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                                                   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


Charles Owen, marimba

(Recorded, 1951)


3. Gioacchino Rossini

Largo al factotum

from The Barber of Seville

William Jones, baritone

(Recorded, 1959)


4. Ambroise Thomas

Drum Major's Aria from Le Caïd

Michael Ryan, baritone

(Recorded, 1987)




Taylor Branson, conducting

5. David W. Reeves

March, “Second Regiment Connecticut National Guard”

(Recorded, 1927)


6. Stephen Foster/
arr. Luis Guzman

Stephen Foster Melodies

(Recorded, 1934)



William F. Santelmann, conducting

7. Louis Saverino

March of the Women Marines

(Recorded, c. 1942)


8. traditional

The Marines' Hymn

(Recorded, c. 1942)


9. Mikhail Glinka

Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla

(Recorded, c. 1945)

10. John Philip Sousa

March, “The Directorate”

(Recorded, c. 1950)


11. Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Polonaise from Eugene Onegin

(Recorded, c. 1950)


12. Camille

Marche Militaire Francaise

(Recorded, 1953)


13. Kenneth Alford

March, “On the Quarterdeck”

(Recorded, c. 1953)


14. Richard Wagner

Ride of the Valkyries

from Die Walküre

(Recorded, 1984)


15. John Philip Sousa

March, “Semper Fidelis”

(Recorded, 1984)