Star-Spangled Banner


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Star-Spangled Banner

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the national anthem of the United States of America
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Christina Aguilera, with her powerhouse glory notes, could have nailed "The Star-Spangled Banner," but did not at the 2011 Super Bowl.
Born out of Clague's desire to produce a usable recording of The Star-Spangled Banner and its melodic source (a British tune called The Anacreontic Song) for the undergraduate classroom, the songbook project expanded significantly as he was lured by the manifold historical transformations of the tune as well as of Francis Scott Key's famous text.
The Star-Spangled Banner was passed down through Armistead's family and protected through the US Civil War.
The Star-Spangled Banner is very difficult to sing, as it spans a huge vocal range, and it was freezing in Washington DC on Monday - both factors which may have influenced her decision to rely on the recorded track.
I didn't know the words to The Star-Spangled Banner prior to the World Cup of Golf, but I do now.
A Room Where the Star-Spangled Banner Cannot Be Heard
O say, does that star-spangled banner (the flag's stars were "spangled" which means set at different angles to give the effect of twinkling as the flag waves) yet (still) wave o'er (over) the land of the free and the home of the brave?
They toured the museum's exhibition of the Star-Spangled Banner, the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the song that became our national anthem, and then--to everyone's collective surprise and delight--they stood in the museum's atrium and performed a wonderful rendition of it.
It marks the end of the Star-Spangled Banner Preservation Project, a project meant to preserve the flag and move it to the National Museum of American History.
It was "There's a Star-Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere," and it was the closest thing World War II had to the ubiquitous anthem of World War I, "Over There.
He was ultimately cast as Ceth, the guy who gets serenaded with "The Star-spangled Banner.