Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Ride of the Valkyries
Richard Wagner 4:49
2 Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade
Modest Mussorgsky 1:35
3 Aida: Triumphal March
Giuseppe Verdi 11:48
4 The Nutcracker: March
Pyotr Tchaikovsky 2:49
5 Pomp and Circumstance
Sir Edward Elgar 6:11
6 Symphonie fantastique: March to the Scaffold
Hector Berlioz 4:53
7 A Midsummer Night’s Dream: Wedding March
Felix Mendelssohn 4:42
8 Symphony no. 9, “Choral”: Alla marcia
Ludwig van Beethoven 3:46
9 March Militaire no. 1
Franz Schubert / Max Schönherr 4:51
10 Entry of the Gladiators
Julius Fučík 2:59
11 Love for Three Oranges: March
Sergei Prokofiev 1:34
12 March Joyeuse
Emmanuel Chabrier 3:56
13 Symphony no. 1, “Titan”: Funeral March
Gustav Mahler 10:26
14 Radetsky March
Johann Strauss Sr. 2:33
15 National Emblem March
Edwin Eugene Bagley 4:00
16 The Washington Post
John Philip Sousa 2:36
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Coronation March
Pyotr Tchaikovsky 5:14
2 The Ruins of Athens: Turkish March
Ludwig van Beethoven 1:50
3 Les Troyens: Marche Troyenne
Hector Berlioz 5:11
4 Marche Slav
Pyotr Tchaikovsky 11:25
5 Swan Lake: Wedding March
Pyotr Tchaikovsky 2:15
6 Symphony no. 3, “Eroica”: Funeral March
Ludwig van Beethoven 9:57
7 Babes in Toyland: March
Victor Herbert 3:42
8 West Side Story: America
Leonard Bernstein 1:03
9 The Carnival of the Animals: Introduction and Royal March of the Lion
Camille Saint‐Saëns 1:56
10 Carmen: March of the Toreadors
Georges Bizet 2:19
11 Carmen: March of the Smugglers
Georges Bizet 3:58
12 Colonel Bogey March
Kenneth Alford 3:06
13 American Salute
Morton Gould 4:17
14 Semper Fidelis
John Philip Sousa 2:51
15 El Capitán
John Philip Sousa 2:18
16 Seventy‐Six Trombones
Meredith Willson 1:53
17 Americans We
Henry Fillmore 2:53
18 Lassus Trombone
Henry Fillmore 2:43
19 The Stars and Stripes
John Philip Sousa 3:29

Credits

CD 1

choir vocals:
composer:
Emmanuel Chabrier (track 12)
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer) (tracks 3, 3)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1822 – 1824) (track 8)
Hector Berlioz (1830) (track 6)
Felix Mendelssohn (1842) (track 7)
Johann Strauss (Baptist, Vater, Johann Strauss I, Sr., the Elder, the Father) (1848) (track 14)
Gustav Mahler (1884 – 1888) (track 13)
John Philip Sousa (1889) (track 16)
Julius Fučík (Czech composer) (1897) (track 10)
Edwin Eugene Bagley (1902) (track 15)
conductor:
Marko Munih (track 3)
Anton Nanut (conductor) (track 13)
Vladimir Petroschoff (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 13)
Vladimir Suk (possibly Alfred Scholz related) (track 13)
Pavel Urbanek (conductor) (track 13)
dedicated to:
librettist:
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright) (track 8)
orchestra:
Denver Symphony Orchestra (tracks 2, 6, 12)
Houston Symphony Orchestra (tracks 5, 9–10, 15)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 7–8)
Philharmonia Orchestra of London (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (track 4)
Slavonic Philharmonic Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 11)
Philharmonic Festival Orchestra (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 13)
Simfonični orkester RTV Slovenija (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 3, 13)
Ukrainian Festival Orchestra (possibly Alfred Scholz related) (track 13)
performer:
premiered at:
Wasserglacis in Wien, Austria (1848-08-31) (track 14)
part of:
Works of Johann Strauss Sr. by opus number (number: op. 228) (track 14)
arrangements:
Aida: Grand March (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
Grand March from "Aida" (for organ, Lemare) (track 3)
Marche au supplice de la Symphonie fantastique, S. 470a no. 2 (for piano solo, Liszt, revised version) (track 6)
Plesový marš (track 14)
Radetzky March (for handbell ensemble) (track 14)
Radetzky March, op. 228 (catch-all for arrangements) (track 14)
Symphonie fantastique, S. 470: IV. Marche au supplice (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 6)
Symphonie fantastique, op. 14: IV. Marche au supplice (catch all for arrangements) (track 6)
Wedding March from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (for organ, Woods) (track 7)
has revision:
is based on:
An die Freude (track 8)
is the basis for:
A Last Illusion (track 8)
Euroopa hümn (track 8)
Ode an die Freude (track 8)
On the Fritz (Electronic derivative of Beethoven's 9th) (track 8)
Overture (track 8)
Radetzky Waltz (track 14)
What Is Eternal (track 8)
later versions:
March from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoven: Ninth Symphony: Fourth Movement, abridged) (track 8)
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 "Choral": IV. Finale. Presto - Allegro assai (arranged by Mahler for large orchestra) (track 8)
Vincerai per me (track 3)
地球交響曲-合唱- (Hanjuku Hero 4: The 7 Hanjuku Heroes) (track 8)
part of:
Aida: Atto Secondo (tracks 3, 3)
partial recording of:
recording of:
Joyeuse marche (track 12)
National Emblem (track 15)
The Washington Post (track 16)
Vjezd gladiátorů (track 10)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

