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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It introduced innovative visual techniques and realistic battle scenes, But it's been intensely controversial both then and now due to its positive depiction of the KKK and white supremacy. February. 9th 1964 the British invasion hits new heights in the U. S. Is the Beatles make their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, drawing an audience of roughly 74 million viewers. February. 10th 1940 animated cat and mouse Team Tom and Jerry make their debut and pushed gets the boot. The duel would appear in over 160 theatrical shorts through 1967 from three different production houses, February 11 2012, singer and actor Whitney Houston passes from an accidental drowning, considered one of the greatest singers ever. She sold over 200 million records worldwide and started a handful of movies during her nearly four decades career. February. 14th 1931 Bela Lugosi stars as the title character in the first Sound adaptation of Dracula, based on the 18 97 novel by Bram Stoker. The film lunch the Universal Studios cycle of monster movies and help make the vampire and iconic cultural figure on that's the week in Hollywood history. On I Heart radio and now look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 1915 as cap This founded the American Society of Composers, authors and publishers among the founding members of ASCAP, where the musical giants of the Time Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson, Jerome Kern and John Philip Sousa. In those days, songwriters made their living primarily from the fees earned through the sales of sheet music. This week in 1929, Sir Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident. Fleming was a young bacteriologist. Having left the plate of staphylococcus bacteria uncovered. Fleming notice that a mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria. He identified them oldest Penicillium know Todd, um, similar to the kind found on bread. On February, 14th 1929 Fleming introduced his mold byproduct called penicillin to cure bacterial infections. This week.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To the Royals for outfielder Franci Cordero and two players to be named later. Boston also received minor league right handed pitcher Josh Win Kowski and a player to be named later from the Mets. Mets received outfield prospect Khalili from the Royals and in the NFL. The Denver Broncos have released quarterback A J Boy a one year after trading for him. Boy a missed the last four games of 2020 due to a six game suspension for violations of the leaks policy on performing enhancing substances. He will also be suspended for the first two games of the 2021 season. Move will free up $11.7 million against the Broncos salary cap, and the team will now have just under $31 million worth of salary cap space as they begin to work through their offseason plan. Mandy West with your I. Heart radio sports report Need more open The free I heart radio app for the best sports stations in the country and the most sports podcasts with the biggest personalities in the game on demand. On now, Look back at this week in history on I Heart Radio This'll week in 1915 ASCAP. This founded the American Society of Composers, authors and publishers among the founding members of ASCAP, where the musical giants of the Time Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson, Jerome Kern and John Philip Sousa. In those days, songwriters made their living primarily from the fees earned through the sales of sheet music. This week in 1929, Sir Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident. Fleming was a young bacteriologist, having left the plate of staphylococcus bacteria uncovered. Fleming notice that a mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria he identified. The mold is penicillin. No, Todd, um, similar to the kind found on bread. On February, 14th 1929 Fleming introduced his mold byproduct called penicillin to cure bacterial infections. This week.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington's mall, one of 5.9 FM. W M A. L where Washington comes to talk. Oh, yes. John Philip Sousa. Great American Have they turned down the John Philip Sousa statues yet are their schools named after John Philip Sousa that should be torn down, bulldozed the Earth's halted. All the students told their racist. You know the Democrats way the Democrat Party, John Philip Sousa did write a little tune. Called the Washington Post march, among other things, But now with an tell mass and their new regime under Dr Evil, The Washington Post is adopting a new anthem. They got rid of that. Tzachi old John. Philip Sousa. Think they find this one much catch here these days. Rats you have correct. You are on the run. You collaborate. It may have been speaking of which, what's his name? Keith Overman is talking about what? What is it? Michael Trials for treason. Seven. It is. These people are fascists. They call themselves liberals, Herr Hitler's National Workers, Socialist Workers Party. Um, uh, You know, they were. They were famous villains, famous bad guys. But these guys, they're not inching closer toward them. They're very, very much like them. They don't like the First Amendment. They don't like the Second Amendment. They don't like religion. They don't like free market capitalism. Their enemies must be dehumanized in the pages of America's leading newspapers as the rats to collaborate that on Doesn't matter. You get no dispensation of your congressman Steve Scalise has already been shot once by a Democrat Party assassin or would be assassin, a suicide attacker, one of many Democrats, suicide Attackers since Obama came along See Baton Rouge and Dallas, and the list goes on New York City officers Ramos and Liu Really got the ball rolling. And then the Democrats their war on police, which is really a war on civilization and civil society on there's still dialing that up and think But this is this is the Democrat Party in 2020. And in response to Mike's call from Southern Maryland got, you know, talking to friends is hanging. I tell you, they better not come after the second Amendment. These these Biden people, uh and you know that the president the White House of still fighting the fight. But as a kind of been saying from the beginning, they're going to need this. Capricorn. One moment an obscure movie reference where you walk out with the proof proof positive and boom there it is slapping on the table. Undeniable if it's crawling its way through the courts and challenges and rejections and returns to court. That's not gonna happen in time for January, 20th. And if we don't have a Capricorn one moment between now and January 20, then I'm going to show you. Joe Biden will be sworn in as President, United States. And the fight will will continue now with the fight will continue in the courts, and the fight will continue in the public arena, and we have a spectacularly corrupt, obviously press you, You look at the Washington Post Publishing this this Joseph gerbils, propaganda and his guys not like old Ann. And over here, tell me you didn't know that this Was not only an echo of but a recreation of a reconstitution of Nazi propaganda. She knew it when she did it. Obviously I mean any that when I was 14 years old, I would have looked at this and recognized it as as Nazi propaganda. That's what it is. But there they look, these these people are anti first member their anti free speech. They kill it on campus..

