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The Stars and Stripes ForeverBy John Philip Sousa
“The Stars and Stripes Forever” was composed by John Philip Sousa on December 25, 1896.This piece is now the national march of the United states John Philip Sousa
Listen for these sections:Scored for Band Listen for these sections:
Flutes and Piccolos WOODWINDS Saxophones Bassoons Clarinets Oboes
Trombones Trumpets BRASS French Horns Baritones and Tubas
Timpani Cymbals PERCUSSION Snare Drums Bass Drums
Two beats to a measure, the half note gets one beat.This march is in cut time Two beats to a measure, the half note gets one beat. & &
Listen for the dynamic contrastsThis section is piano p
The low brass have the melodyThe clarinets play a countermelody The percussion section keeps the beat
The section repeats at FORTE
Other instruments now join in.
Now listen for the change in musical style
The BRASS sections have the melodyListen to the smooth, connected style that they play This is called LEGATO
Now listen to the short and separated style that they playThis is called STACCATO
The PICCOLOS have a solo
This is the final section of the march, so is it played atFORTISSIMO
The final section is two themes played together.The piccolos play one melody, while the other instruments play another. Both themes are taken from earlier in the piece.
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