100 Famous Marches

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  • Release Date: 10/30/2012
  • Label: Altissimo Records
  • UPC: 754422010726
  • Catalog Number: 1072
  • Sales rank: 322,764

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Semper Fidelis, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (2:50)
  2. 2 H. M. Jollies for orchestra/band - Kenneth J. Alford & United States Marine Band (2:38)
  3. 3 Barnum and Bailey's Favorite, march for orchestra (or band) - Karl L. King (2:27)
  4. 4 Commando March, for band - Samuel Barber & United States Army Band (3:20)
  5. 5 The Washington Post, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (2:36)
  6. 6 Tenth Regiment March ("Death or Glory"), for band - Robert Browne Hall & United States Navy Band (2:11)
  7. 7 March of the Toys, for orchestra (from "Babes in Toyland") - Victor Herbert & United States Air Force Band (3:56)
  8. 8 Chicago Tribune March, for band - William Paris Chambers & United States Military Academy Band (3:51)
  9. 9 British Legion March - Thomas Bidgood & United States Navy Band (2:01)
  10. 10 On the Mall - Edwin Franko Goldman & United States Army Field Band (3:17)
  11. 11 Unsere Marine, march for military band - United States Marine Band & Richard Thiele (2:23)
  12. 12 Rolling Thunder, march for band - Henry Fillmore & United States Marine Band (2:07)
  13. 13 A Moorside Suite, for brass band, H. 173: March - Gustav Holst & United States Air Force Academy Band (2:55)
  14. 14 The Boys of the old Brigade, march for band - William Paris Chambers & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (2:24)
  15. 15 The White Rose, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (3:31)
  16. 16 Joyce's 71st New York Regiment March - Thornton Barnes Boyer & United States Military Academy Band (2:06)
  17. 17 The Chimes of Liberty, for band - Edwin Franko Goldman & United States Army Band (3:32)
  18. 18 Amparito Roca - Jaime Texidor Dalmau & United States Air Force Band of the Rockies (2:32)
  19. 19 President Garfield's Inauguration March, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (6:15)
  20. 20 Purple Pageant, for band - Karl L. King & United States Marine Band (3:21)
  21. 21 Americans We, for band - Henry Fillmore & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (2:49)
  22. 22 National Emblem, march for orchestra (or band) - Edwin Eugene Bagley & United States Army Band (3:03)
  23. 23 In Storm & Sunshine, march for band - John Clifford Heed & United States Navy Band (3:03)
  24. 24 The Invincible Eagle, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Coast Guard Band (3:34)
  25. 25 Emblem of Unity March, for band - J.J. Richards (Joseph John Richards) & United States Coast Guard Band (3:37)
  26. 26 Washington Grays, march for band - Claudio S. Grafulla & United States Air Force Band (3:53)
  27. 27 Colossus of Columbia - Russell Alexander & United States Air Force Band (2:29)
  28. 28 The Fairest of the Fair, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Navy Band (3:41)
  29. 29 Colonel Bogey March, for band (or orchestra) - Kenneth J. Alford & United States Navy Band (3:54)
  30. 30 Yorkscher March - Anonymous & United States Marine Band (2:45)
  31. 31 March for band ("Grandioso") - Roland Forrest Seitz & United States Navy Band (2:44)
  32. 32 The Purple Carnival March - Harry L. Alford & United States Army Band (3:32)
  33. 33 Entry of the Gladiators (Einzug der Gladiatoren), march for orchestra, Op. 68 - Julius Fucik & United States Marine Band (2:38)
  34. 34 The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (3:35)
  35. 35 American Patrol, march for band - United States Air Force Heritage of America Band & Frank W. Meacham (4:18)
  36. 36 Abschied der Gladiatoren (The Gladiators' Farewell), march for band, Op. 48 - Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg & Jeff Van Driel (3:26)
  37. 37 The Big Cage, circus galop for band - Karl L. King & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (1:28)
  38. 38 Under the Double Eagle for band (or orchestra), Op. 159 - Josef Franz Wagner & United States Air Force Band (2:40)
  39. 39 Seventy-Six Trombones, song from "The Music Man" - Meredith Willson & United States Air Force Singing Sergeants (5:50)
