List of compositions by John Philip Sousa

Summary

John Philip Sousa

This is a list of compositions by John Philip Sousa.

By genre

Sources:[1][2]

Concert Pieces

  • The Summer Girl (1901)
  • Willow Blossoms (1916)

Fantasies

  • In The Sweet Bye and Bye (1876)
  • Sounds from the Revivals (1876)
  • The International Congress (1876)
  • Medley (1877)
  • Adamsonia (1879)
  • Home Sweet Home (1879)
  • In Parlor and Street (1880)
  • Out of Work (1880)
  • Tyrolienne (1880)
  • Under the Eaves (1880)
  • The Blending of the Blue and the Gray (1887)
  • Songs of Grace and Glory (1892)
  • The Salute of the Nations (1893)
  • Rose, Thistle and Shamrock (1901)
  • In the Realm of the Dance (1902)
  • Tipperary (1915)
  • On the 5:15 (1916)
  • In Pulpit and Pew (1917)
  • A Study in Rhythms (1920)
  • An Old-Fashioned Girl (1922)
  • Music of the Minute (1922)
  • The Merry-Merry Chorus (1923)
  • On With The Dance (1923)
  • Assembly of the Artisans (1924)
  • Jazz America (1925)
  • Where My Dreams Come True (1929)

Humoresques

  • Look for the Silver Lining (1885)
  • A Little Peach in the Orchard Grew (1885)
  • The Stag Party (1885)
  • Good-Bye (1892)
  • The Band Came Back (1895)
  • Showing Off Before Company (1919)
  • Smiles (1919)
  • Swanee (1920)
  • Gallagher and Shean (1923)
  • What Do You Do Sunday, Mary? (1924)
  • The Mingling of the Wets and the Drys (1926)
  • Follow the Swallow (1926)
  • Oh, How I’ve Waited For You (1926)
  • Among My Souvenirs (1928)

