Dr. Ed Siegel Sing Our National Anthem Star Spangeld Banner in the key of G Major

Dr. Ed Siegel Sing Our National Anthem Star Spangeld Banner in the key of G Major

"We may be the only nation in the world whose citizens in general can't sing their own national anthem. By simply lowering its key, the vast majority of us can sing "The Star Spangled Banner" with both pride and exhilaration . "

Dr. Ed Siegel

Watch excerpt from The Today Show NYC July 4, 2005


Dr. Siegel explains the reason for singing the Star Spangled Banner in G-major.

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