Paul E Bierley Papers, 1864-2015 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

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Collection Overview

Title: Paul E Bierley Papers, 1864-2015Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/94

Primary Creator: Bierley, Paul E. (1926-)

Extent: 102.5 cubic feet

Arrangement:

The collection is arranged in eight series:

Series 1, Correspondence, ca.1960-2000: Sub-Series 1, Correspondence: Authors and Researchers; Sub-Series 2, Correspondence: Sousa Band Members; Sub-Series 3, Correspondence: Recording Companies and Record Collectors; Sub-Series 4, Correspondence: Libraries, Museums and Historical Societies; Sub-Series 5, Correspondence: Universities and Colleges; Sub-Series 6, Correspondence: Military and Government; Sub-Series 7, Correspondence: Publishers (Literary and Music); Sub-Series 8, Correspondence: Sheet Music Publishers and Collectors; Sub-Series 9, Correspondence: Loras Schissel; Sub-Series 10, Correspondence: Others.

Series 2, Sousa Research Materials, ca. 1892-1995: Sub-Series 1, Sousa Subject Files; Sub-Series 2, Sousa Band Personnel Files; Sub-Series 3, Oral Histories and Interviews; Sub-Series 4, Articles and Clippings; Sub-Series 5, Operetta Scores and Librettos; Sub-Series 6, Sousa Band Programs; Sub-Series 7, Willow Grove Programs; Sub-Series 8, Sousa Collection Catalogs and Finding Aids; Sub-Series 9, Dissertations and Theses on Sousa and Band; Sub-Series 10, Original Sousa Novels and Other Books; Sub-Series 11, Original Sousa Newspaper Articles; Sub-Series 12, Original Photographs and Tour Maps; Sub-Series 13, Oversized Materials - Japan Sousa Society; Sub-Series 14, Oversized Material; Sub-Series 15, Sousa Correspondence; Sub-Series 16, Photobook Research Materials; Sub-series 17, Sousa Research Photographs.

Series 3, American Band History Materials, ca.1900-2000: Sub-Series 1, Articles and Clippings; Sub-Series 2, Leonard B. Smith and the Detroit Concert Band; Sub-Series 3, Henry Fillmore Materials; Sub-Series 4, Hallelujah Trombone; Sub-Series 5, Robert Hoe V Materials; Sub-Series 6, Fillmore Correspondence.

Series 4, Paul Bierley Professional Papers, ca. 1953-2003: Sub-Series 1, Paul E. Bierley - Personal and Professional Papers; Sub-Series 2, Paul E. Bierley Honoraria; Sub-Series 3, Paul E. Bierley Publications; Sub-Series 4, Paul E. Bierley Organizational Memberships; Sub-Series 5, Paul E. Bierley Speaking Engagements; Sub-Series 6, Paul E. Bierley Personal Photographs.

Series 5, Audio Recordings, ca. 1925-2000: Sub-Series 1, Reel-to-Reel and Cassette Audio Tapes, LPs; Sub-Series 2, Reel-to-Reel Tape Recordings, North American Aviation Band.

Series 6, Photographs, ca. 1864-1964: Sub-Series 1, Digital Photographs, 1864-1964; Sub-Series 2, Barry Furrer Photographs, ca. 1900-1930; Sub-Series 3, Band Members; Sub-Series 4, Candids and Train Wrecks; Sub-Series 5, Performances, Operettas, Undated; Sub-Series 6, Sousa Band Photographs and Sousa with Others; Sub-Series 7, Non-Sousa Band Photographs and Portraits; Sub-Series 8, The American Phenomenon (University of Illinois Press and Integrity Press) Photographs; Sub-Series 9, The Incredible Band of John Philip Sousa (University of Illinois Press) Photographs.

Series 7, Press Books, 1882-1953. The material is organized either alphabetically by author (or recipient in the case of the correspondence), or chronologically when applicable.

And Series 8, Published Books, 1853-2007. Material is Arranged alphabetically by author's last name.

Date Acquired: 04/08/2004. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Aircraft, Band Musicians, Cartooning, Instrumental music, Sousa, John Philip

Formats/Genres: Papers

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of correspondence, subject files, newsclippings, oral histories, account ledgers, programs, audiotape and videotape recordings, digital photographs, dissertations and theses, books, awards, engineering diagrams, cartoon sketch books, photographs, and press books documenting Bierley's career as an aerospace engineer, leading scholar on John Philip Sousa and Henry Filmore, and managing editor of Integrity Press.

Biographical Note

Paul E. Bierley (1926- ), tubist, engineer and band researcher, is recognized today as the foremost historian of the music and life of John Philip Sousa.  Spending over 40 years collecting material about Sousa's life, band, and music, Mr. Bierley conducted meticulous and wide-ranging research that led to the publication of two definitive works on Sousa: John Philip Sousa: A Catalogue of His Works, which provides a wealth of details about Sousa's musical and literary works, and his biography,  John Philip Sousa:  American Phenomenon. Other Sousa-related works by Mr. Bierley include Hallelujah Trombone (a biography of Henry Fillmore), The Music of Henry Fillmore and Henry Huff, Nineteenth Century American Musical Theater, Later Operetta, Part 1 (El Capitan), and the revised edition of Sousa's Marching Along. Bierley served as editor for the two volume set of William Rehrig's 1991 The Heritage Encyclopedia Band Music (Volume 3, Supplement, 1996), has published many Sousa-related journal articles about the Sousa Band, and has provided liner notes for numerous LPs and CDs.

Bierley was educated as an aeronautical engineer at Ohio State University. During his 35-year career designing airplanes and missiles, he pursued an active career as a musician as well. As a child he began playing the music of Sousa as a tubist in his high school band, and later played the tuba in such ensembles as the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and the Detroit Concert Band. To honor his 40 years of research and scholarly publications on Sousa and American Band History, Ohio Sate University awarded Bierley an honorary doctorate in 2001. He was also awarded the Academy of Wind and Percussion Arts Award from the National Band Association in the same year.

Subject/Index Terms

Aircraft
Band Musicians
Cartooning
Instrumental music
Sousa, John Philip

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: April 8, 2004, June 4, 2008, March, 2010, October 15, 2013, and May 5, 2015.

Acquisition Method: The papers were donated to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by Paul E. and Pauline J. Bierley on April 8, 2004. Photographs were donated by Paul E and Pauline J. Bierley in June 4, 2008. Sousa Photograph binders and additional Sousa research files donated by Paul E. and Pauline J. Bierley in March 2010.??? ?  Another addition of books and recordings was donated by Paul E. Bierley on October 15, 2013, and final donation of Sousa and Fillmore research files, books, and recordings was donated by Paul Bierley on May 5, 2015.

Processing Information: Papers processed in 2006, photographs processed in 2008.

Finding Aid Revision History: Revisions made July 17, 2008.


