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Paul Lavalle And The Cities Service Band Of America - Great Band Music flac album

Paul Lavalle And The Cities Service Band Of America - Great Band Music flac album
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Great Band Music
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Marches
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1341 mb
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In 1949, Lavalle and the band became one of the first musical groups to appear weekly on television. On May 18, 1961, Paul Lavalle and the Greatest Band in America joined singer Kay Armen in a 30-minute episode of the ABC-TV series "Music For a Spring Night" entitled "Concert in the Park. The Band opened with a spirited medley ("76 Trombones," "Strike Up the Band,") and then Miss Armen took over with "I'll Be Seeing You" and other songs

A1. Band Of America March. Composed By – Paul Lavalle. Composed By – John Philip Sousa. A3. The Washington Grays. Composed By – Claudio Grafulla.

The Album Leaf is an American solo musical project founded in San Diego, California in 1998 by Jimmy LaValle. His performances often feature projected visual art. The Album Leaf officially began in 1998 as the solo project of Jimmy LaValle, guitarist for San Diego, California-based post-rock instrumental band Tristeza.

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The Spectacular Sound Of Sousa.

Here comes the Cities Service Band of America, conducted by Paul Lavalle, in 1949, Lavalle and the band became one of the first musical groups to appear weekly on television. On May 18,1961, Paul Lavalle and the Greatest Band in America joined singer Kay Armen in a 30-minute episode of the ABC-TV series Music For a Spring Night entitled Concert in the Park. The Band opened with a medley and then Miss Armen took over with Ill Be Seeing You. Beginning in 1964, the Band of America toured extensively and also became the band of the 1964 New York Worlds Fair.

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A1 Overture - La Gazza Ladra (The Thieving Magpie)
Transcription By – Lucien CaillietWritten-By – G. Rossini*
Folk Song Suite (For Military Band)
A2a March - Seventeen Come Sunday
Written-By – R. Vaughan Williams*
A2b Intermezzo - My Bonny Boy
Written-By – R. Vaughan Williams*
A2c March - Folk Songs From 'Somerset'
Written-By – R. Vaughan Williams*
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A3 The Big Brass Band
Ensemble – Cities Service Green And White QuartetWritten-By – Stillman*, Ventre*, Lavalle*
A4 March And Procession Of 'Bacchus' (From The Ballet 'Sylvia')
Written-By – Leo Delibes*
A5 Under The Double Eagle
Written-By – J. F. Wagner*
B1 The Universal Judgement
Written-By – Camille De Nardis
Summer Day Suite, Op. 65a (Music For Children)
B2a Waltz
Written-By – Serge Prokofieff*
B2b Regrets
Written-By – Serge Prokofieff*
B2c March
Written-By – Serge Prokofieff*
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B3 Bugle Calls A-Plenty
Written-By – Paul Lavalle
B4 Western One-Step
Written-By – Robert Russell Bennett
B5 Trumpet And Drum
Snare, Soloist – C. Morehouse*Trumpet, Soloist – R. Crisara*Written-By – Philip J. Lang
B6 When The Saints Come Marching In
Adapted By – Paul Lavalle

Credits

  • Conductor – Paul Lavalle
  • Liner Notes – Raymond F. Dvorak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Matrix): F2PP-4915
  • Matrix / Runout (side 2 Matrix): F2PP-4916