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Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2011-12-08T18:26:58.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band recorded John Philip Sousa's march "The Washington Post" on March, 3, 2009, in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Annex in Washington, D.C. This video was recorded for the National Museum of the Marine Corps gallery titled "A Global Expeditionary Force 1866-1916," where visitors will find an interactive Marine Band exhibit.
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-12-12T14:47:55.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ During the 1880s, several Washington, D.C., newspapers competed vigorously for public favor. One of these, the Washington Post, organized what was known as the Washington Post Amateur Authors’ Association and sponsored an essay contest for school children. Frank Hatton and Beriah Wilkins, owners of the newspaper, asked Sousa, then leader of the Marine Band, to compose a march for the award ceremony. The ceremony was held on the Smithsonian grounds on June 15, 1889. President Harrison and other dignitaries were among the huge crowd. When the new march was played by Sousa and the Marine Band, it was enthusiastically received, and within days it became exceptionally popular in Washington. The march happened to be admirably suited to the two-step dance, which was just being introduced. A dancemasters’ organization adopted it at their yearly convention, and soon the march was vaulted into international fame. The two-step gradually replaced the waltz as a popular dance, and variations of the basic two-step insured the march’s popularity all through the 1890s and into the twentieth century. Sousa’s march became identified with the two-step, and it was as famous abroad as it was in the United States. In some European countries, all two-steps were called “Washington posts.” Pirated editions of the music appeared in many foreign countries. In Britain, for example, it was known by such names as “No Surrender” and “Washington Greys.” Next to “The Stars and Stripes Forever,” “The Washington Post” has been Sousa’s most widely known march. He delighted in telling how he had heard it in so many different countries, played in so many ways–and often accredited to native composers. It was a standard at Sousa Band performances and was often openly demanded when not scheduled for a program. It was painful for Sousa to relate that, like “Semper Fidelis” and other marches of that period, he received only $35 for it, while the publisher made a fortune. Of that sum, $25 was for a piano arrangement, $5 for a band arrangement, and $5 for an orchestra arrangement. According to a letter dated September 28, 1920, from Sousa to Edward B. McLean, editor of the Washington Post, one edition of this music was published in Mexico under the title “Unser Pasa.” Today, at a community room in Washington, a spotlight illuminates a life-sized color portrait of the black-bearded Sousa, resplendent in his scarlet Marine Band uniform. This is the John Philip Sousa Community Room in the Washington Post Building. It is the newspapers’ tribute to the man who first gave it worldwide fame. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 95. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 3 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6iXWNxtWCR6REUv5wudDE7
    

Channel Title : SemperFiOorah1

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Published Date : 2010-07-18T22:29:35.000Z

This is a famous and patriotic march written by John Philip Sousa. It is track 13 of the John Philip Sousa album, "Sousa Original". It was composed by John Philip Sousa in 1890 and released that year. This clearer sounding version was recorded in 1988, and played by "The President's Own" United States Marine Band!
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-10-26T19:57:32.000Z

John Philip Sousa (director, 1880-1892) conducts "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band in his march, "Washington Post." Recorded 1890. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ From the album, "From Fife and Drum: Marine Band Recordings 1890-1988": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4o1WUjkmYx3jIl-D-3RytJ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/fife_drum/from_fife_and_drum.pdf
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-10-26T19:50:47.000Z

Colonel John R. Bourgeois (director, 1979-1996) conducts "The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band performing March, "Washington Post" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ From the album, "From Fife and Drum: Marine Band Recordings 1890-1988": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4o1WUjkmYx3jIl-D-3RytJ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/fife_drum/from_fife_and_drum.pdf
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2011-12-08T20:20:30.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band recorded John Philip Sousa's march "The Stars and Stripes Forever" on March, 3, 2009, in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Annex in Washington, D.C. This video was recorded for the National Museum of the Marine Corps gallery titled "A Global Expeditionary Force 1866-1916," where visitors will find an interactive Marine Band exhibit.
    

