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CD 1: Disc 1: The Stars and Stripes Forever/John Philip Sousa's Greatest Hits
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1The Stars and Stripes Forever
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor)
recording of:
The Stars and Stripes Forever
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1896)
John Philip Sousa3:30
2El Capitan
orchestra:
Regimental Band of the British Guards
conductor:
Major Hillary Wilkenson
recording of:
El Capitán (march)
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1896)
is based on:
El Capitan (operetta)
John Philip Sousa2:21
3The Thunderer
instruments:
Morton Gould's Symphonic Band
conductor:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor)
recording of:
The Thunderer
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1889)
John Philip Sousa2:15
4The Liberty Bell
recording of:
The Liberty Bell
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1893)
John Philip Sousa3:28
5Manhattan Beach
instruments:
Morton Gould's Symphonic Band
conductor:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor)
recording of:
Manhattan Beach
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1893)
John Philip Sousa2:14
6King Cotton
orchestra:
Band of the British Guards
conductor:
Major Hillary Wilkenson
recording of:
King Cotton
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1895)
John Philip Sousa2:52
7The High School Cadets
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor)
recording of:
The High School Cadets
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1890)
John Philip Sousa2:32
8Semper Fidelis
instruments:
The National Honor Band
conductor:
Edwin Philip Pryor
recording of:
Semper Fidelis
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1888)
John Philip Sousa2:47
9Sound Off
instruments:
Morton Gould's Symphonic Band
conductor:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor)
recording of:
Sound Off
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1885)
John Philip Sousa2:18
10The Washington Post
instruments:
The National Honor Band
conductor:
Edwin Philip Pryor
recording of:
The Washington Post
composer:
John Philip Sousa (conductor and composer) (in 1889)
John Philip Sousa2:30
11Entry of the Gladiators
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera)
conductor:
Charles Gerhardt (conductor)
recording of:
Vjezd gladiátorů, op. 68
composer:
Julius Fučík (Czech composer) (in 1897)
Julius Fučík2:47
12American Patrol (arr. Hayman)
guitar:
Chet Atkins
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor)
recording of:
American Patrol (swing version)
composer:
F. W. Meacham (in 1885)
arranger:
Jerry Gray (US big band arranger and conductor) (in 1942)
publisher:
Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited (not for release label use! post-2008 subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment)
arrangement of:
American Patrol
F.W. Meacham3:25
13Dixie (arr. Black)
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor)
recording of:
Dixie
lyricist and composer:
Daniel Decatur Emmett (19th century songwriter)
version of:
Dixie
Daniel Decatur Emmett0:50
14The Yellow Rose of Texas
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
The Yellow Rose of Texas
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
[unknown]3:01
15The National Emblem
instruments:
The National Honor Band
conductor:
Edwin Philip Pryor
recording of:
National Emblem
composer:
Edwin Eugene Bagley (in 1902)
Edwin Eugene Bagley3:01
16Colonel Bogey March
instruments:
The National Honor Band
conductor:
Edwin Philip Pryor
recording of:
Colonel Bogey
composer:
Kenneth J. Alford (in 1914)
Kenneth Alford3:20
17On the MallEdwin Franko Goldman2:27
18Notre Dame Victory March (Shea-Shea)Michael J. Shea & John F. Shea1:59
19Services Songs Medley: Marines' Hymn (From the Halls of Montezuma) (Offenbach-Phillips)/Anchors Aweigh (Miles-Zimmerman)/The U.S. Air Force (Song of the Air Force) (Crawford)/The Caissons Go Rolling Along (Gruber) (arr. Bennett)Robert Russell Bennett4:16
20Yankee Doodle (arr. Gould)
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra (from 1958-05-15 until 1958-05-16)
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor) (from 1958-05-15 until 1958-05-16)
arranger:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor)
recorded at:
Symphony Hall (Boston) in Boston, Massachusetts, United States (from 1958-05-15 until 1958-05-16)
recording of:
Yankee Doodle (from 1958-05-15 until 1958-05-16)
anthem of:
Connecticut, United States
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 4501)
[unknown]2:30
CD 2: Disc 2: Favorite Marches for Orchestra
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1Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
Pomp and Circumstance Marches, op. 39: March no. 1 in D major
