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The complete marches of John Philip Sousa / "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director.

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932 (composer.). Fettig, Jason, (conductor,, editor.). Patterson, Donald, 1960- (editor.). United States Marine Band, (performer.).
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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (audio files, scores) : digital
  • Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : "The President's Own" United States Marine Band, [2015]-

Content descriptions

General Note:
Each volume is available for free download exclusively on the Marine Band website, along with scrolling videos and PDFs of the full scores and parts, and historical and editorial notes about each piece. Each march has been carefully edited and corrected by Lt. Col. Fettig and Music Production Chief Master Sgt. Donald Patterson using some of the earliest known publications and incorporate performance practices employed by the Marine Band that are modeled on those of "The March King" himself.
Only six marches from Volume 6 are in the public domain and presently have Marine Band editions. Recordings of non-public domain marches are available for streaming on YouTube.
Formatted Contents Note:
Vol. 1. Review (1873) -- The honored dead (1876) -- Revival march (1876) (The great revival march and Salvation Army rally) -- Across the Danube (1877) -- Esprit de corps (1878) ("Esprit du corps") -- On the tramp (1879) -- Resumption march (1879) -- Globe and eagle (1879) -- Our flirtation (1880) ("Our flirtations") -- Recognition march (circa 1880) -- Guide right (1881) -- President Garfield's inauguration march (1881) -- In memoriam (1881) (In memoriam: Garfield's funeral march) -- Right forward (1881) -- The wolverine march (1881) -- Yorktown centennial (1881) ("Yorktown's centennial") -- Congress Hall (1882)
Vol. 2. Bonnie Annie Laurie (1883) -- Mother Goose (1883) -- Pet of the petticoats (1883) -- Right-left (1883) -- Transit of Venus (1883) -- The white plume (1884) -- Mikado march (1885) -- Mother Hubbard march (1885) -- Sound off (1885) -- Triumph of time (1885) -- The gladiator (1886) -- The rifle regiment (1886) -- The Occidental (1887) -- Ben Bolt (1888) -- The Crusader (1886) -- National Fencibles (1888) -- Semper Fidelis (1888) -- The picador (1889)
Vol. 3. The quilting party (1889) -- The thunderer (1889) -- The Washington Post (1889) -- Corcoran Cadets (1890) -- The High School Cadets (1890) -- The Loyal Legion (1890) -- Homeward bound (1891-1892) -- The belle of Chicago (1892) -- March of the Royal Trumpets (1892) -- On parade (1892) -- The triton (1892) -- The beau ideal (1893) -- The Liberty Bell (1893) -- Manhattan Beach (1893) -- The directorate (1894) -- King cotton (1895) -- El Capitan (1896) -- The Stars and Stripes forever (1896) -- The bride elect (1897) -- The charlatan (1898)
Vol. 4. Hands across the sea (1899) -- The man behind the gun (1899) -- Hail to the spirit of liberty (1900) -- The invincible eagle (1901) -- The pride of Pittsburgh (1901) -- Imperial Edward (1902) -- Jack Tar (1903) -- The diplomat (1904) -- The free lance (1904) -- Powhatan's daughter (1907) -- The fairest of the fair (1908) -- The glory of the Yankee Navy (1909) -- The Federal (1910) -- From Maine to Oregon (1913) -- Columbia's pride (1914) -- The Lambs' march (1914) -- The New York Hippodrome (1915) -- The Pathfinder of Panama (1915) -- America first (1916) -- Boy Scouts of America (1916).
Vol. 5. Liberty Loan (1917) -- The Naval Reserve (1917) -- U.S. Field Artillery (1917) -- The white rose (1917) -- Wisconsin forward forever (1917) -- Anchor and star (1918) -- Bullets and bayonets (1918) -- The chantyman's march (1918) -- Flags of freedom (1918) -- Sabre and spurs (1918) -- Solid men to the front (1918) -- USAAC (1918) -- The volunteers (1918) -- Wedding march (1918) -- The golden star (1919) -- Comrades of the Legion (1920) -- On the campus (1920) -- Who's who in Navy blue (1920) -- Keeping step with the Union (1921) -- The Gallant Seventh (1922)
Vol. 6. The dauntless battalion (1922) -- March of the Mitten men (1923) -- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (1923) -- Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (1924) -- The Black Horse Troop (1924) -- Marquette University march (1924) -- The national game (1925) -- The Gridiron Club (1926) -- Old Ironsides (1926) -- The pride of the Wolverines (1926) -- Sesquicentennial Exposition march (1926) -- The Atlantic City pageant (1927) -- Magna Charta (1927) -- The Minnesota march (1927) -- Riders for the Flag (1927) -- Golden jubilee (1928) -- New Mexico (1928) -- Prince Charming (1928) -- University of Nebraska (1928)
Participant or Performer Note:
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director.
Language Note:
Staff notation.
Source of Description Note:
Description based on online resource; title from web page banner (Marine Band, viewed Aug. 14, 2020).
Subject: Marches (Band) > Scores and parts.
Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932.
Genre: Marches (Music)

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