Channel Title : Altissimo Recordings

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Published Date : 2013-03-22T15:03:05.000Z

John Philip Sousa President's Own United States Marine Band, The, Jack T. Kline, President's Own United States Marine Band, The The Washington Post March PRESIDENT'S OWN UNITED STATES MARINE BAND: The Heritage of John Philip Sousa Collection 75442200262 http://www.classicsonline.com/catalogue/product.aspx?pid=1410760 http://www.naxoslicensing.com/
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-12-29T04:36:19.000Z

Recording from "The Bicentennial Collection," featuring historical recordings of "The President's Own" United States Marine Band to celebrate the organization's 200th Anniversary. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Details: Columbia cylinder, listed in catalog dated Sept. 19, 1892. "The Bicentennial Collection" was released in 1998. This recording found on Disc 1: Early Acoustic Recordings (1889-1914): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6LN4q4Uz-MNphO9jcjNB4V Entire ten-volume collection: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4V2Zt4NcF9RRwNyjha4AJd Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/bicentennial_collection/bi_disc2/bicentennial_collection.pdf
    

Channel Title : The United States Army Field Band

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Published Date : 2016-10-21T14:22:08.000Z

The United States Army Field Band performs one of John Philip Sousa's most famous marches, The Washington Post. Arranged by Keith Brion and Loras Schissel. Led by First Lieutenant Alexandra Borza. http://www.armyfieldband.com http://www.youtube.com/ArmyFieldBand http://www.facebook.com/ArmyFieldBand http://twitter.com/armyfieldband https://www.instagram.com/armyfieldband/ http://www.facebook.com/thesixstringsoldiers For more information visit our website or contact: Educational Activities Coordinator The United States Army Field Band 4214 Field Band Drive STE 5330 Fort Meade, Maryland 20755-7055
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2011-12-08T19:41:25.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band recorded John Philip Sousa's march "The Liberty Bell" on March, 3, 2009, in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Annex in Washington, D.C. This video was recorded for the National Museum of the Marine Corps gallery titled "A Global Expeditionary Force 1866-1916," where visitors will find an interactive Marine Band exhibit.
    

Channel Title : Altissimo Recordings

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Published Date : 2013-03-22T15:02:40.000Z

John Philip Sousa President's Own United States Marine Band, The, President's Own United States Marine Band, The The Washington Post March President's Own United States Marine Band: The Bicentennial Collection 75442261012 http://www.classicsonline.com/catalogue/product.aspx?pid=966128 http://www.naxoslicensing.com/
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-12-12T14:47:55.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Other than the fact that Sousa’s “thunderer” was undoubtedly a Mason, his identity may never be revealed. “The Thunderer” march was dedicated to Columbia Commandery No. 2, Knights Templar, of Washington, D.C., and it was composed on the occasion of the Twenty-fourth Triennial Conclave of the Grand Encampment. The conclave was held in October 1889 and was sponsored by Columbia Commandery No. 2. Sousa had been “knighted” in that organization three years earlier. “The Thunderer” was Mrs. John Philip Sousa’s favorite march. This was revealed by their daughter Helen, who also surmised that the “thunderer” might have been her father’s salute to the London Times, which was known as “the thunderer.” It has since been determined that Sousa probably had no association with the newspaper at that time, however. The “thunderer” might have been one of the men in charge of making arrangements for the 1889 conclave–in particular, Myron M. Parker, who worked tirelessly to make the event the spectacular success that it was. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 89. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 3 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6iXWNxtWCR6REUv5wudDE7
    

Channel Title : Gabe Classon

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Published Date : 2018-01-23T05:45:58.000Z

John Phillip Sousa's Washington Post March as played by "The President's Own" United States Marine Band, except it consists solely of the first two measures (6/8) repeated. Check out the Marine Band's original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxrh1CrMmTY
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-01-04T20:09:04.000Z

Recording from "The Bicentennial Collection," featuring historical recordings of "The President's Own" United States Marine Band to celebrate its 200th Anniversary. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Details: John Philip Sousa, composer, Edison Diamond Disc Cat. 51377-R, Mx. 9198-A, recorded October 9, 1923. "The Bicentennial Collection" was released in 1998. This recording found on Disc 2: Acoustic Recordings (1914-1923): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4G7S9lqIG93Qz92tsrNqHc Entire ten-volume collection: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4V2Zt4NcF9RRwNyjha4AJd Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/bicentennial_collection/bi_disc2/bicentennial_collection.pdf
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2011-12-08T22:03:46.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band recorded John Philip Sousa's march "Semper Fidelis" on March, 3, 2009, in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Annex in Washington, D.C. This video was recorded for the National Museum of the Marine Corps gallery titled "A Global Expeditionary Force 1866-1916," where visitors will find an interactive Marine Band exhibit.
    

