Title: Stars And Stripes Forever / The Colonel
Style: Novelty, Marches
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By a 1987 act of the . Congress, it is the official National March of the United States of America. In his autobiography, Marching Along, Sousa wrote that he composed the march on Christmas Day, 1896
He was the founder and 1st leader of the superhero team, Justice Forever, until his death. He was only mentioned as "Sal" by Frank D'Amico's right-hand-man Big Joe, who found his phone, and he was thought to have been killed during an assault by the vigilante Kick-Ass, although unbeknownst to his fellow gang members at that time, it was Big Daddy who carried out the assault.
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. From the Album Classics at the Movies: Drama. Fix in Music Library.
Directed by. Henry Koster. An episode shows Sousa's Band playing at the Atlanta, Georgia Cotton States and International Exposition (1895), despite the attempt by Colonel Randolph (Finlay Currie) to cancel their contract. Sousa has his musicians play "Dixie" as they march up, putting the crowd in a cheerful mood. A listing of his song list for the performances includes "Dixie" as every second one. The crowd cheers, and Randolph welcomes Sousa. This stays relatively close to fact. Sousa tours the world, and is honored by the crowned heads of Europe.
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|A||Stars And Stripes Forever
Arranged By – Freddie FluteWritten-By – Sousa*
Written-By – Freddie Flute
- Producer – Don Reed
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