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:59 min | 2 months ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I don't have to talk to him to know this. On DNO. Buddy would support him if he were to what to seize the machines. You send out the military to seize the machines. It's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. But they love here. Manga ring they love spreading this year and we had to remember Michael before the election. We had these idiots. We had recordings of these idiots. On it was which Which gang of idiots was that they were table topping. They're having tabletop exercises about election day, and they had some of their players were playing the role of the military and how the Democrats really is the military. The military would be used in the election and the New York Times was good with that they were fine with them. All right, Let's go to let's go to the telephones. Let's go Toe Marco calling from Springfield, Virginia. Marco, You're on the Chris Plante show. Good morning, Chris. Mark, Okay, I I wanted to wish you a merry Christmas and Christmas. Thank you. Yeah. And thanks for playing John Philip Sousa, The Washington Post march there. I remember the days where We couldn't play that march because of the Watergate scandal, so that was not allowed to be played there. Anyone explain yourself explain what that means when you say that Well, whenever we would do a patriotic who are we? Who are we? The Army. The Army band, The U. S. Army banding ceremony in the early seventies and late seventies Washington Post March was not one of the favorites at the time. But anyway, I also wanted to address the way we can deal with this Chinese epidemic and like that stop buying Chinese products. It's as easy as that. If you punish them financially, they'll they'll get the hint and I didn't want to comment on people like Overman and will be and how crazy they are. I remember watching, um, will be talking about how Dr Joe Biden is such a great doctor. Well, I think she needs to get that torrential a offer ahead because I think it's sucking her brain out. Just You know, it's just spooky. How these people are so deceptive. I just don't understand who would watch that show. What do they have to add anything intellectually to anything for that matter? Well, they consider to the Democrat Party is talking points and then the constant drip into the brains of unsuspecting Americans. Who are being fed the Democrat parties lines there press relations. They're trying their anger, their rage, their hatred being tube tube fed into the public discourse by By Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar on the view, and and you turn the channel and you and you get the next lunatic on the next channel, peddling the same thing networks and they're left wing lunatic hosts and you turned the late night TV and you get Jimmy Kimmel's mental illness and you turned the channel and you get Stephen Colbert's mental illness. And it's all left wing propaganda. You turn on Saturday night Live thinking you might get a laugh, and it's all left wing propaganda. It's Democrat Party.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But then there's Underwood and then who's the other one like there's Johnny over would know there's another wood in there, too. With the last name with a wood in there, there's Underwood and let me look at the Cubs roster here. Fuller Than pitched. Yes, Homer. Homer would know it's not homer wide since the wood that keeps appearing in my text messages you're talking about Sylvie? No, that's pandemic Would who used to be? It's Norwood and Underwood. And of course they have Chatwood. They've got the market on all these woods, So I mean, like they just bring in all these guys, so oh, Winkler. He's that's good times in Seattle or wherever he's been not perfectly calling him. We call him Henri Suzy to find since he took the ball is calling him Henry at the house. Yeah, let's bring in the fines. And then Underwood's got good stuff. Let's bring him up. He can't find the zone. Still, let's have him bring it. John Wick to Peril is injured all year last year with Toronto at school. He had a good last three weeks of the season. Let's bring him in Norwood nowhere. Can I ask you two questions quick. Like I'm no means I'm I was the guy that jumps on the first year manager four games in, but a Why wasn't Jason Heyward a defensive replacement late in the game and be why did he stick with with what's his face? The beardless guy? A zlotys he did he tried to shave his lock away. Don't you mean why he stuck with Kimbrel? Well, First of all, why? Why not replace What's his name? John Philip Sousa in right field, which is with J. Jason Heyward. It's a good point because that probably would have been caught. Came over, bro. So when we come back, we'll play David Ross why he didn't get Kimbrel earlier and boy like again. Kimbrel is a huge, huge problem. Huge, huge problem, but this bullpen and I got some numbers on the pen, but I want to know emotionally from Cubs fans, baseball