Battle of the nations march descriptive by E.T. Paull
- "Companion piece to the celebrated Napoleon's last charge descriptive march"
- "The following introduction is a representation of heavy cannonading, Reveille, French Fife and Drum Corps; U.S. Band, Scotch Highlanders with Bag Pipes; Bugle Calls, etc."--Caption, p. 2
- For piano
- Illustrated title page depicts a battle scene with soldiers, horses, a cannon, and exploding artillery. A biplane and an airship hover in the sky
- Publisher's advertisement on verso of p. 5 has caption above list: E.T. Paull's compositions and march arrangements. Each piece magnificently lithographed in five colors
- Also available online.
- Also available online
- Heavy cannonading -- Reveille, troops assembling -- Cannon -- French fife and drum corps -- The Marsellaise -- U.S. band -- Dixie -- Scotch highlanders with bagpipes -- Bugle call to arms -- Bugle call to arms in the distance -- Band strikes up -- Fresh troops approaching -- Bugles -- Germans and Allies forming line of battle -- Bugle call for reinforcements --Reinforcements rushing to the front -- Cavalry bugle call -- Cavalry charging, horses galloping -- Troops falling back -- Horses galloping -- Whole army falling back -- Terrific clashing of arms
- Data Source
- Smithsonian Libraries
- Paull, E. T. 1858-1924
- Bella C. Landauer Collection of Aeronautical Sheet Music (Smithsonian Institution. Libraries) DSI
- Physical description
- 5 pages of music 32 cm
- Songs and music
- Battle pieces (Music)
- Sheet music covers
- Sheet music
This image is in the public domain (free of copyright restrictions). You can copy, modify, and distribute this work without contacting the Smithsonian. For more information, visit the Smithsonian's Open Access page.