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“The President’s Own”

United States Marine Band

Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
From Fife and Drum
 
From Fife and Drum...
Marine Band Recordings 1890-1988
Col. John R. Bourgeois, Director


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1. Introduction by Paul Hume—Music Critic Emeritus, The Washington Post

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2. John Philip Sousa March, "Washington Post" (Recorded, 1890)

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3. John Philip Sousa March, "The Thunderer" (Recorded, 1896)

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4. A. F. Weldon Cornet Solo, "Creanonian" Polka (Recorded, 1909)

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5. Hermann L. Blankenburg March, "Klar zum Gefecht" (Recorded, 1914)

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6. Charles L. Johnson "Crazy Bone" Rag (Recorded, 1914)

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7. John Philip Sousa March, "Semper Fidelis" (Recorded, 1927)

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8. “Dream Hour” broadcast introduction with “The Marines’ Hymn”

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9. Charles Gounod Grand March from The Queen of Sheba (Recorded, 1954)

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10. Franz Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14 (Recorded, 1969)  
11. Franz von Suppé Overture, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna" (Recorded, 1973)

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12. Hector Berlioz
/trans. Jack Kline
"A Witches’ Sabbath" from Symphonie Fantastique (Recorded, 1977)

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13. A Message from the President of the United States

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14. Clare Grundman

"Concord" (Recorded, 1988)

© 1988 Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.

 
15. George W. Warren/
arr. Thomas Knox
National Hymn, "God of Our Fathers" (Recorded, 1988)

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16. Jacques Offenbach/
trans. John R. Bourgeois
Galop from Geneviève de Brabant (Recorded, 1988)

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17. John Philip Sousa March, "Washington Post" (Recorded, 1988)

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