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[Series 1: Correspondence, ca.1960-2015],
[Series 2: Sousa Research Materials, ca.1892-2012],
[Series 3: American Band History Materials, ca.1900-2007],
[Series 4: Paul Bierley Professional Papers, ca. 1953-2014],
[Series 5: Audio-Visual Material, ca. 1925-2000],
[Series 6: Photographs, 1864-2013],
[Series 7: Press Books, 1882-1953],
[Series 8: Published Books, 1853-2007],
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Series 5: Audio-Visual Material, ca. 1925-2000Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 1: Reel-to-Reel and Cassette Audio Tapes, LPs, CDsAdd to your cart.
Box 113Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Heritage of the March, Detroit Concert BandAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Sousa`s Band from Lloyd BulmerAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Sousa Pieces on Piano from Sid RosenAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Frank Simon telling how he composed Willow EchoesAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Samuel Thaviu Interview, July 24, 1995Add to your cart.
Interviewed by Frederick Crane, Mount Pleasant, Iowa.  See Also: Fred Crane Correspondence, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 6, Folder 4; A.F. Thaviu Band Research Materials, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 125, Folders 6-9; and Thaviu Band Recording, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 113, Folder 10.
Folder 10: Thaviu's Band, UndatedAdd to your cart.
See Also: Fred Crane Correspondence, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 6, Folder 4; A.F. Thaviu Band Research Materials, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 125, Folders 6-9; and Samuel Thaviu Interview, Record Series 12/9/94, Box 113, Folder 9.
Box 114Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Sousa from Frank McGuireAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Sousa Band Test Pressings (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Sousa BandAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Frank Simon`s 78-rpm acousticAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Frank Simon`s cylindersAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Louis Morris, November 7, 1964 (1 of 2)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 12: Louis Morris, November 7, 1964 (2 of 2)Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Folder 13: Louis Morris, November 7, 1964 (copy of tape 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Sousa`s voice broadcastAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Interview with Paul Bierley over WGTS-FM (September 1975 and January 1976)Add to your cart.
Folder 16: ARMCO Band broadcast, 1935Add to your cart.
Folder 17: ARMCO Band and Frank Simon cornet solosAdd to your cart.
Box 115Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Arthur Pryor trombone from Bill Pruyn`s collection (3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Arthur Pryor trombone from Bill Pruyn`s collection (3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Arthur Pryor trombone from Bill Pruyn`s collection (3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Leo Zimmerman from Bill Pruyn`s collectionAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Herbert L. Clarke from Bill Pruyn`s collectionAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Louis Morris, September 26, 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Simone Mantia euphonium from Pruyn`s collectionAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: John Dolan, Burt Brown, etc. and Fillmore`s BandAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Brass soloists from Glenn Harriman`s tapeAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Sousa played by Robert Hood Bowers BandAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Allentown Band (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Allentown Band (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Ringgold Band playing Sousa (4 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Ringgold Band playing Sousa (4 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Ringgold Band playing Sousa (4 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Ringgold Band playing Sousa (4 tapes)Add to your cart.
Box 116Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Marches of Monroe A. AlthouseAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: U.S.A.A.C. Corps March (U.S. Army Air Corps)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Allentown rehearsal tapeAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: John Philip Sousa encore cards and doctor`s adviceAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Sousa`s voiceAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Liberati`s concert bandAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Willow Grove MarchAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Solos by Simone Mantia and Leo ZimmermanAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Henry Higgins cornet and trumpet solosAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Henry Fillmore from Hobo`s master tapes (Robert Hoe)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: In Search of Sousa (Tony Thomas documentary)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: El Capitan (Acts 1, 2, 3)(3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: El Capitan (Acts 1, 2, 3)(3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: El Capitan (Acts 1, 2, 3)(3 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Sousa Clinic at University of New HampshireAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: 1938 Mutual Broadcast of Sousa MemorialAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Sousa and Pryor 78-rpm records from Ollie GrahamAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Carl Haas program, November 6, 1980Add to your cart.
Box 117Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Gay Corrie`s Sousa biography, 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Henry Fillmore conducting the Miami, Florida Senior High School Band, 1948Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Fillmore Band from Columbia 78-rpm recordsAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Henry FillmoreAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Henry Fillmore`s voice at the University of Miami summer band campAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Henry Fillmore conducting Purdue University Band 1955Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Henry Fillmore conducting Lake Wales, Florida High School Band, May 29, 1953 (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Henry Fillmore conducting Lake Wales, Florida High School Band, May 29, 1953 (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Henry Fillmore conducting Lake Wales, Florida High School Band, May 29, 1953 (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Henry Fillmore conducting Lake Wales, Florida High School Band, May 29, 1953 (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Henry Fillmore conducting Lake Wales, Florida High School Band, May 29, 1953 (5 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Helen Sousa Abert Interview, September 23, 1964 (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Helen Sousa Abert Interview, September 23, 1964 (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: ABA Convention, Columbus, Ohio, Ohio State University, 1952Add to your cart.
Box 118Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Danville NPR Interviews, June 15, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 1: The Whistling Farmer Boy (Fillmore)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Henry Fillmore conducting The President`s MarchAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Milwaukee NPR Interviews, July 4, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Bill Rehrig Interview, December 14-15, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 4: The Story of John Philip SousaAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Interview with Ed Wall and Ben HudishAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Conversation, Georgia May Atherton and Margaret Arn, August 15, 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 7: WBNS Interview, 1974 (Columbus)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Herbert Tiemeyer`s band concert, July 24, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Owen Kincaid interview (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Owen Kincaid interview (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Keith Barrett interview, 1991Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Easter Joy Bells, Children`s Cantata, February 1912Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Arlen R. Saylor interviewAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Paul`s interview on WCKY with Mike CuthbertAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Paul Bierley`s tuba recital, 1989Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Old U.S. Marine Band radio broadcastsAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Events leading to World War II (2 tapes)Add to your cart.
