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CDs with: Brion, Keith

Babes in Toyland ; The red mill
Babes in Toyland: Selections (7:31) ; Prelude (14:42) ; Military ball (4:21) ; Act II, Finale (5:02) ; Toymaker & workshop (2:55) ; Hang march (1:20) ; Eccentric dance (Gavotte) (3:11) ; Birth of a butterfly (3:20) ; March of the toys (4:10) -- The red mill: Selections (10:30).
CD 2656
Babes in Toyland ; The red mill / Victor Herbert.
Babes in Toyland: Selections (7:31) ; Prelude (14:42) ; Military ball (4:21) ; Act II, Finale (5:02) ; Toymaker & workshop (2:55) ; Hang march (1:20) ; Eccentric dance (Gavotte) (3:11) ; Birth of a butterfly (3:20) ; March of the toys (4:10) -- The red mill: Selections (10:30).
CD 2656
Babes in Toyland. Selections; arranged
Babes in Toyland: Selections (7:31) ; Prelude (14:42) ; Military ball (4:21) ; Act II, Finale (5:02) ; Toymaker & workshop (2:55) ; Hang march (1:20) ; Eccentric dance (Gavotte) (3:11) ; Birth of a butterfly (3:20) ; March of the toys (4:10) -- The red mill: Selections (10:30).
CD 2656
Charles Ives's America.
Prologue. Variations on America / arr. William E. Rhoads (6:21) -- Battle cries of freedom. Overture and march : 1776 / arr. James B. Sinclair (2:53) ; They are there! : a war-song march / arr. Sinclair (2:24) -- Town and gown. Suite : Old home days / arr. Jonathan Elkus (7:57) -- March : Intercollegiate / ed. Keith Brion (3:25) ; Fugue in C / arr. Sinclair (6:26) -- March : Omega Lambda Chi / ed. Brion (2:56) -- Variations on Jerusalem the golden / ed. Brion (4:08) -- March : Son of a gambolier / arr. Elkus (3:45) -- Postlude in F / arr. Kenneth Singleton (4:18) -- Band stuff. Country band march / arr. Sinclair (4:14) -- Four New England holidays. Decoration day / arr. Elkus (8:11) -- Horseplay. Charlie Rutlage / arr. Sinclair (2:25) -- March : The circus band / arr. Elkus (2:40) -- Runaway horse on Main Street / reconstructed and ed. Sinclair (1:11) -- March no. 6 : Here's to good old Yale / arr. Elkus (2:47) -- Epilogue. Piano sonata no. 2 : Concord, Mass., 1840-1860. The Alcotts / arr. Elkus (5:47).
CD 2644
Marches, band. Selections
The glory of the Yankee navy (3:15) -- New York Hippodrome (2:54) -- Solid men to the front! (3:03) -- Sabre and spurs (3:06) -- The U.S. Field Artillery march (2:27) -- The pride of Pittsburgh (4:20) -- The free lance (4:11) -- Semper fidelis (2:41) -- The Royal Welch Fusiliers (2:24) -- Untitled march [1930] (3:33) -- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (3:16) -- Jack Tar (2:54) -- The stars and stripes forever (3:29) -- John Philip Sousa speaks (:35) -- The stars and stripes forever (3:25) -- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (3:13) -- Dauntless battalion (2:51) -- Sabre and spurs (3:13) -- Solid men to the front! (3:09) -- Liberty loan (3:20) -- The U.S. Field Artillery march (3:24).
CD 924
The music lover's Grainger / "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Michael J. Colburn, conductor ; featuring the Choral Arts Society of Washington ; Norman Scribner, artistic director.
Lincolnshire posy / edited by Frederick Fennell (16:20) -- I'm seventeen come Sunday (3:05) -- Ye banks and braes o' bonnie doon / text by Robert Burns (3:11) -- Spoon RIver / setting by Percy Grainger ; edited by William S. Carson and Alan Naylor (4:15) -- Danish folk-music suite / arranged by Joseph Kreines ; edited by MSgt Donald Patterson (18:50) -- County Derry air : BFMS 29 (6:12) -- Molly on the shore / edited by Larry Clark (3:42) -- The widow's party / edited by Barry Peter Ould ; text by Rudyard Kipling (3:47) -- Marching song of democracy / edited by Keith Brion (7:14) -- The lost lady found (band version) (2:42).
CD 3202
The original all-American Sousa!
The glory of the Yankee navy (3:15) -- New York Hippodrome (2:54) -- Solid men to the front! (3:03) -- Sabre and spurs (3:06) -- The U.S. Field Artillery march (2:27) -- The pride of Pittsburgh (4:20) -- The free lance (4:11) -- Semper fidelis (2:41) -- The Royal Welch Fusiliers (2:24) -- Untitled march [1930] (3:33) -- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (3:16) -- Jack Tar (2:54) -- The stars and stripes forever (3:29) -- John Philip Sousa speaks (:35) -- The stars and stripes forever (3:25) -- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (3:13) -- Dauntless battalion (2:51) -- Sabre and spurs (3:13) -- Solid men to the front! (3:09) -- Liberty loan (3:20) -- The U.S. Field Artillery march (3:24).
CD 924
Works. Selections
Prologue. Variations on America / arr. William E. Rhoads (6:21) -- Battle cries of freedom. Overture and march : 1776 / arr. James B. Sinclair (2:53) ; They are there! : a war-song march / arr. Sinclair (2:24) -- Town and gown. Suite : Old home days / arr. Jonathan Elkus (7:57) -- March : Intercollegiate / ed. Keith Brion (3:25) ; Fugue in C / arr. Sinclair (6:26) -- March : Omega Lambda Chi / ed. Brion (2:56) -- Variations on Jerusalem the golden / ed. Brion (4:08) -- March : Son of a gambolier / arr. Elkus (3:45) -- Postlude in F / arr. Kenneth Singleton (4:18) -- Band stuff. Country band march / arr. Sinclair (4:14) -- Four New England holidays. Decoration day / arr. Elkus (8:11) -- Horseplay. Charlie Rutlage / arr. Sinclair (2:25) -- March : The circus band / arr. Elkus (2:40) -- Runaway horse on Main Street / reconstructed and ed. Sinclair (1:11) -- March no. 6 : Here's to good old Yale / arr. Elkus (2:47) -- Epilogue. Piano sonata no. 2 : Concord, Mass., 1840-1860. The Alcotts / arr. Elkus (5:47).
CD 2644
Works. Selections
Lincolnshire posy / edited by Frederick Fennell (16:20) -- I'm seventeen come Sunday (3:05) -- Ye banks and braes o' bonnie doon / text by Robert Burns (3:11) -- Spoon RIver / setting by Percy Grainger ; edited by William S. Carson and Alan Naylor (4:15) -- Danish folk-music suite / arranged by Joseph Kreines ; edited by MSgt Donald Patterson (18:50) -- County Derry air : BFMS 29 (6:12) -- Molly on the shore / edited by Larry Clark (3:42) -- The widow's party / edited by Barry Peter Ould ; text by Rudyard Kipling (3:47) -- Marching song of democracy / edited by Keith Brion (7:14) -- The lost lady found (band version) (2:42).
CD 3202