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French National Defile March (Le Regiment De Sambre Et Meuse)
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Le Régiment de Sambre-et-Meuse - Clarinet 1 by Joseph Rauski
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The French National Defile March has been played in many football games in the United States, especially with the marching band of Ohio State University as they execute their "Script Ohio" formation complete with the senior tuba player "dotting the 'I'". This march has long been a favorite of French or French-related military forces.
In Canada, for example, it was the authorized march of the famous Royal 22nd Regiment until ; it is still the march of the Regiment de la Chaudiere and the Regiment de Maisonneuve. He shared the evening meal with the librettist and later relinquished all of his rights for 50 francs. Around his Refrains du Regiment , a collection of 12 military march songs, was published; Sambre-Meuse, the most popular of the set, was soon being performed throughout France, especially at the Eldorado Music Hall in Paris where it was sung by the baritone Vialla.
The libretto concerns a mythical regiment named for the battle-scarred area of the Sambre and Meuse Rivers in northern France and Belgium.