Marches

  • Review (1873)
  • Salutation (1873)
  • The Phoenix March (1875) (lost)
  • Revival March (1876)
  • The Honored Dead (1876)
  • Across the Danube (1877)
  • Esprit de Corps (1878)
  • Globe and Eagle (1879)
  • On the Tramp (1879)
  • Resumption March (1879)
  • Our Flirtations (1880)
  • Recognition March (1880)
  • Guide Right (1881)
  • President Garfield's Inauguration March (1881)
  • In Memoriam: President Garfield's Funeral March (1881)
  • Right Forward (1881)
  • Yorktown Centennial (1881)
  • Congress Hall (1882)
  • Bonnie Annie Laurie (1883)
  • Mother Goose (1883)
  • Pet of the Petticoats (1883)
  • Right-Left (1883)
  • Transit of Venus (1883)
  • The White Plume (1884)
  • Mother Hubbard March (1885)
  • Sound Off (1885)
  • The Mikado March (1885) (utilizes themes from The Mikado)
  • The Gladiator March (1886)
  • The Rifle Regiment (1886)
  • The Occidental (1887)
  • Ben Bolt (1888)
  • National Fencibles (1888)
  • Semper Fidelis (1888) (Official march of the United States Marine Corps)
  • The Crusader (1888)
  • The Picadore (1889)
  • The Quilting Party March (1889)
  • The Thunderer (1889)
  • The Washington Post March (1889)
  • Hurray (1890)
  • Corcoran Cadets (1890)
  • High School Cadets (1890)
  • The Loyal Legion (1890)
  • The Wolverine March (1891)
  • Homeward Bound (1891-92)
  • March of the Royal Trumpets (1892)
  • On Parade: The Lion Tamer (1892)
  • The Belle of Chicago (1892)
  • The Triton (1892)
  • Manhattan Beach (1893)
  • The Beau Ideal (1893)
  • The Liberty Bell March (1893)
  • The Directorate (1894)
  • King Cotton (1895)
  • El Capitan (1896) (based on his operetta of the same name)
  • The Stars and Stripes Forever (1896) (Official march of the United States)
  • The Bride Elect (1897)
  • The Charlatan (1898)
  • Hands Across the Sea (1899)
  • Hail to the Spirit of Liberty (1900)
  • The Man Behind the Gun (1900)
  • The Invincible Eagle (1901) (Official interim march of the U.S. Space Force)[3]
  • The Pride Of Pittsburgh: Homage To Pittsburgh (1901)
  • Imperial Edward (1902)
  • Jack Tar (1903)
  • The Diplomat (1904)
  • The Free Lance (1906)
  • Powhatan's Daughter (1907)
  • Fairest of the Fair (1908)
  • The Glory of the Yankee Navy (1909)
  • The Federal (1910)
  • From Maine to Oregon (1913)
  • Colombia's Pride (1914)
  • The Lamb's March (1914)
  • The New York Hippodrome (1915)
  • The Pathfinder of Panama (1915)
  • America First (1916)
  • Boy Scouts of America (1916)
  • March of the Pan Americans (1916)
  • Liberty Loan (1917)
  • The Naval Reserve (1917)
  • The White Rose (1917)
  • U.S. Field Artillery March (1917) (Official march of the United States Army)
  • Wisconsin Forward Forever (1917)
  • Anchor and Star (1918)
  • Flags of Freedom (1918)
  • Sabre and Spurs (1918)
  • Solid Men to the Front (1918)
  • The Chantyman's March (1918)
  • The Volunteers March (1918)
  • USAAC March (1918)
  • Wedding March (1918)
  • Bullets and Bayonets (1919)
  • The Golden Star (1919)
  • Comrades of the Legion (1920)
  • On the Campus (1920)
  • Who's Who In Navy Blue (1920)
  • Keeping in Step With the Union (1921)
  • The Dauntless Battalion (1922)
  • The Gallant Seventh (1923)
  • March Of The Mitten Men: Power And Glory (1923)
  • Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
  • Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (1924)
  • Marquette University March (1924)
  • The Black Horse Troop (1924)
  • The National Game (1925)
  • Universal Peace (1925-26)
  • Old Ironsides (1926)
  • Sesqui-Centennial Exposition March (1926)
  • The Gridiron Club (1926)
  • The Pride Of The Wolverines (1926)
  • Magna Carta (1927)
  • Riders for the Flag (1927)
  • The Atlantic City Pageant (1927)
  • Minnesota March (1927)
  • Golden Jubilee (1928)
  • New Mexico (1928)
  • Prince Charming (1928)
  • University Of Nebraska (1928)
  • Daughters of Texas (1929)
  • Foshay Tower–Washington Memorial March (1929)
  • La Flor De Sevilla (1929)
  • The Royal Welch Fusiliers (1929) (rewritten in 1930)
  • University of Illinois (1930)
  • Harmonica Wizard March (1930)
  • The Legionnaires (1930)
  • The Salvation Army (1930)
  • The Wildcats: Salute To Kansas (1930-31)
  • A Century of Progress (1931)
  • Kansas Wildcats (1931)
  • The Aviators (1931)
  • The Circumnavigators Club (1931)
  • The Northern Pines (1931)
  • George Washington Bicentennial March (1932)
  • Library of Congress (1932, unfinished)

Operettas

Title Year
"Katherine" 1879
"Florine" 1881
"The Smugglers" 1882
"Désirée" 1883
"The Queen of Hearts" 1885
"The Wolf" 1888
"The Devil's Deputy" 1893
"El Capitan" 1895
"The Bride Elect" 1897
"The Charlatan" 1898
"Chris and The Wonderful Lamp" 1899
"The Free Lance" 1905
"The American Maid" 1909
"The Irish Dragoon" 1915
"The Victory" 1915

Overtures

  • Rivals (1877)
  • Tally-Ho! (1886)
  • Vautour: Sans Souci (1886)
  • The Lamb's Gambol (1914)