fans. Sox fans. You got a double header today. Are you watching these games? Just like normal like, Are you living and dying on Game four with every pitch as it goes down to the wire doesn't mean more to you because you've been without sports for so long and tomorrow isn't promised, knowing that it could be taken away Or is it harder to get into all these games in the middle of a pandemic when it can be taken away? So, like a lot of people may say, Well, how could I get into the game? Sylvie? If I know, like in a week, this whole thing could be Blown up and the league go down, But I do have while I have some really good optimism on the covert front in Major League baseball, Actually, even in the wake of the Marlins news, I'm not sure you're allowed to share that on this show, but maybe we'll break training. We'll start with that will get your calls. What were your emotions? Watching the game into it is normal or not is into it because of what's going on 332 3776 in Rossi answers the Kimbrel question. You're Listeningto Bottle and Sylvie on ESPN. 1000 Chicago's home for Sports. ESPN. 1000 Chicago's home for Sports. Chicago's home for Sports on Instagram at ESPN underscore Chicago. Hey, guys. It's Sylvie from Waddle and Sylvie. Right here on ESPN. 1000 So I just refined by house and I've been telling you for years that the home loan expert in Ryan Kelly are the people that you have to be in touch with. This was the easiest experience I've ever had. Refinancing Ryan. How do you guys do it at the home loan expert? Well, I appreciate that, sir. And thank you for the opportunity of doing business together. I tell you, Although it seems like maybe you got some V I p treatment. You truly did it. That's just the way we take care of. All of our clients were known for a lot of things that the hormone expert office really low mortgage rates. Quick turnaround, giving back to the communities the list goes on. But one other item is how easy we make the process We spend hours Every day trying to improve our systems. Integrating technology. Whatever we have to do to make the buyer of the homeowner have a great experience. You don't get a lot of B s here. We'll get you signed up. We get you closed 30 days and we save your money. Get pre approved for your new mortgage out a home loan expert. Dr. The home loan expert. Hello, Fiona Residential more like For.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:21 min | 8 months ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We move into that that weekend that A national holiday tomorrow, of course, Independence Independence Day itself. Celebrating July 4th as the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. What You plan to Dio you? You commemorate Thie. The holiday based upon what really took place on that day. Has become a good day for barbecues and whatever may be trips to the beach normally parades all of which you're good, but you think about what it is that we celebrate. And is it an interesting time to juxtapose? The true revolution. Versus what we have see happen to see occurring in our streets today across the nation and the feckless response to it. On the part of people who are in coveted positions. Where they represent our best interest and have an obligation to push back on lawlessness. Are you troubled by that? Let's get your calls. 808 34 15 30. And what a text in on the text and only line it's 51881 Remember to start your message with the letters KFBK. Let's get to full sum sum. Sorry, Sacramento and check in with Nicole Cole. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on. Hi there hear you talking like you are. Thank you. Thank you very much. I love the fourth until I was born in 1951 was cramped and I loved everything about it. We definitely revisit The things that were going on a lot of the bio biography, things of that I'm lying. We watched 17 76 play John Philip Sousa. Can absolutely very patriotic. I don't know what happened, but I think public schools You know, not promoted our independence the way they should. I used to be a public school. Well, actually, I was independent studies sold. It'll teacher so I know that those homeschool have pulled that message into their studies for their Children. But I'm appalled at you. The pulling down the statues and tell me if I'd been president, they would have had to put up with me because I would have been well is interesting because they're there have been circumstances where people took him on. And not armed. Ahh, train people that are paid to do that, But ordinary people took them on and what happened in the cases that I've had a chance to see. Was they scattered like cockroaches? And so I think that speaks a little bit to their their spine. They're great if you will the people involved in the lawlessness. But what about the obligation on the part of our elected leaders and people appointed to critical positions in office to Ah to to react to that kind of lawlessness? And restore our fundamental rights. What air you disappointed in what you're saying? Extremely