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“The President’s Own”

United States Marine Band

Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
Charles Ives's America
 
Charles Ives's America
Col. Timothy W. Foley, Director

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PROLOGUE
1.

orchestrated
by William Schumann
/

trans. William E. Rhoads

Variations on “America”  
BATTLE CRIES OF FREEDOM
2. transribed by James B. Sinclair Overture and March "1776”  
3. transribed by James B. Sinclair “They Are There!”
(A War Song March)
 
TOWN AND GOWN
4-8. arranged by Jonathan Elkus Suite, Old Home Days  
  4. Waltz  
5. “The Opera House” and “Old Home Day”  
6. “The Collection”  
7. Slow March  
8. “London Bridge is Fallen Down!”  
9. edited by Keith Brion March, “Intercollegiate”  
10. transcribed by James B. Sinclair Fugue in C  
11. edited by Keith Brion March, “Omega Lambda Chi”  
12. edited by Keith Brion Variations on “Jerusalem the Golden”  
13. transcribed by Jonathan Elkus March, “A Son of a Gambolier”  
14. transcribed by Kenneth Singleton Postlude in F  
"BAND STUFF"
15. transcribed by James B. Sinclair Country Band March  
16. transcribed by Jonathan Elkus “Decoration Day”
from Four New England Holidays
 
HORSEPLAY
17. transcribed by James B. Sinclair “Charlie Rutlage”  
18. transcribed by Jonathan Elkus March, “The Circus Band”  
19. reconstructed
and edited by James B. Sinclair
“Runaway Horse on Main Street”  
20. transcribed by Jonathan Elkus March No. 6, “Here’s
to Good Old Yale”
 
EPILOGUE
21. transcribed by Jonathan Elkus

“The Alcotts” (from Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840-1860)

© 1947 Associated Music Publishers