Folder 18: The Lima Area Concert BandAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: Conversations between Alice Sturm and Paul Bierley, 1979Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Marge Brumsted-Stahl interviewAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: The Sousa Memorial Broadcast, March 9, 1932, NBCAdd to your cart.
Folder 22: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 23: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 24: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 25: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 26: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 27: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 28: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 29: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 30: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Folder 31: Fillmore tapes (10 tapes)Add to your cart.
Hymns, Crowned with Light, Life and Glory, vocal pieces, the Christmas Spirit, Happy Children`s Day, Hail Joyful Morning, Easter Bells, Starlit Way
Box 131Add to your cart.
Item 1: U.S. Marine Band LPs-Vol. 1-9, Access Copies, ca. 1975Add to your cart.
The Heritage of John Philip Sousa
Box 132Add to your cart.
Item 1: U.S. Marine Band LPs-Vol. 1-9, Preservation Copies, ca. 1975Add to your cart.
The Heritage of John Philip Sousa
Box 156Add to your cart.
Item 1: "Gems of the Concert Band" LPs-Vol. 1-19, 1979Add to your cart.
Detroit Concert Band; Leonard B. Smith, conductor
Item 2: King Sousa!: The Band of the Scots Guard, LP, 1967Add to your cart.
Director of Music: Captain James H. Howe, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., p.s.m.; Signed to Paul Bierley: "With best wishes--Captain James Howe-1967"
Item 3: On Parade: The Music of John Philip Sousa, LP, 1978Add to your cart.
National Geographic Society
Item 4: Other Sides of Sousa, LP, 1975Add to your cart.
Rare compositions of John Philip Sousa, transcribed for piano
Item 5: Peaches and Cream: Dances and Marches by John Philip Sousa, LP, 1984Add to your cart.
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra; Erich Kunzel, conductor
Item 6: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, LPs-Vol. 1-10, 1974-1981Add to your cart.
Leonard B. Smith, conductor; Vol. II--Exposition Marches; Vol. III--Classic Marches; Vol. IV--Fraternal Marches; Vol. V--"Marches for His Friends"; Vol. VI--"A Sousa Potpourri"; Vol. VII--"Marches for the Military"; Vol. VIII--"The Collegiate Marches"; Vol. IX--"A Sousa Kaleidoscope"; Vol. X--"Through the Years with Sousa"
Item 7: Sousa Plays Sousa and Other Cylinders, LP, 1968Add to your cart.
Item 8: Sousa Specials!: The Band of the Scots Guards, LP, 1968Add to your cart.
Director of Music: Major James H. Howe, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., p.s.m.
Item 9: Sousa Specials!: The Band of the Scots Guards, LP, 1968Add to your cart.
Director of Music: Major James H. Howe
Item 10: Leonard B. Smith Conducts: Happy Holidays, 1990Add to your cart.
Item 11: Soloists of the Detroit Concert Band, December 10, 1976Add to your cart.
Leonard B. Smith, Conductor/ Cornet; Elsie Inselman, Mezzo-Soprano; William E. Lane, Trombone; Imogene Bird, Soprano; Earle L. Louder, Euphonium; Christina Lypeckyji, Mezzo-Soprano.
Box 157Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sousa for Orchestra, 1989Add to your cart.
Philharmonia Virtuosi; Richard Kapp, Conductor; with Gordon Stanley, Meg Bussert & Ron Raines, and Members of the Taghkanic Chorale
Item 2: Dan Sindel,  Marching In- A Tribute to "The March King"- John Philip Sousa, 2007Add to your cart.
Dan Sindel, Guitar; NAMM 2008 Sampler, Symphonic Guitars Vol. 1
Item 3: John Philip Sousa, Works for Wind Band, Vol. 3, 2003Add to your cart.
Naxos American Classics; Royal Artillery Band; Keith Brion, Conductor
Item 4: John Philip Sousa, Music for Wind Band, Vol. 5, 2004Add to your cart.
Naxos American Classics; Royal Artillery Band; Keith Brion, Conductor
Item 5: John Philip Sousa, Music for Wind Band, Vol. 6, 2007Add to your cart.
Naxos American Classics; Royal Artillery Band; Keith Brion, Conductor
Item 6: John Philip Sousa, Music for Wind Band, Vol. 7, 2008Add to your cart.
Naxos American Classics; Royal Artillery Band; Keith Brion, Conductor
Item 7: John Philip Sousa, "At the Symphony", 1998Add to your cart.
Naxos American Classics; Razumovsky Symphony Orchestra; Keith Brion, Conductor
Item 8: John Philip Sousa, "On Stage", 1997Add to your cart.
Marco Polo, American Classics; Razumovsky Symphony Orchestra; Keith Brion, Conductor. Signed by Keith Brion to Paul Bierley March 22, 1998.
Item 9: Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band, 2004Add to your cart.
Recording of a series of concerts from November 30- December 3 in Branson and Kansas City, Missouri. Mary Sinclair, Soprano; Gigi Velasco, Piccolo; Norman Moses, Tenor; Susan Barber, Bassoon; Dennis Najoom, Cornet; Patrick Smith, Xylophone; Earle Louder, Euphonium; Keith Brion, Conductor.
Item 10: Stars and Stripes and Sousa, 1996Add to your cart.
The Washington Winds; Special Guest Conductor Keith Brion
Item 11: Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band, December 16, 2009Add to your cart.
Two CDs. York High School Auditorium Elmhurst, Illinois. Larry Zalkind, Trombone; MAribeth Crawford, Soprano; Diana Powers, Soprano; Keith Brion, Conductor.
Item 12: Long-Worth Military Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
Box 169Add to your cart.
Item 1: An American Patrol, the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band, 2006Add to your cart.
CD. Major Douglas Monroe Commander and Conductor. 1. Profanation from "Jeremiah" Symphony No. 1; 2. Noel from "Symphonic Sketches"; 3. American Patrol; 4. Lollapalooza; 5. Yosemite Autumn; 6. Dialogues for Saxophone Quartet, Winds, and Percussion; 7. Ballad for Band; 8. Barnum and Bailey's Favorite; 9. Be Thou My Vision; 10.; Washington Grays; 11. Vientos y Tangos
Item 2: A Band Program for Paul Bierley Music by Bob Getz, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD.
Item 3: Baritones to the Fore!, 2007Add to your cart.
CD. Featuring Diana Herak, Katrina Marzella, Rob Richardson, and Helen Tyler accompanied by the Brass Band of Columbus.  1. Concertino for Baritone (Thorne); 2. Deep Inside the Sacred Temple (Bizet, arr. Wilkinson); 3. Hebredian Lullaby (Harper); 4. A Day in the Life of Pooh and Tigger (Lawrence); 5. Rhapsody for Baritone: Don Quixote (Golland); 6. Horizon (Booth); 7. Alu (Meechan); 8. Rhapsody for Baritone (Sparke); 9. Prelude No. 4 in C-minor (Bach, arr. Piper); 10.; Slane (trad. arr. Baker); 11. Mirror Lake, Mvt 1 Serenade (Montgomery, arr. Tubb); 12. Mirror Lake, Mvt 2 Festival (Montgomery, arr. Tubb); 13. A New Day (Crossley); 14. By the Waterside (Faure, trans. Wilson); 15. Sun (Frasier); 16. Baritunes (Baker)
Item 4: The Complete Marches of Kenneth Alford, the Band of the HM Royal Marines, 1993Add to your cart.
CD. Conducted by Captain J.R. Perkins.  1. The Thin Red Line (1908); 2. Holyrood (1912); 3. The Vedette (1912); 4. Colonel Bogey (1914); 5. The Great Little Army (1916); 6. On the Quarter Deck (1917); 7. The Middy (1917); 8. The Voice of the Guns (1917); 9. The Vanished Army (1919); 10. The Mad Major (1921); 11. Cavalry of the Clouds (1923); 12. Dunedin (1928); 13. Old Panama (1929); 14. HM Jollies (1929); 15. The Standard of St. George (1930); 16. By Land and Sea (1941); 17. Army of the Nile (1941); 18. Eagle Squadron (1942); 19. Lilliburlero (1942); 20. A Life on the Ocean Wave (1944); 21. Vesper Hymn
Item 5: The Concert, Theater, and Parlor Songs of John Philip Sousa, 1991Add to your cart.
