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  • Darsteller: Don McCune And Chorus
  • Album: Alaska's Flag
  • Etikett: North
  • MP3: 2827 mb | FLAC: 2863 mb
  • Land: US
  • Stil: Vocal
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Don McCune And Chorus - Alaska's Flag mp3 herunterladen

Trackliste

1Alaska's Flag
2Kotzebue Dances

Hinweise

Recorded in Fairbanks, Alaska

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout - Etched): ALASKA FLAG #1 A-12656
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout - Etched): KOTZHUE DANCE #2 A-12657

Album

Alaska's Flag is the state song of Alaska. Unique among state songs, its lyrics explain the symbolism of the Alaskan flag. The lyrics are: Eight stars of gold on a field of blue Alaska's flag. May it mean to you The blue of the sea, the evening sky, The mountain lakes, and the flow'rs nearby The gold of the early sourdough's dreams, The precious gold of the hills and streams The brilliant stars in the northern sky, The Bear, the Dipper, and, shining high, The great North Star with its steady. Alaska's Flag - Matt Hammer. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The words to the song Alaska's Flag were written by Marie Drake, a long-time employee of the Alaska Department of Education, and set to music composed by Elinor Dusenbury, whose husband was commander of Chilkoot Barracks at Haines from 1933 to 1936. The Territorial Legislature adopted. Alaska's Flag was adopted as the official state song of Alaska in 1955 words by Marie Drake, music by Elinor Dusenbury lyrics video. Official State Song of Alaska. Alaska's Flag was adopted as the official state song of Alaska in 1955 words by Marie Drake, music by Elinor Dusenbury. All State Songs. The lyrics do not mention that the simple and elegant design of Alaska's state flag was created by Benny Benson, a 13 year old 7th-grader from an orphanage in Seward. Eight stars of gold on a field of blue, Alaska's flag, may it mean to you, The blue of the sea, the evening sky . Alaska's Flag written by Marie Drake a long-time employee of the Alaska Department of Education, and set to music composed by Elinor Dusenbury, who husband was commander of Chilkoot Barracks at Haines from 1933 to 1936 was adopted as the official state song in 1955, and was gifted to the University of Alaska in April 1960. Carol Beery Davis wrote the second verse to Alaska's Flag and gifted the words protected by copyright to the University of Alaska Foundation in February 1987. Carol Beery Davis, an Alaskan pioneer and poet laureate, as the maker of the sec. the epic American Pie created a sensation with its long allegorical verses and catchy chorus. His worldview continued to reflect a '60s hangover, in which disappointment and failure had replaced hope and struggle. The Territorial Legislature adopted Alaska's Flag as Alaska's official song in 1955. Eight stars of gold on a field of blue, Alaska's flag, may it mean to you, The blue of the sea, the evening sky, The mountain lakes and the flowers nearby, The gold of the early sourdough's dreams, The precious gold of the hills and streams, The brilliant stars in the northern sky, The Bear, the Dipper, and shining high, The. great North Star with its steady light, O'er land and sea a beacon bright, Alaska's flag to Alaskans dear, The simple flag of a last. Don McCune was the first of five children born to Ed and Grace McCune. He was born on December 29, 1918, in Thief River Falls, Minnesota. Later that year, the family moved to Illinois, where two brothers and two sisters were born. By high school, it was apparent that Don had a beautiful singing voice, as well as being a fine artist. He couldn't do math worth a darn. Don loved acting and got the lead in every musical that the high school performed. Don became a Tenderfoot Boy Scout in 1931 and discovered how much he enjoyed hiking and camping. As Patrol Leader, he took his group on campouts which earned his patrol points toward a free trip to summer camp. ANCHORAGE, Alaska AP - The fate of one of Alaskas most historic yet neglected structures could be decided Monday as city officials in Seward weigh whether to demolish a former Methodist boarding school where the Alaska territorial flag was first flown almost a century ago and where its Alaska Native designer lived. Provided by Associated Press This undated photo shows a building that remains at the site of the Jesse Lee Home in Seward, Alaska, where the territorial flag, which later became the Alaska state flag, was first flown. The Seward City Council will decide Monday, July 13, 2020, w. Alaska's Flag. Gary Smith. From the Album The Last Frontier: Sketches of Alaska. October 7, 2015. Fix in Music Library