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Screamers - Eastman Wind Ensemble; Frederick Fennell (conductor)
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  1. In Storm & Sunshine, march for band
  2. Whip & Spur for band
  3. Invictus for band
  4. The Big Cage, circus galop for band
  5. Bones trombone for band
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  1. In Storm & Sunshine, march for band
  2. Whip & Spur for band
  3. Invictus for band
  4. The Big Cage, circus galop for band
  5. Bones trombone for band
  6. Them Basses, for band
  7. The Circus Bee, for band
  8. The Screamer, for band
  9. Requiem, Op. 283
  10. Robinson's Grand Entrée for band
  11. Circus Days for band
  12. Bombasto for band
  13. The Squealer, for band
  14. Rolling Thunder, march for band
  15. Bennett's Triumphal for band
  16. Bravura for band
  17. Bugles and Drum for band
  18. Illinois March for band
  19. Children's March for band
  20. The Interlochen Bowl, for band
  21. Onward-Upward for band
  22. Boy Scouts of America for band
  23. Americans We, for band
  24. Officer of the Day for band
  25. March for band ("Grandioso")
  26. Second Regiment, Connecticut National Guard March for band
  27. The Mad Major for orchestra/band
  28. Victory at Sea, film score: Guadalcanal March
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Screamers/March Time is a combination on CD of two classic Mercury Living Presence LPs by Frederick Fennell and the Eastman Wind Ensemble from 1962 and 1957. Screamers is a collection of circus marches and probably the best such compilation ever assembled. The only drawback with Screamers is that it doesn't contain Karl L. King's key circus march Barnum and Bailey's Favorite. In making these albums, Fennell always decided in favor of marches that he felt were musically substantive over considerations of popularity, and this ...

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Screamers 2005, Mercury

UPC: 028947566199

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