United States Regimental Field Band, Gerhard Gregor - Marches de Sousa flac album
Title: Marches de Sousa
MP3 album: 1378 mb
FLAC album: 1458 mb
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Genre: Military music
Duty, Honor, Country. United States Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus. 40 more albums featuring this track. Regimental Army Band. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty. Duty, Honor, Country. The Soldiers' Chorus, founded in 1957, is the vocal complement of the United States Army Field Band of Washington, DC. The 29-member mixed choral ensemble travels throughout the nation and abroad, performing as a separate component and in joint concerts with the Concert Band of the "Musical Ambassadors of the Army. The chorus has performed in all fifty states, Canada, Mexico, India, the Far East, and throughout Europe, entertaining audiences of all ages. The Regimental Band, Pipes and Drums Of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Army Airborne & Infantry.
Album · 1993 · 24 Songs. By John Philip Sousa - Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards. 5. The Washington Post. 7. The Belle of Chicago.
The United States Army Field Band of Washington, . is a touring musical organization of the United States Army. It performs more than 400 concerts per year and has performed in all 50 states of the United States and in 25 countries. It is the most traveled musical organization of the United States military. Stationed at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, the Army Field Band consists of four performing components: The Concert Band, The Soldiers' Chorus, the Jazz Ambassadors, and The Six String Soldiers.
The United States Army Regimental System (USARS) was established in 1981 to replace the Combat Arms Regimental System, to provide each soldier with continuous identification with a single regiment, and to increase a soldier's probability of serving recurring assignments with his or her regiment. The USARS was intended to enhance combat effectiveness by providing the opportunity for a regimental affiliation, thus obtaining some of the benefits of the traditional regimental system.
Marine Band Library External, for permission to reprint copies of Sousa Band tour books and to Paul E. Bierley for permission to reprint his biographical note and bibliography. In some cases, the Library was unable to identify a possible rights holder and has elected to place some of those items online as an exercise of fair use for strictly non-commercial educational uses. Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate. Chicago citation style: Four Marches for Regimental Drums and Trumpets. Harry Coleman, Philadelphia, 1884. APA citation style: (1884) Four Marches for Regimental Drums and Trumpets. Harry Coleman, Philadelphia. MLA citation style: Four Marches for Regimental Drums and Trumpets. Harry Coleman, Philadelphia, 1884
Zeneszerzők: John Philip Sousa. 02. The Charlatan March. The President's Own United States Marine Band. Sousa: Deep Cuts, Vol. 3. 02:59.
Consequently forever after everyone thought that's the way the marches were supposed to be played, and to this day all marches are played "too fast. If you think about it, a band playing a march at the "post record" modern speed would get very tired, not to mention a marching army. Try it yourself: Next time you are out for a walk at a normal pace sing or whistle a Sousa march at the speed you are walking. I have played the Music of Sousa for more then 30 years. To hear the orginal works as directed and played by the Sousa band is priceless. The Quality of these recordings are amazing considering their age. To hear the orignal meter, phrasing, and dynamics of these original recording is extremely important to anyone who is a bandsmen, and enjoys playing music of Sousa.
|A1||Washington Post March|
|A2||Stars And Stripes Forever|
|A3||Liberty Bell March|
|A4||Manhattan Beach March|
|A5||Hands Across The Sea|
|B3||Fairest Of The Fair|
|B5||King Cotton March|
- Produced At – Miller Production
- Made By – Disques Vogue
- Organ – Gerhard Gregor
NotesThe theatre organ of the North German Radio in Hamburg is known as the "Hamburger Funk-Orgel." Constructed in 1930 by master organ and pneumatic percussion instrument builders Welte and Sons, it contains 21 ranks plus four percussion batteries played through a 3-manual console. In addition an electric Hammond has been added as a separate manual. The organ speaks through two immense chambers each approximately 28'x35'x12'. Its shutters have a lightning response. It is one of the best maintained instruments in Europe today.
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- Rights Society: BIEM
|SAS 604||United States Regimental Field Band / Gerhard Gregor||United States Regimental Field Band / Gerhard Gregor - Sousa Marches (LP)||Audio Spectrum||SAS 604||US||1973|
|MD 9350 - STMD 9350||United States Regimental Field Band / Gerhard Gregor||United States Regimental Field Band / Gerhard Gregor - Sousa Marches (LP)||Mode Disques||MD 9350 - STMD 9350||France||Unknown|