O! it is great for our Country to die, whose ranks are contending [first line]


strophicpiano and voice (3-part male voices)Ti His Excellency, Andrew G. Curtin. Governor of Pennsylvania.Johns Hopkins University, Levy Sheet Music Collection, Box 087, Item 115Composed and Arranged for Four Voices by Alfred Delaney.Sung at the Consecration of the Soldiers' Cemetery at Gettysburg (Nov. 19th, 1863).Geo. F. Swai

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