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Star-Spangled Banner

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the national anthem of the United States of America
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Keri Hilson had the vocal capability to make "The Star-Spangled Banner" soar, but unfortunately, the R&B star's performance at an NBA Lakers vs.
As Michael Scott on NBC's sitcom The Office might have described it, the volume is a "win-win-win." 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.
Although "The Star-Spangled Banner" is a key component of America's national identity, it has received comparatively little scholarly attention.
She recently performed a powerful rendition of the 'Star-Spangled Banner' at the Super Bowl 50.
SAM member Mark Clague received a $50,400 grant for his project O Say Can You Hear?: A Tuneful Cultural History of "The Star-Spangled Banner. "The book will share the forgotten and misunderstood musical history of Francis Scott Key's song and reveal how the song's story presents a surprising social history of the United States.
Wearing a Star-Spangled Banner scarf and clutching a smartphone, he was all smiles for photographers.
1931: The US Congress adopted The Star-Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key, as the national anthem.
Star-Spangled Banner covers the national anthem of the U.S.
Ferris' love of history, music and storytelling come together between the covers of ''Star-Spangled Banner, The Unlikely Story of America's National Anthem,'' where he delves into the rich history behind the often-controversial song.
Though the Star-Spangled Banner celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2014, it was not until 1931 that Francis Scott KeyAEs emblematic song officially became the national anthem of the United States.
Who Has Not Seen," "Oh, Say Do You Hear," "Concert Variations on 'The Star-Spangled Banner'," "The Dawn of Liberty," "Our Country's Free Flag," "The Flag of Secession," "Farewell to the Star Spangled Banner," "Das Star Spangled Banner," "La bandera de las estrellas."
Washington DC's superb National Museum of American History is celebrating the 200th anniversary of The Star-Spangled Banner this summer by reuniting the original flag with Francis Scott Key's song manuscript for the first time.