🎤 Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band, John Philip Sousa With His Band - The Original All-American Sousa! MP3
- Performer: Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band, John Philip Sousa With His Band
- Title: The Original All-American Sousa!
- Genre: Brass - Military
- Country: US
- Record source: CD, Album
- Released: 1990
- Style: Military, Marches
- Label: Delos
- Cat#: DE 3102
- MP3 album: 1697 mb
- FLAC album: 2813 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 579
|1||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||Dauntless Battalion||2:51|
|2||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The Royal Welch Fusiliers||2:24|
|3||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||Liberty Loan||3:20|
|4||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Semper Fidelis||2:41|
|5||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The Stars And Stripes Forever||3:29|
|6||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||Solid Men To The Front!||3:09|
|7||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Jack Tar||2:54|
|8||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The Free Lance||4:11|
|9||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The U.S. Field Artillery March||2:27|
|10||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||The U.S. Field Artillery March||3:24|
|11||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Untitled March |
Arranged By – Keith Brion, Loras Schissel
|12||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The Glory Of The Yankee Navy||3:15|
|13||–John Philip Sousa||John Philip Sousa Speaks||0:39|
|14||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Sabre And Spurs||3:06|
|15||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Nobles Of The Mystic Shrine||3:16|
|16||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||Solid Men To The Front!||3:03|
|17||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||New York Hippodrome||2:54|
|18||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||The Stars And Stripes Forever||3:25|
|20||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||Nobles Of The Mystic Shrine||3:13|
|21||–Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band||The Pride Of Pittsburgh||4:20|
|22||–John Philip Sousa With His Band||Sabre And Spurs||3:13|
|3102 4||Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band, John Philip Sousa With His Band||Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band, John Philip Sousa With His Band - The Original All-American Sousa! (Cass, Comp)||Delos||3102 4||US||1990|
- Bass Clarinet – Adam M. Alter
- Bass Drum, Cymbal – Brian Holt
- Bassoon – Gary Bennett, Michael Finn
- Clarinet – Edward R. Gilmore, Miriam Lockhart, Mitchell S. Estrin, Paul Green , Phillip Bashore, Robert Yamins, Stuart Best, Tammy Preuss, Wallace Kramer
- Composed By – John Philip Sousa
- Conductor – Keith Brion
- Cornet – Daniel Waldron, Frank Hosticka, Grant Cooper, Wade Weast
- Design – Tri-Arts, Inc.
- Engineer [Assistant] – Sandy Palmer
- Engineer [Recording] – John Eargle
- Euphonium – John Palatucci, Luis Maldonado
- Executive-Producer – Amelia S. Haygood
- Flute – Brad Garner, Elssa Green
- French Horn [Horn] – James H. DeCorsey, Kathryn Morse, Stuart J. Butterfield, William A. Hamilton
- Harp – Nanette Norton Kramer
- Liner Notes – Paul E. Bierley
- Oboe – Marsha Heller, Nobua Kitagawa
- Piccolo Flute – Gigi Mitchell Velasco
- Producer [Recording] – Adam Stern
- Saxophone – April Lucas, Craig Sylvern, Paul Cohen , Tom Gorin
- Snare [Snare Drum] – Chris Rude
- Timpani, Percussion [Mallets] – John Beck
- Trombone – Early Anderson, Theodore C. Toupin, William G. Whitaker
- Trumpet – Barry Davidson, Charles Bumcrot
- Tuba – Donald R. Harry, Marcus Rojas, Stephen Perry
The Title above is on the front insert cover and CD. The title on the spine has commas in the title as follows: The Original, All-American, Sousa!
Recorded July 11, 1990
Tracks 6 & 10 are World Premiere Recordings.
Tracks 1, 3, 4, 6-8, 10, 12, 13: Editions published by Willow Blossom Music.
Tracks 16-21: Courtesy of BMG Music.
Original Digital Recording
Recorded July 11, 1990, BMG Studio A, New York City.
