The U.S. Army Guide to Military Songs

Traditional Marching and Fighting Songs of American Soldiers

Edited by Edgar A. Palmer / Illustrated by Richard Loederer and Kurt Werth

About The Book

Classic military songs from the Army men during World War I and World War II

Originally published in 1944, this collection of military songs is perfect for both servicemen and civilians alike. These marches, tunes, and ditties were collected from soldiers and sailors stationed across the globe, from England and Australia to India and Africa. Whether you want something to sing while you work, clean, get ready for the day, go to sleep, or simply something to entertain you and your friends, The U.S. Army Guide to Military Songs is for you! Included are tunes such as:

  • Reveille
  • The Private’s Lament
  • Oh, What a Horrible Morning
  • Home, Home on the Base
  • Forty-Nine Bottles
  • Soldier-Man Blues
  • Taps
  • And more!
Along with sheet music and notes, these songs are accompanied by fun, black and white cartoons. Whether you’re stationed overseas, on base, or just on the “home” front, The U.S. Army Guide to Military Songs will have the perfect verse for you!

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (November 3, 2020)
  • Length: 256 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510760325

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