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Jubilance walking Frog Records. Play Along. Grade 3. CD. Composed 1997. Published by C.L. Barnhouse (CL.WFR180).
The Washington Winds, Edward Petersen, Conductor 13 outstanding new compositions by eight popular composer/arrangers are premiered on this spectacular new compact disc. Composers whose works are showcased include James Swearingen, Robert Sheldon, Ed Huckeby, Alfred Reed, Andy Clark, Robert Longfield, Steven Reineke and Warren Barker. Wonderful music immaculately performed by an outstanding band. 17 complete selections highlighting our best CDs. And The Mountains Echoed: Gloria!, Robert Longfield Cape Fear Chronicles, Robert Sheldon Ireland, Warren Barker Romanza, W.A. Mozart arr. Andy Clark Jubilance, James Swearingen Two Bagatelles for Concert Band, Alfred Reed Gypsy Dance from "Carmen", G. Bizet arr. Alfred Reed In The Temple Of Zion, Steven Reineke Legend Of The Ida Glenn, Ed Huckeby Water Music Suite - Overture and Hornpipe, G.H. Handel arr. Robert Longfield A Scott Joplin Retrospective, Scott Joplin arr. Andy Clark How Firm Thy Friendship, James Swearingen American Folk Fantasia., Ed Huckeby.
- American Folk Fantasia Performed by Ed Huckeby
- Legend of the Ida Glenn Performed by Ed Huckeby
- Cape Fear Chronicles Performed by Robert Sheldon
- Gypsy Dance from Carmen Performed by Georges Bizet (arranged By Alfred Reed)
- Romanza Performed by W. A. Mozart (arranged By Andy Clark)
- Water Music Performed by George F. Handel (arranged By Robert Longfield)
- How Firm Thy Friendship Performed by James Swearingen
- And the Mountains Echoed: Gloria! Performed by Robert Longfield
- Ireland Performed by Warren Barker
- A Scott Joplin Retrospective Performed by Scott Joplin (arranged By Andy Clark)
- Two Bagatelles for Concert Band Performed by Alfred Reed
- In the Temple of Zion Performed by Steven Reineke
- Jubilance Performed by James Swearingen
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