Sousa Liberty Bell for String Orchestra

By: Sousa
For: String orchestra
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Paul Wood
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Classical music
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"The Liberty Bell" came very close to being called "The Devil's Deputy." But due to financial arguments, Sousa abandoned this title and its soon-to-be dedication.

Sousa and his band manager George Hinton were touring in Chicago observing the spectacle America, when a large backdrop depicting the Liberty Bell was lowered. Hinton suggested the title "The Liberty Bell" for Sousa's recently completed march.

Coincidentally, Sousa received a letter from his wife, saying that his son had marched in a parade in honor of the Liberty Bell, which was on tour in Philadelphia.

These two events helped Sousa make up his mind. The march was named "The Liberty Bell" and sold to the John Church Company for publication. It brought Sousa a very large sum of money.

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