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John Philip Sousa personified the comparative innocence and brash energy of America around the turn of the 20th Century.
Alongside the march that made him famous and later sparked a world-wide dance craze, The Washington Post, this disc includes excerpts from one of the earliest musicals to achieve Broadway success, El Capitan.
With its origins reaching as far back as 1557, The Royal Artillery Band is one of the largest symphonic wind bands in the British Army.
Keith Brion is a specialist in Sousa’s period style and has published many performing editions of The March King’s music.
John Philip Sousa: The High School Cadets
The High School Cadets
John Philip Sousa: Northern Pines
John Philip Sousa: El Capitan
El Capitan: Selections
John Philip Sousa: Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scouts of America
John Philip Sousa: The Crusader
El Capitan, Act II: Oh, Warrior Grim
John Philip Sousa: On the Campus
On the Campus
John Philip Sousa: Jack Tar
John Philip Sousa: Comrades of the Legion
Comrades of the Legion
John Philip Sousa: The Pride of Pittsburgh, "Homage to Pittsburgh"
The Pride of Pittsburgh
John Philip Sousa: At the King's Court
I. Her Ladyship, the Countess
II. Her Grace, the Duchess
III. Her Majesty, the Queen
John Philip Sousa: The Washington Post March
The Washington Post
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