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The Music Lover's Grainger

The President's Own United States Marine Band, Choral Arts Society of Washington, Norman Scribner, Michael J. Colburn

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Lincolnshire Posy (edited by F. Fennell)  
1.1
I. “Lisbon” (Sailor’s Song)
Percy Grainger; Frederick Fennell; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
1:27
1.2
II. “Horkstow Grange” (The Miser and his Man: A local Tragedy)
Percy Grainger; Frederick Fennell; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
2:45
1.3
III. “Rufford Park Poachers” (Poaching Song)
Percy Grainger; Frederick Fennell; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
4:05
1.4
IV. “The Brisk Young Sailor” (who returned to wed his True Love)
Percy Grainger; Frederick Fennell; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
1:40
1.5
V. “Lord Melbourne” (War Song)
Percy Grainger; Frederick Fennell; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:15
1.6
VI. “The Lost Lady Found” (Dance Song) (transcribed by MSgt Donald Patterson)
Percy Grainger; Donald Patterson; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:08
1.7
I'm Seventeen Come Sunday
Percy Grainger; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:05
1.8
Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon
Percy Grainger; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:11
1.9
Spoon River (edited by W.S. Carson & A. Naylor)
Percy Grainger; William S. Carson; Alan Naylor; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
4:15
Danish Folk-Music Suite (arr. by J. Kreines) [edited by D Patterson]  
1.10
I. The Power of Love
Percy Grainger; Joseph Kreines; Donald Patterson; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:37
1.11
II. Lord Peter's Stable-boy
Percy Grainger; Joseph Kreines; Donald Patterson; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
2:54
1.12
III. The Nightingale and The 2 Sisters
Percy Grainger; Joseph Kreines; Donald Patterson; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
4:14
1.13
IV. Jutish Medley
Percy Grainger; Joseph Kreines; Donald Patterson; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
8:05
1.14
County Derry, BFMS 29
Percy Grainger; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
6:12
1.15
Molly on the Shore, BFMS 23 (edited. L. Clark)
Percy Grainger; Larry Clark; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:42
1.16
The Widow's Party (arr. by B.P. Ould for Choir & Wind Band)
Percy Grainger; Barry Peter Ould; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
3:47
1.17
Marching Song of Democracy (arr. by M.J. Colburn for Band & Choir) [edited by K. Brion]
Percy Grainger; Keith Brion; Choral Arts Society of Washington; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
7:14
1.18
The Lost Lady Found
Percy Grainger; The President's Own United States Marine Band; Michael J. Colburn
2:42
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:18
This recording features the President's Own United States Marine Band in collaboration with the Choral Arts Society of Washington presenting several world premiere versions or transcriptions of works by Percy Aldridge Grainger. Released in 2011 to mark the 50th anniversary of Grainger's death, the programme is a unique blend of repertoire unified only by the fact that it came from the mind of one of the most distinctive composers of his generation. The title The Music Lover’s Grainger was borrowed from one of Grainger’s many unfinished projects, an intended series of the composer’s favourite works arranged for piano.
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Director Booklet Notes: Colonel Michael J. Colburn Producers: Major Jason K. Fettig and Captain Michelle A. Rakers Recording, Editing, and Mastering: Master Gunnery Sergeant Karl Jackson, Staff Sergeant Evan Sonderegger Librarian: Master Sergeant Jane Cross Project Manager: Gunnery Sergeant Kristin Mergen The Music Lover’s Grainger was recorded June 21–25, 2010, at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria campus.

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