Canadian Bagpipes & American Brass

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Canadian Bagpipes & American Brass brings together the Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) Pipes & Drums with the Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band of the United States Marine Corps in a stirring set of traditional and patriotic melodies. Although both bands have solo tracks here, the best selections are when they combine forces. "All the Blue Bonnets Are Over the Border" and "Flowers of the Forest/Mingulay Boat Song," performed by the two bands together, are particularly haunting.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Canadian Bagpipes & American Brass brings together the Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) Pipes & Drums with the Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band of the United States Marine Corps in a stirring set of traditional and patriotic melodies. Although both bands have solo tracks here, the best selections are when they combine forces. "All the Blue Bonnets Are Over the Border" and "Flowers of the Forest/Mingulay Boat Song," performed by the two bands together, are particularly haunting.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/29/2002
  • Label: Altissimo Records
  • UPC: 754422557320
  • Catalog Number: 5573
  • Sales rank: 204,826

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Fanfare - 3rd MAW Band (0:35)
  2. 2 All the blue bonnets are over the border @@Combined Bands (1:18)
  3. 3 The Marine Corps Hymn @@Combined Bands (0:43)
  4. 4 Pipe Major Sam Scott / Donald Maclean of Lewis - Canadian Scottish Regiment Pipes and Drums (3:05)
  5. 5 Theme - Pipe Major R. McGuire (3:10)
  6. 6 William's Lullaby - Canadian Scottish Regiment Pipers (1:35)
  7. 7 Glengarry Pipe Band (J.T. MacKenzie) / Lass O' Fyvie / Captain Horne / - Canadian Scottish Regiment Pipes and Drums (4:00)
  8. 8 The Gairloch (A. MacNeil) / Loch Duich @@Combined Bands (3:33)
  9. 9 Galician Jig @@Combined Bands (2:14)
  10. 10 Killiecrankie / Battle of Waterloo - Canadian Scottish Regiment Pipes and Drums (3:00)
  11. 11 Amazing Grace - Ian Webster (4:06)
  12. 12 Battle of the Somme (W. Laurie) / Vimy (R. McGuire) - Canadian Scottish Regiment Pipes and Drums (2:24)
  13. 13 Dead March - 3rd MAW Band (2:34)
  14. 14 Flowers of the forest / Mingulay boat song @@Combined Bands (3:20)
  15. 15 L' orpheline du Tyrol ("Seule, une pauvre enfant"), for voice & piano (Péc @@Combined Bands (2:25)
  16. 16 Going Home - Piper I. Webster (1:38)
  17. 17 To the colors, bugle call - 3rd MAW Band (0:49)
  18. 18 Retreat, bugle call - 3rd MAW Band (0:59)
  19. 19 Highland Cradle Song - Pipe Major R. McGuire (1:35)
  20. 20 The Star-Spangled Banner (National Anthem, USA), for orchestra & voice/chor - 3rd MAW Band (1:30)
  21. 21 O Canada (National Anthem, Canada) - 3rd MAW Band (1:21)
  22. 22 Scotland the brave / Black bear @@Combined Bands (2:29)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chris Taylor Drums
Brian Shaw Bagpipes
Steve Jeremiah Saxophone
Roy Lee Brown Trombone
David Stewart Drums
Sgt Antonio Acojedo Saxophone
Cpl. Suzuko Brown Flute
Sgt Shane Carpenter Percussion
Theresa Cerda Trumpet
Sandra Chiaravallotti Clarinet
Daniel J. Connelly Drums
Matthew Crutcher Percussion
Thaddeus Davis French Horn
Steve Drinkwalter Bagpipes
Stephen Eickhoff Horn
Shawn Ervi Tuba
Ronald H. Fucuals Conductor, Band
Stephanie Gomez Clarinet
Ronald Jr. Graiko Clarinet, Concert Master
Sgt Jack Grow Oboe
Luka A. Guildner Clarinet
Anthony Hernandez Tuba
Kirby Houck Jr Trumpet
Robert Hufford Trombone
Gregg Humphrey Trumpet
Sgt Melissa Humphries Trumpet
Cpl Eric Hunter Drums
Aren Kagan Saxophone
Kevin McIntyre Bagpipes
Justine Kozain Saxophone
Cpl Christine Krezel Trumpet
Jason Kropp Horn
Eric Lorbach Trumpet
Gary Louis Drums
Wendell MacLean Bagpipes
Refugio III Martinez Trumpet
Roger McGuire Bagpipes
Brett Moglia Trombone
Jasin Muffoletto Guitar, Percussion
Paul Mundt Bagpipes, Soloist
Malcolm Odell Bagpipes
David S. Pahs Trombone
Alan Perrego Horn
Adam T. Pezdek Trombone
Technical Credits
David Thompson Arranger
John Stafford Smith Composer
Bill Farrar Art Direction
Francis Scott Key Composer
Bob Benson Engineer
David Hawkins Arranger
D. Cole Arranger
Dave Hawkins Arranger
Rebekah Hanover Digital Editing, Mastering
Al McCree Executive Producer
Beal Arranger
Jay Bobcock Arranger
Arthur A. Champagne Instrument Technician
Daniel J. Connelly Operation
H. Eagles Arranger
Roger Kennedy Liner Notes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    U.S. ARMY RETIRED

    This music has away of getting to one own heart, amazing grace, marine hymn is a couple of them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Poor Re-issue

    This CD was originally produced by the Canadian Scottish Regiment. It was later taken over by Altissimo! who jazzed up the CD by deleting several selections and adding another version of "Amazing Grace" The original recording was better and included more pure military music selections. This version has been made to cater to a general listening audience. The content has been dumbed down as a result. I would go for the original CD if its still available from the Canadian Scottish. Altissimo! likes to take over and edit other peoples CDs and put their stamp on it. They do little that is original.

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