Anchor and Star

Named for the emblem of the U.S. Navy. Many similarities to Semper Fidelis.

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  • Year: 1918
  • Key: C major, F major
  • Time: 6/8
  • Perf. Time: 3:23

Comments (4)

  • tom ewing

    tom ewing

    21 July 2012 at 09:20 |
    This march should well and truly be the official march of the U.S. Navy. It is spectacular! I hope you reinstate the video. Thanks for all your work.
  • Paul Garnham

    Paul Garnham

    09 January 2015 at 14:14 |
    This is a "punchy" march, I have heard an arrangement where the clarinet section answers the cornets with a great "catchy" phrasing. It is indeed a typical Sousa march, which indeed "would make a man with a wooden leg, step out and march!"
  • Paul Garnham

    Paul Garnham

    09 January 2015 at 14:20 |
    This is a "punchy" march, I have heard an arrangement where the clarinet section answers the cornets with a great "catchy" phrasing, you can just about hear it in this arrangement. Listen to the version played by the Band of the Scots Guards (many years ago now, but the clarinet part is brilliant). It is indeed a typical Sousa march, which indeed "would make a man with a wooden leg, step out and march!"
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