Definition of Sousa, John Philip in English:

Sousa, John Philip

Syllabification: Sou·sa, John Philip
Pronunciation: /ˈso͞ozə
 
/
( 1854–1932), US composer and conductor; known as the March King. His works include more than a hundred marches, for example The Stars and Stripes Forever, King Cotton, and Hands Across the Sea. The sousaphone, invented in 1898, was named in his honor.

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