CD. Featuring Joyce Guyer (soprano), Michael Wilson (Baritone), and Dennis Buck (piano).  1. I've Made My Plans for the Summer (Guyer/Willson); 2. The Love That Lives Forever (Willson); 3. Valse Song: The Crystal Lute; 4. Oh, Ye Lilies White; 5. Girls Who Have Loved (or The Mystery of History) from The Free Lance (Guyer/Willson); 6. There's A Merry Brown Thrush (Guyer); 7. The Fighting Race (Willson); 8. A Serenade in Seville (Guyer); 9. My Own, My Geraldine (Willson); 10. Sweet Miss Industry (Guyer/Willson); 11. I Wonder (Guyer); 12. You Cannot Tell How Old Are From The Bride Elect (Willson); 13. Forever and a Day from Speakeasy (Guyer); 14. Sweetheart, I'm Waiting from El Capitan (Guyer/Willson); 15. Blue Ridge, I'm Coming Back To You (Willson); 16. Love's Radiant Hour (Guyer); 17. A Rare Old Fellow (Willson); 18. Stars and Stripes Forever (Guyer/Willson)
Item 6: From the Keyboard, the President's Own United States Marine Band, 2013Add to your cart.
CD. Colonel Michael J. Colburn, director.  1. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565 (Bach); 2-5. Sibling Revelry (2004) (Rakowski); 6. Lento Assai from Symphonic Dances, Op. 45 (Rachmaninoff); 7. The Engulfed Cathedral (Debussy); 8-22. Pictures at an Exhibition (Mussorgsky)
Item 7: Heritage of the March, Volumes HHH and JJ(A) - the Home Guard Band of Goteborg, Sweden, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Birger Jarl conductor.  Marches of Iva Widner: 1. Narviksguten (The Narvik Boy) (1918); 2. Svensk Signalmarsch Nr. 1 (1918); 3. Halsingen (A Man from Halsingland) (1925); 4. Var Flotta (Our Navy); 5. Svensk Signalmarsch Nr. 2 (1945); 6. 11th Infanteribrigaden (1925); 7. Kacka Gossar (The Dashing Boys) (1923); Marches of Karl L. King: 8. The Kentucky Derby (1926); 9. German Melodies (1935); 10. Yellowstone Trail (1923); 11. Arabian Sentinel (1931); 12. Desdemona Waltzes (1910); 13. University of North Dakota (1935); 14. Salute to Camp Harrison (1909); Marches of Hermann L. Blankenburg: 15. Der Tausendkunstler (Jack of All Trades), Op. 1000; 16. Bruder vom Rhein (Brothers of the Rhine); 17. Radio Funken (Radio Sparks), Op. 828; 18. Niemals Zuruck, Husaren (Never Retreat, Hussars), Op. 109; 19. Im Heldenkampf (In Heroic Struggle), Op. 160; 20. Neues Leben (New Life); 21. Abmarsch in die Quartiere (Back to the Camp), Op. 61; 22. Hoch Meine Musica (Here's to my music), Op. 96; 23. Extra: Unus Pro Multis, Op. 1057, arr. Gay Corrie
Item 8: Heritage of the March, Volumes X and JJ (B) - The Home Guard BAnd of Goteborg, Sweden, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Birger Jarl, conductor.  Marches of Carl Friedemann and Hermann Ludwig Blankenburg: 1. Torero Marsch (The Bullfighter); 2. Mein Vaterland (My Fatherland, My Homeland); 3. Mutig Voran (Courageous Advance); 4. Dem Verdienst Der Krone (For the Merit of the Crown); 5. Bundestrat Minger (Senator Minger); 6. Im Ruhrtal (In the Ruhr Valley); 7. Olympia; 8. Europa's Einegkeit (Europe's Unity); 9. Das Liebe, Alte Bern (Dear Old Bern); 10. Im Zeichen Der Siegessonne (Under the Sign of the Victorious Sun); 11. Volker Freiheit (Freedom of the Peoples; 12. Frieden und Freiheit (Peace and Liberty); 13. Leichtes Blut (Light Blood); 14. Um Jerichos Maurern (Around the Walls of Jericho); 15. Extra: Victor von Scheffel, Op. 134; Marches of Richard Eilenberg: 16. Konig Karl; 17. Kavallerie Marsch, Op. 202; 18. Jetzt Kommt das Militar (Here come the Soldiers!), Op. 214; 19. Heissa Lustig (Let's have Fun!), Op. 284; 20. Die Fahnenwache (The Flag Watch); 21. Heimkehr der Truppen (Return of the Troops)
Item 9: Heritage of the March, Volume 26 and 27A - United States Coast Guard Band, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. LTJG Lewis Buckley, director.  Marches of Monroe Althouse (from original Volume 26, side 1): 1. Carry On (1918); 2. Rajah's Sunshine March (1916); 3. Regimental (1912); 4. Galen Hall (1914); 5. The Favorite (1897); 6. Path Finder (1912); 7. Tall Cedars (1911); Marches of Gerardo Iasilli (from original Volume 26, side 2); 8. American Army (1924); 9. Nuova Italia (New Italy); 10. Creatore's Band (1918); 11. Piccoli Bersaglieri (Little Italian Riflemen) (1919); 12. Generale Umberto Nobile (1926); 13. Furore D'Una Banda (1916); 14. Extra: Andrea Doria; Marches of Thomas Preston Brooke (from original Volume 27, side 1): 15. Gilmore's Triumphal, Op. 137 (1886); 16. Wide Awake, Op. 152 (1888); 17. From Ocean to Ocean, Op. 123 (1886); 18. American Wheelmen, Galop, Op. 108 (1891); 19. Peoria, Op. 184 (1894); 20. Manisot, Op. 132 (1886); 21. The Popular Swing March (1894); 22. Kuba Klan March, Op. 82 (1884); 23. Salute to Mexico, Op. 142 (1885); 24. Extra: American Wheelman
Item 10: Heritage of the March, Volume 65 - United States Continental Army Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Captain Kenneth H. Rose, Director.  Marches of Fred Huffer: 1. The Trooper (1904); 2. Fame and Fortune (1922); 3. Gentry-Entry (1905); 4. Yankee Marines (1917); 5. Senn Triumphal (1928); 6. The Man of the Hour (1905); 7. The Debutante (1913); 8. Field of Glory (1907); Marches of Glenn Halley: 9. Parade of the Legionaires (1938); 10. America's Defenders (1942); 11. The Trojans Victorious (Unpublished); 12. Spirit of the Corps (Unpublished); 13. The Constellation (1948); 14. National Commander (Unpublished); 15. Regimental Review (Unpublished)
Item 11: Heritage of the March, Volumes 22A and 24B - United States Militiary Academy Band, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Major Verne Campbell, director.  Marches of William H. Apelles (from original Volume 22, side 1): 1. Sanger (1886); 2. Sheridan (1889); 3. Mathers (1890); 4. Unique (1884); 5. Malsch (1884); 6. Col. Rounds (1885); 7. Macedonian (1889); 8. North Bend (1885); 9. Reeves (1882); Marches of Max Oscheit (from original Volume 24, side 2): 10. Banditen (The Bandits); 11. Nacht Vogel (Night Bird), Op. 235; 12. Biwakstreiche (Camp Bivouac Jokes), Op. 205; 13. Minerva, Op. 10; 14. Beduinen (Bedouins-Desert Wanderers); 15. Picador (the Picadors), Op. 172; 16. Husaren Attacke (Hussars Attack), Op. 231; 17. Im Zigeunerlager (In the Gypsy Camp), Op. 40
Item 12: Heritage of the March, Volume 2 - The US Navy Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Commander Donald W. Stauffer, conductor.  By Fred Jewell: 1. Trooping of the Colors, 2. El Campo, 3. Old Circus Band, 4. Coast Defenders, 5. Cavaletta, 6. Banner Bearer, 7. American Ledionaires, 8. Guy, 9. Old Scout; By Herman L. Blankenburg: 10. Germanen Treu, 11. Ernst August, 12. Klar Zum Gefecht, 13. Mit p Aradeflaggen, 14. Hoch die Friedensflagge, 15. Treue Waffengef Arten; By William Paris Chambers: 16. Masterstroke, 17. Falcon, 18. Northwinde; 19. Champion, 20. 10th Regiment, 21. Our Senators, 22. Revelation, 23. Royal Blue Line; By Arthur Wellesley Hugues: 24. Proclamation, 25. Utility, 26. In the Lead, 27. Hospitality, 28. Champlain, 29. Fond du Lack, 30. Charter of Liberty, 31. St. Julien; By Harry Bidgood: 32. The Return of Peace, 33. Heroes' Return, 34. Heroes All
Item 13: Heritage of the March, Volume 2 - The US Navy Band, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Commander Donald W. Stuaffer, USN, leader.  Marches of Alex Lithgow (from original Volume 2, side 2): 1. Wallabies; 2. March of the Anzacs; 3. Pozieres; 4. Gippsland; 5. Land of Moa; 6. Bommerang; 7. Sons of Australia; 8. Extra: Sons of New Zealand; Marches of William Parish Chambers: 9. Masterstroke; 10. Falcon; 11. Northwind; 12. Champion; 13. 10th Regiment; 14. Our Senators; 15. Revelation; 16. Royal Blue Line; Marches of Arthur W. Hughes (from original Volume 4, side 2); 17. Proclamation; 18. Utility; 19. In the Lead; 20. Hospitality; 21. Champlain; 22. Fond du Lack; 23. Charter of Liberty; 24. St. Julien; 25. Extra: Canadian Patriots
Item 14: Heritage of the March, Volume 3 - The US Navy Band, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Commander Donald W. Stauffer, USN, Leader.  Marches of Fred Jewell (from original Volume 3, side 1): 1. Trooping of the Colors; 2. El Campo; 3. Old Circus Band; 4. Coast Defenders; 5. Cavaletta; 6. Banner Bearer; 7. American Legionaires; 8. Guy; 9. Old Scout; 10. Extra: Boy Scouts; Marches of H.L. Blankenburg (from original Volume 3, side 2): 11. Germanen Treu (True Germans); 12. Ernst August (A Proper Name); 13. Klar zum Gefecht (Read for Action; 14. Mit Paradeflaggen (With Parade Flags); 15. Hoch die Friedensflagge (Hail to the Flag of Freedom); 16. Treue Waffengefahrten (True Germans in Arms); Marches of H.L. Blandenburg from miscellaneous LPs: 17. Prinz Eitel Friederich, Op. 54; 18. Treue Waffengefahrten, 19. Manoverleben (Manouver Life), Op. 97; 20. Territorial (Unter Siegenden Fahnen), Op. 54; 21. Deutschlands Waffenehre (German's War Glory), Op. 58; 22. Freie Bahn dem Tuchtigen, 23. Einzug Schneidiger Truppen, Op. 59; 24. Deutschlands Waffenehre, Op. 58
