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by Sheldon Theatre Brass Band

Marches and hymn tunes, solo features, jazz and Broadway favorites, fanfares and classic test pieces - all part of the brass band tradition
Genre: Classical: Band Music
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1. The Star Spangled Banner
Sheldon Theatre Brass Band
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1:28 album only
2. American Fanfare
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2:06 album only
3. Candide Overture
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4:29 album only
4. Tallis Variations
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15:22 album only
5. Norwegian Blue
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4:05 album only
6. Overture to Mack and Mabel
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6:25 album only
7. Call of the Cossacks
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18:21 album only
8. Castell Coch
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4:16 album only
9. 'Mid All the Traffic
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3:39 album only
10. Gaudete!
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5:34 album only
11. The Stars and Stripes Forever
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3:47 album only


Album Notes
The Sheldon Theatre Brass Band presents highlights recorded live in concert during the 2002-2003 season. Among the great variety of music included are Bernstein's "Candide Overture", Philip Sparke's "Tallis Variations", Jerry Herman's overture to "Mack and Mabel" and Peter Graham's "Call of the Cossacks".

The only thing better than listening to this CD on your stereo is sitting in the plush seats of the T. B. Sheldon Theatre auditorium in Red Wing, Minnesota, and listening to the band in person. But then you'd have to drive - or fly - home.


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