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CDs with: Bennett, Robert Russell

Be glad then, America : the President's own United States Marine Band / Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig, director.
For The President's Own / John Williams (4:25) -- New England triptych. "Be glad then America" ; "When Jesus wept" ; "Chester" / William Schuman (17:01) -- Memories, very pleasant and rather sad : a Charles Ives song set. Remembrance ; Memories (a. Very pleasant) ; Memories (b. Rather sad) ; The circus band ; The things our fathers loved ; Old home day / Charles Ives ; transcribed by Jonathan Elkus (Gunnery Sergeant Sara Dell'Omo, mezzo-soprano) (9:56) -- Symphonic songs : for band. Serenade ; Spiritual ; Celebration / Robert Russell Bennett (13:33) -- Psalm : for band / Vincent Persichetti (7:50) -- Finale from Symphony No. 3 / Aaron Copland ; transcribed by Donald Patterson (13:30).
CD 3417
George and Ira Gershwin's Girl crazy
Overture (5:14) -- Bidin' my time, no. 1 (1:22) -- The lonesome cowboy (2:25) -- Could you use me? (4:28) -- Bidin' my time, no. 2 (2:54) -- Bronco busters (3:26) -- Barbary Coast (4:13) -- Embraceable you (3:53) -- Embraceable you (encore) (1:58) -- Goldfarb! that's I'm (:51) -- Bidin' my time, no. 3 (3:04) -- Sam and Delilah (5:44) -- I got rhythm (3:13) -- Entr'acte (4:35) -- Land of the gay caballero (4:14) -- But not for me (2:58) -- But not for me (comic reprise) (2:03) -- Treat me rough (1:58) -- Boy! what love has done to me (5:20) -- Cactus time in Arizona (3:14) -- Finale ultimo (1:09).
CD 1750
Girl crazy
Overture (5:14) -- Bidin' my time, no. 1 (1:22) -- The lonesome cowboy (2:25) -- Could you use me? (4:28) -- Bidin' my time, no. 2 (2:54) -- Bronco busters (3:26) -- Barbary Coast (4:13) -- Embraceable you (3:53) -- Embraceable you (encore) (1:58) -- Goldfarb! that's I'm (:51) -- Bidin' my time, no. 3 (3:04) -- Sam and Delilah (5:44) -- I got rhythm (3:13) -- Entr'acte (4:35) -- Land of the gay caballero (4:14) -- But not for me (2:58) -- But not for me (comic reprise) (2:03) -- Treat me rough (1:58) -- Boy! what love has done to me (5:20) -- Cactus time in Arizona (3:14) -- Finale ultimo (1:09).
CD 1750
Kiss me, Kate original Broadway cast recording / [music & lyrics by Cole Porter ; book by Bella & Samuel Spewack ; orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett].
Overture (2:42) -- Another op'nin', another show (1:43) -- Why can't you behave? (3:09) -- Wunderbar (3:35) -- So in love (3:34) -- We open in Venice (2:14) -- Tom, Dick or Harry (2:04) -- I've come to wive it wealthily in Padua (2:10) -- I hate men (2:20) -- Were thine that special face (4:09) -- Too darn hot (4:00) -- Where is the life that late I led? (4:20) -- Always true to you (in my fashion) (3:59) -- Bianca (2:06) -- So in love (reprise) (3:10) -- Brush up your Shakespeare (1:40) -- I am ashamed that women are so simple (1:53) -- Finale: Kiss me, Kate (:47) -- Kiss me, Kate overture (6:10).
CD 2727
Kiss me, Kate. Selections
Overture (2:42) -- Another op'nin', another show (1:43) -- Why can't you behave? (3:09) -- Wunderbar (3:35) -- So in love (3:34) -- We open in Venice (2:14) -- Tom, Dick or Harry (2:04) -- I've come to wive it wealthily in Padua (2:10) -- I hate men (2:20) -- Were thine that special face (4:09) -- Too darn hot (4:00) -- Where is the life that late I led? (4:20) -- Always true to you (in my fashion) (3:59) -- Bianca (2:06) -- So in love (reprise) (3:10) -- Brush up your Shakespeare (1:40) -- I am ashamed that women are so simple (1:53) -- Finale: Kiss me, Kate (:47) -- Kiss me, Kate overture (6:10).
CD 2727
My fair lady book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner ; music by Frederick Loewe ; musical arrangements by Robert Russell Bennett & Phil Lang.
Overture ; Why can't the English? -- Wouldn't it be loverly? -- With a little bit of luck -- I'm an ordinary man -- Just you wait -- The rain in Spain -- I could have danced all night -- Ascot gavotte -- On the street where you live -- You did it -- Show me -- Get me to the church on time -- A hymn to him -- Without you -- I've grown accustomed to her face.
CD 2725
My fair lady. Selections
Overture ; Why can't the English? -- Wouldn't it be loverly? -- With a little bit of luck -- I'm an ordinary man -- Just you wait -- The rain in Spain -- I could have danced all night -- Ascot gavotte -- On the street where you live -- You did it -- Show me -- Get me to the church on time -- A hymn to him -- Without you -- I've grown accustomed to her face.
