|Performer:||The Washington Post Marching Band|
|Title:||50 Fabulous March Favorites|
|Style:||Marches, Brass Band, Military|
|Other format:||DMF AC3 VOX AIFF RA AA MIDI|
The Washington Post" (often called "The Washington Post March") is a march composed by John Philip Sousa in 1889. Since then, it has remained as one of his most popular marches throughout the United States and many other countries.
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Washington Post March. Released by VINTAGE MASTERS INC. Dec 2011. The duration of song is 02:27. This song is sung by Paul Lavalle.
The CWU Wildcat Marching Band is made up of over 200 students who entertain and support the CW. .
National Emblem March. 6. I Am the American Sailor. United States Navy Band. 7. American Celebration Overture. March of the Women Marines. 26. Sound Off, Air Force Blue. US Air Force Band of the Rockies. 27. The Washington Post. 28. The Pledge of Allegiance.
Concert Band Sheet Music. This lively 6/8 march remains one of the best-known and widely performed marches. An American classic that's perfect for any program! Select a Product.
The Washington Post "(March). By John Philip Sousa (1854-1932). Arranged by Keith Brion & Loras Schissel. Duration 2 minutes, 35 seconds.
Auburn University Marching Band. University of Washington Husky Marching Band. Style: pop. Album year: 2014.
|A1||Stars And Stripes Forever; The Gladiator; Invergargill; Washington Grays; Joyce's 71st N.Y. Regiment|
|A2||Father Of Victory; Queen City; His Honor; The Man Of The Hour; Sturdy Men|
|A3||Officer Of The Day; Second Connecticut; National Fencibles; Noble Men; High School Cadets|
|A4||The Marine's Hymn; Vanguard Of Victory; Americans We; Chicago Tribune; The U.S. Air Force|
|A5||Il Bersagliere; El Capitan; The Circus Bee; Sharpshooters; Washington Post|
|B1||King Cotton; Manhattan Beach; Old Soldiers Never Die; On The Mall; Liberty Bell|
|B2||Entry Of The Gladiators; Stein Song; Anchor And Star March; The U.S. Field Artillery; Gettysburg March|
|B3||French National Defile March; The Klaxon; Youth Band Festival; Marche Lorraine; The Footlifter|
|B4||Men Of Ohio; March Of The Steel Men; Military Escort; Them Basses; Waltzing Matilda|
|B5||Semper Fidelis; Gloria; Indiana State Band; The "Leathernecks" March; Flags Of Freedom March|
|UAS 6372||The Washington Post Marching Band||50 Fabulous March Favorites (LP, Album)||United Artists Records||UAS 6372||US||Unknown|
|UAL 3372||The Washington Post Marching Band||50 Fabulous March Favorites (LP, Mono, Promo)||United Artists Records||UAL 3372||US||Unknown|