Here in the U.S., today is Veterans Day, honoring those who served in our nation’s armed forces. We offer our sincere gratitude and admiration to all who have served in the militia worldwide to sustain—as well as attain—the precious privilege of liberty. From the highest to lowest ranks, you have our thanks. Your gifts to us merit our abiding recognition for preserving the freedoms we all enjoy as we pursue our vital existence.
Run by our members, the INFERNAL LEGION represents America’s Satanic Veterans, being dedicated to the service and support of the “Elite among the Alien Elite.” Follow this link to view their FaceBook page.
We salute you all with honor, respect and gratitude for your service!
Aaron Copland, whose works have contributed towards the creation of a distinctly American sound in classical music, wrote Fanfare for the Common Man in response to the United States Entering World War II in 1942 as a commission by Eugene Goossens, then conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. It is a stirring work, and was later used in his Symphony No. 3 to great effect. The Fanfare lasts about three and a half minutes and is well worth your time to hear. The original, longer version of the finale of Symphony No. 3 is linked below, played by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra conducted by Leonard Slatkin. At about 14 and a half minutes, you’ll find it a majestic expansion and development of the heroic Fanfare.
—Magus Peter H. Gilmore