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“The President’s Own”

United States Marine Band

Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
Historic Soloists Continued
 
The Bicentennial Collection
Disc 4: Historic Soloists (continued), Taylor Branson, and William F. Santelmann

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1. J. Edouard Barat

Andante and Scherzo

Louis Saverino, tuba

(Recorded, 1950)

 
2. Pablo de Sarasate

“Zigeunerweisen”

Charles Owen, marimba

(Recorded, 1951)

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3. Gioacchino Rossini

Largo al factotum

from The Barber of Seville

William Jones, baritone

(Recorded, 1959)

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4. Ambroise Thomas

Drum Major's Aria from Le Caïd

Michael Ryan, baritone

(Recorded, 1987)

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Taylor Branson, conducting

5. David W. Reeves

March, “Second Regiment Connecticut National Guard”

(Recorded, 1927)

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6. Stephen Foster/
arr. Luis Guzman

Stephen Foster Melodies

(Recorded, 1934)

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William F. Satelmann, conducting

7. Louis Saverino

March of the Women Marines

(Recorded, c. 1942)

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8. traditional

The Marines' Hymn

(Recorded, c. 1942)

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9. Mikhail Glinka

Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla

(Recorded, c. 1945)

 
10. John Philip Sousa

March, “The Directorate”

(Recorded, c. 1950)

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11. Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Polonaise from Eugene Onegin

(Recorded, c. 1950)

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12. Camille
Saint-Saëns

Marche Militaire Francaise

(Recorded, 1953)

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13. Kenneth Alford

March, “On the Quarterdeck”

(Recorded, c. 1953)

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14. Richard Wagner

Ride of the Valkyries

from Die Walküre

(Recorded, 1984)

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15. John Philip Sousa

March, “Semper Fidelis”

(Recorded, 1984)

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