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Review of Napoleon on CD - French military marches and songs
Review of soundtrack CD for Master and Commander

 

French
La Marseillaise

 

British
Bold Nelson's Praise
Boney was a Warrior
The Bonnie Lighthorseman
Botany Bay
Brandy-O
The British Bayoneteers
The British Grenadiers
The British Light Infantry
The Coast of High Barbaree (British version)
The Coast of High Barbary (US version)
The Collier Recruit
Dark-Eyed Sailor
Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates NEW (From Master & Commander)
The Female Drummer
The Foggy, Foggy Dew
Garryowen
Girl I Left Behind Me
God Save the King
Heart of Oak
Hot Stuff
Johnny's Gone for a Soldier
Lilli Bullero
The Lincolnshire Poacher
Lochaber No More
Love Farewell
Men of Harlech
On Board a 98
On Board the Victory
Over the Hills and Far Away
The Owl
The Ploughboy
Rule Britannia
Soldier Cut Down in His Prime
Spanish Ladies
When Cannons Are Roaring
When the King Enjoys His Own Again
Why Soldier Why?
You Mad Caps of England

American

The Star-Spangled Banner

Yankee Doodle

Canadian

The Bold Canadian
Canadian Voltigeurs' Song
Lower-Canada Militia Song
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