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John Philip Sousa:

The Golden Age of American Bands

From the late 1800's to the early 1900's, professional bands toured all over the United States, and many towns in this country had their own amateur bands.

Music heard in this episode:

Gilmore: 22nd Regiment March
Herbert: Serenade
Arban: Carnival of Venice
Clarke: The Debutante
Pryor: Desecration Rag #2
Fillmore: Lassus Trombone
Goldman: The Chimes of Liberty
Wilson: Music Man

Learn more about John Philip Sousa

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This Week's Quiz

Who is the father of the American concert band?

 John Phillip Sousa

 Patrick S. Gilmore

 Aaron Copland

 Leonard Bernstein

 Glenn Miller

Who was the hero of every American band?

 The conductor

 The drummer

 The librarian

 The cornet soloist

 The drum major

Who conducted the first band to regularly broadcast on the radio?

 Leonard Bernstein

 Aaron Copland

 John Phillip Sousa

 Victor Herbert

 Henry Fillmore

Classics For Kids

Our Shows

John Philip Sousa:

The Golden Age of American Bands

From the late 1800's to the early 1900's, professional bands toured all over the United States, and many towns in this country had their own amateur bands.

Music heard in this episode:

Gilmore: 22nd Regiment March
Herbert: Serenade
Arban: Carnival of Venice
Clarke: The Debutante
Pryor: Desecration Rag #2
Fillmore: Lassus Trombone
Goldman: The Chimes of Liberty
Wilson: Music Man

Learn more about John Philip Sousa

Classics For Kids


This Week's Quiz

Who is the father of the American concert band?

 John Phillip Sousa

 Patrick S. Gilmore

 Aaron Copland

 Leonard Bernstein

 Glenn Miller

Who was the hero of every American band?

 The conductor

 The drummer

 The librarian

 The cornet soloist

 The drum major

Who conducted the first band to regularly broadcast on the radio?

 Leonard Bernstein

 Aaron Copland

 John Phillip Sousa

 Victor Herbert

 Henry Fillmore

 

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