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Marching Thro' Georgia
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cover Marching Thro' Georgia Robert Martin
Arr : Michel SORLIN

Publisher : Robert Martin
Grade : Or:2
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Concert marches

Marching Through Georgia (Walking through Georgia in French) is a march written by Henry Clay Work in 1865, referring to the march to the sea of American Major General William Tecumseh Sherman, market undertaken the previous year.
He was widely popular with other Union army veterans after the war. However, General Sherman himself disdained the song, partly because it has been performed at almost every public appearance he has attendedé1. Outside the southern United States, it had a universal resonance : Japanese troops sang it as they entered Port Arthur, the English sang it in British India, and it was popular among the Allies in World War II, and it is the anthem of the 3rd Parachute Regiment of Marine Infantry of Colonel BIGEARD.
It remains a popular tune for brass bands, and lent his tune to a number of other popular songs, including "The Land", "Billy Boys" and "Come In, Come In ”. It is also sung by a carpetbagger in Gone with the Wind.
Google machine translation: Original story of the work
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