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ASU Salute to Service: Music from the Great War

Milton Ager (1893 - 1979): France, We Have Never Forgotten You (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3799.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/46103

Leon Flatow: It's a Long Way to Berlin But We'll Get There! (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: SM 3508.  Access the online score at: https://repository.asu.edu/items/42142

Ernest R. Ball (1878 - 1927): You Can't Beat Us (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection:  Call Number: SM 4087.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/49747

Great Howard: Somewhere in France Is Daddy (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: 3636.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/44870

Gordon V. Thompson: When We Wind Up The Watch on the Rhine (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: 5953.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/55295

Barney G. Young: When the Flag of Peace is Waiving I'll Return (1917)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: 3698.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/45331

Percy Wenrich (1887 - 1952): A Rainbow from the U.S.A. (1918)

The ASU Sheet Music Collection: Call Number: 3967.  Access the online score at https://repository.asu.edu/items/47796

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