Channel Title : Altissimo Recordings

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Published Date : 2013-03-22T15:03:02.000Z

John Philip Sousa President's Own United States Marine Band, The, Various Artists The Washington Post March A Patriotic Salute To the Military Family 75442255612 http://www.classicsonline.com/catalogue/product.aspx?pid=936977 http://www.naxoslicensing.com/
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-04-13T13:51:20.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Congress Hall is the name of a historic inn at Cape May, New Jersey. Cape May was and is today a popular east coast resort area, and in 1882 the U. S. Marine Band made its first appearance there under Sousa’s direction. The band had created little interest outside Washington until Sousa assumed leadership in 1880. News of its surprising excellence spread, and it was invited to play this engagement at Cape May from August 20 to 26, 1882. Sousa returned the compliment by composing this march and dedicating it to the proprietors of the inn, H. J. and G. R. Crump. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 47. Used by permission. More info: http://bit.ly/CompleteMarchesSousa1 The Complete Marches (playlist): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk5QnKpwAcWV4jjhkCMsLuEt
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-10-05T23:09:31.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Liberty Bell by John Philip Sousa, arranged by August Helmecke. Conducted by Lieutenant Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Showcase," released 1980. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4bzryNtrAtMwvGXRtI2heu
    

Channel Title : Hal Leonard Concert Band

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Published Date : 2017-09-20T18:02:30.000Z

To purchase or for more info go to https://goo.gl/xZLYSk MusicWorks - Grade 3 This lively 6/8 march from John Philip Sousa remains one of his best-known and most performed marches. While keeping the essence of the original intact, Jay Bocook does a masterful job of adjusting the instrumentation and ranges to be playable by just about any young band. An American classic that's perfect for any program! HL04002891 HL04002892
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-12-12T14:47:54.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ The mutual admiration which existed between John Philip Sousa and the school bands of America has caused many musicians and writers to conclude that this march was composed as a salute to the school band movement. However, it was written twenty years before that movement had begun. It was composed at the solicitation of the marching cadet corps of the one and only Washington, D.C, high school in 1890 (later called Central High School) and was dedicated to the teachers and pupils. The High School Cadets was another of the drill teams which were an exciting part of the capital city scene for many years after the Civil War. The members requested the march of Sousa, asking that he make an effort to make it superior to his “National Fencibles” march, which he had written for a rival cadet corps. In Sousa’s estimation, it was indeed a better march. The music world has concurred, because “The High School Cadets” has always been one of Sousa’s most popular marches. The Cadets were invited to a Marine Band rehearsal to hear the march played. They liked what they heard and produced $24 to cover the cost of having the march published and copyrighted. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 61. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 3 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6iXWNxtWCR6REUv5wudDE7
    

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Published Date : 2017-09-20T23:43:09.000Z

The Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa "In 1889, the owners of The Washington Post newspaper requested that John Philip Sousa, the leader of the United States Marine Band, compose a march for the newspaper's essay contest awards ceremony. Sousa obliged; "The Washington Post March" was introduced at the ceremony on June 15, 1889, and it became quite popular." -Wikipedia
    

Channel Title : Anthems & Honors Music

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Published Date : 2012-03-01T22:31:54.000Z

"The Washington Post" is a march composed by John Philip Sousa in 1889. Since then, it has remained as one of his most popular marches throughout the United States and many countries abroad.
    

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Published Date : 2017-10-21T14:55:11.000Z

(John Phillip Sousa) Recorded on October 9th, 1923 in Edison's New York studio. From Wikipedia: In 1889, the owners of The Washington Post newspaper requested that John Philip Sousa, the leader of the United States Marine Band, compose a march for the newspaper's essay contest awards ceremony. Sousa obliged; "The Washington Post March" was introduced at the ceremony on June 15, 1889, and it became quite popular. It led to a British journalist dubbing Sousa "The March King". Sousa is honored in The Washington Post building for his contribution to the newspaper and his country. C0055
    

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Published Date : 2011-06-19T16:28:13.000Z

