Philip Phile

Philip Phile (German: Pfeil) (c.1734–1793) was a German-American composer and violinist.wikipedia
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Hail, Columbia

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His works include a lost Violin Concerto (1787), but he is best known for "The President's March", written and performed at the inauguration of President George Washington. Joseph Hopkinson arranged the piece with lyrics and titled it "Hail Columbia".
The music was composed by Philip Phile in 1789 for the first inauguration of George Washington and titled "The President's March".

Composer

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Philip Phile (German: Pfeil) (c.1734–1793) was a German-American composer and violinist.

Lists of violinists

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Philip Phile (German: Pfeil) (c.1734–1793) was a German-American composer and violinist.

Violin

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His works include a lost Violin Concerto (1787), but he is best known for "The President's March", written and performed at the inauguration of President George Washington.

Concerto

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His works include a lost Violin Concerto (1787), but he is best known for "The President's March", written and performed at the inauguration of President George Washington.

George Washington

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His works include a lost Violin Concerto (1787), but he is best known for "The President's March", written and performed at the inauguration of President George Washington.

Joseph Hopkinson

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Joseph Hopkinson arranged the piece with lyrics and titled it "Hail Columbia".

Chestnut Street Theatre

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It was first performed by at the Chestnut Street Theatre on April 25, 1798.

National anthem

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It is best known under this title and was once a strong candidate for U.S. national anthem, though today it has, unlike other candidates, such as "America the Beautiful", been largely forgotten, although it continues to appear in films set in the United States during the nineteenth century.

America the Beautiful

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It is best known under this title and was once a strong candidate for U.S. national anthem, though today it has, unlike other candidates, such as "America the Beautiful", been largely forgotten, although it continues to appear in films set in the United States during the nineteenth century.

Film

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It is best known under this title and was once a strong candidate for U.S. national anthem, though today it has, unlike other candidates, such as "America the Beautiful", been largely forgotten, although it continues to appear in films set in the United States during the nineteenth century.

Music history of the United States during the colonial era

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They published, in Philadelphia, "The President's March" in 1793; written by Philip Phile, "The President's March" is one of the most enduring of American patriotic songs.