Item 15: Heritage of the March, Volume 4 - The US Navy Band, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Commander Donald W. Stauffer, USN, Leader. Marches of Frank H. Losey (from original Volume 5, side 1): 1. Wizard; 2. On Guard; 3. Dreadnaught; 4. Invincible Empire; 5. Admiral Farragut; 6. Crescent Queen; 7. Firebrand; 8. Call of the Wild; 9. Extra: March Lenoir; Marches of G.B. Mantagazzi (from original Volume 5, side 2): 10. Gandria; 11. Bulle 1947; 12. Concordia; 13. Festungs Sargans; 14. Jubilate; 15. Marsch des Carabiniers; 16. Bellinzona; 17. Extra: Walther Bringolf; Marches of Charles L. Barnhouse (from original Volume 6, side 1): 18. Harmony Heaven; 19. "The Trump" March; 20. "Sewall's" March; 21. "Unome" March; 22. Brazelton March; 23. Mt. Pleasant March; 24. The Messenger March; 25. Extra: Victory
Item 16: The Goldman Band - Live from Damrosch Park, Lincoln Center, New York City, June 19, 1974Add to your cart.
CD. 1. Song of the Marching Men (Henry Hadley/arr. M. L. Lake); 2-4. First Suite in E-flat for Band (Gustav Holst); 5. Souvenir de Porto Rico (Louis Moreau Gottschalk/arr. James); 6. The Entertainer (Scott Joplin); 7. El Relicario (Jose Padilla); 8. 22nd Regiment March (Victor Herbert); 9. March for Peach (Edwin Franko Goldman); 10. On the Mall (Edwin Franko Goldman); 11. Unidentified march; 12. El Capitan (John Philip Sousa); 13. On the Hudson (Edwin Franko Goldman); 14. Happy-Go-Lucky (Edwin Franko Goldman; 15. Major General U.S. Grant's Grand March (Joseph Gung'l); 16. Iowa (Edwin Franko Goldman); 17. Hail to the Spirit of LIberty (Sousa); 18. Central Park (Edwin Franko Goldman; 19. Spirit of Peace (Edwin Franko Goldman); 20. The White Horse (Sousa); 21. The Pathfinder of Panama (Sousa); 22. Unidentified march; 23. Patience and Fortitude (Edwin Franko Goldman); 24. The Foundation (Richard Frank Goldman); 25. The Free Lance (Sousa/arr. Richard Franko Goldman
Item 17: Salute to America: A Tribute to Paul E. Bierley - Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band, December 7, 2001Add to your cart.
1. Introduction: Mr. Earle Louder, Narrator, National Anthem (Key/Sousa/Damrosch); 2. Overture: Zampa (Herold); 3. Encore: The Liberty Bell (Sousa); 4. Clog Dance: Handel in the Strand (Grainger); 5. Encore: The Free Lance (Sousa); 6. Patriotic: American Salute (Gould); 7. Encore: U.S. Field Artillery March (Sousa); 8. Humoresque: Variations on Gershwin's "Swanee" (Sousa); 9. Encore: Semper Fidelis (Sousa); 10. March: The Invincible Eagle (Sousa); 11. Piccolo Solo: Through the Air, Miss Diana Powers, piccolo, (Damm); 12. Waltz: Colonial Dames (Sousa); 13. Encore: Solid Men to the Front (Sousa); 14. Sing along: George M. Cohan Songs, Miss Lee Merrill, soprano; 15. Encore: God Bless America; 16. Songs of the Military - Parade of the Services; 17. National March: The Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa); Encore Marches by Sousa: 18. King Cotton; 19. Fairest of the Fair; 20. Stars and Stripes, reprise; 21. Solid Men to the Front, Trio
Item 18: Salute to America: A Tribute to Paul E. Bierley - Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band, December 7, 2001Add to your cart.
CD. 1. Introduction: Mr. Earle Louder, Narrator, National Anthem (Key/Sousa/Damrosch); 2. Overture: Zampa (Herold); 3. Encore: The Liberty Bell (Sousa); 4. Clog Dance: Handel in the Strand (Grainger); 5. Encore: The Free Lance (Sousa); 6. Patriotic: American Salute (Gould); 7. Encore: U.S. Field Artillery March (Sousa); 8. Humoresque: Variations on Gershwin's "Swanee" (Sousa); 9. Encore: Semper Fidelis (Sousa); 10. March: The Invincible Eagle (Sousa); 11. Piccolo Solo: Through the Air, Miss Diana Powers, piccolo, (Damm); 12. Waltz: Colonial Dames (Sousa); 13. Encore: Solid Men to the Front (Sousa); 14. Sing along: George M. Cohan Songs, Miss Lee Merrill, soprano; 15. Encore: God Bless America; 16. Songs of the Military - Parade of the Services; 17. National March: The Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa); Encore Marches by Sousa: 18. King Cotton; 19. Fairest of the Fair; 20. Stars and Stripes, reprise; 21. Solid Men to the Front, Trio
Item 19: Library of Congress March - The Virginia Grand Military Band, May 31, 2003Add to your cart.
CD. Loras John Schissel, Musical Director, conductor. 1. Remarks by Mr. Loras John Schissel, 2. Library of Congress March (1931) (John Philip Sousa, arr. and orch. by Stephen Bulla)
Item 20: Marches of the World, Volume 1 - Tokyo Kosel Wind Orchestra, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Yoshinao Ohsawa, conductor.  1. Konig Karl Marsch (Germany) (Carl Ludwig Unrath); 2. Marche Lorraine (France) (Gunster Louis Ganne); 3. Pepita Greus (Spain) (Perez Chovi); 4. Rolling Thunder (U.S.A) (Henry Fillmore); 5. Zacatecas (Mexico) (Genaro Codina; 6. Children's March (U.S.A.) (Edwin Franko Goldman); 7. Akizora Ni (Autumn Sky) (Japan) (Youichi Ueoka); 8. Hoch und Deutschmeister (Austria) (Dominik Ertel); 9. Invercargill (Australia) (Alex F. Lithgow); 10. Inglesina-The LIttle English Girl (Italy) (D. Delle Cese); 11. Valdres (Norway) (Johannes Hanssen); 12. The Captain General (England) (F. Vivian Dunn); 13. Athletic Festival March (U.S.S.R.) (Sergei Prokofiev); 14. Lights Out (U.S.A.) (Earl E. McCoy; 15. Marche Hongroise from "Damnation of Faust", Op. 24, Rakoczy (Hungary) (Hector Belioz)
Item 21: Marches of the World, Volume 2 - Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Yoshinao Ohsawa, conductor.  1. Espana Cani (P. Maraquina); 2. Entry of the Gladiators (Julius Fucik); 3. Marche des Parachutistses Belges (P. Leemans); 4. The Trombone King (Karl L. King); 5. Sea Songs (R. Vaughan Williams); 6. American Patrol (Frank W. Meacham); 7. Festival March (L.D. San Pedro); 8. Geddin Deden (Turkish Tune, arr. Masashi Wakamatsu); 9. Graf Zeppelin Marsch (Carl Teike); 10. Spirits of Youth (Genba Fujita); 11. Amparito Roca (Jaime Texidor); 12. Japanese Army Defile March (Charles Leroux); 13. The Circus Bee (Henry Fillmore); 14. Radetzky March (J. Strauss, Vater)
Item 22: Men of Ohio: Music of Henry Fillmore - Ohio Capital Winds, 2007-2009Add to your cart.
CD. Catherine Hope-Cunningham, conductor.  1. Commentary by Dr. Bierley; 2. His Honor; 3. Dr. Bierley; 4. Lightning Fingers; 5. Dr. Bierley; 6. Military Escort (Harold Bennett); 7. Dr. Bierley; 8. Rolling Thunder; 9. Dr. Bierley; 10. Shoutin' Liza Trombone; 11. Dr. Bierley; 12. Footlifter; 13. Dr. Bierley; 14. Klaxon; 15. Dr. Bierley; 16. Americans We; 17. Dr. Bierley; 18. Playfellow; 19. Dr. Bierley; 20. Circus Bee; 21. Dr. Bierley; 22. Men of Ohio
Item 23: Military Bands on Transcription Records from the Collection of Paul Bierley, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD.  1. Rifle Regiment March - Castellucci Band, Capitol Trans. J-7; 2. Bombasto - Castellucci Band, Capitol Trans. J-7; 3. Diplomat, The Catellucci Band, Capitol Trans. J-7; 4. Stepping Along - Castellucci Band, Capitol Trans. J-7; 5. Banner Victorious - Karl King Band, AFRTS MISC-331 SSL-11005; 6. Sky Jockey - Karl King Band, AFRTS MISC-331 SSL 1105 rec. 7-30-58; 7. Ohio Special - Karl King Band, AFRTS MISC-331 SSL-11005 rec. 7-30-58; 8. Standard of Freedom March - National Symphonic Band AFRTS Trans. MISC-331 SSL-11005; 9. Emblem of Glory - All-American Band, AFRTS MISC-331 SSL-11005; 10. Michigan On Parade - Karl King Band, AFRTS MISC-332 SSL-11006 rec. 7-30-58; 11. Co-Eds On Parade - National Symphonic Band, AFRTS MISC-332; 12. Golden Bears - National Symphonic Band, AFRTS MISC-332 SSL-11006 rec. 7-30-58; 13. Blue and White - National Symphonic Band, AFRTS MISC-332 SSL-11006 rec. 7-30-58; 14. Invercargill, National. Emblem, Our Direcor, High School Cadets, Them Basses, Lights Out - 63rd Infantry Division Band, Donald E. Hassler, conductor. AFRS-SSL 10633 rec. 5-28-58; 15. The Thunderer, Billboard, Bombasto, S.I.B.A., Men of Ohio, On the Mall-63rd Infantry Division B. Donald Hassler, conductor. AFRTS-ssl-10634 rec. 5-28-58
Item 24: The Music of Kenneth Alford, including the complete Marches - The Band of the H.M. Royal Marines, 1972, 1975, 1992Add to your cart.
CD. Captain J.R. Mason, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., R.M., Director of Music.  1. Colonel Bogey; 2. The Great Little Army; 3. H.M. Jollies; 4. On the Quarter Deck; 5. The Thin Red Line; 6. Voice of the Guns; 7. The Standard of St. George; 8. Cavalry of the Clouds; 9. The Middy; 10. Holyrood; 11. Army of the Nile; 12. Dunedin; 13. The Vanished Army; 14. Old Panama; 15. Eagle Squadron; 16. The Lightnight Switch-Fantasia; 17. By Land And Sea-Slow March; 18. The Vedette; 19. A Music Switch-Fantasia; 20. The Mad Major
Item 25: Conductors' Point Audio, LLC - Ohio Capital Winds, 2007Add to your cart.
