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Sousa Marches Recorded by the Sousa Band [sound recording]

Sousa, John Philip
Format
Sound Recording; CD
Description
3 sound discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Marches
Publication
Camus, WA : Crystal Records, p2000.
Publisher no.
CD461--CD463 Crystal Records
Tracks
  • v. 1. Introductory speech / by John Philip Sousa ; The stars and stripes forever ; The honored dead ; The Mikado march ; Mother Hubbard ; The gladiator ; Semper fidelis ; The picador ; The thunderer ; The Washington Post ; Corcoran Cadets ; The high school cadets ; The beau ideal ; The liberty bell ; Manhattan Beach ; The directorate ; King Cotton ; El capitan ; The bride elect ; March from The charlatan ; Hands across the sea ; Hail to the spirit of liberty ; The man behind the gun ; The invincible eagle ; The stars and stripes forever
  • v. 2. Imperial Edward coronation march ; Jack tar ; The diplomat ; The free lance ; Powhatan's daughter ; The fairest of the fair ; The glory of the Yankee navy ; The federal ; The stars and stripes forever ; The lambs' march ; New York Hippodrome ; The pathfinder of Panama ; Liberty loan ; U.S. field artillery ; Bullets and bayonets ; The chantyman's march ; Sabre and spurs ; Solid men to the front ; Wedding march
  • v. 3. The golden star ; Comrades of the legion ; On the campus ; Who's who in navy blue ; Keeping step with the Union ; The dauntless battalion ; The gallant Seventh ; Nobles of the mystic shrine ; Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company ; The Black Horse troop ; The national game ; The Gridiron Club ; The pride of the Wolverines ; The sesquicentennial exposition march ; Riders for (of) the flag ; Golden jubilee ; The harmonica wizard ; The Royal Welch Fusiliers (no. 20 ; The Salvation Army ; Sabre and spurs ; Solid men to the front ; The stars and stripes forever
Performers
Sousa Band ; John Philip Sousa, Arthur Pryor, conductors ; various other conductors.
Recording Info
Recorded between 1897-1930.
Notes
  • Compact disc.
  • Program notes in English (45 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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    a| Recorded between 1897-1930.
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    a| Popular music y| 1891-1900.
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    a| Popular music y| 1901-1910.
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    a| Popular music y| 1911-1920.
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