premiered in:
Moskva, Russia (1876-11-18) (track 4)
composer:
Georges Bizet (French romantic composer) (tracks 10–11)
Henry Fillmore (track 18)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1803 – 1804) (track 6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1811) (track 2)
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1875 – 1876) (track 5)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1876-09 – 1876-10) (track 4)
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (1883) (track 1)
John Philip Sousa (1888) (track 14)
John Philip Sousa (1896) (track 15)
Kenneth J. Alford (1914) (track 12)
conductor:
Henry Adolph (conductor, an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 5)
Loic Bertrand (tracks 10–11)
Cesare Cantieri (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 10–11)
Emil Edlinger (track 10)
Alfred Scholz (tracks 10–11)
Hans Swarowsky (track 6)
János Sándor (tracks 10–11)
orchestra:
Bamburg Philharmonic Orchestra (pseudonym associated with Alfred Scholz, not Bamberger Symphoniker) (track 6)
Berlin Festival Orchestra (possibly another Scholtz pseudonym) (track 5)
Budapesti Filharmóniai Társaság Zenekara (Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra) (tracks 10–11)
Houston Symphony Orchestra (tracks 2–3, 13, 16, 19)
London Festival Orchestra (Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (tracks 9–11)
Nemzeti Filharmonikus Zenekar (Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra) (track 10)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (track 11)
Philharmonia Slavonica (an Alfred Scholz pseudonym) (track 5)
Rochester Pops (use for Rochester Pops, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, etc.) (tracks 7–8)
Symphonic Orchestra of the Ljubljana Radio (RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra) (tracks 10–11)
performer:
part of:
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 45) (track 4)
The Tchaikovsky Handbook (number: TH 50) (track 1)
arrangements:
Carmen (arrangement for strings by Louise-Andrée Baril) (track 10)
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les toréadors (catch-all for arrangements) (track 10)
El Capitán (arranged by Ruben Sanderse) (track 15)
Marche turque des Ruines d'Athènes, S. 388a (for piano, arr. Liszt) (track 2)
Turkish March (for violin and piano. arr Auer) (track 2)
Turkish March from Beethoven's "The Ruins of Athens" (for piano, arr. Rubinstein) (track 2)
is based on:
Carmen: Prélude (track 10)
El Capitan (operetta) (track 15)
is the basis for:
Zbroja (track 2)
アマール (track 4)
later parody versions:
Colonel Bogey (Dudley Moore / Peter Cook parody version) (track 12)
later translated versions:
Colonel Bogey (french lyrics) (track 12)
part of:
Carmen Suite no. 2 (track 11)
Carmen Suite no. 1 (track 10)
recording of:
Carmen Suite no. 1: VI. Les Toréadors (theme from Carmen: Prelude to Act I and Carmen: Act IV. « Les voici ! Voici la quadrille ! ») (track 10)
Colonel Bogey (track 12)
El Capitán (march) (track 15)
Lassus Trombone (track 18)
Semper Fidelis (track 14)
referred to in medleys:

Release

copyrighted by: Intersound Inc. (1993)
distributed by: Intersound Inc.
manufactured by: Intersound Inc.
phonographic copyright by: Musikförderung (for copyrights use only) (1993)
ASIN: US: B000003QWZ [info]