disappointed and everybody in the house. I think they should just clear the house. I think it's it's extraordinary and people have a legitimate Then I don't need to say legitimate. I want qualified. If they have a complaint about a statue or a monument, there is a method through which efforts can be made to reach consensus are due process to change that. But I think it's worthy of some study. By the way, you look at the 56 people who signed the declaration of Independence, and I know one of them. That was perfect, not a one. But they made extraordinary contributions to this country. The freedom the liberty that we enjoy today. The self governance that we enjoy today. But I will say this. I think it's ah think is somewhat Precarious in terms of the the raw ability to be able to rely on this our system of governance our system of of life into the future unless we take a stand And I do have very, very serious concerns about the feckless attitude that we're seeing from people who who have an obligation to engage and do something about it that call. I appreciate the call very much, and I wish you a very happy Independence Day. But squeeze orange from Folsom in Oran. Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on. John, I appreciate that. You have me. I am a 25 year.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of the time this is N. B. C. the national broadcasting company the burns and Allen show from December eleventh nineteen forty seven during that episode bandleader Meredith Willson mentioned he was born in nineteen twelve well actually he shaved a decade off as relates he was actually born in nineteen oh two in Mason city Iowa which later became the inspiration for river city innocent Broadway play the music man as a teenager Wilson moved to New York to study music that has been a few years playing flute and piccolo in a band headed up by the March king himself John Philip Sousa the music man would debut on Broadway in nineteen fifty seven and a film version came along five years later Meredith Willson's other great stage musical was the unsinkable Molly brown and he also composed the now famed holiday song it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas here and Oscar nominations composed the scores for Charlie Chaplin's the great dictator and William Wyler's version of Lillian Hellman's the little foxes I rebel attacks on wind radio was removed from the comedies to the dramas ever sent Orson Welles is hairy lying in the third man we'll be right back Johnnie Taylor Johnny lieutenant Barry homicide got messages from you three inches thick Yemen trying to get hold of you all morning exactly been a social Tehran here you know what with the murder of Dr palm was wife when I come down there to headquarters and if you're gonna boil introduce you to the man who did the killing what cars he denies it completely wouldn't but what you hear is story it's a wild one moment you're way ahead of me you're saying you've got the killer there that's what I'm saying well who is a you know what no I'm nobody seems to make a little sense when you lieutenant coming down or not right now daily stars as Johnny dog the man with the action packed expense account in radio spirits fabulous freelance collection what is a murder look like go ahead put.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Band in the first ever raider game at the Oakland Coliseum I was a mascot for the well don't Ian's marching band and I recall sitting in the brand new wooden bleacher seats near the south end zone at the Coliseum the raiders are putting the Kansas City Chiefs that day and I'd have time my best friend and neighbor Mikey's as love and I led the band out on the field to the strains of John Philip Sousa and they telecast the bands back down on live TV we could see a camera following us along the sideline on the back of a pickup truck course to games are blacked out back down in Oakland but who cares somewhere across the country me and Mike you were on TV what a thrill I grew up a raiders fan my dad introduced me to Darryl a Monica at a restaurant called Jake's line in San Leandro I remember lamonica throwing six TD passes and a half against the Buffalo Bills I also recall the heartache of all those championship game losses back to back to back to the jets the chiefs and the colds and then in nineteen seventy two the immaculate reception watching Franco Harris run down the sidelines as I paced the floor in our family room home in Oakland screaming no how could this be I remember sitting in the stands with my dad watching snake Stabler the raiders beat the dolphins in the seventy four playoffs the famous sea of hands I remember the joy we felt when the raiders finally beat the Steelers in seventy six and went on to crush the Vikings for their first Super Bowl title John Madden's big grant as he was carried off the field the raiders of my youth were big and bold and brash but blue collar the late cliff branch became my neighbor he used to.