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Band Of The French Navy - Famous French Fanfares And Marches FLAC album


Performer: Band Of The French Navy
Genre: Brass music
Title: Famous French Fanfares And Marches
Country: US
Released: 1958
Style: Military
FLAC version ZIP size: 1535 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1518 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1961 mb
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Many, though not all French marches (in particular marches dating from the period of the French Revolution) make use of triplet feel; each beat can be felt as a fast triplet. Famous French marches include "Le Régiment de Sambre et Meuse", "La Victoire est à Nous", "Marche de la garde consulaire à Marengo", "La Galette", the "Chant du départ", "Le Chant des Africains", "Le Caïd", "la Marche Lorraine" and "Le Boudin". Spanish marches often have fanfares at the beginning or end of strains that are reminiscent of traditional and popular music. These marches often move back and forth between major and (relative) minor keys, and often show a great variation in tempo during the course of the march reminiscent of a prolonged Viennese rubato.

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And fanfares and trumpets for the hunt. To this already prolix title are added numerous indications supplying a multitude of often picturesque details. There are some hunting fanfares in Philidor's manuscript collection, but still more interesting are those that the scholarly moving spirit of the Rallye Louvarts, Jean Pietri, has had the good fortune to rediscover in a volume by the famous Dampierre. Jean-François Paillard (Translated from the French by Helen Baker).

A fanfare is a short, showy, piece of music usually played for a special event. It is often played to announce the arrival of an important person, such as a king, queen or presidential leader. Fanfares are usually played by trumpets or French horns and other brass instruments, often with drums. The word "fanfare" can also mean an event with a high amount of publicity, even if there is no actual music.

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Marches Fanfares & Other Classics. Radetsky March - The Central Band of the Royal British Legion. 10. Pachabel Canon - The South Notts Brass Band. 11. O Fortuna From Carmina Burana - The Band of . 12. Here's a Health Unto Her Majesty - The Band of the Blues & Royals. 13. The Gladiator's Farewell - Williams Fairey Engineering Brass Band. 14. Mars From 'The Planets' - The Band of . 15. Coronation March - The Rolls Royce Coventry Band. 16. Dambusters March - The Band of the Raf Regiment

The French have long with been considered one of the most classy, intelligent and culturally rich people. And why wouldn’t they be? After all France has been the center of western cultural development from centuries. Who can beat the French when it comes to the fine arts? Artists like Jean Fouquet, Claude Monet and Auguste Renoir revolutionized the world of painting by developing newer styles. French writers like Albert Camus and Jean Paul Sartre were more than just authors of famous novels; they were distinguished philosophers in their own right. Even our children ought to be grateful to the French for giving them fairytales like Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Puss in Boots. Cinema was created by two Frenchmen, two Frenchmen, Auguste and Louis Lumière and today France is a leader in filmmaking. The French have also left indelible marks on the fields of medicine, fashion, architecture and sports.

Fanfares, Marches, Hymns & Finale: Fanfares. The Bay Brass & Bruce Broughton. Шазамов: 19. The Bay Brass. Fanfares, Marches, Hymns & Finale: Fanfares.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Le Regiment De Sambre Et Meuse
Composed By – Rauski*
A2 Marche Lorraine
Composed By – Louis Ganne
A3 Le Rêve Passe
Arranged By – Gabriel ParèsComposed By – C. Helmer*, G. Krier*
A4 Le Caïd
Adapted By – Edouard Michel
A5 Alsace-Lorraine
Arranged By – C. Marcoux
A6 Le Grognard
Composed By – G. Parès*
B1 Le Père De La Victoire
Composed By – Louis Ganne
B2 Saint Cyr
Composed By – J. Alazard*
B3 La Fille Du Regiment
Composed By – E. Roux*
B4 Brave 95º
Composed By – Jules Semler-Collery
B5 Les Dragons De Noailles
Composed By – Jules Semler-Collery
B6 Cherbourg
Composed By – Paul André
B7 La Marseillaise

Credits

  • Conductor – Jules Semler-Collery

Notes

"Library of Congress catalog card number R58-1198 applies to this record"-located on lower right corner of rear cover.

Gold label versus silver for Canadian release. Cover similar to other US release but without "Stereorama" logo.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): XEM44202-2C(stamped) T AIII(etched)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): XEM44203-2C(stamped) T BIIIII(etched)
  • Other (Lower right corner of rear cover): 4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BC 1005 Band Of The French Navy* Famous French Fanfares And Marches ‎(LP) Epic BC 1005 US Unknown
LC 3516 Band Of The French Navy* Famous French Fanfares And Marches ‎(LP) Epic LC 3516 Canada Unknown