» » Texas A&M University Symphonic Band - Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy of the March

Texas A&M University Symphonic Band - Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy of the March album mp3

FLAC MP3 WMA
Texas A&M University Symphonic Band - Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy of the March album mp3
Band Music
  • Performer:
    Texas A&M University Symphonic Band
  • Title:
    Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy of the March
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Band Music
  • Duration:
    56:03
  • Size FLAC version
    1309 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1159 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1839 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    530
  • Formats:
    VOX XM MPC DMF ASF FLAC

Texas A&M Wind Symphony, Dr. Timothy Rhea, conductor has long lead the country in performing quality wind band literature. This is volume 2 of the acclaimed series "Wind Band Masterworks" and features the finest literature the industry has to offer. This CD includes Fanfare to "La Peri" Dukas La Fiesta Mexicana H. Owen Reed, Overture to "Nabucco" Verdi, "Come Sweet Death" . Gladiator's Farewell Performed by Texas A&M University Symphonic Band;Composed by Herman Louis Blankenburg. Robinson's Grand Entrée Performed by Texas A&M University Symphonic Band;Composed by Karl L. King.

Title: Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy Of T. Artist: Texas A&M University Bands. Format: CD. Missing Information?. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 2 brand new listings. Best-selling in CDs. See all. Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Best-selling in CDs. Now Thats What I Call Music 102 (various Artists) 2 CD Set (12th April 2019).

Memphis the Majestic Russell Alexander; Texas A&M University Wind Symphony; Timothy Rhea. 2. Flag of Victory Franz von Blon; Texas A&M University Wind Symphony; Timothy Rhea. This release marks the eighth in the Legacy of the March series by the Texas A&M University Wind Symphony. The purpose of this series, started in 1999, is to record many of the great marches composed for wind band from around the world, both famous and lesser known. Enjoying immense success and popularity since the beginning of the project, these albums have served as a reference for music educators and provide a rousing listening experience for march enthusiasts.

The Invercargill March.

TSG March by Texas A&M University Wind Symphony. The band's performance continues to be strong, but almost all of the marches selected for this album can be found elsewhere. Navy and Air Force bands. One of the things that made the earlier volumes in this series great was the inclusion of rarer gems. I hope the Texas A&M band digs deep into their archives for the next volume

Tradition: Legacy of the March, Vol. 4. Texas A&M Bands. Tradition, Vol. 2: Legacy of the March. Texas A&M University Symphonic Band. 3: Legacy of the March. Tradition: Legacy of the March, Vol. 1.

Dust of the Saturn" Originally from The 80's Dream Compilation Tape - Vol. 2," NewRetroWave, 2013. Jovian Giants Originally from "Artificial Afterlife Compilation," Aphasia Records, 2015. Out of the Center Originally from "PLUTO: A Synth Odyssey," New Horizons Records, 2015

The nationally acclaimed Fightin' Texas Aggie Band is the largest military marching band in the United States. Aggies don't cheer - they yell. And instead of cheerleaders, you'll see yell leaders dressed all in white on the sidelines directing Aggies in carefully orchestrated yells. The night before every football game, Aggies hold Midnight Yell, a special event regularly attended by thousands of fans. 1998Maroon Out. This gameday tradition once caused a temporary national shortage of maroon T-shirts.

Ribbon Cutting of the new Happy State Bank Agricultural Science Complex.

Home Label Mark Records Tradition, Vol. 7: Legacy of the March. Alford, Kenneth J. Barnhouse, Charles Lloyd English, Walter Fillmore, Henry Ford, . Goldman, Edwin Franko Hall, Robert Browne Huffine, Getty Herschel Kiefer, William King, Karl Klohr, John Lithgow, Alexander Rhea, Timothy B. Salutari, F. Seitz, Roland Sousa, John Philip Teike, Carl Zehle, Wilhelm. Rhea, Timothy B. Orchestra. Texas A and M Wind Symphony.

Credits

George Ace - Graphic Design
Waymon Bullock - Associate Producer
Bill J. Dean - Associate Producer
John "Pete" Kunkel - Associate Producer
Mike Lightfoot - Music Direction
Mark Morette - Engineer
Timothy Rhea - Conductor, Editing, Executive Producer, Liner Notes
Dave St. Onge - Editing
Paul Sikes - Associate Producer
Texas A&M University Concert Band - Band
Texas A&M University Symphonic Band - Band, Primary Artist
Ray E. Toler - Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Battle of the Winds, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:42
2 The Great Little Army, for orchestra/band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:10
3 Trooper's Tribunal, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:18
4 The Viking March Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:25
5 Action Front Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:20
6 Northwind March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:18
7 Trafalgar, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:42
8 Porter's Catalina Band, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:05
9 Mighty Mite, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:36
10 Parade of the Champions, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:34
11 Royal Bridesmaid March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:15
12 Henderson Field, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:26
13 Sounds of Peace, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:18
14 Gentry's Triumphal March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:21
15 Gloria March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:52
16 Shriner's Parade, march for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:35
17 Crusade for Freedom March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:43
18 Pentland Hills, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:02
19 Mystic Call March, for band Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 2:03
20 Colossus of Columbia Texas A&M University Symphonic Band 3:18