American Salute - Various - Marches The Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. Greatest Hits: Marches by The Philadelphia Orchestra, Philharmonia Virtuosi movies, etc., even if the names don't jump out at the casual listener. Just listen through the MP3 samples. The CD brings together classical marches from Old Europe, mixes in a healthy dose of late 19th-century John Philip Sousa, and even adds some 20th-century film /5(23).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Marches The Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Reference Gold - RGD • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Classical, Brass & Military • Style: Marches5/5(1).
  3. Musical artillery written literally overnight for a patriotic World War II radio broadcast, Morton Gould's American Salute is a short set of variations on the Civil War song "When Johnny Comes Marching Home." A sputtering, machine-gun fanfare subsides into a quiet woodwind statement of the theme over a staccato accompaniment that evokes Morse code.
  4. The confusingly titled Stars & Stripes album features both American and European wind band music, some traditional military marches, others designed just for the concert stage, and two major English Military Band Suites: Folk Song Suite by Vaughan Williams and Grainger’s Lincolnshire Posy/5(49).
  5. The album begins with Reveille and moves on to 14 well known service anthems and marches. The album concludes with Taps. The closest album to this one is Fennell's Stars and Stripes. Honestly, this music is played as well as any I have ever heard. Especially if you have ever served in the Armed Forces, this album is essential/5().
  6. American Salute is the title of a recording by Chet Atkins with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra.. Track listing. Side 1: "American Salute" (Morton Gould)"Shenandoah" (Traditional) "Rodeo: Hoedown" (Aaron Copland) *By the Time I Get to Phoenix" "Chester" (from New England Triptych) "Tennessee Waltz" (Redd Stewart, Pee Wee King) "American Patrol" (F.W. Meacham).
  7. Marches are supposed to be big and brassy, not melodic and dance-like in rhythm. I also didn't hear enough differentiation between the styles of the composers. Berlioz and Verdi were the same as Strauss and Sousa. The overall selection was good, but this isn't the kind of crashing-cymbals, lots of drum and woodwinds march I was looking for/5(24).