Need fun, peppy, familiar-sounding music -- instead of original music -- to catch the ear? Music Boutique is the perfect solution! All of these songs are well-known and in the public domain (PD). Many tracks feature lengths of 90, 60, 30, and 15 seconds with various instrumentation and mixes to custom-fit each project.
Tracey and Vance Marino have music in the Disney/Touchstone Pictures film "The Last Song," by Nicholas Sparks, starring Miley Cyrus and Greg Kinnear, as well as in TV shows like "Little Miss Perfect," "Man v. Food," "MyDestinationTV," and a popular daytime TV talk show and its affiliates. Please visit their other artist pages here on line: "Christmas Music Boutique," "Wedding Music Boutique," "Spooky Music Bootique," and their artist site, "Tracey and Vance Marino," which is a collection of their original music.
Custom artwork of a Paris street scene, titled "Musique Boutique," was done in acrylics by San Diego Artist Richard L. Weddleton, Tracey's father.
While Americans recognize this simple and stately fife and drum version as the patriotic song "America," or "My Country 'Tis Of Thee," in the U. K., it's known as "God Save The Queen" and it is the national anthem. Great for patriotic footage no matter which side of the puddle you're on! Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This is the fight song of the United States Naval Academy and is the Navy's theme song. This version features a fife and drum and is simple yet stately. Great for tributes and memorials or for historical and military footage. Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This hymn became popular during the Civil War, but it's also been heard in a lot of commercials, comedies, parodies, and spoofs. It's also known as a "campfire spiritual." Many know the chorus or refrain as "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah." Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
During the Revolutionary War, this song was as popular as "Yankee Doodle." Written by William Billings, this version features a simple fife and drum to "line up the troops." Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This less-familiar fife and drum march is cheerful and upbeat. History buffs know that this was the unofficial anthem of the United States until "The Star-Spangled Banner" replaced it in 1931. It is still used as the anthem, or theme, of the Vice President of America. Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
If you hear this song being played, it's probably President's Day weekend! This version features a fife and drum and is simple yet stately and presidential. Great for historical scenes or for parodies like the tough gym teacher lining up the "troops." Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
Semper Fideles! Or, "Always Faithful," that's the motto of the United States Marine Corps and this is their theme song. This simple fife and drum march version will call in the troops. Great for historical scenes, documentaries, or even parodies like the barking gym class drill sergeant. Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This upbeat, familiar-sounding fife and drum march is melodic and memorable. Also known as "Battle Cry Of Freedom," it's been used in many commercials and is also good for documentaries and historical scenes. Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This well-known fife and drum march has a sad and serious tone to it. It was popular during the Civil War for home-sick soldiers. A variation is known as "Johnny We Hardly Knew Ye." Hurrah! Hurrah! Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum
This peppy and happy well-known fife and drum march will get the troops lining up! It's the anthem for the state of Connecticut, and has been around for many battles, including the Revolutionary War. Also good for comic scenes! Instrumental, Military, Fife and Drum