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"You know they were from up north little town near route we would then my uncle team for mentally and he had taught my dad did he told my uncle with me at my calls and we always do and D. slight call with days we get together at my grandmother's there in that little town and we would play a patriotic music and our band used to get concerts like amber sales and things but I think we you know I yeah I I really you know tomorrow I I really wanna you know I really miss those times you know they they played the stuff that like you hot and the Ohio River boat but I know years ago were little bay and I I got the the privilege of going on the tall statue does something that my dad's family and they you know saluted the flag and we do this in our band but I I I think we celebrate our independence and in different ways and it's always been music I think for a lot of Americans that's the one time that a not only do they tolerate you expect to hear patriotic music to the John Philip Sousa us yeah Hey right and that that's a part of it Dick I'm glad you called and I'm glad you saluted your family and I'm glad it is enjoyable there is well there's a short story Bonnie get short story that talks about the comfort that we feel when we're in groups of like minded people.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"That's what it's cold from Joe who earns another extra topic. Of his choosing. Okay. To remind you. I'm going to give the song title and the artist emperor three points. Utomi what TV show that song served as the theme for you can guess freely at the three point level. And if you don't get it, right? I will play you a snippet of the theme after which the correct answer is worth one point make sense. Yeah. Remind me how many sorry remind me how many points it is. If we guess just on the title, three points for your out of the blue side one point after the clip. Thank you note that the artists is usually the performer sometimes a song writer, I'm not gonna tell you which one it is figure it out steel mill situation pleased her Sarah. And I each have one steal meal guests era. I'm sorry. We'll all right. Let's throw to pick. You to see who is going to go first. We'll start with valued guest. Oh, all right. Well, we'll start with you is everybody to play. That's what is called partout. No, what's the rest of the order. I always forget the rest of the order is Tara, Tara will Tara, Sarah. I apologize. Here. You go will I will give you the name of the song and the artist if you know, the show it is theme for let me know if not we'll go to the clip the song. Bo picky. The song is heavy action by Johnny Pearson. You know, what that is? Will I think I do is that Monday night football. A little bit of extra hot great trivia, these back part of this which starts right after that clip is the inspiration for our theme here at extra great. Actually, we used it back out for like the first episode of the first run. So to Tara me. Yep. There's another easy one. Liberty bell March by John Philip Sousa. This is Monty python's flying circus. Refuses to end Sarah d bunting way down in the hole by Tom waits. Those by ringtone for a while. That's the wire. Watch. Tom waits and red Foxx might be the same person. Together. Back to will funeral March of a marionnette by Charles good node. Hint. All right. Your hint is this clip. In west showed. That is from. That is Alfred Hitchcock presents are, correct. I want to say the back half of this game is definitely harder than the first half. Who played last week? The first three are definitely the easiest of the bunch. So. Not going to be quite as easy for you. This week backed aura all look by Luchino Leaney. Rollock hint clip. Curb your enthusiasm, Sarah, d bunting maternal Primorye remorse by Mark snow. There's a good. Thira Primorac by Mark snow doing penalized for guessing getting around. No, okay. Game of thrones. Are incorrect. Your is. But. The show. That's the X-Files as one point back to Tara. Nope. Back to will. Who is like Tara, many ways your other way, cosy in the rocket by sap? He S A P P believe it's pronounce sad. Place. IRA here is your clip of cosy in the rocket. I had a little trouble this because here's a little clue. Casey don't know. Trouble trying to track down on YouTube clip of at the beginning of the shows. I could see no longer use as far as I can tell. So this is sort of like an earlier season the. This show. I I think my mother shed off to Sally Leach for knowing that this is early Grey's anatomy. Okay. To tara. Final frontier by Ernest gold. Ernest gold here is the songwriter to see now is it Star Trek is it Star Trek. About you. Actually, I just want to correct myself. I'm not entirely sure use this. You might have been the first performer, and I know there was some stuff where the the commissioned some guy to do it. Then Paul Reiser did it or something like, yes. Sarah, d bunting straight up and down by the Brian Jonestown massacre. Straight up and down. You watch Edson Benson. For that break at any point cut. It doesn't..

