Hands Across the Sea" is an American military march composed by John Philip Sousa in 1899. The march was written in 1899. When the march premiered the same year at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, the audience insisted that it be repeated three times. The march is "addressed to no particular nation, but to all of America's friends aboard.
Опубликовано: 21 июн. 2016 г. Title: Hands across the sea march, Contributor Names: Sousa's Band (performer)Pryor, Arthur (conductor) - 1854-1932 (composer), Created, Published: Berliner Gramophone, 1899. Notes: - Possibly recorded on April 22, 1899 (date) sound disc : analog, mono. Photograph from the Library of Congress Washington .
Hands Across the Sea: Marches from Around the World. Sousa's Greatest Hits Audio CD. John Philip Sousa. 1. Hands Across the Sea, march for band. 2. Le Père la Victoire, march for band. 3. The Golden Ear. 4. Old Comrades (Alte Kameraden), march for band (or orchestra). 5. March for military band in B flat major, Op. 99. 6. Valdres March for band (or orchestra). 7. Inglesina (Little English Girl), symphonic march for band. 8. London (London Every Day), suite for orchestra: No 3, Knightsbridge March.
John Philip Sousa lived from 1854 to 1932. He was therefore not present among the Band of the Grenadier Guards, whose album of 25 Sousa marches was released by Elektra/Asylum in 1995. Sousa's brilliantly conceived and remarkably precise compositions, when rendered by an ensemble of this caliber, still convey the refreshing integrity and unity of purpose that caused his music to become so immensely popular at the end of the 19th century. Its appeal (among those who are so inclined) never diminished throughout the 20th century and has continued unabated into the 21st
Hands Across the Sea. Alternative. Nearly all of Sousa's marches were issued simultaneously in versions for Band, Orchestra, and Piano solo. php?title Hands Across the Sea (Sousa, John Philip)&oldid 2607927.
A beautiful museum quality band sampler "MH 1656 - My Beloved's Gift" from the private collection of Nicola Parkman. Reproduced by Nicola Parkman for Hands Across the Sea Samplers.