CD. Catherine Hope-Cunningham, conductor.  1. March; 2. Irish Tune from County Derry; 3. The Cowboys; 4-7. Four Scottish Dances; 8. Sleepers Wake; 9. "Shepherds Hey" English Morris Dance; 10. When Jesus Wept; 11-14. Second Suite in F; 15. Encore: Men of Ohio
Item 26: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 1 1873-1881 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.?  1. Review (1873); 2. The Honored Dead (1876); 3. Revival March (1876); 4. Across the Danube (1877); 5. Esprit de Corps (1878); 6. Resumption March (1879); 7. On the Tramp (1879); 8. Globe and Eagle (1879); 9. Our Flirtation (1880); 10. Recognition March (1880); 11. Mother Goose (1880); 12. President Garfield's Inauguration March (1881); 13. Right Forward (1881); 14. Guide Right (1881); 15. The Wolverine March (1881)
Item 27: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 2 1881-1886 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor. 1. In Memoriam (1881); 2. Yorktown Centennial (1881); 3. Congress Hall (1882); 4. Transit of Venus (1883); 5. Bonnie Annie Laurie; 6. Pet of the Petticoats (1883); 7. Right-Left (1883); 8. The White Plume (1884); 9. Homeward Bound (1885); 10. Mikado March (1885); 11. Mother Hubbard March (1885); 12. Triumph of Time (1885); 13. Sound Off (1885); 14. The Gladiator (1886); 15. The Rifle Regiment (1886)
Item 28: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 3 1887-1892 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. The Occidental (1887); 2. The Crusader (1888); 3. National Fencibles (1888); 4. Semper Fidelis (1888); 5. Ben Bolt (1888); 6. Washington Post (1889); 7. The Picador (1889); 8. The Quilting Party March (1889); 9. The Thunderer (1889); 10. The High School Cadets (1890); 11. The Loyal Legion (1890); 12. Corcoran Cadets (1890); 13. On Parade (1892); 14. The Belle of Chicago (1892)
Item 29: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 4 1892-1900 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD.  Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. Triton (1892); 2. March of the Royal Trumpets (1892); 3. The Beau Ideal (1893); 4. The Liberty Bell (1893); 5. Manhattan Beach (1893); 6. The Directorate (1894); 7. King Cotton (1895); 8. El Capitan (1896); 9. The Stars and Stripes Forever (1896); 10. The Bride Elect (1897); 11. The Charlatan (1898); 12. Hands Across the Sea (1899); 13. The Man Behind the Gun (1899); 14. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty (1900)
Item 30: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 5 1901-1915 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD.  Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor. 1. The Invincible Eagle (1901); 2. The Pride of Pittsburgh (1901); 3. Imperial Edward (1902); 4. Jack Tar (1903); 5. The Diplomat (1904); 6. The Free Lance (1906); 7. Powhatan's Daughter (1907); 8. The Fairest of the Fair (1908); 9. The Glory of the Yankee Navy (1909); 10. The Federal (1910); 11. From Maine to Oregon (1913); 12. The Lambs' March (1914); 13. Columbia's Pride (1914); 14. The Pathfinder of Panama (1915); 15. The New York Hippodrome (1915)
Item 31: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 6 11915-1917 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  March of the Pan-Americans (1915): 1. U.S.A.-Argentina, 2. Bolivia, 3. Brazil, 4. Chile, 5. Colombia, 6. Costa Rica, 7. Cuba, 8. San Domingo, 9. Ecuador, 10. Guatemala, 11. Haiti, 12. Honduras, 13. Mexico, 14. Nicaragua, 15. Panama, 16. Paraguay, 17. Peru, 18. El Savador, 19. Uruguay, 20. Venezuela, 21. U.S.A; 22. America First (1916); 23. Boy Scouts of America (1916); 24. The White Rose (1917); 25. Wisconsin Forward Forever (1917)
Item 32: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 7 1917-1920 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. The Naval Reserve (1917); 2. Liberty Loan (1917); 3. The U.S. Field Artillery (1917); 4. The Volunteers (1918); 5. Solid Men to the Front (1918); 6. Chantyman's March (1918); 7. USAAC March (1918); 8. Sabre and Spurs (1918); 9. Wedding March (1918); 10. Anchor and Star (1918): 11. Flags of Freedom (1918); 12. Bullets and Bayonets (1918); 13. The Golden Star (1919); 14. Who's Who in Navy Blue (1920); 15. Comrades of the Legion (1920)
Item 33: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 8 1920-1926 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. On the Campus (1920); 2. Keeping Step with the Union (1921); 3. The Gallant Seventh (1922); 4. The Dauntless Battalion (1922); 5. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (1923); 6. March of the Mitten Men (1923); 7. Ancient and Honarable Artillery Company (1924); 8. Marquette University March (1924); 9. The Black Horse Troop (1924); 10. The National Game (1925); 11. Sesquicentennial Exposition March (1926); 12. Universal Peace (1926); 13. The Gridiron Club (1926); 14. The Pride of the Wolverines (1926); 15. Old Ironsides (1926)
Item 34: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 9 1927-1930 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. The Minnesota March (1927); 2. Magna Charta (1927); 3. Riders for the Flag (1927); 4. The Atlantic City Pageant (1927); 5. University of Nebraska (1928); 6. Golden Jubille (1928); 7. New Mexico (1928); 8. Prince Charming (1928); 9. La Flor de Sevilla (1929); 10. University of Illinois (1929); 11. Foshay Tower Washington Memorial (1929); 12. Daughters of Texas (1929); 13. Welch Fusiliers March (1929); 14. Royal Welch Fusiliers (1930); 15. Untitled March (No. 3/ 1930)
Item 35: Sousa's Marches: Original Complete Works in the Sousa-style Interpretation, Volume 10 1930-1931 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force 1st Band, 2000-2002Add to your cart.
CD. Major Masahiro Yoshinaga, conductor.  1. The Salvation Army (1930); 2. George Washington Bicentennial (1930); 3. Harmonica Wizart (1930); 4. The Legionaires (1930); 5. A Century of Progress (1931); 6. The Wildcats (1931); 7. Kansas Wildcats (1931); 8. The Aviators (1931); 9. The Northern Pines (1931); 10. The Circumnavigators Club (1931); 11. We Are Coming (1918); 12. Pushing On (1918); 13. When the Boys Come Sailing Home! (1918); 14. March for Regimental Drums and Trumpets (No. 1) (1884); 15. March for Regimental Drumbs and Trumpets (No. 2) (1884); 16. March for Regimental Drums and Trumpets (No. 3) (1884); 17. March for Regimental Drums and Trumpets (No. 4) (1884); 18. Funeral March (1886); 19. Gallant and Gay We'll March Away (1886); 20. Good Bye, Sweet Nannie Magee (1886); 21. Let's Hurrah! We are Almost There (1886); 22. Hannah, My Own True Love (1886); 23. Here's Your Heath, Sir! (1886); 24. With Steady Step (1886); 25. Waltz (1886); 26. Review (1873); 27. USAAC March (1918); 28. Universal Peace (1926): 29. Old Ironsides (1926); 30. The U.S. Field Artillery (1917); 31. The Stars and Stripes Forever (1896)
Item 36: Strike Up the Brass Band - The Brass Band of Columbus, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Tim Jameson, director.  1. Intrada: Ein Feste Burg; 2. Glorious Ventures; 3. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing; 4. Glorifico Aeternum; 5. Strike Up the Band; 6. Bemelza; 7. Barnum and Bailey's Favorite; 8. Swing That Door; 9. New York, New York; 10. Carrickfergus; 11. Hora Staccato; 12. I Will Follow Him; 13. Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves; 14. Cossack Fire Dance; 15. The Stars and Stripes Forever
Item 37: The Marches of R.B. Hall - U.S. Coast Guard Band, 1969-1974Add to your cart.
CD. Arthur W. Richards, conductor.  1. Introduction by Bardwell to recordings contained on tracks 2-15; 2. New Colonial; 3. Exhaulted Ruler; 4. Commonwealth; 5. Creole Queen; 6. American Belle; 7. Uncle Dooley's Delight; 8. Gardes Du Corps; 9. Veni, Vidi, Vici; 10. Palatinus; 11. Philo Senate; 12. Maine Festival; 13. Kennebec; 14. Independentia; 15. Commonwealth; 16. The Pride of the Wolverines; 17. Egmont: Overture; 18. Danza Algre; 19. Salute to Cole Porter; 20. March: Colonel Philbrook; 21. Officer of the Day (flawed); 22. Tenth Regiment
Item 38: U.S. Navy Band: Radio Transcription Recordings Volume 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. 1. Flag of Freedom; 2. Flying Eagle; 3. Glory of the Trumpets; 4. La Bamba de Vera Cruz; 5. High Pride (Prize?); 6. Huckleberry Finn (Grofe); 7. Independentia; 8. La Sorrella; 9. Staunch and True; 10. The Trumpeter; 11. Shawl Dance; 12. High School Cadets; 13. Oh, Suzanna-Navy Orch. Pgm.; 14. Old Comrades; 15. Semper Fidelis; 16. Tomboy; 17. On the Alert; 18. Our Flag of Victory; 19. Cheerio; 20. Colossus of Columbia; 21. Bugler's Holiday; 22. Footlifter; 23. From Tropic to Tropic; 24. Across the Atlantic
