Recorded in the main auditorium of the Masonic Temple, Detroit, Michigan.
Label: H. & L. Record Co. – HL-8452-S Series: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection – Vol 3 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Date of released: 1976 Category: Brass & Military Style: Marches. Genre: Brass & Military. Musician: John Philip Sousa. Band – The Detroit Concert Band. Clarinet – Edmund C. Wall. Composed By – John Philip Sousa. Conductor, Liner Notes – Leonard B. Smith. Cornet – David Zauder. Recorded By – Jack Renner.
Leonard B. Smith and The Detroit Concert Band. 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!
Album by. Leonard B. Smith Leonard B. Detroit Concert Band Detroit Concert Band. The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa2001. George Washington Bicentennial March, March for Band. 9. A Century of Progess, March for Band. 10. The Gallant Seventh, March for Band.
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A Sousa Kaleidoscope, Marches By John Sousa. The Detroit Concert Band, conducted by Leonard B. H&L Record Co. HL 82480-S stereo. Near Mint record, Very Good cover John philip sousa record lp - marches - 1960 - design records - stereo - DLP95. John philip sousa a sousa potpourri vol. 4 mint sealed lp record h&L records. Condition is New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Over 30,000 collectible records in my private stock 33 RPM John Philip Sousa – A Dynamic High-Fidelity Full Band Concert Of Marches.
By John Philip Sousa, ed. Frederick Fennell. Concert Band Conductor Score. 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).
|A1||The Royal Welch Fusiliers (No. 2)|
|A4||Power And Glory (March Of The Mitten Men)|
|B1||Sabre And Spurs|
|B2||The Naval Reserve|
|B3||The Wolverine March|
- Recorded At – Masonic Auditorium, Detroit
- Record Company – Detroit Concert Band, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – H. & L. Record Co.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – H. & L. Record Co.
- Band – The Detroit Concert Band
- Clarinet – Edmund C. Wall
- Composed By – John Philip Sousa
- Conductor, Liner Notes – Leonard B. Smith
- Cornet – David Zauder
- Recorded By – Jack Renner
- Supervised By [Production Supervisor] – Advent Records, Inc.
- Technician [Tape To Disc Transfer] – Steve Guy
- Tuba – Harvey Phillips
- Tuba, Liner Notes [Program Annotations] – Paul E. Bierley
NotesRecorded in the main auditorium of the Masonic Temple, Detroit, Michigan.
Produced by H. And L. Record Co.
© ℗ 1976 H. And L. Record Co.