The rousing march music of John Philip Sousa has been an audience favorite for generations and continues to hold an important place in concert band repertoire. This spirited medley combines themes from four
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Composed on the night of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, this march was heard regularly on weekly national radio broadcasts throughout World War II. This version is written in the key of F and
One of the most melodic and musical of all American "old line" marches is an audience-pleasing toe tapper from start to finish! Bright and tuneful, this sparkling march will be a welcome addition to any
Composed in 1925 by Spanish composer Jaime Texidor, this attractive, moderately paced paso doble has a proven long-lasting appeal and musicality and is a true classic in concert band repertoire.
Bright, stylish and totally engaging, this march represents all that we've come to expect from this talented composer. Of special appeal is the varied dynamic contrast that is most distinctive and will
According to Sousa scholar Paul Bierley, Sousa often remarked that the old Scottish ballad Annie Laurie was the most beautiful of all folk songs. In 1883, he wrote the march Bonnie Annie
One of the truly great classic American marches! Composed by cornet virtuoso Paris Chambers, this is a rousing and flashy march which players will greatly enjoy, and audiences will find
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