Songs and Other Vocal Works

  • Fall Tenderly, Roses (1869)
  • Day and Night (1873)
  • Wilt Thou Be True (1873)
  • Te Deum in B-Flat (1874)
  • O My Country (1874)
  • Only a Dream (1876)
  • Only Thee (1876)
  • Ah Me! (1876)
  • The Song of the Sea (1876)
  • The Magic Glass (1877)
  • The Free Lunch Cadets (1877)
  • Love Me Little, Love Me Long (1877)
  • Lonely (1877)
  • Hoping (1877)
  • ‘Deed I Has to Laugh (1877)
  • Mavourneen Asthore (1878)
  • Smick, Smack, Smuck (1878)
  • When He Is Near (1880)
  • Pretty Patty Honeywood (1881)
  • A Rare Old Fellow (1881)
  • Star of Light (1882)
  • We’ll Follow Where the White Plume Waves (1884)
  • The Window Blind (1887)
  • Sweet Miss Industry (1887)
  • My Own, My Geraldine (1887)
  • O Ye Lilies White (1887)
  • I Wonder (1888)
  • O’Reilly’s Kettledrum (1889)
  • Do We? We Do (1889)
  • Love That Comes When May-Roses Blow (1889)
  • 2:15 (1889)
  • There’s Something Mysterious (1889)
  • You’ll Miss Lots of Fun When You’re Married (1890)
  • Nail the Flag to the Mast (1890)
  • Reveille (1890)
  • Stuffed Stork (1894)
  • Maid of the Meadow (1897)
  • The Trooping of the Colors (1898) (pageant)
  • Oh, Why Should the Spirit of Mortal Be Proud? (1899) (hymn)
  • It’s a Thing We Are Apt to Forget (1900)
  • The Messiah of Nations (1902) (hymn)
  • I’ve Made My Plans for the Summer (1907)
  • The Belle of Bayou Teche (1911)
  • The Milkmaid (1914)
  • We March, We March to Victory (1914) (hymn)
  • Boots (1916)
  • I Love Jim (1916)
  • Come Laugh and Be Merry (1916)
  • The Song of the Dagger (1916)
  • Blue Ridge, I’m Coming Back to You (1917)
  • The Love That Lives Forever (1917)
  • When the Boys Come Sailing Home! (1918)
  • We Are Coming (1918)
  • The Toast (1918)
  • Pushing On (1918)
  • Lovely Mary Donnelly (1918)
  • In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow (1918)
  • The Fighting Race (1919)
  • Non-Committal Declarations (1920) (vocal trio)
  • The Last Crusade (1920) (ballad)
  • While Navy Ships Are Coaling (1923)
  • The Journal (1924)
  • A Serenade in Seville (1924)
  • There’s a Merry Brown Thrush (1926)
  • Crossing the Bar (1926)
  • Forever and a Day (1927)
  • Love’s Radiant Hour (1928)
  • Annabel Lee (1931)

Suites

  • The Last Days of Pompeii (1893)
  • Three Quotations (1895)
  • Looking Upward (1902)
  • At the King's Court (1904)
  • People Who Live in a Glass House (1909)
  • Dwellers of a Western World (1910)
  • Tales of a Traveler (1911)
  • Impressions at the Movies (1915)
  • Camera Studies (1920)
  • Leaves From My Notebook (1922)
  • Cubaland (1925)

Tone Poem

  • Sheridan's Ride (1890)
  • The Chariot Race (1891)

Trumpet and Drum

  • Four Marches For Regimental Drums And Trumpets (1884)
  • Funeral March (1886)
  • Gallant And Gay We'll March Away (1886)
  • Good-Bye, Sweet Nannie Magee (1886)
  • Hannah, My True Love (1886)
  • Here's To Your Health, Sir! (1886)
  • Hurrah! We Are Almost There (1886)
  • Waltz (1886)
  • With Steady Step (1886)

Waltzes and Other Dances

  • Moonlight on the Potomac (1872)
  • Cuckoo (1873) (galop)
  • La Reine D’Amour (1874)
  • Alexander (1876) (gavotte)
  • Myrrha (1876) (gavotte)
  • Sardanapalus (1877)
  • Silver Spray (1878) (schottische)
  • Paroles D’Amour (1880)
  • Intaglio Waltzes (1884)
  • Wissahickon (1885)
  • Presidential Polonaise (1886)
  • Sandalphon Waltzes (1886)
  • La Reine de la Mer (1886)
  • The Coquette (1887) (caprice)
  • The Colonial Dames (1896)
  • The Lady of the White House (1897)
  • Queen of the Harvest (1899) (quadrille)
  • The Gliding Girl (1912) (tango)
  • With Pleasure (Dance Hilarious) (1912)
  • Love’s But A Dance, Where Time Plays The Fiddle (1923) (foxtrot)
  • Peaches and Cream (1924) (foxtrot)
  • The Coeds of Michigan (1925)

References

  1. ^ "Works". John Philip Sousa. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  2. ^ "The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa". www.marineband.marines.mil. Retrieved 2020-05-02.
  3. ^ "Official Interim Space Force March". DVIDS. Retrieved 2021-02-08.