The Pledge of Allegiance

Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
1 minute
Classical music
Instrumental parts
Not available
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Two basic settings of the pledge to the flag for upper or lower elementary school choruses, recited every morning at many schools in the U. S. A. Permission is granted for original purchasers to make up to 25 copies for their choir. Additional copies require an additional purchase. If you use either setting, please email me and let me know of any problems or difficulties you encounter with the piece.

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