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Avowedly popular in style, spirit and feeling - and proud of it - was John Philip Sousa (1854-1932), whose march The Stars and Stripes Forever of 1897 not only brought him lasting fame among band lovers the world over, but also the handsome sum of $300,000 in royalties! Sousa, incidentally, wrote not only march music, but also successful operettas, books and poetry as well. Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in this recording from the Jahrhunderthalle in Hoechst, Germany, in 1976.

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    1976

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    0+

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  • Country:

    Germany

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