Royal Marines (Royal Marines School Of Music) Conducted By Lieutenant-Colonel F. Vivian Dunn, . With Frederick Harvey - Music Of The Sea (Album). Royal Marines (Royal Marines School Of Music), Lieutenant Colonel F. M - Music From The Ceremonies Of Beating Retreat And Tattoo (Album).
Band of HM Royal Marines/Lt-Col. G. A. C. Hoskins – Sousa The Black Horse Troop. Band of HM Royal Marines/Lt-Col. Hoskins – Manhattan beach. Hoskins – Sousa Jack Tar. 3:37. Band of the Irish Guards/C. H. Jaeger/Band of HM Royal Marines/Lt. Col. Sir Vivian Dunn – March Past It's a long way to Tipperar. :27. Hoskins – The Invincible Eagle. The Band Of HM Royal Marines Conducted by Lt. John Ware feat.
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Francis Vivian Dunn KCVO OBE FRSA (24 December 1908 - 3 April 1995) was a British conductor who was Director of Music of the Portsmouth Division of the Royal Marines from 1931–53 and Principal Director of Music of the Royal Marines from 1953–68. He was the first British Armed Forces musician to be knighted. Francis Vivian Dunn was born in Jabalpur, India. Hoskins – Sousa On the Campus. Hoskins – Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
Band of the Royal Marines School of Music Conducted By Lt. F. Vivian Dunn, Band of the Royal Marines School of Music, Lt. Vivian Dunn - Cockleshell Heroes: March 03:00 Victory At Sea - Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar. Hoskins The Belle of Chicago. Hoskins Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Hoskins The Invincible Eagle.
Colonel Bogey - Band of HM Royal Marines/Lt. Sir Vivian Dunn. March Past: It's a long way to Tipperary (Judge & Williams) - Pack up your troubles (Powell arr. Ord-Hume) - There'll always be an England (Parker & Charles arr. Wright) - Colonel Bogey (Alford) - Band of the Irish Guards/C.
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|Music For A Festival
Music By – Gordon Jacob
|A1a||1st Movement: Intrada (Fanfare Trumpets)|
|A1b||2nd Movement: Overture (The Band)|
|A1c||3rd Movement: Round Od Seven Parts (Trumpets)|
|A1d||4th Movement: Air (Band)|
|A1e||5th Movement: Interlude (Trumpets)|
|A1f||6th Movement: March (Band)|
|A1g||8th Movement: Scherzo (Band)|
|A1h||11th Movement: Finale (Band And Trumpets)|
|English Folk Song Suite
Music By – Vaughan Williams*
|B1a||No. 1 March, "Seventeen Come Sunday"|
|B1b||No. 2 Intermezzo, "My Bonny Boy"|
|B1c||No. 3 March, "Folk Songs From Somerset"|
Music By – Darius Milhaud
|B2a||1st Movement: Normandie|
|B2b||2nd Movement: Ile De France|
|B2c||4th Movement: Alsace-Lorraine|
|B2d||5th Movement: Provence|
- Published By – Hawkes & Son
- Published By – Boosey & Co Ltd.
- Published By – Leeds Music Ltd.
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse International Ltd.
- Band – The Band And Fanfare Trumpets Of H. M. Royal Marines (Royal Marines School Of Music)*
- Conductor [Conducted By] – Lieut. Colonel F. Vivian Dunn, C.V.O., O.B.E., F.R.A.M., R.M. Principal Director Of Music, Royal Marines*
- Sleeve Notes [Note ©, 1966] – Paul Neville
NotesPrinted on backcover:
The World Record Club Ltd.
Printed and made by Garrod and Lofthouse International Limited
Printed on label:
Made in England
Hawkes & Sons
Boosey & Co. Ltd.
Leeds Mus. Ltd.
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- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 2YEA.1127
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 2YEA.1128
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 2YEA 1127-1 M 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 2YEA 1128-1 G 1
- Other (Patent no.): No. 943.895