Suez canal company fact sheet
Stars and Stripes Forever, March, John Philip Sousa In his autobiography, Marching Along, John Philip Sousa writes that he composed the march on Christmas Day 1896. Licence: This media file is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. Completes piano score for “The Stars and Stripes Forever” on Christmas Day. 1897 Completes band score for “The Stars and Stripes Forever” in Boston on April 26 First performance of operetta The Bride Elect in New Haven, CT, on December 28. 1898 First performance of operetta The Charlatan in Montreal, Canada, on August 29 The Stars and Stripes Forever by John Philip Sousa arranged for percussion ensemble by Thomas Brown. Instrumentation: Xylophone/Bells Vibraphone Marimba 1 Marimba 2 Marimba 3 Marimba 4 Drumset (or percussion section) Timpani, Triangle, Ch... What are you playing? Our marching band *was* going to play National Emblem as we marched, but we cancelled the parade because of rain, so we’re just playing the National Anthem and Stars and Stripes Forever at the ceremony.(Also, I apologize if my activity is annoying to any of you.