Litkei, Ervin: March America March

SKU: 42294191
Ervin Litkei: March America March

Litkei, Ervin: March America March

SKU: 42294191

Format: CD

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Title: March America March
Artist: Litkei, Ervin
Label: Silverwolf
UPC: 787991204920
Genre: Jazz

The first album by the man who has written a march for every American president since FDR is a must for marching bands. Ervin Litkei's marches for American Presidents are finally packaged on one seminal album, including the Bi-Centennial March, written, performed and recorded for the 1976 celebration. This album also includes A Salute to The First Lady March, written for Hilary Clinton, a first.

1.1 American War Veterans March
1.2 President Ronald Raegan March
1.3 Nancy (And the Cherry Tree
1.4 President Dwight D. Eisenhower March
1.5 President John F. Kennedy March
1.6 Bi-Centennial March
1.7 President Harry Truman March
1.8 The Captured Fifty
1.9 President Jimmy Carter March
1.10 President Richard M. Nixon March
1.11 A Salute to the First Lady March
1.12 President Gerald R. Ford March
1.13 President Lyndon Baines Johnson March
1.14 President George Bush March
1.15 President Bill Clinton March
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