“The Liberty Bell”’s WWI cousin, in lilting 6/8 march tempo. Complete with unique chromatic chime solos and great parade drum effects. “Liberty Loan” was the name for the US Government bonds sold to aid in the war effort and John Philip Sousa was the government’s best salesman. Sousa’s recording of this march was one of the top-selling recordings during the First World War.
|Extra full score||WBM-4355-01||$10.00|
|Oversized, spiral-bound score||WBM-4355-75||$25.00|