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dc.contributor.otherMajor J. N. Barker (composer)
dc.contributor.otherGenl. La Fayette's March (arranger)
dc.contributor.otherF. Fest (composer arranger)
dc.date.accessioned2007-03-23T17:58:05Z
dc.date.available2007-03-23T17:58:05Z
dc.date.issued1824
dc.identifier.urihttp://jhir.library.jhu.edu/handle/1774.2/5399
dc.descriptionstrophic with chorus
dc.descriptionpiano and voice
dc.descriptioncover and music same as box 85 Item 28
dc.descriptionCover is duplicated in 085.028. Music is duplicated in 085.028.
dc.descriptionJohns Hopkins University, Levy Sheet Music Collection, Box 085, Item 029
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityWritten by Major J.N. Barker. A tribute of respect to that illustrious friend of Liberty on his arrival in the United States. Adapted to Genl. La Fayette's March, the Marsellois Hymn. The Music Arranged for a full Military Band at the request of the Committee of Arrangement by F. Fest.
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityEngd. by W. Woodruff
dc.format.extent1 score (0 p.)
dc.format.mediumsheet music
dc.format.mimetypeimage/jpeg
dc.publisherG.E. Blake, No.13 South Fifth Street
dc.subject.otherPortraits
dc.subject.otherNational emblems
dc.subject.otherEagles
dc.subject.otherCannons
dc.subject.otherDrums
dc.subject.otherPatriotism
dc.subject.otherCampaigns & battles
dc.subject.otherHeroes
dc.subject.otherLafayette
dc.titleHail! Lafayette! [text to Marseilles Hymn on back cover].
dc.title.alternativeWhen Freedom roud'd our Sires to glory, and bade them strike for life and land [first line]
dc.title.alternativeHail noble La Fayette! He comes, they cry, the hero comes [first line of chorus]


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