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John Philip Sousa and other march kings [sound recording].

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Peabody Public Library - Columbia City ESLN CD-2962 SOUSA (Text) 30403001629344 Music CDs - Easy Listening Available -

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  • Physical Description: 2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (32 p. ; 11 cm.).
  • Publisher: Pleasantville, NY : Readers Digest, [1993]

Content descriptions

General Note: Readers Digest: RS7-404-2; ACD2-5801--ACD2-5802 (on container: 404C).
Compact discs.
Program notes (32 p. : ill. ; 11 cm.) laid in container.
Formatted Contents Note: Disc 1. The stars and stripes forever/John Philip sousa's greatest hits. The stars & stripes forever ; El capitan ; The thunderer ; The liberty bell ; Manhattan Beach ; King Cotton ; The high school cadets ; Semper fidelis ; Sound off ; The Washington Post -- Great American marches. Entry of the Gladiators ; American Patrol ; Dixie ; Yellow Rose of Texas ; The National Emblem ; Colonel Bogey march ; On the mall ; Notre Dame victory march ; Service songs medley: Marines' Hymn (From the halls of Montezuma)/Anchors aweigh/The US Air Force (Song of the Air Force)/The Caissons go rolling along ; Yankee Doodle --
Disc 2. Favorite marches for orchestra. Pomp & Circumstance march no. 1 ; March of the Siamese children (from The King and I) ; Guadalcanal march (from Victory at sea) ; Grand march (from Aida) ; American salute (When Johnny comes marching home) ; Strike up the band (from Strike up the band) ; Knightsbridge march (from London suite) ; Seventy-six trombones (from The music man) ; March of the toys ((from Babes in Toyland) ; March of the Toreadors (from Carmen) ; March & Love theme (from Raiders of the Lost Ark) ; Coronation March (from Le Prophete) ; Wedding March (from A midsummer night's dream) ; Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Participant or Performer Note: Various orchestras and conductors.
Subject: Marches (Orchestra)
Orchestral music.

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