Even the Graceful Grammarian knows that sometimes music can express more than words can. This Patriot Day, let’s listen to Aaron Copland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man,” written for the Greatest Generation, from whom we all learned that the true heroes in America are those who do their best each day. We see this truth in action every day; may we continue to see it! This is what dedication, loyalty, and endless potential sound like.
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