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“The President’s Own”

United States Marine Band

Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
Ceremonial Music

Change of Command, Retirement, or Awards Ceremony
Morning Colors Music
Mess Night 
Birthday Ball
Funeral Music
Bugle Calls

 

Ceremonial music performed by the United States Marine Band with bugle calls by the ceremonial bugler for Marine Barracks Washington.

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Change of Command, Retirement, or Awards Ceremony

Attention
Adjutant's Call/The C.M.T.C.
 
Fix Bayonets 
Grand Old Flag 
To the Color 
Trio, "National Emblem" 
Sound Off Alert - March - Sound Off Alert 
Officer of the Day 
National Anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner" - John Stafford Smith/Francis Scott Key
Pass in Review - March, "Semper Fidelis" - Anchors Aweigh - The Marines' Hymn - Bugle strain from "Semper Fidelis" 

Morning Colors Music

March, "The Boys of the Old Brigade" - W.P. Chambers
March, "The Thunderer" - John Philip Sousa 
March, "Semper Fidelis" - John Philip Sousa
March, "The Washington Post" - John Philip Sousa 
First Call 
March, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" - John Philip Sousa 
Attention 
National Anthem,"The Star-Spangled Banner" - John Stafford Smith/Francis Scott Key 
Carry On 
Anchors Aweigh/The Marines' Hymn - Charles A. Zimmerman/ traditionall
The Marines' Hymn - traditional 
March, "King Cotton" - John Philip Sousa 
March, "National Emblem" - E.E. Bagley

Mess Night

Dinner Chimes
Officers' Call
Sea Soldiers
March, "Semper Fidelis" - John Philip Sousa 
The Roast Beef of Old England 
National Anthem,"The Star-Spangled Banner" - John Stafford Smith/Francis Scott Key 
Anchors Aweigh - Charles A. Zimmerman
The Marines' Hymn - traditional 
Anchors Aweigh/The Marines' Hymn - Charles A. Zimmerman/ traditional

Birthday Ball

Attention 
Adjutant's Call-French Foreign Legion March
- L. Dugat
Attention
 
March, "Semper Fidelis" - John Philip Sousa

One Ruffle and Flourish - Flag Officers March*
Two Ruffles and Flourishes - Flag Officers March*
Three Ruffles and Flourishes - Flag Officers March*
Four Ruffles and Flourishes - Flag Officers March*
Four Ruffles and Flourishes - Generals March 
Four Ruffles and Flourishes - Honors March - John Philip Sousa (The Stars and Stripes Forever) 
Four Ruffles and Flourishes - National Anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner" - John Stafford Smith/Francis Scott Key 
Attention 
Trio, National Emblem 
National Anthem,"The Star-Spangled Banner" - John Stafford Smith/Francis Scott Key 
Trio, National Emblem 
Attention 
The Marines' Hymn (slow version) - traditional 
Auld Lang Syne - traditional 
March, "Semper Fidelis" - John Philip Sousa 
Anchors Aweigh/The Marines' Hymn - Charles A. Zimmerman/ traditional 
The Marines' Hymn - traditional 
The Marines' Hymn - Three verses 
Happy Birthday to You

* Please note: This sequence includes four sets of "Ruffles and Flourishes, Flag Officers March," one of which may be chosen if honors are required. The other three should not be programmed for play. If honors are not required in the sequence, all four tracks should be excluded.

Funeral Music

God of our Fathers
"Taps" (band version) 
Bugle Call Taps Version 1 (as written in Marine Corps Band Manual) 
Bugle Call Taps Version 2 (version often heard throughout the military) 
The Marines' Hymn, Apotheosis 
The Marines' Hymn (slow version)
Eternal Father 

Bugle Calls

Bugle calls performed by the ceremonial bugler for Marine Barracks Washington. All bugle calls were performed on a Soprano bugle in G. For those calls for which there are multiple versions: the first most closely adheres to the bugle calls listed in the Marine Corps Manual. Alternate calls follow common practice performance at Marine Barracks Washington and throughout the Marine Corps and the military.

Adjutant's Call 
Assembly - 2 times
Attention Version 1(as written in Marine Corps Band Manual) 
Attention Version 2 (as performed by "The President's Own" United States Marine Band) 
Attention Version 3 (as performed by other musical units in the Marine Corps and throughout the military)
Band Call
Belay 
Call to Quarters Version 1 (as written in Marine Corps Band Manual) 
Call to Quarters Version 2 (up tempo) 
Church Call 
Company Commander's Call 
Double Time 
Dress Parade 
Drill Call 
Evening Colors Sequence (Attention - Retreat - Carry On) 
Fire Call 
First Call 
First Call to Mess (Chow Bumps) - 3 times 
First Sergeant's Call 
General Quarters 
Guard Mounting 
Inspection 
Last Post 
Liberty Call 
Mail Call 
Mess Call 
Morning Colors Sequence (Attention - To the Color - Carry On)
Movie Call 
Officers' Call 
Pay Call 
Police Call 
Recall 
Reveille 
School Call 
Secure 
Sick Call 
Taps Version 1 (as written in Marine Corps Band Manual) 
Taps Version 2 (version often heard throughout the military) 
Tattoo 
To Arms

Free Educational Recordings
The Marine Band produces recordings for educational purposes and to enhance the public affairs and community relations of the United States Marine Corps. The recordings are distributed free of charge to educational institutions, public libraries, and radio stations. Because appropriated funds are used, they may not be distributed for private use and are not for sale.

Educators, librarians, and station managers can request that their educational institution, library, or radio station be added to the CD mailing list by writing on official letterhead and sending to: 

        Director, Marine Music Section
        U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs 
        3000 Marine Corps Pentagon 
        Washington, DC 20350-3000

Once your request is processed, your organization will receive all Marine Band recordings in stock. Your organization will continue to receive new recordings as they are released. The Marine Band releases about one recording each year.