  40. 40 The Thunderer, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Coast Guard Band (2:49)
  41. 41 Crown Imperial, coronation march for orchestra - William Walton & United States Marine Band (8:28)
  42. 42 Bombasto for band - Orion R. Farrar & United States Air Force Band of the Rockies (2:34)
  43. 43 E Pluribus Unum, march - Fred Jewell & Jeff Van Driel (3:22)
  44. 44 Viscount Nelson - Wilheim Zehle & Wilhelm Zehle (2:44)
  45. 45 The Gallant Seventh, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Army Field Band (3:12)
  46. 46 Officer of the Day for band - Robert Browne Hall & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (2:15)
  47. 47 Valdres March for band (or orchestra) - Johannes Hanssen & United States Marine Band (3:42)
  48. 48 Eagle Squadron for orchestra/band - Kenneth J. Alford & United States Air Forces in Europe Band (3:42)
  49. 49 The Army Air Corps March ("Off we go into the wild blue yonder") - Robert M. Crawford & United States Air Force Reserve Band (1:12)
  50. 50 Salutation March - Roland Forrest Seitz & United States Military Academy Band (1:59)
  51. 51 Florentiner-Marsch for orchestra, Op 214 - Julius Fucik & United States Navy Band (5:50)
  52. 52 The Screamer, for band - Fred Jewell & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (2:06)
  53. 53 Hands Across the Sea, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (3:07)
  54. 54 Victory at Sea, film score: The Guadalcanal March - Richard Rodgers & United States Air Force Heritage of America Band (2:29)
  55. 55 West Point March, for band - Philip Egner & United States Military Academy Band (3:50)
  56. 56 El Capitan, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Coast Guard Band (2:23)
  57. 57 The Melody Shop, march - Karl L. King & U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command Band (2:05)
  58. 58 Les Patineurs, ballet (arranged by Constant Lambert; music from "Le Proph├Ęte," Act 3): Section 1 - Giacomo Meyerbeer & Jeff Van Driel (3:38)
  59. 59 Radetzky-Marsch, for orchestra, Op. 228 - Johann Strauss I & United States Marine Band (2:30)
  60. 60 Anchors Aweigh (Official song of the U.S. Navy) - United States Navy Band & Charles A. Zimmermann (2:45)
  61. 61 Smilin' Jack - United States Air Force Band & Robert S. Keller (3:26)
  62. 62 Up the Street March, for band - Robert G. Morse & United States Marine Band (2:12)
  63. 63 Inglesina (Little English Girl), symphonic march for band - Davide delle Cese & United States Marine Band (4:45)
  64. 64 Strike Up the Band, song (from Strike Up The Band; both versions) - George Gershwin & Jeff Van Driel (3:28)
  65. 65 Billboard March, for band - John N. Klohr & United States Coast Guard Band (2:22)
  66. 66 The High School Cadets, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Marine Band (2:38)
  67. 67 St. Julian March - Arthur Wellesley Hughes & United States Air Force Band of the Rockies (2:29)
  68. 68 Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1, for orchestra in D major, Op. 39/1 - Edward Elgar & United States Army Band (6:37)
  69. 69 Coat of Arms, for band (under pseudonym George Kenny) - United States Air Force Band & Kenneth George Whitcomb (4:08)
  70. 70 Repasz Band March - Charles C. Sweeley & Jeff Van Driel (3:26)
  71. 71 Second Regiment, Connecticut National Guard March for band - David Wallace Reeves & United States Marine Band (2:28)
  72. 72 The Southerner, march for band - Russell Alexander & United States Marine Band (2:37)
  73. 73 The Caissons Go Rolling Along, official song of the United States Army - Edmund L. Gruber & United States Army Band (1:09)
  74. 74 Invercargill, march for band - Alex F. Lithgow & United States Air Force Concert Band (3:45)
  75. 75 The Liberty Bell, march for band - John Philip Sousa & United States Coast Guard Band (3:45)
  76. 76 Royal Air Force March Past, march for military band - Henry Walford Davies & United States Air Forces in Europe Band (3:33)
  77. 77 Onward-Upward for band - Edwin Franko Goldman & United States Army Field Band (2:40)
  78. 78 Old Comrades (Alte Kameraden), march for band (or orchestra) - Carl Teike & United States Marine Band (4:43)
  79. 79 Bravura for band - Charles E. Duble & United States Coast Guard Band (3:00)
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