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Taps Across America Thank you 2021

TAPS ACROSS AMERICA WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! OVER 5000 PARTICIPATEDYou can view the videos on our YouTube channel by clicking on the photo below THANK-YOU…

Casey At The Bat

On June 3 in 1888: San Francisco Examiner published Casey at the Bat, by “Phin”, a pseudonym for Ernest Lawrence Thayer (1863-1940), a writer and…

TAPS ON A FLUTE?

TAPS ON A FLUTE? The bugle call of Taps was originally created to replace the regulation call for lights out and remained in the Army…

Burial of the Unknown Soldier

The Unknown Soldier of World War IState Funeral23 October-II November 1921 from THE LAST SALUTE: CIVIL AND MILITARY FUNERALS 1921-1969by B. C. Mossman and M.…

Butterfield’s Lullaby

The question on the Feb 22, 2021 episode of Jeopardy had the question: “Just 24 notes, this piece is nicknamed “Butterfield’s Lullaby” for the US…

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