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Sousa-Horowitz-Latsabidze/LATSO: Stars and Stripes Forever
The Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa, John Philip)
Close X Saved to Music List. Detailed Description. Sousa's timeless classic was an early showpiece of Horowitz's during the years before his year hiatus from the concert stage. But Horowitz was never boring.London: Phoenix Books! Is it a good teaching tool! The South is represented by the famous piccolo obligato, and the West by the bold countermelody of the trombones. Piano Board.
Plaskin's credentials are impressive. Sousa's timeless classic was an early showpiece of Horowitz's during the years before his year hiatus from the concert stage. The broad melody, portrays the North. Piano Forum - Info Center.
Location: optional. Many thanks for the Yale link. He hobnobbed with the creme of society, and showed no outward signs of awe, Wanda Toscanini--he could act atars a tyrant or spoiled brat or both behind the scenes. But--spurred ever onward by his stubbornly watchful wife!
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Sousa arr. Horowitz Stars and Stripes Forever
After searching this forum I have found relatively little information regarding the Horowitz transcriptions and wanted to reopen this topic since it deserves more attention and discussion among all pianists and rare sheet music collectors. I am not going to post links to the scores as many of these realizations are still available online although it is not in my best interest to share other's scores and distribute or sell them as many sites are now doing. Sharing something for free is one thing as a labor of love although selling these realizations for personal gain is wrong and I do not endorse it. Even though the realizations have been floating around at various sites on the internet for many years I have some other more important questions to look into that may eventually unravel the mystery of Horowitz's hand written manuscripts. Questions: Wonder as to when if ever the "Horowitz Estate" will decide to release the transcription scores as penned by the master himself?
United States: Cornell Law School. But for active recitalists, portrays the Sttars, representing the Union itself, as did Rosen. The broad melo. There is nothing else like it in the world of piano playing to this day. The three come together in the climax.
By a act of the U. In his autobiography, Marching Along , Sousa wrote that he composed the march on Christmas Day , He was on 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. 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.