John Philip Sousa, Leonard B. Smith Conducts The Detroit Concert Band - Sousa American Bicentennial Collection Vol 1 album downloadPerformer: John Philip Sousa
Title: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection Vol 1
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John Philip Sousa, Leonard B. Smith Conducts The Detroit Concert Band - Sousa American Bicentennial Collection Vol 1 album download
The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa - Студийный альбом от John Philip Sousa, Detroit Concert Band, Leonard B. Smith. Вышел 30 октября 2001г.
John P. Sousa's wonderful Washington Post March is performed to perfection by Leonard B. Smith and the Detroit Concert Band.
The Complete Album Collection Vol. One is a forty-seven disc box set released on November 4, 2013 by Bob Dylan.
Album · 2008 · 16 Songs. By John Philip Sousa. 7. Theme and Variations, Op. 43a. By Arnold Schoenberg. 10. The Boys of the Old Brigade.
feat: Detroit Concert Band, Dr. Leonard B. 2. The Gladiator, march for band. feat: Detroit Concert Band, Dr. 3. Harmonica Wizard, march for band. 4. The Pathfinder of Panama, march for band. 5. Esprit de Corps, march for band. George Washington Bicentennial March, march for band.
Leonard B. Originally recorded for the Detroit Concert Band’s Sousa American Bicentennial Collection LP record series, these recordings were renowned for the immaculate performances of the Detroit Concert Band. The original master recordings have been remastered utilizing a number of digital processes to eliminate surface noise and tape hiss, resulting in a incomparable set of 5 CDs with the clarity of the original performances restored. An invaluable reference for any director, Sousa march enthusiast or music library!
The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa. 23 + 23 + 23 + 23 + 24.
By John Philip Sousa, ed. Frederick Fennell. Concert Band Conductor Score & Parts. Commissioned for the occasion of George Washington's bicentennial celebration in 1932, this march was premiered by the combined military bands in Washington, . conducted by Sousa himself. Now with freshly engraved parts and a brand new full score! (3:51).
The circus came to town, and the music director, walking through the streets, heard a violin beautifully played from a house he was passing by. He knocked on the door, and offered a job to the 13-year-old boy who was practicing. The boy, always independent (he had started his own dance orchestra two years earlier), decided to run away the next day and, yes, to join the circus. But his father got wind of it and the next morning marched him to the Marines, apprenticing him to the band there. After 12 years, Sousa left the Marine Band to form his own, and took American band music around the country and on multiple international tours. The operation was huge (sometimes with more than 70 players) and profitable. He hired the best players and paid them well. Detroit Concert Band, Leonard B. Eastman Wind Ensemble, Frederick Fennell.
|A2||The Liberty Bell||3:44|
|A4||The Washington Post||2:40|
|A5||The Pathfinder Of Panama||3:38|
|B1||U.S. Field Artillery||2:34|
|B2||We Are Coming||2:10|
|B3||George Washington Bicentennial||3:30|
|B4||The New York Hippodrome||3:56|
|B5||The Belle Of Chicago||2:16|
|B6||The Stars And Stripes Forever||3:32|
- Band – The Detroit Concert Band
- Composed By – John Philip Sousa
- Conductor – Leonard B. Smith