The rousing march music of John Philip Sousa has been an audience favorite for generations. This spirited medley combines themes from four of Sousa's most famous marches: The Washington Post; Semper
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
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 premiered by them in November of that year. Their recording
This rousing and stylish march has become the musical symbol of international friendship and goodwill, and this edition continues that proud tradition. In light of the reestablishment of relations between
Best known for his marches, Davide Dele Cese was an Italian band leader, composer and teacher who enjoyed a long and rich musical career. His march, Inglesina, is one of his most popular marches
If you're looking for a march to program, this is just the one you need. This brilliant addition to march programming, both stylish and relatively unknown, is a superb
Cute, quirky and totally entertaining, this clever piece really stands out from all the other marches. Accents in unexpected places, easy time changes and a catchy melody are assembled together for a
Semeon Tchernetsky was a prominent military bandmaster who composed over 70 marches as well as other works for band. The stately manner of this stirring and robust march displays a profound sense of loyalty
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
Majestic in flavor, this piece is similar in character to ceremonial music utilized in Great Britain for the introduction of royalty, reflecting the rich history of our British ancestry. It is
Originally written for piano, this delightful piece reflects the popularity of American ragtime and early jazz and was composed as a tribute to the syncopated dancing rhythms and lively melodies
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