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Music & Other Recordings

CDs with: Elkus, Jonathan

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
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
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