Grand Marais 4th of July Parade Double Time
Music used is public domain from: archive.org/details/TheStarSpangledBannerInstrumental
"The Star Spangled Banner", was ordered played at military and naval occasions by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916, but was not designated the national anthem by an Act of Congress until 1931.
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