Digital Recording: Sony
Historical recordings were originally recorded at Victor Talking Machine Company facilities:
21 December 1917 at Camden, New Jersey: "Liberty Loan" (composed 1916) and "U.S. Field Artillery March" (composed 1917). Also not included on this recording are two recordings never issued by Victor: "America First" (composed 1916) and "The Star Spangled Banner" (arr. Damrosch/Sousa 1917).
6 September 1918 at Camden, New Jersey: "Sabre and Spurs" (composed 1918) and "Solid Men to the Front!" (composed 1918).
23 March 1923 in New York City: "The Dauntless Battalion" (composed 1922) and "Nobles of the Mystic Shrine" (composed 1923).
℗ © 1990 Delos International, Inc., Hollywood & Vine Plaza, 1645 North Vine St., #340 Hollywood, California 90028.
Printed & Manufactured in U.S.A.
- Barcode: 013491310220
- Matrix / Runout: RMG/CA 21.N.CA.DE3102.1.SC 16732-1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL97
- Mould SID Code: IFPI LJ43
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Delos International, Inc.
- Recorded At – BMG Studio A
John Philip Sousa ˈsuːsə November 6, 1854 March 6, 1932 was an American composer and conductor of the late Romantic era known primarily for American military marches. He is known as The March King or the American March King, to distinguish him from his British counterpart Kenneth J. Alford who is also known as The March King. Among his best-known marches are The Stars and Stripes Forever National March of the United States of America, Semper Fidelis official march of the United. Though most have the same high quality of structure, color, and melodic invention of John Philip Sousa's best efforts, many of them have faded from the public's imagination along with their composer's operettas and symphonic music. However, a revival of Sousa's work has been in progress since the 1980s, and Keith Brion and the New Sousa Band have been instrumental in preserving Sousa's legacy through authentic re-creations in the period's boisterous performance style. The Original All-American Sousa CD - Delos 3102. Overview . Obscurities, such as The Free Lance, New York Hippodrome, and The Pride of Pittsburgh are revitalized through the band's enthusiastic readings. The Glory of the Yankee Navy, Sabre and Spurs, and Nobles of the Mystic Shrine sound robust and ready for the next parade. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Keith Brion And His New Sousa Band, John Philip Sousa With His Band. Stars and Stripes Forever - Keith Brion & His New Sousa Band 38:10 14. John Philip Sousa Speaks . Dauntless Battalion - Sousa's Band 48:50 18. Sabre and Spurs - Sousa's Band 51:44 19. Solid Men to the Front. John Philip Sousa Conducts His Own Band: The March King, Vol. 2 - John Philip Sousa. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sousa: Music for Wind Band, Vol. 12 - Royal Swedish Navy Band, Keith Brion, John Philip Sousa. The Original All-American Sousa John Philip Sousa Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 21 Length: 1:04:43. Sousa Band Band, Early Anderson Trombone, April Lucas Saxophone, Gary Bennett Bassoon, Keith Brion Conductor, Phillip Bashor Clarinet, Chris Rude Drum Snare, Marcus Rojas Tuba, Michael R. Finn Bassoon, Tom Gorin Saxophone, Robert Yamins Clarinet, Craig Sylvern Saxophone, John Patalucci Euphonium, John Beck Mallets, Stuart J. Butterfield Horn, William G. Whitaker Trombone, Keith Brion and His New Sousa Band Performer. New York Hippodrome. Marsha Heller Oboe, New Sousa Band Band, Early Anderson Trombone. 14 - Central Band of the Royal Air Force, Keith Brion, John Philip Sousa. New Sousa Band The Original All American Sousa. While there will never be another Sousa and his Band, this recording is an homage to both Sousa 1854-1932 and his renowned band 1892-1932. The spirit and letter of the original are framed in the perspective of modern musicians, modern instruments and modern recording techniques. Our efforts are infused, informed and inspired by Sousa's original band. The musical speech of the 1920s inﬂects the technique and style of the 90s. Glory of the Yankee Navy - Keith Brion & His New Sousa Band. New York Hippodrome - Keith Brion & His New Sousa Band. Solid Men to the Front