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Sheet Music: Wartime and Patriotic
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  • Charge of the Light Brigade March by E.T. Paull in 1896, published by E.T. Paull Music Co.
  • Only a Soldier Boy by Chas. W. Doty in 1903, Published by Doty & Brill, New York
  • The Chocolate Soldier, music by Oscar Straus and English Libretto by Stanislaus Stange in 1908, published by Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • There’s a Mother Old and Gray Who Needs Me Now by Geo. H. Diamond in 1911, published by Harold Rossiter Music Company, Chicago
  • American Patrol by F.W. Meacham in 1914, published by Joe Morris Music Co.
  • Didn’t Raise My Boy to be a Soldier, lyrics by Alfred Bryan and music by Al. Piantadosi in 1915, published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • The Little Grey Mother Who Waits All Alone, words by Bernard Grossman and music by Harry De Costa in 1915, published by M. Witmark & Sons, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and London
  • Columbia March by Seneca G. Lewis in 1917, published by Jerome H. Remick & Co.
  • Somewhere, Somewhere in France, words by Wm. Vaughan Dunham and music by Shelton Brooks in 1917, published by Will Rossiter, Chicago
  • When the Boys Come Home, words by John Hay and music Oley Speaks in 1917, published by G. Schirmer, New York and Boston
  • When Yankee Doodle Learns to "parlez Vous Français," words by Will. Hart and music by Ed. Nelson in 1917, published by A.J. Stasny Music Co., New York
  • After the War is Over, words by E.J. Pourmon and Andrew B. Sterling and music by Joseph Woodruff in 1918, published by Joe Morris Music Co., New York
  • I Ain’t Got Weary Yet, words by Howard Johnson and music by Percy Wenrich in 1918, published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • I’d Like to See the Kaiser with a Lily in his Hand by Henry Lewis, Howard Johnson, and Billy Frisch in 1918, published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • I Have Come Back for a Last Good-Bye by Lloyd F. Garrett in 1918, published by Frank K. Root & Co., New York and Chicago
  • Just Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine, words by Howard Johnson and music by Geo. W. Meyer in 1918, published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • Mothers of America You Have Done Your Share, words by Harry Ellis and music by Lew Porter in 1918, published by Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • Tell That To the Marines, words by Harold Atteridge and music by Jean Schwarz and Al Jolson in 1918, Published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., New York
  • The Navy Took Them Over and the Navy Will Bring Them Back, words by Yeoman Howard Johnson U.S.N. and music by Ira Schuster in 1918, Published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • There’ll Be a Hot Time for the Old Men While the Young Men are Away by Grant Clarke and Geo. W. Meyer in 1918, published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York
  • We Don’t Want the Bacon, What We Want is a Piece of the Rhine! by “Kid” Howard Carr, Harry Russell and Jimmie Havens in 1918, published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, New York
  • We’ll Do Our Share (While You’re Over There), words by Lew Brown and Al Harriman and music by Jack Egan in 1918, published by Broadway Music Corporation, New York
  • Your Lips are No Man’s Land But Mine, words by Arthur Guy Empey and music by Chas. R. McCarron and Carey Morgan in 1918, published by Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York
  • My Own U.S.A. by Frank Westphal in 1939, published by Gamble Hinged Music Co., Chicago
  • Spirit of Liberty by Stanford King in 1941, published by Boston Music Company, Boston
  • He’s 1-A in the Army (And He’s A-1 in my Heart) by Redd Evans in 1941, published by Valiant Music Company, New York
  • The Army Air Corps, by Capt. Robert Crawford in 1942, Published by Carl Fischer, Inc.
  • Two Little Shoes, by Mana-Zucca in 1942, Published by Paull-Pioneer Music Corporation
  • Cleanin’ My Rifle (And Dreamin’ of You) by Allie Wrubel in 1943, published by Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., New York
  • Johnny Zero, lyrics by Mack David and music by Vee Lawnhurst in 1943, published by Santly Joy Inc., New York
  • Say a Pray’r for the Boys Over There, words by Herb Magidson and music by Jimmy McHugh in 1943, published by Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc., New York
  • When We Plant Old Glory in Berlin by Gordon Sizemore, Abe Hill, and Orth Bell in 1943, published by American Music, Inc., Hollywood
  • I’d Like to Give My Dog to Uncle Sam (The Blind Boy and his Dog) by Dave McEnery in 1944, Published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc, New York
  • The River Kwai March by Malcolm Arnold in 1957, Published by Columbia Pictures Music Corporation, New York
  • George Washington, by George M. Cohan in 1984, Published by Schaum Publications, Inc.