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Damaspia was a queen of Persia, wife of king Artaxerxes I, and mother of Xerxes II, his legitimate heir. She was probably Persian. According to the Greek historian Ctesias of Cnidus, king Artaxerxes and his wife died the same day (424 BC, perhaps during a military expedition), and their corpses were carried to Persia. Xerxes succeeded his father, but was murdered not much later (423 BC) by his half-brother Sogdianus.

Damaspia is composed for young bands. This Egyptian flavored work is sure to be enjoyed by your audience and students.

  • Composer: Dennis O. Eveland
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  • 1:50

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