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Washington Post, The

Title: Washington Post, The
Voicing/Format: Concert Band
Publisher: Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Arranger: Story, Michael
Catalog #: BD9845
Series: Young Band

Price: $60.00
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When one thinks of marches, more than likely the first name to come to mind is John Philip Sousa. As probably the best-known leader of the Marine Band in it s early years, he has a formidable legacy. Although he is stereotyped as a mar ch writer, he did compose in many other forms, but it is the march for which h e is remembered. Michael Story removes the technical difficulties, but the int egrity shines through. This is possibly the classic of all marches! (1:54)
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