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His life story was the subject of "Stars and Stripes Forever", a 1952 Hollywood classic film starring Clifton Webb as the famous band leader.
For the purpose of demonstration of this technology, the writer will create a Listening Test for Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever using Google Forms.
The John Phillip Sousa Band played their leader's new march, "Stars and Stripes Forever," at the corner of Lamer and Brush streets in Detroit.
Selections will include Stars and Stripes Forever and King Cotton by John Philip Sousa, Dixieland Live!
Throughout, the orchestra played with considerable skill, especially in Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever and a selection from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.
Sousa, a man of letters and author of several books, also wrote words for "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (see below).
A rousing rendition of The Stars and Stripes Forever closed the program and incorporated an additional participant who served as both conductor and piccolo player.
3, Dan Reichart's cell phone started playing "The Stars and Stripes Forever." A fitting tune, since it was heralding a call from the heavens.
Just as spectacular as the jazz/classical jamming was watching the curtain fall and curve into the shape of an American flag, with stars lighting the floor, during Glover's rendition of "The Stars and Stripes Forever (for Now)." Each night, taking shoes from the piano where a spotlit photograph of Gregory Hines sat, Glover marked a soft-shoe and dropped a little sand on the floor in honor of his late mentor.
The last piece he conducted was The Stars and Stripes Forever.
Stars and stripes forever - with home-made curtains and a neat little Argos sofa; FAMILY PICNIC: The matching aluminium furniture is from B&Q.