"The Washington Post" is a patriotic march composed by John Philip Sousa in 1889. Since then, it has remained as one of his most popular marches throughout the United States and many countries abroad. We're showing scenery photos of the US and a few soldiers. In 1889 owners of The Washington Post newspaper requested that John Philip Sousa, the leader of the United States Marine Corps Band, compose a march for the newspaper's essay contest awards ceremony. Sousa obliged; "The Washington Post March" was introduced at the ceremony on June 15, 1889, and it became quite popular.[1] It led to a British journalist dubbing Sousa "The March King." Sousa is honored in The Washington Post building for his contribution to the newspaper and his country. Music is copyrighted by its corresponding owners. No infringement of copyright is meant and if it does infringe, please message me and I'll remove it. ----------------------------------------------------------- Our Youtube Channels are: MYCHOICE MUSIC VIDEOS mychoicegrech1 Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/mychoicegrech#g/u mychoicealfred2 Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/mychoicealfred2#g/u mychoicealfred3 Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/mychoicealfred3#g/u mychoicealfred4 Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/mychoicealfred4#g/a mychoicealfred5 Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=547269149B55DB15 MALPEN04 MUSIC VIDEOS (Older Channel) malpen04 "My Choice" series MASTER Links: (Music videos) http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0F1289004B6D27688 http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=DE2FCD8BB79C5712 http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=C437EED27B30FDBE http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=FFFF6F8D972D5DD5 MALPEN04 MISCELLANEOUS (Non music video) http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=83A31C1D156BB320 MALTA, MALAYSIA & OTHER (Jasmine's Videos) jasalf5959 Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/JasAlf5959#g/u
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2013-04-30T21:36:49.000Z

Conducted by Director Colonel Michael J. Colburn, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band performed John Philip Sousa's march "George Washington Bicentennial" on Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012, in the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall at Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, Va.
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-04-11T15:31:15.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ It is unfortunate that President Chester A. Arthur, the man responsible for this march, did not live to hear it. In a conversation with Sousa, then leader of the U.S. Marine Band, he expressed his displeasure at the official use of the song “Hail to the Chief.” When Sousa stated that it was actually an old Scottish boating song, the President suggested that he compose more appropriate music. Sousa responded with two pieces, not one. First he composed “Presidential Poloniase” (1886). Then, two years after Arthur’s death, he wrote “Semper Fidelis.” The march takes its title from the motto of the U.S. Marine Corps: “Semper Fidelis”–“Always Faithful.” The trio is an extension of an earlier Sousa composition, “With Steady Step,” one of eight brief trumpet and drum pieces he wrote for The Trumpet and Drum (1886). It was dedicated to those who inspired it – the officers and men of the U.S. Marine Corps. In Sousa’s own words: “I wrote ‘Semper Fidelis’ one night while in tears, after my comrades of the Marine Corps had sung their famous hymn at Quantico.” For the first performance, Sousa demonstrated his flair for theatrics: “We were marching down Pennsylvania Avenue, and had turned the corner at the Treasury Building. On the reviewing stand were President Harrison, many members of the diplomatic corps, a large part of the House and Senate, and an immense number of invited guests besides. I had so timed our playing of the march that the ‘trumpet’ theme would be heard for the first time, just as we got to the front of the reviewing stand. Suddenly ten extra trumpets were shot in the air, and the ‘theme’ was pealed out in unison. Nothing like it had ever been heard there before – when the great throng on the stand had recovered its surprise, it rose in a body and led by the President himself, showed its pleasure in a mighty swell of applause. It was a proud moment for us all.” “Semper Fidelis” subsequently gained recognition as the official march of the U.S. Marine Corps. Sousa regarded it as his best march, musically speaking. It became one of his most popular marches, and he once stated that it was the favorite march of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany – before World War I, of course. It was played by the Sousa Band in many foreign countries and always received acclaim as a well-known composition. Few knew that it had been sold outright to the publisher for the unbelievably low sum of $35. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 83. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 2 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk7a5aq-9g-MDmCWh_fFn8VF
    

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Published Date : 2008-03-31T23:29:10.000Z

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Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-07-01T19:05:43.000Z