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Film was born in Cincinnati. He left to play trombone in a circus band, and then came back to Cincinnati to start his own band. By that time, radio had been invented and was bringing music into people's homes. Fill Moore's band was one of the first to do regular broadcasts on the radio. Another twentieth century invention, the phonograph turned out to be the death of the touring bands and John Philip Sousa's side coming. He's the one who coined the term canned music implying that recorded music, like canned vegetables was not as good as the real thing Sousa realized that once people could buy music to listen to in their own homes, they wouldn't go out to hear band concerts and he was right, your attention attention. Friends with a wave of my hand. This very, please observe me if you will. I'm professor Harold hill and I'm here to organize river city boys, ma'am. There's a Broadway show that has a direct link to the golden age of American bands. Meredith Wilson played flute and Piccolo in John. Philip Sousa's band Wilson paid tribute to his famous bandleader and others in the musical comedy, he wrote simusip man. Seventy six. Coming with one hundred and ten Hornets close at hand. They were followed by rows and rows of the finest to SOS degree. Famous ban. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter. And Bruce Ellison w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me again for more classics for kids.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Variations on the carnival of Venice attune. We know as my hat, it has three corners is by Frenchman Jean Baptiste album. One of the earliest masters of the cornet the cornet looks a lot like a trumpet both instruments have long metal tubes that are wrapped around and around. But the trumpet cube is a cylinder. It has straight sides while the cornet cube is a very long cone narrower at the top than at the bottom that cone shaped or conical to mix the cornet sound mellower than the trumpet. One of the cornet soloists in Patrick gilmore's band was Herbert l Clarke who wrote a lot of music for his instrument. Clark eventually moved on to play for John Phillips Sousa. Another star of the Sousa. Van was trombone est Arthur prior after spending time as Souza's assistant conductor. Prior left to start his own band in one of the pieces prior composed for his band, he turned opera melodies into ragtime music, which was very popular in the early nineteen hundreds. Another trombone player who started a band was Henry Fillmore..

