Definition of Military march
1. Noun. Brisk marching music suitable for troops marching in a military parade.
Generic synonyms: March, Marching Music
Specialized synonyms: Quickstep, Pibroch
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Literary usage of Military march
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annals of Annapolis: Comprising Sundry Notices of that Old City from the by David Ridgely (1841)
"... Province- Governor Sharp arrives at Annapolis—The military march from Annapolis against the French on the Ohio—General Braddock and other distinguished ..."
2. A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1880) by John Alexander Fuller-Maitland, George Grove (1880)
"Of the military march as now understood, as a strictly rhythmical and ... A good specimen of the old German military march is that which Meyerbeer ..."
3. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland (1907)
"A good specimen of the old German military march is that which Meyerbeer ... In England the military march would seem to have been of later development. ..."
4. A New and Enlarged Military Dictionary, Or, Alphabetical Explanation of ...by Charles James by Charles James (1805)
"With respect to the third march, it is :i real and essential movement, und ought to be called the military march or route. Four principal branches or ..."
5. Annals of Annapolis, Comprising Sundry Notices of that Old City from the by David Ridgely (1841)
"The military march from Annapolis against the French on the Ohio—General Braddock and other distinguished persons arrive at Annapolis—Doctor Charles Carroll ..."
6. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"The program presented was as follows: "Variations de Concert," Bonnet; Canon, Schumann; " On Wings of Song" (Melody by Mendelssohn), Whiting; military march ..."