Ceremonial music downloads
Music Downloads are available in both .mp3 and .wav formats. To review the instructions, please return to the Ceremonial Music Online page.
Pre- and Post-Ceremony Music
|Washington Post March(1)||.mp3(2.48MB)||.wav(27.4MB)||2:42|
|Auld Lang Syne||.mp3(922KB)||.wav(9.93MB)||0:59|
|One Ruffle and Flourish/General's March(1)||.mp3(488KB)||.wav(5.26MB)||0:31|
|Two Ruffles and Flourishes/General's March(1)||.mp3(502KB)||.wav(5.38MB)||0:32|
|Three Ruffles and Flourishes/General's March(1)||.mp3(544KB)||.wav(5.87MB)||0:34|
|Four Ruffles and Flourishes/General's March(1)||.mp3(575KB)||.wav(6.17MB)||0:36|
|You're A Grand Old Flag (Colors Forward)||.mp3(577KB)||.wav(6.23MB)||1:00|
|32-bar Drum Cadence||.mp3(763KB)||.wav(5.45MB)||0:34|
|Trio, National Emblem March||.mp3(634KB)||.wav(6.84MB)||0:40|
|National Anthem of Germany||.mp3(1.61MB)||.wav(11.8MB)||1:16|
|National Anthem of the United States||.mp3(1.10MB)||.wav(12.1MB)||1:13|
|Grandioso, The Stars and Stripes Forever (Colors Back)||.mp3(635KB)||.wav(6.84MB)||0:36|
|The Army Song w/Chorus||.mp3(703KB)||.wav(12MB)||1:05|
|The Army Song - Band only||.mp3(703KB)||.wav(12MB)||1:05|
Music of USAREUR
USAREUR March (Short Version)
USAREUR March (Long Version)
|.mp3(128KB)||.wav not available||0:46|
March 'Victory' with vocals
|.mp3(128KB)||.wav not available||0:44|
|FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION:|
The Big Red One(2)
|FIRST ARMORED DIVISION:|
Iron Soldier March
|21st THEATER SUSTAINMENT COMMAND:|
The 21st TSC March
|.mp3(777KB)||.wav not available||0:39|
| 173rd AIRBORNE BRIGADE:|
Sky Soldiers March
|.mp3(764KB)||.wav not available||0:39|
|AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY:|
Air Defense Artillery March
|ADJUTANT GENERAL'S CORPS:|
AG Corps Regimental March
The Armor Medley
|Garry Owen (Cavalry Song)(3)||.mp3(1.20MB)||.wav(8.84MB)||0:52|
Above the Best (by Jo Johnston, BMI)
Dragon Soldier (by Jo Johnston, BMI)
|CORPS OF ENGINEERS:|
Essayons(2)(by Jo Johnston, BMI)
Field Artillery March
The MI Corps Song
|MILITARY POLICE CORPS:|
The MP Song
The Fighting Quartermaster Corps
US Signal Corps March
The Song of the Transportation Corps
|To the Color||.mp3(709KB)||.wav(7.63MB)||0:45|
|Music of Service|
|This is My Country(1)||.mp3(2.15MB)||.wav(23.8MB)||2:21|
|The Stars and Stripes Forever||.mp3(3.30MB)||.wav(36.3MB)||3:36|
|Old Soldiers Never Die||.mp3(1.16MB)||.wav(8.58MB)||0:51|
Music of the Troops
|God Bless the USA||.mp3(3.30MB)||.wav(26.2MB)||2:36|
|Have You Forgotten||.mp3(3.77MB)||.wav(41.6MB)||4:07|
|When You Are a Soldier||.mp3(3.24MB)||.wav(35.7MB)||3:32|
| Lyrics and Music by Jo Johnston|
Synthesized by Malcolm Dale
ENGINEER REGIMENTAL PUNCH BOWL CEREMONY
The history of the Engineer is the history of the United States of America. From her colonial beginnings Engineers mapped, built, and fought their way across this great nation from shore to shore, eventually extending the might of America around the globe. This Engineer Punch is a rare and unique combination of spirits, each symbolizing the heritage, the achievement, and the glory of the Engineers.
CHERRY BRANDY, representing the enlisted soldiers will establish the base of our punch, just as the Engineers have formed as the base of many branches of our Army.
In order to truly understand the significance of the Engineers we must examine carefully the first charge, our FOUNDATION, The red color, reminiscent of the shared heritage of Engineers and Artillerists attests to the time when medieval "Enginators" designed, built, and operated the engines of war. From those early Engineers sprang the Artillery, later the Armored forces, even Aviation, and the Chemical Corps trace their origins to the early Engineers.COGNAG____, representing the history of civilian support for the Corps, will continue the heritage of our forefathers.
Engineers of our revolution met at occasions such as we are doing here tonight, and on 11 March, 1779, by resolution of Congress, The Corps of Engineers was formed. In commemoration of the Engineers who first trained in the snows of Valley Forge, organized into a corps, and won our independence at Yorktown, we add the second charge, COGNAC, honoring the French who contributed to our first victory and from whom we adopted much of our unique heritage.
WHITE WINE____, representing the youthful zeal of the Engineers, will remind us of the invulnerability and hope inherent in the Engineer spirit.
Truth, innocence, vigilance, and devotion are the principles which guide Engineers in the performance of their duty. This un-blemished magnificence found in third charge, WHITE WINE, is also the color of the white piping found on the Engineer colors. This white, original color for Infantry, represents the secondary mission of the Engineer, that is to fight alongside the "Le-Enfantry", in French, the "children of battle".
CHAMPAGNE____, representing the Engineer senior leadership, will help us reflect on those who have given their last full measure of devotion, our fallen comrades.
In honor of the selfless sacrifice of the men and women, who for more than three centuries, have served this land, and have vowed to continue to carry on this tradition. Our final charge is CHAMPAGNE, the noblest produce of the vine, symbolizing the eternal mission of the Engineer and reminiscent of the effervescent spirit, the enthusiasm, and the indomitable courage with which Engineers have demonstrated their ability.
Today the mission of the Corps is as varied as the contents of this punch: Topographic Engineering, Combat Engineering, Facilities Engineering, and Civil Works, .... Mobility, Counter-Mobility, Survivability, and the underlying requirement to get the job done and get it done right. This is the Army Corps of Engineers. Accomplishing the mission, from the fortification of Breeds Hill to the Engineering of our environment, Engineers, now as always, clear the way.
If you look around you, from the establishment of the Corps in the 18th century to the exploration of the universe well into the 21st, you will see the tangible evidence of the Engineers and forever hear the Engineer motto ringing in your ears; ESSAYONS
ENGINEER PUNCH RECIPE
Cherry brandy or Cordial 1/2 bottle
Fruit Punch 1 1/4 quart
Sparkling Water 1 1/4 quart
Cognac 1/2 bottle
White wine 2 bottles
Champagne 2 bottles
Copyright © 1996, Cavalry Outpost Publications ® and Trooper Wm. H. Boudreau, "F" Troop, 8th Cavalry Regiment (1946 - 1947). All rights to this body of work are reserved and are not in the public domain, or as noted in the bibliography. Reproduction, or transfer by electronic means, of the History of the 1st Cavalry Division, the subordinate units or any internal element, is not permitted without prior authorization. Readers are encouraged to link to any of the pages of this Web site, provided that proper acknowledgment attributing to the source of the data is made. The information or content of the material contained herein is subject to change without notice.
Revised 10 Apr '12 SpellChecked