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The Concord Band has released its latest CD, a compilation of
partriotic music suitable for all seasons.
The CD is titled The Concord Band Salutes America, and
is a collection of 17 patriotic songs including marches such as
Stars and Stripes Forever and Washington Post, armed forces
songs such as Semper Fidelis, and patriotic favorites such as
God Bless America and America the Beautiful.
- America the Beautiful (arr. Carmen Dragon)
- Washington Grays (Claudio S. Grafulla)
- Spirit of America (arr. Dean W. Smith)
- American Patrol (Frank W. Meacham)
- Armed Forces Salute (arr. Bob Lowden)
- National Emblem (E. E. Bagley)
- Victory at Sea (Richard Rodgers)
- Semper Fidelis (John Philip Sousa)
- The Fourth of July (John Cacavas)
- Americans We (Henry Fillmore)
- Irving Berlin's Songs for America (arr. James Swearingen)
- Washington Post (John Philip Sousa)
- Star Spangled Spectacular (George M. Cohan)
- Army Air Force March (Robert Crawford)
- Battle Hymn of the Republic (Julia Ward Howe)
- God Bless America (Irving Berlin)
- Stars and Stripes Forever (John Philip Sousa)
The Concord Band Salutes America is $15.
The Concord Band released its second CD, a compilation of
digitally-mastered performances from the 1992-1994 period, in 2002.
The CD is titled The Best of the Concord Band in Concert, 1992-1994,
and features a representative set of selections from concerts during the
last few years that the Band was under the baton of William M. Toland.
- Bullets and Bayonets (John Philip Sousa)
- First Suite in E♭ for Military Band (Gustav Holst)
- March from The Love for Three Oranges (Sergei Prokofiev)
- Three Jazz Moods (John Lewis)
- Concerto for Tuba (Edward Gregson)
- Beale Street Blues (W. C. Handy)
- Silver Celebration (James Curnow)
- Florentiner (Julius Fucik)
- Sonata for Marimba, III Molto Vivace (Peter Tanner)
- Miss Saigon Medley (Claude-Michel Schönberg)
- Satchmo (Louis Armstrong)
- Zacatecus, Mexican March (Genaro Codina)
The Best of the Concord Band in Concert, 1992-1994 is $15.
The Concord Band released its first CD, a compilation of
digitally-mastered Holiday Pops performances from the past several
years, in 1997.
The CD is titled A Winter Festival, commemorating
James Curnow's Overture to a Winter Festival, commissioned by
The Band in 1994 to honor the retirement of Music Director Emeritus,
William M. Toland.
The CD is dedicated in memory of Barbara and Ralph Cataldo, long time
members and supporters of the Concord Band.
Both Music Director Dr. William McManus, and Director Emeritus Toland
conduct selections on the CD.
- Overture to a Winter Festival (Curnow)
- March of the Toys (Herbert, arr. Clark)
- A Christmas Festival (Anderson)
- The Christmas Suite (Walters)
- The Holly and the Ivy (arr. Davis/Longfield)
- Russian Christmas Music (Reed)
- Festive Sounds of Hanukah (arr. Holcombe)
- Holiday Favorites (arr. Lavender)
- Rhapsody for Hanukah (arr. Bulla)
- Sleigh Ride (Anderson)
- White Christmas (Berlin, arr. Edmondson)
- Auld Lang Syne (arr. Toland)
A Winter Festival is $15.
On the disk label and on the liner notes, tracks 5 and 7 are transposed.
When you play the disk, track 5 is The Holly and the Ivy, arranged
by Chip Davis and adapted by Robert Longfield (3:33), and track 7 is
Festive Sounds of Hanukah, arranged by Harold Walters (6:04).