“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band performs John Philip Sousa's "The Thunderer" as an encore on Jan. 11, 2015, in the Center for the Arts Concert Hall at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. Conducted by Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Performed during the 2015 Sousa Season Opener Concert: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk54VrJShkXLNaxa1KEryN__ Program and notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Programs/011115.pdf
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-12-12T14:47:52.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ For $500 more, this march probably would have been named “The Devil’s Deputy.” Sousa was composing music for an operetta of that name at the request of the celebrated comedian Francis Wilson. Sousa asked $1,500 for the work, but Wilson offered $1,000. When they could not come to an agreement, Sousa withdrew with his partially completed manuscript, which included a lively march. Sousa and George Frederick Hinton, one of the band’s managers, were in Chicago witnessing a spectacle called America when a backdrop, with a huge painting of the Liberty Bell, was lowered. Hinton suggested that “The Liberty Bell” would be a good title for Sousa’s new march. By coincidence, the next morning Sousa received a letter from his wife in which she told how their son had marched in his first parade in Philadelphia–a parade honoring the return of the Liberty Bell, which had been on tour. The new march was then christened “The Liberty Bell.” It was one of the first marches Sousa sold to the John Church Company and was the first composition to bring Sousa a substantial financial reward. According to a story told by the Sousa Band’s first soprano, Marcella Lindh, she contributed one of the themes of the march. Sousa had heard her whistling a catchy tune of her own and had asked her permission to incorporate it into one of his marches. Several years later she heard “The Liberty Bell” march being performed by a band in Europe and recognized her own melody in the march. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 67. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 3 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6iXWNxtWCR6REUv5wudDE7
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-04-13T13:51:21.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King", was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lt Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Our Flirtations was a musical comedy first produced in Philadelphia in 1880. Sousa was responsible for the incidental music, which included this original march. It was dedicated to Henry L. West, a newspaperman of the Washington Post staff. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 76. Used by permission. More info: http://bit.ly/CompleteMarchesSousa1 The Complete Marches (playlist): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ryfit2Tks0w
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-04-13T13:51:21.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ This was Sousa’s first published march, and it was sold outright to the publisher for one hundred copies of the sheet music. It was called Opus 5 and was dedicated to Colonel William G. Moore of the Washington Light Infantry. In later years, Sousa did not have a very high opinion of the march. To wit: “…Happily for me and for the general public it never became at all popular, and the echoes of the strains have long ago died away. I suppose it is now so deeply buried in oblivion that a 1,000 foot pole could not reach it. It is such a long time since I wrote it that I have no recollection whatever of the air. I did not preserve the manuscript….” Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 80. Used by permission. More info: http://bit.ly/CompleteMarchesSousa1 The Complete Marches (playlist): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk5QnKpwAcWV4jjhkCMsLuEt
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-11-02T20:18:31.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents "Manhattan Beach" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Semper Fidelis: Music of John Philip Sousa," recorded in 1989. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/semper/semper_fidelis.pdf Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk66t-fxJEwp76xvbZkzXHQv
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-07-01T19:03:06.000Z

“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band performs John Philip Sousa's "King Cotton" as an encore on Jan. 11, 2015, in the Center for the Arts Concert Hall at George Mason University, Fairfax, Va. Conducted by Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Performed during the 2015 Sousa Season Opener Concert: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk54VrJShkXLNaxa1KEryN__ Program and notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Programs/011115.pdf
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-11-09T15:16:50.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents "Semper Fidelis" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Esprit de Corps," released 1984. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk72qP-7QrKgx7D6Bh9Yx9eC
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band - Topic

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Published Date : 2014-03-01T18:46:08.000Z

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises The Washington Post March (1988) · US Marine Band Sousa Original ℗ 1998 Coker & McCree, Inc. ℗ 2011 Altissimo Released on: 1998-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2009-11-07T21:44:25.000Z

The United States Marine Band, 'The President's Own', perform for the annual Sousa Birthday ceremony at the Congressional Cemetery in Washington. In this video, twenty-eight members of the band march into the cemetery, play Semper Fidelis, then march off. As always, the Band demonstrates musical excellence and military precision. Major Jason Fettig is the director and Master Gunnery Sergeant William Browne is the Drum Major.
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-08-03T17:55:38.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents John Philip Sousa's march, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, edited by Frank Byrne. Directed by Col. Timothy W. Foley. From the album "Live in Concert," recorded 1999. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/live_in_concert/live_in_concert.pdf Listen to the album: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk7IcjNe5M6wX2X2YHKaUKCF
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-07-01T19:06:58.000Z

