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Not Sousa is the clever concept behind this first volume of marches from Altissimo! focusing on military marches that some people might think are John Philip Sousa's due to their familiarity. Here one will find such blazers as Fucik's Entry of the Gladiators, Louis Ganne's Father of Victory, and the National Emblem March of E.E. Bagley -- none of them titles that pop into one's non-expert head right away when thinking of great marches, but immediately recognizable once the band strikes up the tune. In addition, the band here is a very good one: the United States Marine Band, an organization once led by Sousa himself. This collection of 16 marches is probably the best engineered album that Altissimo! has produced, and while there is some slight variance to the sound, it is not nearly as distracting as has been the case in some earlier Altissimo! releases. The performances overall are very good, although some are better than others -- Henry Fillmore's breakneck Rolling Thunder is fabulously well played, whereas Johann Strauss I's familiar Radetzky March falls somewhat flat owing to the plodding tempo employed. Not all of these marches are necessarily immediate, and the disc is padded out by a couple of delightful obscurities, such as Pierre Leemans' jaunty Belgian Paratroopers. For listeners who would like to locate familiar marches that have eluded them in the past as the name "Sousa" is not attached to them, overall Not Sousa will prove a highly enjoyable collection that could well help bridge the gap.
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National Emblem (Edwin Eugene Bagley)

1
National Emblem
00:02:59

Edwin Eugene Bagley, Composer - Albert F. Schoepper, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Alte Kameraden (Old Comrades) (Carl Teike)

2
Alte Kameraden (Old Comrades)
00:04:31

Carl Teike, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Einzug der Gladiatoren (The Entry of the Gladiators), Op. 68, "Triumph March" (Julius Fucik)

3
Einzug der Gladiatoren (The Entry of the Gladiators), Op. 68, "Triumph March"
00:02:38

Julius Fucik, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Radetzky March, Op. 228 (Johann Strauss I)

4
Radetzky-Marsch, Op. 228
00:02:30

Johann Strauss I, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

The Invercargill March (arr. L.-P. Laurendeau) (Louis-Philippe Laurendeau)

5
The Invercargill March (arr. L.P. Laurendeau)
00:02:24

Alexander Lithgow, Composer - John R. Bourgeois, Conductor - Louis-Philippe Laurendeau, Composer - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Valdres Marsj (Valdres March) (Johannes Hanssen)

6
Valdres Marsj (Valdres March)
00:03:39

Johannes Hanssen, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Purple pageant (Karl King)

7
Purple pageant
00:03:21

Karl King, Composer - Albert F. Schoepper, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Rolling Thunder March (Live) (Henry Fillmore)

8
Rolling Thunder March
00:01:57

Henry Fillmore, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

L'inglesina (Davide Delle Cese)

9
L'inglesina
00:04:37

Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - Davide Delle Cese, Composer - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Crown Imperial (William Walton)

10
Crown Imperial
00:08:28

William Walton, Composer - Timothy W. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

H.M. Jollies (Kenneth J. Alford)

11
H.M. Jollies
00:02:38

Kenneth J. Alford, Composer - Frederick Fennell, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Chimes of Liberty (Edwin Franko Goldman)

12
Chimes of Liberty
00:03:11

Edwin Franko Goldman, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

March of the Belgian Parachutists (Pierre Leemans)

13
March of the Belgian Parachutists
00:04:19

John R. Bourgeois, Conductor - Pierre Leemans, Composer - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Father of Victory (Louis Ganne)

14
Father of Victory
00:05:25

Louis Ganne, Composer - Timothy T. Foley, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

The Boys of the Old Brigade (William Paris Chambers)

15
The Boys of the Old Brigade
00:02:22

Frederick Fennell, Conductor - William Paris Chambers, Composer - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

March of the Steelman (Charles Belsterling)

16
March of the Steelman
00:02:53

Charles Belsterling, Composer - Albert F. Schoepper, Conductor - The President's Own United States Marine Band, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2011 Altissimo (P) 2011 Altissimo

Album Description

Not Sousa is the clever concept behind this first volume of marches from Altissimo! focusing on military marches that some people might think are John Philip Sousa's due to their familiarity. Here one will find such blazers as Fucik's Entry of the Gladiators, Louis Ganne's Father of Victory, and the National Emblem March of E.E. Bagley -- none of them titles that pop into one's non-expert head right away when thinking of great marches, but immediately recognizable once the band strikes up the tune. In addition, the band here is a very good one: the United States Marine Band, an organization once led by Sousa himself. This collection of 16 marches is probably the best engineered album that Altissimo! has produced, and while there is some slight variance to the sound, it is not nearly as distracting as has been the case in some earlier Altissimo! releases. The performances overall are very good, although some are better than others -- Henry Fillmore's breakneck Rolling Thunder is fabulously well played, whereas Johann Strauss I's familiar Radetzky March falls somewhat flat owing to the plodding tempo employed. Not all of these marches are necessarily immediate, and the disc is padded out by a couple of delightful obscurities, such as Pierre Leemans' jaunty Belgian Paratroopers. For listeners who would like to locate familiar marches that have eluded them in the past as the name "Sousa" is not attached to them, overall Not Sousa will prove a highly enjoyable collection that could well help bridge the gap.
© TiVo

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