The Liberty Bell March
When John Philip de Sousa wrote his Liberty Bell March in 1893, he could not have imagined that a hundred years later it would become the opening tune of the legendary Monty Python's Flying Circus. And even though hearing the music makes you involuntarily think of Silly Walks and Dead Parrots, that does not diminish the power and charm of this march. It was played at five of the last seven inaugurations of the President of America.
A delightful arrangement that will appeal to everyone. Arranged for piano, violin 1, violin 2 and cello. See the first two pages of the score here.
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