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  • a.k.a.: John Philip de Sousa, The March King
  • American
  • 6th November 1854 - 6th March 1932
  • You may know him for: Liberty Bell March, Stars and Stripes Forever, Washington Post March

Phillip Sousa was born Washington, D.C. to a Portuguese father and a German mother, and his early life was already filled with music (his father was a trombonist).

Semper Fidelis (1889) became the official march of the United States Marine Corps. He wrote The Washington Post March for an essay contest awards ceremony for the Washington Post newspaper. Sousa subsequently known as “The March King”. In 1893 he composed The Liberty Bell March, which is known to most people as the theme song for Monty Python’s Flying Circus. The fourth march worth mentioning is The Stars And Stripes Forever, which is also known as the National March of the United States of America. Sousa even had an instrument made to his own specification (being dissatisfied with the sound of tubas), which subsequently became known as the sousaphone and has become a mainstay in marching bands.

Song Title Arrangements Image
A Collection of Marches for Piano - Easier Levels 4  
A Collection of Marches for Piano - Harder Levels 4  
A Collection of Marches for Piano - Medium Levels 5  
Liberty Bell 2
Piano
Liberty Bell
Liberty Bell March 2
Guitar TAB, Lead Sheet
Liberty Bell March
Semper Fidelis 7
Piano
 
Stars & Stripes Forever 1
Piano
Stars & Stripes Forever
Stars And Stripes Forever 8
Piano, Ukulele
Stars And Stripes Forever
Stars and Stripes 1
Piano
Stars and Stripes
The Liberty Bell 1
Piano
The Liberty Bell
The Liberty Bell March 6
Piano
 
The Stars And Stripes Forever 17
Piano, Brass Quintet, Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba
 
The Washington Post 2
Piano
The Washington Post
The Washington Post March 7
Piano
 
Washington Post March 3
Piano, PVG, Vocal, Guitar
Washington Post March