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Circa 1910: A program advertising John Philip Sousa and his band.
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March 1, 2013 We're kicking off a month of music that will make you want to kick up your heels. First up: the March King, John Philip Sousa, and the little ditty he wrote for a then-fledgling newspaper.
November 6, 2004 NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Performance Today host Fred Child about the life and music of John Philip Sousa. Sousa, often called the "March King," was born in Washington, D.C., 150 years ago Saturday.
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