Item 39: U.S. Navy Band: Electronic Transcriptions Volume 3, "Mostly Marches", undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Lt. Cmdr. Charles Brendier, leader and conductor.  1. Skyliner March (Harry L. Alford); 2. Purple Carnival March (Harry L. Alford); 3. Parade of the Gendarmes (M.L. Lake); 4. Chicago Tribune (W. Paris Chambers); 5. Grandioso (Roland F. Seitz); 6. Gloria (Frank H. Losey); 7. The Conqueror (Carl Telke); 8. On the Square (Frank Panella); 9. Hostrauser's March (W. Paris Chambers); 10. The Contempibles March (Leo R. Stanley); 11. Brooke's Chicago Marine Band (Roland F. Seitz); 12. Glory of the Trumpets March (James O. Brockenshire); 13. Lassus Trombone (incomplete) (Henry Fillmore); 14. Canadian Capers; 15. Up the Street March (Robert G. Morse); 16. Shortnin' Bread (Luis Marini); 17. Spirit of Independense March (Abe Holzmann); 18. Gateway City (Karl L. King); 19. Trooping the Colors (Fred Jewell); 20. The Three Trumpeters (G. Agostini); 21. Across the Atlantic (Russell Alexander); 22. Tally-Ho (Roger Barsotti); 23. The Melody Shop (Karl L. King); 24. Independentia (R.B. Hall); 25. Cincinnati Post March (Frank Simon)
Item 40: The Virginia Grand Military Band, March 27, 1999Add to your cart.
CD. Loras John Schissel, music director. Col. Jerry Fridy, USAF (Ret.) and Paul E. Bierley, guest conductors.  CD 1: 1. Star Spangled Banner; 2. Emblem of Unity; 3. La Belle Helene; 4. Suprime Triumph; 5. Willow Echoes; 6. A Trumpeter's Lullaby; 7. The Conqueror; 8. An Irish Rhapsody; 9. Brooke's Triumphasl March; 10. The Sound of Music. CD 2: 1. Semper Fidelis; 2. His Honor; 3. Light Cavalry Overture; 4. Ha Ha Ha; 5. Shoutin' Liza Trombone; 6. Washington Post; 7. Presidential Polonaise; 8. Songs of Grace and Glory; 9. The Invincible Eagle; 10. The Stars and Stripes Forever
Item 41: World Class Marches of the Salvation Army, Volume 1 - Black Dyke Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. Dr. Nicholas J. Childs, music director.  1. The Red Shield; 2. Star Lake; 3. Silver Star; 4. The Invincible Army; 5. Soldiers of Christ; 6. California; 7. Anthem of the Free; 8. Rousseau; 9. Mighty to Save; 10. Crown of Conquest; 11. In the Firing Line; 12. Emblem of the Army; 13. Torchbearers; 14. Wisbech Citadel; 15. Under Two Flags; 16. Rosehill; 17. Fighting for the Lord; 18. Montreal Citadel
Item 42: Soderstrom Collection: Quintessential Soderstrom, INJ Offerings, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. 1. Song of Israel; 2. Fighting for the Lord; 3. On the Sea; 4. Army of God; 5. Deep Passage; 6. Gartnergade; 7. O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go; 8. The Lord's My Shepherd; 9. Minneapolis IV; 10. All Things Are Possible; 11. Long Beach; 12. Down From His Glory; 13. O God Our Help; 14. Southland Memories; 15. California; 16. American Rhapsody; 17. March of the Hours; 18. Low in the Grave He Lay
Item 43: Soderstrom Collection: Soderstrom Illustrated, INJ Offerings, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. 1. On the Sea Intro.; 2. Exodus Theme; 3. SOI Modulation; 4. SOI Cornet Thirds; 5. SOI Command; 6. SOI Miracle; 7. SOI Exodus; 8. SOI Fugue; 9. SOI Wilderness; 10. SOI Jericho; 11. SOI Pastorale; 12. All Around The World - Congo; 13. Tchaikovsky Takes Salvation; 14. Coming Army Sketch 1; 15. Coming Army Sketch 2; 16. Low in the Grave tub; 17. 4-Minute Miracle; 18. March of Martians; 19. Take Salvation; 20. Aspiration; 21. CBC March; 22. Victory Through Grace; 23. Blessed Assurance; 24. O Zion Haste; 25. M/C Swing Low; 26. Who Is On The Lord's Side?; 27. Swing Low S/Q; 28. 'Mong Norway's Mount; 29. Steal Away S/Q; 30. Heavenbound
Item 44: Soderstrom Collection: Historic Soderstrom, INJ Offerings, undatedAdd to your cart.
CD. 1. Coronation; 2. Central States; 3. 1944 Military Salute; 4. Beautiful Canaan; 5. Down From His Glory; 6. Hudson Valley Jubilee; 7. Swoneky; 8. Rockford Temple; 9. Come Thou Fount; 10. The Jubilee; 11. Tranas; 12. All Around The World; 13. Life is a Symphony; 14. He Was Wounded; 15. Assurance March; 16. A Mighty Fortress; 17. The Song of a Soul Set Free; 18. My Heavenly Father; 19. I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked; 20. His Eye is on the Sparrow
Box 170Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 1 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1974Add to your cart.
LP, stereo, HL7241S. Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: The Thunderer, The Liberty Bell, Our Flirtations, The Washington Post, The Belle of Chicago, El Capitan; Side Two: U.S. Field Artillery, We Are Coming, George Washington Bicentennial, The New York Hippodrome, The Pathfinder of Panama, The Stars and Stripes Forever
Item 2: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 1 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1974Add to your cart.
LP, stereo, HL7241S. Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: The Thunderer, The Liberty Bell, Our Flirtations, The Washington Post, The Belle of Chicago, El Capitan; Side Two: U.S. Field Artillery, We Are Coming, George Washington Bicentennial, The New York Hippodrome, The Pathfinder of Panama, The Stars and Stripes Forever
Item 3: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 2 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1975Add to your cart.
LP, stereo, HL8451S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. The Directorate (1894), 2. King Cotton (1895), 3. A Century of Progress (1931), 4. Sesquicentennial Exposition March (1926), 5. Yorktown Centennial (1881); Side Two: 1. La Flor de Sevilla (1929); 2. The Fairest of the Fair (1908); 3. The Legionaires (1930); 4. The Invincible Eagle (1901); 5. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty (1900)
Item 4: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 3 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1976Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HL8452S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. The Royal Welch Fusiliers (No. 2) (1930), 2. Semper Fidelis (1888), 3. American First (1916), 4. Power and Glory (1923), 5. The Picador (1889); Side Two: 1. Sabre and Spurs (1918), 2. The Naval Reserve (1917), 3. The Wolverine March (1881), 4. The Aviators (1931), 5. Magna Charta (1927)
Item 5: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 4 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1976Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HL92961S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. National Fencibles March, 2. The Boy Scouts of America, 3. The Gridiron Club March, 4. The Circumnavigators Club, 5. The Beau Ideal March; Side Two: 1. The Lambs' March, 2. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, 3. Comrades of the Legion, 4. The Crusader March, 5. The Corcoran Cadets March
Item 6: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 5 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1976Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP62962S. Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. Manhatten Beach, 2. Resumption March, 3. The Gladiator, 4. Congress Hall, 5. The Salvation Army, 6. The Pride of the Wolverines; Side Two: 1. The National Game, 2. Guide Right, 3. Keeping Step with the Union, 4. Imperial Edward, 5. The Diplomat
Item 7: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 6 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1977Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP80171S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. The Glory of the Yankee Navy (1909), 2. The Atlantic City Pageant (1927), 3. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (1924), 4. Jak Tar (1903), 5. Who's Who in Navy Blue, 6. Hands Across the Sea; Side Two: 1. The High School Cadets (1890), 2. The Gallant Seventh (1922), 3. The Bride Elect (1897), 4. Harmonica Wizard (1930), 5. From Maine to Oregon (1913), 6. The Rifle Regiment (1886)
Item 8: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 7 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1978Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP80881S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. The Black Horse Troop (1924), 2. Globe and Eagle (1879), 3. Riders for the Flag (1927), 4. Right Forward (1881), 5. Esprit de Corps (1878), 6. Right-Left (1883); Side Two: 1. Bullets and Bayonets (1918), 2. Anchor and Star (1918), 3. The Loyal Legion (1890), 4. The Man Behind the Gun (1899), 5. Sound Off (1885)
Item 9: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 8 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1980Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP80779S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. The Dauntless Battalion (1922), 2. The Northern Pines (1931), 3. Marquette University March (1924), 4. Daughters of Texas (1929), 5. University of Illinois (1929); Side Two: 1. On the Campus (1920), 2. Kansas Wildcats (1930), 3. University of Nebraska (1928), 4. WIsconsin Forward Forever (1917), 5. New Mexico (1928), 6. Minnesota (1927)
