|Performer:||The Chenil Military Band|
|Title:||Stars & Stripes-March / The Liberty Bell|
|Other format:||AAC AIFF AU WMA XM MP1 DXD|
The Liberty Bell" (1893) is an American military march composed by John Philip Sousa. The Liberty Bell, at the time a new composition as yet untitled, was written for Sousa's unfinished operetta The Devil's Deputy before financing for the show fell through. Shortly afterwards, while attending the Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Sousa and his band manager George Hinton watched the spectacle "America", in which a backdrop depicting the Liberty Bell was lowered
Royal Military Band Netherlands - The Liberty Bell. The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides - March of the Royal Military Academy. The Band Of The Royal Military Academy & Golden State Symphony Orchestra - Sambre et Meuse. The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides - March of the 14th Artillery Regiment. The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides - March of the 1st Wing Falcon and Wolf. The Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides - March of the Commandos Belges.
The Liberty Bell was one of the first marches that John Philip Sousa sent to his new publisher in 1893. The very introduction of this march is novel (virtually no two of Sousa 's introductions even slightly resemble each other) in its downward chromatic spiral and full stop.
Album · 2006 · 10 Songs. The Liberty Bell March. 2. Orpheus In the Underworld (Overture). 10 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes. Air Mobility Command Band of the Golden West. A Patriotic Salute to the Military Family. The Legacy of John P. Paynter.
|A||Stars & Stripes-March
Composed By – John Philip Sousa
|B||The Liberty Bell|