“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band performs John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever" on Jan. 11, 2015, in the Center for the Arts Concert Hall at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. Conducted by Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Performed during the 2015 Sousa Season Opener Concert: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk54VrJShkXLNaxa1KEryN__
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-04-13T13:51:20.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ This march takes its title from the emblem of the U. S. Marine Corps. It was one of several military titles curiously chosen by Sousa while he was an orchestra conductor in Philadelphia. He might possibly have been bidding for the position of leader of the Marine Band, knowing that the leader at that time was about to be replaced. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 56. Used by permission. More info: http://bit.ly/CompleteMarchesSousa1 The Complete Marches (playlist): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk5QnKpwAcWV4jjhkCMsLuEt
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-11-02T20:28:05.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents "The Invincible Eagle" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Semper Fidelis: Music of John Philip Sousa," recorded in 1989. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/semper/semper_fidelis.pdf Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk66t-fxJEwp76xvbZkzXHQv
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2016-12-12T14:47:50.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Lieutenant Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ After the widespread success of his operetta El Capitan, Sousa regrettably declined an offer of $100,000 for The Bride Elect, from which this march was extracted. The operetta soon passed from the musical scene, but the march was a favorite of bandsmen for many years to come. The march was pieced together from various sections of the operetta. The principal theme was developed from the song, “Unchain the Dogs of War,” which ended Act II. The march was sometimes programmed by the Sousa Band under that title. According to Frank Simon, cornetist of the Sousa Band from 1914 to 1920, “The Bride Elect” was among Sousa’s own favorites. He once referred to it as the best march he had ever written. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 44. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/AudioResources/TheCompleteMarchesofJohnPhilipSousa.aspx Volume 3 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk6iXWNxtWCR6REUv5wudDE7
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-11-02T20:23:32.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents "King Cotton" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Semper Fidelis: Music of John Philip Sousa," recorded in 1989. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Liner notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/semper/semper_fidelis.pdf Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk66t-fxJEwp76xvbZkzXHQv
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2018-04-09T22:24:17.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ “The Fairest of the Fair” is generally regarded as one of Sousa’s finest and most melodic marches, and its inspirations came from the sight of a pretty girl with whom he was not even acquainted. It was an immediate success and has remained one of his most popular compositions. It stands out as one of the finest examples of the application of pleasing melodies to the restrictive framework of a military march. The Boston Food Fair was an annual exposition and music jubilee held by the Boston Retail Grocers’ Association. The Sousa Band was the main musical attraction for several seasons, so the creation of a new march honoring the sponsors of the 1908 Boston Food Fair was the natural outgrowth of a pleasant business relationship. In fairs before 1908, Sousa had been impressed by the beauty and charm of one particular young lady who was the center of attention of the displays in which she was employed. He made a mental note that he would someday transfer his impressions of her into music. When the invitation came for the Sousa Band to play a twenty-day engagement in 1908, he wrote this march. Remembering the comely girl, he entitled the new march “The Fairest of the Fair.” Because of an oversight, the march almost missed its première. Nearly three months before the fair, Sousa had completed a sketch of the march for the publisher. He also wrote out a full conductor’s score from which the individual band parts were to have been extracted. The band had just finished an engagement the night before the fair’s opening and had boarded a sleeper train for Boston. Louis Morris, the band’s copyist, was helping the librarian sort music for the first concert, and he discovered that the most important piece on the program—“The Fairest of the Fair”—had not been prepared. According to Morris’s own story, the librarian, whose job it had been to prepare the parts, went into a panic. There was good reason; considerable advance publicity had been given to the new march, and the fair patrons would be expecting to hear it. In addition, the piano sheet music had already been published, and copies were to be distributed free to the first five hundred ladies entering the gates of the fair. Morris rose to the occasion. He asked the porter of the train to bring a portable desk, which he placed on a pillow across his lap. He worked the entire night, and the parts were nearly finished when dawn broke. Both were greatly surprised by the appearance of Sousa, who had arisen to take his usual early morning walk. When asked about the frenzied activity, they had no choice but to tell exactly what had happened. There were many times in the life of John Philip Sousa when he demonstrated his benevolence and magnanimity, and this was surely one of them. After recognizing Morris’s extraordinary effort and remarking that it was saving the band from considerable embarrassment, he instructed him to complete his work and to take a well-deserved rest, even if it meant sleeping through the first concert. With no one the wiser, Louis Morris—hero of the day—was asleep in his hotel as Sousa’s Band played “The Fairest of the Fair” for the first time on September 28, 1908. Sousa did not mention the subject again, but Morris found an extra fifty dollars in his next pay envelope —the equivalent of two weeks salary. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 60. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Audio-Resources/The-Complete-Marches-of-John-Philip-Sousa/ Volume 4 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk574ZfNqOsqjuQaP4FwwWzr
    

Channel Title : TheWickedNorth

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Published Date : 2009-03-09T06:08:08.000Z

Sousa - Washington Post March
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-11-09T17:44:04.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents "The Invincible Eagle" by John Philip Sousa. Conducted by Col. John R. Bourgeois. From the album "Esprit de Corps," released 1984. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Album playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk72qP-7QrKgx7D6Bh9Yx9eC

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