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The Flutists Of The John Philip Sousa’S Band: A Study Of The Flute Section And Soloists, Ramon Da Silva Moraes Apr 2018

The Flutists Of The John Philip Sousa’S Band: A Study Of The Flute Section And Soloists, Ramon Da Silva Moraes

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The Sousa Band is widely known because of its leader and his compositions. Although it was one of the most successful ensembles in history, most of the instrumentalists and individuals who contributed to its success have had their legacies forgotten. The flute section of the Sousa Band is an example of a group of musicians who were recognized as some of the best in the United States during their time, but are neglected by the present flute community.

My research focused on gathering data about the flute section and the individuals who were instrumental for the creation and development of ...


Volume 28, Number 10 (October 1910), James Francis Cooke Oct 1910

Volume 28, Number 10 (October 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music the American People Demand (interview with John Philip Sousa)

Scharwenka on Listening to One's Playing

Failure of Gounod's Faust

Heredity and Music: Remarkable Instances of the Manner in Which Musical Talent Has been Communicated from One Generation to Another

Some Great Virtuosos of the Present Day

Clara Schumann on Ear Training

Talk with Svendsen

Preparing the Hands for Advanced Pianoforte Study

Better Understanding of the Double Bar

Vital Defects of Most Pianists

Some Distinctions in Musical Terms