Marching into March

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Sunday, March 06, 2011

This week, host Michael Barone presents some up-tempo tunes to keep the blood warm and take us through to the beginning of spring.


JOHN PHILIP SOUSA: Washington Post March –Erik William Suter (1938 Ernest M. Skinner & Son; 1975 Aeolian-Skinner/Washington National Cathedral, DC) WNC 501

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN: La Majesté, from 12 Heroic Marches –Chris Dolske, trumpet; Terry Yount (1956 Aeolian-Skinner; 2002 Randall Dyer/Knowles Chapel, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL) Ligonier Ministries 2007

FELIX MENDELSSOHN: Cornelius March –Rupert Gough (1857 Willis-1974 Harrison/Wells Cathedral, England, UK) Priory PRCD5034

WILLIAM WALTON: Crown Imperial March –Jonathan Scott (1996 Marcussen/Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England, UK) Scott Brothers 004

JEAN GUILLOU: Tempo di Marcia, from 12 Furtive Pieces –Bert den Hertog (1912 Adema-Schreurs/Dominican Church, Zwolle, The Netherlands) DEV 1004

PERCY WHITLOCK (arranged by Riley): Dignity & Impudence March –William Saunders (1912 Harrison & Harrison/St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, England, UK) Regent 270

RICHARD PURVIS: Marche Grotesque –Keith Thompson (1934 Aeolian-Skinner/Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, CA) Echoes of Heaven 4721

MALCOLM RILEY: Pavilioned in Splendour –Malcolm Riley (1957 Compton/Saint Bride’s Church, Fleet Street, London, England, UK) Sycamore 001

WILLIAM THOMAS BEST: Concert Fantasia on a Welsh March (Men of Harlech) –Jane Watts (1890 Hill/Town Hall, Sydney, Australia) Priory PRCD515

Filler - TELEMANN (see above)

Comments [1]

Barry Owen Furrer

Great topic! Especially with John Philip Sousa's "Washington Post" march as the headliner. Interesting and ironic to mention that today, March 6th is the 79th anniversary of Sousa's death - America's "march king" passing in the month of March.

Mar. 06 2011 09:34 AM

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