Contents List for Star Spangled Songbook and Recordings

All titles to be published in The Star-Spangled Banner Songbook. Underlined titles appear among the Poets & Patriots recordings. Click here to download the free CD booklet. Click here for the lyrics booklet.
I. The Source Tune & Its Composer
The Anacreontic Song (1779) in C and Bb
The Anacreontick Song (three-part harmony)
Let Happy Lovers Fly (Glee, 1774)
Blest Pair of Sirens (Glee, 1775)
Since Phyllis Has Bubbled (Catch, 1775)
Praise the Lord O My Soul (Canon, 1776)

II. Drinking & Fraternal Parodies
The New Bibo (1789)
Jack Oakum in the Suds (1790s)
An Anacreontic Song (ca. 1790, Francis Hopkinson)
The Social Club (1792)
A Bumper of Wine (1793)
III. Early American Political & Patriotic Parodies
For the Commemoration of the Glorious Fourteenth of July (1793)
To Genet in New Yrok (1793)
Freedom Triumphant (1793?)
Song for George Washington’s Birthday (1798)
Adams and Liberty (1798)
Jefferson and Liberty (1801)
When the Warrior Returns (Francis Scott Key, 1805)
The Battle of the Wabash (1811)
For the Fourth of July (1813)
When Death’s Gloomy Angel Was Bending His Bow (1813)
Washington Guards (1815)

IV. Other Patriotic Song
The Liberty Song
Hail Columbia (1798)

V. The Star-Spangled Banner
The Star-Spangled Banner (Carr, 1814) in C
The Star-Spangled Banner (Carr, revised 1821, Bb)
The Battle of North Point (1814)
The Battle of Baltimore (1814, Yankee Doodle)
Verse 5 for “The Star-Spangled Banner” (pub. 1817)
The Star-Spangled Banner (James Hewitt)
The Star-Spangled Banner (Firth & Hall, 1830s)
The Star-Spangled Banner (first vocal harmonization, shape notes, 1839)
The Star-Spangled Banner (Brown, 1843, first opening triadic descent, Bb)
The Star-Spangled Banner (arr. Dressler, first edition)
The Star-Spangled Banner (arr. Dressler, second edition)
VI. Other Songs by Francis Scott Key
Lord, with Glowing Heart I Praise Thee (1817)
If Life’s Pleasures Charm Thee (1826)
Home of the Soul (1829)
Before the Lord We Bow (1832)
John Anderson, My Jo, John (additional song verses, 1842)
VII. Temperance, Abolitionist, Campaign and Other Parodies
Ode for the Fourth of July, 1826, by Mrs. K. A. Ware
Harrison and Liberty (1840)
Oh! Who Has Not Seen? (1843)
Oh Say, Do You Hear? (1844)
The Dawn of Liberty (1856)
Firemen’s Song (1858)
The Patriot’s Banner (1858)
The Cable (1858)
The Banner of Freedom (1860, Lincoln campaign song)
Bell and Everett (1860)
Come, Sons of Columbia (temperance, first SATB arrangement, 1861)

VIII. Civil War Verses and Protests
Our Country’s Free Flag
Two Verses for “The Star-Spangled Banner” (text by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., 1861)
Das Star-Spangled Banner [German, Civil War Era, (publ. 1862–63)]
The Starry Barred Banner (1861)
The Flag of Secession (1861)
Farewell to the Star-Spangled Banner (1862)
Civil War Peace Verse for “The Star-Spangled Banner” (1869)

IX. Other Parodies and Related Hymns
The Land of the Trust (1905)
The Banner of Labor (1909)
Lift Every Voice and Sing (African American national hymn, 1900, Bb and G)
X. Toward a National Anthem
The Star-Spangled Banner (SATB by Itzel, 1889, Bb)
The Star-Spangled Banner (Sousa, 1890, Bb)
The Star-Spangled Banner (SATB hymnal version, 1916, Bb)
The Star-Spangled Banner (Service Version, 1917, Ab)
The Star-Spangled Banner (Standardized Version, arr. Damrosch, 1918, Bb)
L’etendard étoile (Delbruck, 1918, Bb)
La bandera de las estrellas [Spanish, 1919, Bb]
The Star-Spangled Banner (Stravinsky, 1941) Licensed from Mercury Music
El pendon estrellado (Clotilde Arias, 1946)
O Say Can You Hear? (2013)
The Star-Spangled Banner from Chesapeake: Summer of 1814 (Michael Gandolfi, 2013)
Additional Instrumental Repertory for the CD (not included in the Songbook)
Piano Solo, performed by Jeannette Fang
“The Star Spangled Banner” with Brilliant Variations (Cull, 1861)
The Battle of Manassas (Blind Tom, pub. 1866)
National Airs (1902)

Organ Solo, performed by James Kibbie
Variations on “The Star Spangled Banner” by Dudley Buck (1868)