waitpersons for godot
dvmurrell at nc.rr.com
Mon Jan 17 22:59:29 EST 2005
Being the good Maryland schoolchild, I nominate: The Star Spangled
Banner, Francis Scott Key, War of 1812, British attack Ft. McHenry in
Baltimore Harbor one night (1814?), Key caught in the harbor on board a
truce ship, watches the shelling of the fort. Flag still in
Smithsonian. I believe the tune is based on a song with different
lyrics. Does that count?
On Jan 17, 2005, at 9:00 PM, kevin maxwell farmer wrote:
> i'm trying to think of music written during wartime and under extreme
> duress (like a city under siege or something like that) and i can't
> think of anything. anybody know?
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