Featuring Great March & Two Step Songs From The Past

Just click on any cover or title to hear the MIDI version of the music

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Blue Bell

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When Yankee Doodle Learns
To Parlez Vous Francais

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Billy Boy


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Twentieth Century March

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United Musician's March

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Sammy Sampson's
Sennegambian Band

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America Here's My Boy

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Don't Take My Darling

Boy Away (1915)
Here is a Grab-bag
of marches from the
collection that we
don't have covers for.
Just enjoy the music.

March of the Sardars
General Grant's March
Entry of the Gladiators
Under The Double Eagle
Flag of Victory

Prior Month Features:

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There's A Rose
In Old Erin
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Arrah, Go On (etc)

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My Irish Maid

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