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Wartburg College Band, Dr. Robert E. Lee - 1973 European Tour FLAC album

Performer: Wartburg College Band
Genre: Classical music
Title: 1973 European Tour
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Band from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. Wartburg College Band, Dr. Robert E. Lee - 1973 European Tour ‎(LP). Wartburg Band Records.

Somewhere in the band's history, probably under the direction of Dr. Lee, the Wartburg College Concert Band made an international tour of Europe. That became the tradition henceforth that every three years the band would make a tour of Europe. Dr. Lee could make the claim to prospective students that if they came to Wartburg and played in his band, he would take them to Europe sometime in their career. In the fall of 1997, due to overwhelming participation, the Wartburg College Concert Band split into a two-band program

The Rolling Stones 1973 European Tour was a concert tour of Great Britain and Continental Europe in September and October 1973 by The Rolling Stones. The tour followed the release of the group's album Goats Head Soup on 31 August. It began at the Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria on 1 September

Live European Tour is the first live album by Billy Preston, released in 1974 in Europe and Japan. It was recorded during his opening act stint for the Rolling Stones 1973 European Tour, featuring Mick Taylor on lead guitar and Preston's own band "The God Squad". In 2002, A&M Records released the album in Japan, featuring alternative song takes. Side one. "Medley: Day Tripper/The Bus" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney; Preston, Joe Greene). Let It Be" (Lennon, McCartney).

The Class of 1973 will celebrate its 40th class reunion at the Wartburg College Homecoming on October.

Led Zeppelin's 1973 European Tour was a concert tour of Europe by the English rock band. The tour commenced on 2 March and concluded on 2 April 1973. This tour began just four weeks after Led Zeppelin's previous tour of the United Kingdom Some critics consider Led Zeppelin to have been at their technical peak during this tour, which took place shortly be. .

Day 18-Stuttgart, Germany. This beautiful statue was one of the only things left standing after the war in Stuttgart. The highlight of the day was when Jeremey Corbett got to be the translator for Dr. Nelson at the concert. The choir members are all from many places around the world and it is amazing to see all of the different backgrounds of people. Day 21-Neuendettelsau, Germany. The St. Laurentius Church that we got to sing our concert in was full of Wartburg history from Wilhelm Lohe!

Robert Lee personally was against secession and made it clear on more than one occasions. However, he was also a staunch supporter of his home state Virginia’s cause. After Virginia seceded in February, 1861, Lee resigned his commission and joined the Northern Virginia forces in April, 1861. Prior to his resignation he was offered an important military position in Union Army. He however, chose to stand by his home state and people. After the War: After the war Lee was not punished but lost the right to vote and some of his property. He served as president of Washington College from 1865 till his death. He also joined Democratic Party and opposed Radical Republicans’ efforts to impose punitive measures against Southern states. He advocated reconciliation between North and South.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Estancia (finale)
Written-By – Alberto Ginastera
A2 Overture For Band
Written-By – Felix Mendelssohn*
A3 Prayer Of St. Gregory
Written-By – Alan Hovhaness
A4 Invercargill March
Written-By – A. Lithgow*
B1 Jericho
Written-By – Morton Gould
B2 Lift Up Your Hearts
Written-By – Edward Elgar*
B3 El Capitan March
Written-By – John Philip Sousa

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – Sound 80 Inc.


  • Conductor – Dr. Robert E. Lee*