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Wolverine March

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Concert Band
Composer John Philip Sousa
Arranger Robert E Foster
Publisher Wingert-Jones Music Publications
Catalog # 3016041

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Wolverine March Composed by John Philip Sousa. Arranged by Robert E Foster. For Concert Band. Published by Wingert-Jones Music Publications. (Catalog # 3016041, UPC: 822424027377)

In 1881, after being named conductor of the United States Marine Band, Sousa composed six new marches to add to the bands repertoire. One of them, Wolverine March, was "respectfully dedicated to His Excellency Hon. David H. Jerome, Governor of Michigan, and Staff." Lively, bright, and stylish, its tuneful quality makes it a natural march addition to concert band programs. As an additional note, Sousa wrote another march in 1926 which he called The Pride of the Wolverines; and while the titles are similar, they are distinctly separate marches and should not be confused with each other.
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