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ASU Salute to Service: Music from the Great War

George L. Cobb (1886 -1942): The Battle Song of Liberty (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3377.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/41673

Gus Edwards (1878 - 1945): Laddie Boy (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3445.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/41926

Alex Marr: Say a Prayer for the Boys Out There (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3611.  Access the online score at  https://repository.asu.edu/items/43366

Peter De Rose (1896 - 1953): My Daddy's Star (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3931.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/46752

Gilbert C. Tennant: When the Sun Goes Down in France (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SW 4064.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/49716

Theodore F. Morse (1973 - 1924): Our Lanky Yankee Boys in Brown (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3584.  Access the score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/43215

Henry Sterling Creamer (1879 - 1930): Good-bye Alexander (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 2812. Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/46121

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