The complete marches of John Philip Sousa, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director
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Provenance
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Label
  • The complete marches of John Philip Sousa, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director
Main title
  • The complete marches of John Philip Sousa
Responsibility statement
  • "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director
Accompanying matter
  • music
  • historical information
  • technical information on music
  • biography of performer or history of ensemble
Form of composition
  • marches
Format of music
  • not applicable
  • multiple score formats
Literary text for sound recordings
  • not applicable
Music parts
  • not applicable
  • instrumental parts
OCLC Number
  • 1183894388
Table of contents
  • 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)
Target audience
  • general
Transposition and arrangement
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