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    Very Special Video of Stars and Stripes Forever

    Here is a special performance of Stars & Stripes Forever, with the illustrious Leonard Slatkin guest conducting The United States Coast Guard Band (and adding his personal touch for the audience - you'll see what I mean):





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    Oh that's great! Thanks for sharing. I really like Leonard Slatkin. I have the recording of him conducting the London Philharmonic when he explains all the 'enigmas' in Elgars's "Enigma Variations". He really connects with the audience for sure.

    But I didn't see any euphoniums. They must have been to the left of the tubas.
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  3. That is awesome, thanks for sharing. They make it sound so easy...

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    Excellent. Never tire of that march and played exceptionally well.
    John Morgan
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    That was fun, thanks!

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    Brilliant playing and conducting. What a way to get the audience to engaged!
    Jarrod Handley

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