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  1. Gonos Reply

    Under the Double Eagle (March) J. F. Wagner / arr. Swearingen - C L Barnhouse Company Under the Double Eagle (March) J. F. Wagner / arr. Swearingen - C L Barnhouse Company. Click to review. A real winner! This famous march has been arranged and scored so that bands at all levels will be able to experience its stately grandeur. Once you hear.

  2. Vojar Reply

    Under The Double Eagle. Various artists. From the Album The World's Greatest Marches September 15, $ Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with .

  3. Arak Reply

    May 06,  · It was a popular brass band piece in Europe, where the double eagle of the Habsburgs was featured on the Austro-Hungarian flag. “Under the Double Eagle” was particularly popular in Texas in the ’s and ’s, where it was perhaps introduced by German or Austrian immigrants.

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    Dec 21,  · 78_under-the-double-eagle-march_sousas-band-j-f-wagner_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Shaun Kinney User_transferred Shaun Kinney.

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    Dec 21,  · Check out Under The Double Eagle by Asleep at the Wheel on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on quepifolkfenkersdigeslitopssipekas.coinfo5/5(1).

  6. Tenos Reply

    Under the Double Eagle (march) Pod dvouhlavym orlem (pochod) Pod podwojnym orem (marsz).

  7. Yogal Reply

    Under The Double Eagle This is the tab of an old (and simple) version I've learned years ago. It's in the strumming style (melody on the lowest strings and rythm on the highest ones).

  8. Fautilar Reply

    Under The Double Eagle This song is by Roy Clark and appears on the album Roy Clark Live! () and on the album A Pair of Fives (Banjos, That Is) ().

  9. Mojind Reply

    First and foremost, Sousa did NOT compose Under the Double Eagle - it was written by an Austrian bandmaster, Josef Wagner. It was, however, a piece that he played often and recorded several times. Sousa did write the other two dozen items here, including the obscure March of the Mitten Men and Chantyman's March/5(4).

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