Item 10: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 9 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1981Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP82480S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. Prince Charming (1928), 2. Transit of Venus (1883), 3. Occidental (1887), 4. Chantyman's (1918), 5. The Volunteers (1918), 6. On Parade (1892), 7. Powhatan's Daughter (1907); Side Two: 1. Solid Men to the Front (1918), 2. Mother Hubbard (1885), 3. Pet of the Petticoats (1883), 4. Bonnie Annie Laurie (1883), 5. On the Tramp (1895), 6. The White Plume (1884), 7. Free Lance (1906)
Item 11: Sousa American Bicentennial Collection, Volume 10 - The Detroit Concert Band, 1981Add to your cart.
LP, Stereo, HP82580S.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Side One: 1. Revival March (1876), 2. The Triumph of Time (1885), 3. The Federal (1910), 4. Mikado March (1885), 5. The Triton (1892), 6. Mother Goose (1883), 7. The White Rose (1917); Side Two: 1. Ben Bold (1888), 2. Flags of Freedom (1918), 3. The Charlatan (1898), 4. When the Boys Come Sailing Home (1918), 5. Across the Danube (1877), 6. Pushing On (1918), 7. Liberty Loan (1917), 8. Golden Jubilee (1928)
Item 12: Sousa: The Complete Marches - The Detroit Concert Band, 1974Add to your cart.
LP collection, Stereo, 51-6574.  Leonard B. Smith, conductor.  Includes program notes by Paul E. Bierley.  Side One: 1. The Thunderer (1889), 2. The Liberty Bell (1893), 3. Our Flirtations (1880), 4. The Washington Post (1889), 5. The Pathfinder of Panama (1915), 6. El Capitan (1896); Side Two: 1. U.S. Field Artillery (1917), 2. We Are Coming (1918), 3. George Washington Bicentennial (1930), 4. The New York Hippodrome (1915), 5. The Belle of Chicago (1892), 6. The Stars and Stripes Forever (1896); Side Three: 1. The Directorate (1894), 2. King Cotton (1895), 3. A Century of Progress (1931), 4. Sesquicentennial Exposition March (1926), 5. Yorktown Centennial (1881); Side Four: 1. La Flor de Sevilla (1929), 2. The Fairest of the Fair (1908), 3. The Legionaires (1930), 4. The Invincible Eagle (1901), 5. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty (1900); Side Five: 1. The Royal Welch Fusiliers (No. 2) (1930), 2. Semper Fidelis (1888), 3. America First (1916), 4. Power and Glory (1923), 5. The Picador (1889); Side Six: 1. Sabre and Spurs (1918), 2. The Naval Reserve (1917), 3. The Wolverine March (1881), 4. The Aviators (1931), 5. Magna Charta (1927); Side Seven: 1. National Fencibles (1888), 2. The Boy Scouts of America (1916), 3. The Gridiron Club (1926), 4. The Circumnavigators Club (1931), 5. The Beau Ideal (1893); Side Eight: 1. The Lambs' March (1914), 2. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (1923), 3. Comrades of the Legion (1920), 4. The Crusader (1888), 5. The Corcoran Cadets March (1890); Side Nine: 1. Manhattan Beach (1893), 2. Resumption March (1879), 3. The Gladiator (1886), 4. Congress Hall (1882), 5. The Salvation Army (1930), 6. The Pride of the Wolverines (1926); Side Ten: 1. The National Game (1925), 2. Guide Right (1881), 3. Keeping Step with the Union (1921), 4. Imperial Edward (1902), 5. The Diplomat (1904); Side Eleven: 1. The Glory of the Yankee Navy (1909), 2. The Atlantic City Pageant (1927), 3. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (1924), 4. Jack Tar (1903), 5. Who's Who in Navy Blue (1920), 6. Hands Across the Sea (1899); Side Twelve: 1. The High School Cadets (1890), 2. The Gallant Seventh (1922), 3. The Bride Elect (1897), 4. Harmonica Wizard (1930), 5. From Maine to Oregon (1913), 6. The Rifle Regiment (1886); Side Thirteen: 1. The Black Horse Troop (1924), 2. Globe and Eagle (1879), 3. Riders for the Flag (1927), 4. Right Forward (1881), 5. Esprit de Corps (1878), 6. Right-Left (1883); Side Fourteen: 1. Bullets and Bayonets (1918), 2. Anchor and Star (1918), 3. The Loyal Legion (1890), 4. The Man Behind the Gun (1899), 5. Sound Off (1885); Side Fifteen: 1. The Dauntless Battalion (1922), 2. The Northern Pines (1931), 3. Marquette University March (1924), 4. Daughters of Texas (1929), 5. University of Illinois (1929); Side Sixteen: 1. On the Campus (1920), 2. Kansas Wildcats (1930), 3. University of Nebraska (1928), 4. Wisconsin Forward Forever (1917), 5. New Mexico (1928), 6. Minnesota (1927); Side Seventeen: 1. Prince Charming (1928), 2. Transit of Venus (1883), 3. The Occidental (1887), 4. The Chantyman's March (1918), 5. The Volunteers (1918), 6. On Parade (1892), 7. Powhatan's Daughter (1907); Side Eighteen: 1. Solid Men to the Front (1918), 2. Mother Hubbard (1885), 3. Pet of the Petticoats (1883), 4. Bonnie Annie Laurie (1883), 5. On the Tramp (1895), 6. The White Plume (1884), 7. The Free Lance (1906); Side Nineteen: 1. Revival March (1876), 2. The Triumph of Time (1885), 3. The Federal (1910), 4. Mikado March (1885), 5. The Triton (1892), 6. Mother Goose (1883), 7. The White Rose (1917); Side Twenty: 1. Ben Bolt (1888), 2. Flags of Freedom (1918), 3. The Charlatan (1898); 4. When the Boys Come Sailing Home (1918), 5. Across the Danube (1877), 6. Pushing On (1918), 7. Liberty Loan (1917), 8. Golden Jubilee (1928)
Sub-Series 2: Reel-to-Reel Tape Recordings, North American Aviation BandAdd to your cart.
Box 102Add to your cart.
Folder 22: NAA band concert, 4 May 1963Add to your cart.
Box 103Add to your cart.
Folder 1: NAA band concert in Westerville, 4 July 1963Add to your cart.
Folder 2: NAA band concert, 15 December 1963Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Industrial music festival at Veterans` Memorial, 16 Feb 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 4: NAA band concert, 6 December 1964Add to your cart.
Folder 5: NAA band concert, Spring 1965Add to your cart.
Folder 6: NAA Senior Citizens Center concert, 7 Aug 1972Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 3: VHS tape, DVD and Cassette tape recordingsAdd to your cart.
Box 153Add to your cart.
Item 1: If you Knew Sousa (TV show), undatedAdd to your cart.
VHS tape
Item 2: John Philip Sousa - American Phenomenon, June 2008Add to your cart.
Item 3: Paul Bierley, 15 June 2001Add to your cart.
Item 4: Japanese Live Sousa, vol. 6, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 5: James G. Saied portraying John Philip Sousa at American Bandmaster's Association (ABA) convention in San Antonio, 8 March 1996Add to your cart.
Item 6: "797" converstion with Paul, October 1997Add to your cart.
Item 7: "1379" New Sousa Band - Wilmington, 6 November 2001Add to your cart.
Item 8: Keith Brion with Milwaukee Symphony, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 9: TWHS Sousa Concert, 10 November 2004Add to your cart.
Item 10: Bierley speaks on WCMH-TV4, Columbus, Ohio, 20 January 2006Add to your cart.
Item 11: Heartland Highways Program 213, WEIU-TV, Charleston, 2004Add to your cart.
Item 12: Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band at the Barbara B. Mann Hall, Ft. Meyers, January 2002Add to your cart.
Item 13: Michigan State Fair, University of South Carolina Media Center, Fox newsreel, 1928Add to your cart.
Item 14: The Biggest Band Spectacular in the World: The Military Musical Pageant at Wembley Stadium, 1981Add to your cart.
Item 15: Salute to the ARMCO band, produced by Sam Ashworth, Middletown, Ohio, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 16: JGSDF First Band, 17th Family Concert, "God Bless America," Tokyo, undatedAdd to your cart.
Produced by International Reserach Institute for Sousa, Tokyo
Item 17: Japanese Sousa-performance, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 18: US Marine Band, Sound of a Giant, 23 September 1987Add to your cart.
Item 19: Tulsa Parade - Mr. SousaAdd to your cart.
Item 20: Hands Across the Sea, The Band of the Grenadier Guards, Sousa Marches, 1995Add to your cart.
DVD
Item 21: Louis Morris Interview (tapes 1-3), 7 November 1964Add to your cart.
Cassette tapes
Item 22: Louis Morris Interview (tapes 1-3), 7 November 1964Add to your cart.
Cassette tapes
Item 23: Louis Morris Interview (tapes 1-3), 7 November 1964Add to your cart.
Cassette tapes
Item 24: Louis Morris (Sousa's band) interview, 26 September 1964Add to your cart.
Cassette tape
Item 25: Microfilm, The Wildcats, April 28, 1965Add to your cart.
Microfilm duplication of John Philip Sousa's "The Wildcats" requested by Paul Bierley.

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