CD 2725
Show boat Broadway show album / Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein 2nd ; based on the novel by Edna Ferber ; [original orchestrations by Robert Russell Bennett].
Overture (5:34) -- Cotton blossom (3:41) -- Where's the mate for me?/Make believe (7:37) -- Ol' man river (5:04) -- Can't help lovin' dat man (5:08) -- Life on the wicked stage (3:35) -- Till good luck comes my way (2:24) -- I might fall back on you (2:59) -- Queenie's ballyhoo (3:13) -- You are love (5:58) -- Finale Act one (4:24) -- At the fair (4:11) -- Why do I love you? (5:03) -- Bill / lyrics, P.G. Wodehouse (1918), revised by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (1927) (4:12) -- Goodbye, my lady love (2:38) -- After the ball (3:31) -- Hey, feller! (2:28) -- Finale ultimo (3:00).
CD 2761
Show boat. Selections
Overture (5:34) -- Cotton blossom (3:41) -- Where's the mate for me?/Make believe (7:37) -- Ol' man river (5:04) -- Can't help lovin' dat man (5:08) -- Life on the wicked stage (3:35) -- Till good luck comes my way (2:24) -- I might fall back on you (2:59) -- Queenie's ballyhoo (3:13) -- You are love (5:58) -- Finale Act one (4:24) -- At the fair (4:11) -- Why do I love you? (5:03) -- Bill / lyrics, P.G. Wodehouse (1918), revised by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd (1927) (4:12) -- Goodbye, my lady love (2:38) -- After the ball (3:31) -- Hey, feller! (2:28) -- Finale ultimo (3:00).
CD 2761
Songs of the earth
The Duke of Marlborough fanfare / Percy Grainger (3:02) -- Lincolnshire posy. Lisbon (1:25) ; Horkstow Grange (2:58) ; Rufford Park poachers (4:41) ; The brisk young sailor (1:39) ; Lord Melbourne (3:25) ; The lost lady found (2:32) / Percy Grainger ; edited by Frederick Fennell -- A glorious day / Albert Roussel (6:17) -- William Byrd suite. The Earle of Oxford's march (2:56) ; Pavana (3:06) ; John come kiss me now (1:42) ; The mayden's song (4:19) ; Wolsey's wilde (2:00) ; The bells (3:51) / William Byrd ; freely transcribed by Gordon Jacob -- Huntingtower ballad / Ottorino Respighi (6:38) -- Sea songs / Ralph Vaughan Williams (4:06) -- Symphonic songs : for band. Serenade (4:25) ; Spiritual (4:40) ; Celebration (4:36) / Robert Russell Bennett.
CD 2596
The sound of music original Broadway cast recording / Richard Rodgers, music ; Oscar Hammerstein II, lyrics.
Preludium -- The sound of music -- Maria -- My favorite things -- Do-re-mi -- Sixteen going on seventeen -- The lonely goatherd -- How can love survive? -- The sound of music (reprise) -- Laendler -- So long, farewell -- Climb ev'ry mountain -- No way to stop it -- An ordinary couple -- Processional -- Sixteen going on seventeen (reprise) -- Edelweiss -- Climb ev'ry mountain (reprise) (59:00) -- The sound of music: a symphonic picture for orchestra (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; William Steinberg, conductor) (recorded 1968) (16:38) -- Do-re-mi (Mitch Miller and the Sing-Along Chorus and the kids from The sound of music) (recorded Sept. 26, 1959, at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City) (2:07). Bonus tracks. The sound of music : a symphonic picture for orchestra (William Steinberg & The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) -- Do-re-mi (Mitch Miller and The Sing-Along Chorus and The Kids from The sound of music).
CD 2766
Uncommon valor
Armed forces medley / arr. by Thomas Knox -- March, "Franklin D. Roosevelt" / William H. Woodin ; arr. by Mayhew L. Lake -- March, "Semper Fidelis" / John Philip Sousa -- Esprit de corps / Robert Jager -- Commando march / Samuel Barber -- Song of the Marines / Harry Warren and Al Dubin ; arr. by R.L. Halle -- March, "The man behind the gun" / John Philip Sousa -- March, "Marine Corps Institute" / Taylor Branson -- Selections from South Pacific / Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II ; arr. by Erik Leidzén -- Guadalcanal march from Victory at sea / Richard Rodgers ; arr. by Erik Leidzén -- Waltzing Matilda / Marie Cowan ; arr. Leidzén -- March, "Invercargill / Alex Lithgow ; arr. by L.P. Laurendeau -- March of the women marines / Louis Saverino -- Symphonic scenario from Victory at sea / Richard Rodgers ; transcribed by Robert Russell Bennett -- Eternal Father, strong to save (The Navy hymn) / John B. Dykes ; arr. by Claude T. Smith -- Bugle call, "Taps" / Daniel Butterfield ; orchestrated by Thomas Knox -- The Marines' hymn, Apotheosis / Sammy Nestico.
CD 1675