Ode For
American Independence






A nation of liberty had been born, the Constitution had been ratified, making the 4th of July in the year 1789 a very special time of celebration. To honor this first celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence the "Ode For American Independence" was composed, with words by Daniel George and music by Horatio Garnett. It was also known at the time as the "Ode For The Fourth Of July."




We have arranged and recorded an instrumental orchestrated version of this song. It is yet another example of the interesting music being composed in early America, most of which has been forgotten or ignored. You can download an MP3 file of the Ode For American Independent.

Ode For
American Independence


Cider Press
19th Century American music
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