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    Default Taps at the 2001 USAA Memorial Day Ceremony

    The 2011 USAA Memorial Day Ceremony-"Strength of the Nation" This program featured American Idol Singer Phil Stacey, author Hugh Ambrose and painter Kaziah Hancock. USAA conducts this ceremony every year. It will be streamed on the Pentagon Channel on Memorial Day.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er_dC...feature=relmfu

    Here is Taps at the end of the program.
    I'm wearing an 1861 reproduction musicians uniform (note the lace on the front) with original scales and brass buttons. The horn is an 1860's clairon imported from Europe during the CW.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUo23...feature=relmfu
    Jari Villanueva
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    Excellent job, as always Jari.
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    Jari:

    Thank you so much for posting. Beautiful job - I was close to tears. Something for the holiday besides picnics and barbeques.

    eric marten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jari View Post
    The 2011 USAA Memorial Day Ceremony-"Strength of the Nation" This program featured American Idol Singer Phil Stacey, author Hugh Ambrose and painter Kaziah Hancock. USAA conducts this ceremony every year. It will be streamed on the Pentagon Channel on Memorial Day.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er_dC...feature=relmfu

    Here is Taps at the end of the program.
    I'm wearing an 1861 reproduction musicians uniform (note the lace on the front) with original scales and brass buttons. The horn is an 1860's clairon imported from Europe during the CW.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUo23...feature=relmfu
    Great sounding Jari!
    RJ Samp
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