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Meet the Author. Suddenly, I began to sense a rhythmic beat of a band playing within my brain. Throughout the whole tense voyage, that imaginary band continued to unfold the same themes, echoing and re-echoing the most distant melody. I did not transfer a note of that music to paper while I was on the steamer, but when we reached shore, I set down the measures that my brain-band had been playing for me, and not a note of it has ever changed.
Although the piece is always played as an instrumental, Sousa did set words -- somewhat triumphalistic by today's standards -- to it. Let martial note in triumph float And liberty extend its might hand A flag appears 'mid thunderous cheers, The banner of the Western land. Rau, publisher, c Sousa always wore a neat military-like uniform when he conducted, displayed a lot of vim and vigor on stage, and carried himself with remarkably fine posture. He was the prolific composer of 15 operettas, 70 songs, numerous overtures, concert pieces, vocal works, waltzes, books and articles, along with his marches.
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Fritze, Sousa's Band. After William G. Schulze, New Haven, CT, c Boehm and Mendler, Munich, The "Flute in C" with silver keys and ferrules was used for 11 years by Mr. Louis P. Fritze, a member of the Sousa Band. He played it in the Band's around-the-world tour. It has been repaired by a broad silver band at the socket of the head-joint and had mother-of-pearl set in the "stopper.
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