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The Stars and Stripes Forever
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The Stars and Stripes Forever
National march of the United States
Lyrics John Philip Sousa, May 1896
Music John Philip Sousa, December 1896; 125 years ago
Adopted 1987; 35 years ago
Audio sample 3:47
Performed by the United States Marine Band
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" is a patriotic American march written and composed by John Philip Sousa. By a 1987 act of the U.S. Congress, it is the official National March of the United States of America.
1 History 2 Music 2.1 Analysis 2.2 Instrumentation 3 Lyrics 3.1 Sousa's lyrics
4 Tidmarsh's additional lyrics
4.1 Parody lyrics 4.2 Soccer chants
5 Variations and notable uses
6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading 9 External links
In his 1928 autobiography, , Sousa wrote that he composed the march on Christmas Day, 1896. He was on board an ocean liner on his way home from a vacation with his wife in Europe and had just learned of the recent death of David Blakely, the manager of the Sousa Band. He composed the march in his head and committed the notes to paper on arrival in the United States. It was first performed at Willow Grove Park, just outside Philadelphia, on May 14, 1897, and was immediately greeted with enthusiasm. Following an Act of Congress in 1987, it was officially adopted as the national march of the United States of America.
Historically, in show business and particularly in theater and the circus, this piece is called "the Disaster March." In the early 20th century, when it was common for theaters and circuses to have house bands, this march was a traditional code signaling a life-threatening emergency. It subtly notified personnel of emergency situations and ideally allowed them to organize the audience's exit without causing the chaos and panic that an overt declaration might. Except for impending disaster, circus bands never played the tune under any circumstances. One memorable example of its use was during the Hartford circus fire of July 6, 1944. At least 168 people were killed, though some estimates are much higher.
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"The Stars and Stripes Forever" (4:32)
1909 Edison Records recording of Sousa's Band in the form: Introduction, first strain, second strain, trio, breakstrain, trio with obbligato, repeat of breakstrain, grandioso, da capo repeat of introduction, first strain, second strain, trio, breakstrain, and grandioso
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" (3:36)
United States Marine Band, following the more traditional military march form
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" (4:13)
The Stars and Stripes Forever for 1 Piano, 4 Hands. Arranged by American concert pianist Giorgi Latso, performed by The Latsos Piano Duo
"The Stars and Stripes Forever" follows the standard U.S. military march form—of repeated phrasing of different melodies performed in sections called strains: a Sousa legacy. Performances vary according to the arrangements of individual band directors or orchestrators, especially regarding tempo and the number and sequence of strains employed.
A typical performance of the march begins with the four-bar introduction, following with the first strain, which is repeated; then the second strain, which is also repeated; and sometimes both are repeated again if (the band is) marching in parade (or the breakstrain may be interjected and repeated). Now follows the dominant woodwinds in the first run of the famous Trio strain—familiar to many for the nonsense lyrics: "Be kind to your web-footed friends..."—which repeats, and later repeats again as the piccolos obligato. (Here, in some performances, Sousa's patriotic lyrics may be sung in a choral overlay.) Then follows the breakstrain, the final strain, and the breakstrain repeated. The final repeats of the Trio (the Grandioso) render the famous obligato of the piccolo players — joined to a subdued but prominent countermelody by the brass section, then bringing everything to a close with once-more repeats of the grand finale.
Sousa explained to the press that the three themes of the final trio were intended to represent the three regions of the United States. The broad melody, or main theme, portrays the North. The South is represented by the famous piccolo obligato, and the West by the bold countermelody of the trombones. The three come together in the climax, representing the Union itself.
This is scored for an orchestra consisting of two flutes, piccolo, two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, four horns, two trumpets, three trombones, tuba, timpani, cymbals, bass drum, snare drum, glockenspiel, and strings.
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Stars and Stripes Forever
Arthur Fiedler feat. Boston Pops Orchestra
I was searching
You were on a mission
Then our hearts combined like
A neutron star collision
I have nothing left to lose
You took your time to choose
Then we told each other
With no trace of fear that...
Our love would be forever
And if we die We die together And lie, I said never
Cause our love would be forever
The world is broken
Halos fail to glisten
You try to make a difference
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But no one wants to listen
The preachers, fake and proud
Their doctrines will be cloud
Then they'll dissipate
Like snowflakes in an ocean
Love is forever
And we'll die, we'll die together
And lie, I say never
Cause our love could be forever
Now I've got nothing left to lose
You take your time to choose
I can tell you now without a trace of fear
That my love will be forever and we'll die we'll die together
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