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Sousa, John Philip

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An American composer and conductor particularly well-known for his military and patriotic marches, including "Stars and Stripes Forever" (the the National March of the USA), and "Semper Fidelis" (official march of the US Marine Corps). Born 1854, and died 1932.
  • The John Philip Sousa Foundation

    Promotes international understanding through the medium of band music. Includes news, contacts, and details of their projects and awards.

  • The March King: John Philip Sousa

    The Library of Congress's online presentation of manuscripts, photographs, music, and historical recordings of the Sousa Band from the Sousa Collection.

  • The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music(SACAM)

    Documents America's local and national music history and its diverse cultures; includes a guide to their collections and acquisitions, events, and resources.

  • Sousa: The March King

    A biography of the composer of "Stars and Stripes Forever", with a list of his works; produced for a PBS program about Independence Day celebrations.

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