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"When Miller was very popular, big band leader in the nineteen thirties and forties during World War Two, he conducted the army air forces banned. It was only after World War Two that the air force became a separate Franch of the US military from the army. But the air force song was written just before World War Two. When they held a contest to find a song for the army air corps, Robert Crawford a singer who was also a pilot one with off. We go into the wild blue yonder. Captain Scofield says nowadays, each branch of the military has more than one band. For instance, the air force has thirteen band stationed around the world, ten in the United States and then three overseas, and they're definitely bigger than the original military bands. Each of the bands are made up of sixty members and two officers with the exception of the band in Washington and the band and Colorado Springs. John Phillips Sousa didn't just lead the marine band. He also conducted for the navy. The official navy band wasn't formed until nineteen twenty five, but at the naval academy, there's been banned since the mid eighteen hundreds tries Zimmerman who was one of the naval academy band masters and Alfred miles a student at the academy teamed up to write anchors away. That's a w. e. I g. h. when you weigh anchor, you raise it out of the water. So the ship can leave. Captain Scofield says he definitely didn't join the airforce and then hope to get into the band. You audition for a band before you join the airforce. You will audition for a specific spot, a trumpet opening. And then if you were found qualified at that point, then you joined the air force. The same goes for all the military bands, including the army, the army band dates from the end of World War One. The official army tune the case on song was written a bit earlier in nineteen. Eight back then ammunition was carried on k. son's case on is a French word for a box on wheels army. Lieutenant Ed Gruber kept hearing men with k. sons shout, keep them rolling, and he turned that into a song the case on keep rolling along. This week was American military bands next week, some non-military American bands. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander act w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me again. Next time for more classics for kids.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"Hello, welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home. There's a very particular form that most marches follow. They start with an introduction to set the tempo, let you know how fast the pieces going. Then comes the first strain strain is the March word for a theme or melody. The first strain is usually full of energy, and it usually gets repeated for the second strain of a March. The mood changes, the tempo or speed stays the same because you're not going to change the speed at which your marching. But the melody is different. It would be logical. Think that after the second strain comes third strain. But the next section of marches called the trio with the trio, the mood changes again in the stars and stripes forever. The trio is the big hit tune of the peace. In most marches, the fourth strain comes right after the trio around things out, but John Phillips Sousa through in some wonderful extras before the end of the stars and stripes forever. Starting with this great battle between the trombones and the trumpets. Then there's a repeat of the trio the hit tune, but with the difference this time, the Piccolo have joined in here them way up high. Sousa even made up a whole story to go with the different melodies in this March. He said that the hid Kyun in the trio's stood for the northern part of the United States, the Piccolo where the south and the rowdy trombones, where the wild west Sousa made all the tunes fit together beautifully at the end. As a conductor, John Phillips Sousa, and you had a put on a good show. So he also wrote a whole set of instructions for how bands should perform the stars and stripes forever. By the end of the peace, Piccolo trumpets and trombones have all gotten up from their seats and March to the front of the stage playing straight to the audience also wrote words to the whole March. You can find them on the classics for kids web page, but you may already know some words for this March that Sousa didn't write be kind to your web footed friends. Allred duck may be some buddies. Mom be kind to your friends in the swamp where the weather is very, very, Dan. Now you may think that this is the end? Well, it is. Circuses don't go for the Duckie words, but they do have an interesting use for the stars and stripes forever. It's their disaster signal when something goes terribly wrong during a circus performance. The band starts playing the stars and stripes forever that let's all the circus people know that they need to get themselves and the audience out of the tent as fast as possible. The stars and stripes forever wasn't John Philip Sousa's personal favorite, but it is most people's favourite Sousa March next week on classics for kids. United States, military bands. I may OMI Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG, UC Cincinnati. Please join me for American military bands next time on classics for kids.

