Edwin Eugene Bagley  (1857-1922)
Last updated: 20.02.17
According to the Internet source given below, Edwin Eugene Bagley was an American march composer, most famous for composing the march National Emblem which is played as a patriotic tune on Independence Day celebrations in the United States. It is also used by the U.S. military when presenting and retiring the colors.
Born in Craftsbury, Vermont, he began his music career at the age of nine and was variously a vocalist, comedian and cornet player. Touring the USA he performed with the Swiss Bellringers, Blaisdell's Orchestra of Concord, New Hampshire, The Park Theater, Boston and the Bostonians, an opera company. While with this company, he changed from cornet to trombone. He also performed with the Germania Band of Boston and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
He died in Keene, New Hampshire .


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Edwin Eugene Bagley  (1857-1922) has at least 2 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.

b000r0focw_m.jpgNational Emblem
By E.E Bagley.
Publisher: Walter Jacobs
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Printed: 1907. Sheet Music 5 pages. Limited Availability.
National Emblem March That's What the Red, White and Blue Means
By E.E Bagley.
Publisher: Walter Jacobs
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Printed: 1919. Sheet Music. Limited Availability.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 22 works by Edwin Eugene Bagley (1857-1922). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

The Morning Light March (1900)
Our Republic March (1908)
Bagley's Imperial March (1901)
Front Section March (1909)
Holy Cross Commandery March (1902)
Knight Templar March (1911)
Patriot March (1902)
Father of His Country March (1913)
Post 68 G.A.R. (1902)
L'Agresseur March (1915)
Royal March (1902)
Counselor March (1917)
The Ambassador (1907)
That's What the Red, White and Blue Means (1918) wvicon.gif
Words by: Robert Levenson
Vocal adaptation of National Emblem March
National Emblem (1907) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
National Emblem March (1919) amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
America Victorious March (1908)
American Salute (?)
Arbitrator March (1908)
Federation March (?)
Col. Estey March (1908)
Regent March (?)