Flight is the official march of the Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC. It was commissioned by the Air Force Band in 1984 and was premiered by the organization in November of that year.
It doesn't get any better than this! Themes from three of America's most popular patriotic marches are brought together in this colorful and solidly scored medley. Including You're a Grand Old Flag,
The Marines' Hymn never sounded better! Introduced first by regimental-sounding drums, then by a striking but playable bugle call, the familiar melody is then presented in fine fashion by the
This classic march remains one of the best known and most popular marches ever written. The combination of magnificent march-style writing and musical quotes from the Star-Spangled Banner give
This melodic, patriotic song was written as a contribution to the war effort during World War I. The delightful march was performed for fund-raising efforts for the Red Cross, assisting in the raising a
A rousing original march written in a distinct American style. Stylish and upbeat, it reminds us why marches are so important in the history of the modern concert band. From an educational perspective,
Young bands and their audiences can now enjoy America's most famous march. This setting includes the introduction and the trio, as well as two versions of the famous piccolo solo. One version is advanced
This thoroughly researched edition represents a study of first edition printings, performance notes of Sousa Band members and markings in the Sousa Band encore books in the U.S.Marine library. All of
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