Karl King Compositions - T - U - V -

Compostion Name Description Date Publisher Notes
T.M.B. Thayer Military Band
The Three Musketeers
Thumbs Up U.S.A.
Torch of Liberty
Triumph
The Trombone King
Troubador
Trouping Days
True Blue
Tuscarawas
Twilight
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
Serenade
1909
1924
1942
1942
1910
1945
1914
1925
1925
1920
1924
Strassner
King
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
King
Barnhouse
King
King
Barnhouse
King
KLK "1st march written that was published"
Dedicated to Doug Hatton (Walt Engelbart, Mark Dillman, Poke A.H. Hanson)
Republished by Kalmus
  
  
  
Dedcated to Charlie Toops, T-bone and Bandmaster, Willmington, OH
  
Dedicated to Fred Zalesky
Tuscarawas was the street where Ruth lived when Karl was courting her.
Republished by Kalmus, a river, county in OH, Indian settlement
Ung-Kung-Foy-Yah
Untied Nations
University of Chicago
University of Idaho
University of North Dakota
Chinese Intermezzo
March
College March
College March
College March
1919
1942
1936
1931
1935
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
King
King
King
Chinese acrobatic and balancing act
  
Dedicated to Harold Bachman and the Universityu of Chicago Band
Dedicated to the University of Idaho, Pocatello, ID
Dedicated to Professor John Howard and the University of ND Band
Valiant Youth
Valley Forge
Vanguard of Democracy
Venetian Beauties
Venus
The Victor
The Viking
Vindication
Vision of Cleopatra
Voice of America
The Voyager
March
March
March
Waltz
Waltz
March
March
March
Waltz
March
Overture
1925
1943
1918
1909
??
1910
1911
1923
1923
1956
1944
King
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
Barnhouse
King
Barnhouse
King
Dedicated to "Junior" (KLK used to call this "Violent Youth")
  
  
Dedicated to J.W. Noth, Venice, Italy
  
  
Dedicated to friends Ervin & Floyd Leslie, trio used by Indiana U. for "IN, Our IN"
Dedicated to Frank G. Isaacson
  
Republished by Kalmus
  
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