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Music & Other Recordings

CDs with: Patterson, Donald

Band music. 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 Graininer ; edited by William S. Carson ; 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
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
Feste
Festive overture, op. 96 / Dmitri Shostakovich ; transcribed by MSgt Donald Patterson (5:45) -- La fiesta mexicana / H. Owen Reed (21:10) -- Fete polonaise : from Le roi malgreĢ lui / Emmanuel Chabrier ; transcribed by MSgt Donald Patterson (7:59) -- Aegean festival overture / Andreas Makris ; transcribed by Albert Bader (10:32) -- Feste romane / Ottorino Respighi ; transcribed by MSgt Donald Patterson (23:56).
CD 3121
Flourishes and meditations "The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel Michael J. Colburn, director.
Flourishes and meditations on a Renaissance theme / Michael Gandolfi (14:54) -- In a nutshell / Percy Grainger ; transcribed by MSgt. Donald Patterson (17:18) -- Passage / Scott Lindroth (9:56) -- Suite from The Perfect Fool, opus 39 / Gustav Holst ; transcribed by Dale Harpham (11:12) -- First symphony for band / William Bolcom (16:58).
CD 3231
Land of hope and glory
Scapino, a comedy overture / Sir William Walton ; transcribed by M Sgt Donald Patterson (8:40) -- William Byrd suite. The Earle of Oxford's marche ; Pavana ; Jhon come kisse me now ; The mayden's song ; Wolsey's wilde ; The bells / Gordon Jacob (18:06) -- Prelude and scherzo, Hammersmith, opus 52 / Gustav Holst (13:26) -- Scherzo and finale from Symphony no. 4 in F minor / Ralph Vaughan Williams ; transcribed by Colonel Michael J. Colburn (13:34) -- The crown of India, opus 66. Introduction and dance of Nautch girls ; Menuetto ; Warriors' dance ; Intermezzo ; March of the mogul emperors / Sir Edward Elgar ; transcribed by Frank Winterbottom (16:13)
CD 3040
Music from the land of hope and glory "The President's Own" United States Marine Band, Colonel Michael J. Colburn, Director.
Scapino, a comedy overture / Sir William Walton ; transcribed by M Sgt Donald Patterson (8:40) -- William Byrd suite. The Earle of Oxford's marche ; Pavana ; Jhon come kisse me now ; The mayden's song ; Wolsey's wilde ; The bells / Gordon Jacob (18:06) -- Prelude and scherzo, Hammersmith, opus 52 / Gustav Holst (13:26) -- Scherzo and finale from Symphony no. 4 in F minor / Ralph Vaughan Williams ; transcribed by Colonel Michael J. Colburn (13:34) -- The crown of India, opus 66. Introduction and dance of Nautch girls ; Menuetto ; Warriors' dance ; Intermezzo ; March of the mogul emperors / Sir Edward Elgar ; transcribed by Frank Winterbottom (16:13)
CD 3040
Symphonic dances
Suite from the ballet Pineapple poll (11:37) / Sir Charles MacKerras ; based on the music of Sir Aurthur Sullivan ; transcribed by W.J. Duthoit -- Valse (12:23) / Maurice Ravel ; transcribed by Donald Patterson -- Symphonic dances from West Side story (22:11) / Leonard Bernstein -- Danse funambulesque (10:22) / Jules Strens -- Dances from Estancia (11:45) / Alberto Ginastera ; transcribed by Donald Patterson.
CD 3064
The music lover's Grainger
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 Graininer ; edited by William S. Carson ; 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