10" Vinyl 1. 1. Washington Post March.
Performer: Sousa's Band Writer: John Philip Sousa. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 17302A Catalog number: 17302-A.
Sousa - Washington Post March. SOUSA The Washington Post - "The President's Own" . The Washington Post March. John Philip Sousa - The Washington Post - March. Washington Post March by John Philip Sousa/arr.
In 1902 the Brazil song in the charts was Washington Post March by Sousa's Band. . Washington Post March by Sousa's Band.
It was The Washington Post March, composed by Marine Band director John Philip Sousa at the behest of the newspaper you are holding (or the Web site or mobile application you are viewing). The march was created in 1889 to celebrate the first awards presented by the Washington Post Amateur Authors Association. The winning essays and 11 honorable mentions were published in The Post on July 7, 1889. The younger winners wrote about pictures, describing what was going on in various scenes: a hawk threatening a chicken coop, a girl picking flowers. Several of the older winners explained natural or scientific processes: the circulation of the blood or how a pinhole camera worked.
The Washington Post opens with a brief, typically Sousian fanfare, then presents one of the composer's most familiar tunes. It struts proudly upward in its first half, then steps jauntily downward in its latter portion. The second subject has a carefree spirit in its more mellow instrumentation and lively bounce.
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