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Winds of War and Peace

National Symphonic Winds, Lowell Graham

Available in 176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC and 2.8224 MHz / 1-bit DSD / DSF high-resolution audio formats

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1
Liberty Fanfare
John Williams; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
4:14
2
Commando March
Samuel Barber; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
3:29
3
Festival Fanfare March
Roger Nixon; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
5:11
4
Victory at Sea (arr. by R.R. Bennett for Wind Ensemble)
Richard Rodgers; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
10:14
5
El Camino Real
Alfred Reed; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
10:07
6
A Santa Cecilia
Luigi Radaelli; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
3:00
Symphonic Dances  
7
No. 3. Fiesta
Clifton Williams; National Symphonic Winds; Lowell Graham
6:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    42:42
Lowell Graham conducts the National Symphonic Winds on this remastered reissue of a 1988 sonic classic from Wilson Audiophile. The programme of rousing material representing themes of war and peace is led off by Liberty Fanfare by John Williams, composed for the centennial of the Statue of Liberty in 1986, one of the most spectacular celebrations in America's history. Graham, acclaimed worldwide, served as conductor and commander of the United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Band from 1995 to 2002.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 2.8224 MHz / 1-bit DSD - Wilson Audiophile Recordings Studio Masters

This album is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue master source. Due to the nature of analogue tape recording, it may contain artifacts or audio which uses a limited amount of the available dynamic range / frequency bandwidth of high-resolution digital audio. As such, it is offered as a high-resolution documentation of a historical release.

Recorded: September 17, 1988
Microphones: Sennheiser
All signal cables designed by Bruce Brisson
Console: Prototype Ramsa WR-S840
Recorder: Ultramaster by John Curl
Power amps: Spectral DMA 50 (location), Krell Reference 200s (at Wilson Audio)
Loudspeakers: Wilson WAMM VI (at Wilson Audio)
Tape preservation treatment: Last #9 and #10

Producers: Sheryl Lee Wilson, Lowell Graham
Technical director: David A. Wilson
Recording engineering: David A. Wilson, Bruce Leek, Joseph Magee
Personnel & operations manager: Ron Meadows
Mastering: Bruce Leek, Wilson Audiophile Mastering Lab
Matrix: Greg Lee Matrix
Cover artwork: Ralph McQuarrie

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