Parts printed with William Billings' America.
The" Federal March" is the first piece of music composed specifically for the American nation. It was written to celebrate the ratification of the Constitution by ten of the new states and first played July 4, 1788, in Philadelphia.
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This work is part of The Bicentennial Musical Celebration published by JCPenney in 1975. More information and program notes are available from the original program booklets.
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—JCPenney, About the Celebration, page 4.
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The Federal March