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Sousa: Music for Wind Band, Vol. 19

Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra, Keith Brion

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El Capitan  
1
Fantasia No. 2 (Arr. V Ragone for Wind Band / Ed. D. Stern)
Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
7:42
2
Non-Committal Declarations (Version for 3 Female Voices & Wind Band / Ed. D. Stern)
Izzy Atkinson; Laura Hocking; Rosanna Cooper; Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
2:33
3
On the 5.15 (Version with Narration / After H. Marshall] [Ed. D. Stern)
Linda Ekstrom Stanley; Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
9:58
4
The Bride Elect (Excerpts Arr. for Wind Band / Ed. M. Purton)
Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
16:51
5
The Fighting Race (Version for Trombone & Wind Ensemble / Ed. D. Stern)
Jonathan Hollick; Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
3:51
6
The Band Came Back (Ed. K. Tam)
Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
17:22
7
Sheep and Goat (Walkin' to the Pasture / Arr. J.P. Sousa for Wind Band] [Ed. K. Tam)
Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
2:22
8
Turkey in the Straw (Arr. D. Guion & J.P. Sousa for Wind Band)
Royal College of Music Wind Orchestra; Keith Brion
2:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:15
In addition to his world-famous marches, John Philip Sousa was a master of the piquant Humoresque, of which there are two examples here. The first, On the 5.15, is a popular song detailing the travails of a commuter, while the second, The Band Came Back, introduces popular tunes in witty fashion. The sonorous Second Fantasia from El Capitan showcases the band’s bravura qualities and The Fighting Race draws on a trombone solo. There are charming detours to explore rural Americana in the form of Sheep and Goat (‘Walkin to the Pasture’) and the evergreen classic, Turkey in the Straw.
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