1878 Lewis organ at Ripon Cathedral, England, United Kingdom.
1878 Lewis organ at Ripon Cathedral, England, United Kingdom.
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March Again #0410

Put some spring in your step with this week’s show, and perhaps even respond to the urge to get on your feet and troop around with these parade pieces and processionals for diverse occasions. Whether it be a pompous processional from Paris, or a splashy sound-off by Sousa, our program guarantees to make you move up out of your chair, fall in and straighten that rank and, in response to irrepressible rhythms and March Again.

RICHARD POPPLEWELL: March, from Suite [1974] –Jane Watts (1989 Mander/Rochester Cathedral, England, UK) Priory PRCD389

WILLIAM LLOYD WEBBER: Festal MarchJane Watts (1876 Henry Willis/Salisbury Cathedral, England, UK) Priory PRCD616

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: March, from Flute Clock PiecesOlivier Latry (1745 Stumm/Pauluskirche, Kirchheimbolanden, Germany) BNL 112792

LOUIS VIERNE: Marche épiscopale, improvisation –David Patrick (1962 Harrison & Harrison/Coventry Cathedral, England, UK) ASV CD-993

THÉODORE DUBOIS: Marche Triomphale –Paul Hale (1996 Nicholson/Southwell Minster, England, UK) OxRecs CD-80

ALPHONSE MAILLY: Marche solennelleFeike Asma (1726 Vater/Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Festivo 6921 692

GEORGE GERSHWIN: Strike up the band. FRANK W. MEACHAM: American PatrolCharlie Balogh (Wurlitzer/Organ Stop Pizza, Mesa, AZ) ERB Enterprises 115

JULIUS FUCIK: March of the Gladiators March –Patrick Wedd (1927 Wurlitzer/Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, BC, Canada) CBC CD-1019

LEON JESSEL: Parade of the Wooden Soldiers –Paul Danilewski (1930 Aeolian/Longwood Gardens, Dupont Estate, Kennett Square, PA) DTR CD-8607

VICTORIA BOND: D-Day March –Richard Cummins (1926 Skinner; 1980 Möller/Greene Memorial UMC, Roanoke, VA) Cummins CD-25198

JOHN PHILIP SOUSA: The Liberty Bell March –Martin Setchell (1997 Rieger/Town Hall, Christchurch, New Zealand) Atoll ACD-603

KENNETH ALFORD: Colonel Bogey March –Dave Wickerham (1926 Barton/Rialto Square Theatre, Joliet, IL) WS Productions CD-1997

FREDERICK DELIUS (transcribed by Potts): The Walk to the Paradise GardenNigel Potts (1929 Skinner/Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT) Integrity Audio CD-2001

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD: Installation MarchGraham Barber (1878 Lewis/Ripon Cathedral, England, UK) Priory PRCD769