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The Thunderer - Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra - Marches By John Philip Sousa (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec: John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec - The Most Famous American Marches ‎ (LP, RP) Supraphon: 1 14 Czechoslovakia: Sell This Version/5(7).
  2. John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec: John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec - The Most Famous American Marches ‎ (LP, RP) Supraphon: 1 14 Czechoslovakia: Sell This Version.
  3. Feb 15,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec - The Most Famous American Marches at Discogs. Complete your John Philip Sousa, Czechoslovak Brass Orchestra, Conductor: Rudolf Urbanec collection/5(16).
  4. Label: Vox Cum Laude - D-VCL • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: USA & Canada • Genre: Classical, Brass & Military • Style: Marches John Philip Sousa, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Erich Kunzel - Peaches And Cream - John Philip Sousa Dances And Marches (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  5. On December 12, , the U.S. Marine Band released the highly anticipated third installment of “The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa.” The first album was released in April and included Sousa’s first 17 marches, written from , many of which have rarely been performed since their initial release. The second volume was released April and contains 18 marches written.
  6. Contrary to what the one-star review says, these are all Sousa marches. This collection is a nice mix of well- and not-so-well known marches. Though the tempi run a bit brisk, most other aspects of the performances beautifully capture the (all too rarely heard) authentic Sousa style -- clean, detached articulation of short notes, strong (not sharp) accents, steady tempi (mostly — note that /5(24).
  7. "The Thunderer" is a march composed by John Philip Sousa in The origin of the name is not officially known, though it is speculated that it gets its name from the "pyrotechnic [effects] of the drum and bugle in [the] score." It is also one of Sousa's most famous and is one of the more difficult compositions to perform. The music.
  8. "The President's Own" United States Marine Band is pleased to announce the release of its first volume of "The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa." This multi-year recording project, initiated by Director Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig, is the Marine Band's first comprehensive collection of Sousa's marches since the s. The collection is in chronological order, and Volume 1 contains his first.

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