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The Official March of the United States

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

The Official March of the United States

"Only one piece of music has been declared. The official March of the United States honoured on a postage stamp and engraved on John Philip Sousa's tombstone. Sousa wrote the stars and stripes forever down on paper on Christmas day, eighteen ninety six, but he actually composed the March all of it in his head. I while Sousa was on vacation in Europe. He heard that back in the states, his business manager, the man who organized all his band tours had died. So Sousa caught the next ship home to America. The moment he got on board Souza's started hearing a band in his head playing a March. As soon as the ship docked sues went to his hotel and wrote down that March. He named it the stars and stripes forever after the American flag. He was so glad to see when he got home.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever.

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"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"john philip sousa" Discussed on Classics for Kids

"I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. John Phillips Sousa. The most American of composers was born in Washington DC in eighteen fifty. Four Sousa was the son of immigrants people born in another country who moved here. His mother came from Germany and his father's family was from Portugal, where Sousa is a very common name. Sousa's father played trombone in the United States Marine band, even before he started school. John Phillips Sousa took music lessons. He learned to play all kinds of instruments, including violin, flute, Kano, cornet, and trombone. After some neighbors complained Sousa extra help on the trombone from his stand by the time, Sousa was thirteen. He was good enough that the leader of a circus ban trying to talk him into running off with them. But when his father found out about the plan, he stuck Sousa in the marine band instead. Semper Fidelis was Souza's personal favorite of all the marches he wrote. It was even played at his funeral, although probably not as cheerfully Semper Fidelis is the Marine Corps motto. It's Latin for always faithful Sousa was pretty faithful to the marine band. He played in it for seven years after that Sousa played violin in theater orchestras, which is how he met his wife. She was a singer in production of Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. He was in the orchestra, Sousa wrote operettas to fifteen of them. Him. Eventually, John Phillips Sousa went back to the marine band and became its conductor. He led very strict rehearsals. So the band started to sound very good and Sousa made changes in the music that the marine band played. He weeded out pieces that weren't so good and added new ones that were especially marches that he wrote. The Washington Post newspaper asked John Philip Sousa to compose a piece to promote an essay contest for its readers. So he did and he named the March Washington Post the Washington Post, became a number one, hit both as a March, and as a dense in America and Europe. At that point of British writer said that if you hunt Strauss junior was the waltz king. Then John Phillips Sousa was the March king and the name March kings stuck. After nearly twelve years leading the marine band, in concerts all over the United States, John Phillips's left to start a band of his own. The Sousa band was not a military band or a marching band. It was a concert band. The famous Sousa band played to sold out houses all over America toward Europe more than once and spent all of nineteen eleven on a round the world tour. During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever. Next week, the stories, the words and some alternate words to the stars and stripes forever. I may me Lewin I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim lantern at WG UC, Cincinnati. I hope you can join me again for more classics for kids.

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John Phillips Sousa

Classics for Kids

06:00 min | 2 years ago

John Phillips Sousa

"During World War One, Susan enlisted in the navy as a band director by then he was sixty two years old and a millionaire. So he told the navy to pay him a salary of just one dollar a month. Sousa felt very strongly about training young musicians. He spent lots of time helping school bands and orchestras, and he made improvements to band instruments. The marching tuba that wraps around your body is named for him. The sousaphone. At the age of seventy seven. John Phillips Sousa was still conducting the ninety died. He had just finished rehearsing for a concert. The last PC conducted in that rehearsal was his most famous March the stars and stripes forever.

John Phillips Sousa John Phillips Washington Post United States Marine Naomi Lewin Washington Semper Fidelis Navy Marine Corps Europe America United States Portugal Kano Gilbert Cincinnati Germany Writer Strauss