premiered in:
Liverpool, Merseyside, England, United Kingdom (on 1901-10-19)
publisher:
Sir Edward Elgar (dec’d) (composer)
composer:
Edward Elgar (composer) (in 1901)
publisher:
Boosey & Co. Ltd. (music publisher founded in the 1760s, forebear of Boosey & Hawkes)
part of:
Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches, op. 39
Sir Edward Elgar6:23
2The March of the Siamese Children (from The King and I)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
March of the Siamese Children (The King and I)
orchestrator:
Robert Russell Bennett
composer:
Richard Rodgers
publisher:
Williamson Music Company
part of:
The King and I (Rodgers & Hammerstein musical)
Richard Rodgers2:50
3Guadalcanal March (from Victory at Sea)
orchestra:
RCA Symphony Orchestra
conductor:
Charles Gerhardt (conductor)
recording of:
Guadalcanal March (Victory at Sea)
additional composer:
Robert Russell Bennett
composer:
Richard Rodgers
arranger:
Robert Russell Bennett
part of:
Victory at Sea
Richard Rodgers3:08
4Grand March (from Aida)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
Aida: Grand March (catch-all for arrangements)
composer:
Giuseppe Verdi (Italian opera composer)
arrangement of:
Aida: Atto II, scena 2. Gran Finale II “Gloria all’Egitto, ad Iside” (Popolo, Sacerdoti)
Giuseppe Verdi3:24
5American Salute (When Johnny Comes Marching Home)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera)
conductor:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor)
recording of:
American Salute
composer:
Morton Gould (composer and conductor) (in 1943)
is based on:
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Morton Gould4:21
6Strike Up the Band (from Strike Up the Band)
orchestra:
Boston Pops Orchestra
conductor:
Arthur Fiedler (conductor)
recording of:
Strike Up the Band (1927 Gershwin song)
lyricist:
Ira Gershwin (in 1927)
composer:
George Gershwin (composer) (in 1927)
part of:
My One and Only (1983 Broadway Musical)
part of:
Strike up the Band (1927 Gershwin musical)
George Gershwin;Ira Gershwin2:48
7Knightsbridge March (from London Suite)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera)
conductor:
Eric Robinson (conductor)
recording of:
London Suite: III. Knightsbridge (March)
composer:
Eric Coates (composer)
publisher:
Chappell & Co. and Chappell Music Ltd.
part of:
London Suite
Eric Coates4:50
8Seventy-Six Trombones (from The Music Man)
instruments:
The National Honor Band
conductor:
Edwin Philip Pryor
recording of:
Seventy-Six Trombones (The Music Man)
lyricist and composer:
Meredith Willson
publisher:
MPL UK Publishing
part of:
The Music Man
Meredith Willson2:34
9March of the Toys (from Babes in Toyland)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
Babes in Toyland: Act II. March of the Toys
composer:
Victor Herbert (composer)
part of:
Babes in Toyland
Victor Herbert4:03
10March of the Toreadores (from Carmen)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
Georges Bizet2:13
11March and Love Theme (from Raiders of the Lost Ark)
orchestra:
London Promenade Orchestra (before it became known as the National Philharmonic Orchestra in ca. 1971)
conductor:
Eric Hammerstein (possibly a pseudonym used by American conductor Robert Mandell)
recording of:
The Raiders March (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
composer:
John Williams (soundtrack composer & conductor)
part of:
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
John Williams4:38
12Coronation March (from Le Prophète)
orchestra:
Orchestra della RCA Italiana (established early 1960s, from the former disbanded RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra)
conductor:
René Leibowitz (conductor)
phonographic copyright by:
The Reader’s Digest Association Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1962)
recording of:
Le Prophète: Acte IV. Marche du couronnement
composer:
Giacomo Meyerbeer (composer)
part of:
Le Prophète: Acte IV
Giacomo Meyerbeer3:33
13Wedding March (from A Midsummer Night's Dream)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera)
conductor:
Charles Gerhardt (conductor)
recording of:
Ein Sommernachtstraum, op. 61 no. 7: Hochzeitsmarsch: Allegro vivace
composer:
Felix Mendelssohn (composer) (in 1842)
arrangement of:
Ein Sommernachtstraum, op. 61 no. 7: Hochzeitsmarsch: Allegro vivace (for organ, Commette)
part of:
Ein Sommernachtstraum, op. 61
Felix Mendelssohn4:37
14Battle Hymn of the Republic
choir vocals:
The National Philharmonic Chorus (of London)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music and opera)
conductor:
Charles Gerhardt (conductor)
phonographic copyright by:
The Reader’s Digest Association Limited (not for release label use!) (in 1986)
recording of:
Battle Hymn of the Republic
lyricist:
Julia Ward Howe (American poet)
composer:
William Steffe (in 1856)
is based on:
John Brown’s Body
[traditional] & Julia Ward Howe5:30