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American Spirit / The US Army Band

Audio Samples

>Traditional : Salute to a New Beginning
>Traditional : Jubilant, for band
>Traditional : Bliss and "B", for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Washington Post, march for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Rifle Regiment, march for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Thunderer, march for band
>Seitz, Roland Forrest : Grandioso
>Duble, Charles E. : Bravura for band
>Hosay, James L. : Architect of Victory, for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for band
>Smith, John Stafford : The Star-spangled Banner
>Raye, Don : This Is My Country
>Traditional, Scottish : Auld Lang Syne
>Poulton, George R. : Army Blue, for band
>Gruber, Edmund L. : The Caissons Go Rolling Along, official song of the United States Army
>Traditional : Attention, bugle call
>Traditional : Adjutants Call, bugle call
>Traditional : Reveille, bugle call
>Traditional : Retreat, bugle call
>Traditional : To the Color, bugle call
>Traditional : Tattoo, bugle call
>Anonymous, American : Taps (attributed to Daniel Butterfield)
>Traditional : Honors, bugle call
>Traditional : Generals March, bugle call
>Sanderson, James : Hail To the Chief
>Phile, Philip : The President's March ("Hail, Columbia")
>Traditional : Grandioso of The Stars and Stripes Forever, for bugle
>Bagley, Edwin Eugene : National Emblem

Album Summary

>Traditional : Salute to a New Beginning
>Traditional : Jubilant, for band
>Traditional : Bliss and "B", for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Washington Post, march for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Rifle Regiment, march for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Thunderer, march for band
>Seitz, Roland Forrest : Grandioso
>Duble, Charles E. : Bravura for band
>Hosay, James L. : Architect of Victory, for band
>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for band
>Smith, John Stafford : The Star-spangled Banner
>Raye, Don : This Is My Country
>Traditional, Scottish : Auld Lang Syne
>Poulton, George R. : Army Blue, for band
>Gruber, Edmund L. : The Caissons Go Rolling Along, official song of the United States Army
>Traditional : Attention, bugle call
>Traditional : Adjutants Call, bugle call
>Traditional : Reveille, bugle call
>Traditional : Retreat, bugle call
>Traditional : To the Color, bugle call
>Traditional : Tattoo, bugle call
>Anonymous, American : Taps (attributed to Daniel Butterfield)
>Traditional : Honors, bugle call
>Traditional : Generals March, bugle call
>Sanderson, James : Hail To the Chief
>Phile, Philip : The President's March ("Hail, Columbia")
>Traditional : Grandioso of The Stars and Stripes Forever, for bugle
>Bagley, Edwin Eugene : National Emblem
Performers Ensemble Composers

Notes & Reviews:

American Spirit allows its listeners to be inspired, to reminisce, and to enjoy every second of the delightful music present on this patriotic album by the United States Army Ceremonial Band. Meant to capture the essence of an Army ceremony, these songs are perfect for events where a band is unavailable. The album, which features 32 different tracks, is divided into five sections. The first, 'Fanfares,' are played to open or close ceremonies performed at the White House by the world renowned U.S. Army Herald Trumpets. The 'Marches' serve the purpose of generating a sense of patriotism and are traditionally used to move soldiers to the ready line or for marching in review. The next section titled 'Country and Service' includes tracks like "This Is My Country," used for an inspection march, and "Army Blue," which can be used during a retirement ceremony. Both 'Bugle Calls' and 'Honors' fulfill most of the other requirements for ceremonial music. Now you can enjoy all these great songs at home, and with so many songs ready to go, planning your next event will be a cinch.



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Works Details

>Traditional : Salute to a New Beginning
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Ensemble: United States Army Band

>Traditional : Jubilant, for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : Bliss and "B", for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Washington Post, march for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 2 min. 42 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1889

>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Rifle Regiment, march for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 3 min. 14 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: March
  • Written: 1886

>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Thunderer, march for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 2 min. 48 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: March
  • Written: 1889

>Seitz, Roland Forrest : Grandioso
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 2 min. 50 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: March

>Duble, Charles E. : Bravura for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 3 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic

>Hosay, James L. : Architect of Victory, for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 2 min. 58 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Sousa, John P. [Composer] : The Stars and Stripes Forever, march for band
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)
  • Running Time: 3 min. 36 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1896

>Smith, John Stafford : The Star-spangled Banner
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 1 min. 18 sec.
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Choral
  • Written: circa 1799

>Raye, Don : This Is My Country
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Al Jacobs (1903 - ).
  • Running Time: 2 min. 21 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Vocal
  • Written: 1940

>Traditional, Scottish : Auld Lang Syne
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: Vocal
  • Written: 1797

>Poulton, George R. : Army Blue, for band
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Period Time: Romantic

>Gruber, Edmund L. : The Caissons Go Rolling Along, official song of the United States Army
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 1 min. 9 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1908

>Traditional : Attention, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : Adjutants Call, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : Reveille, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : Retreat, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : To the Color, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band

>Traditional : Tattoo, bugle call
  • Performers: Woodrow English (Bugle); United States Army Ceremonial Band
  • Running Time: 1 min. 1 sec.

>Anonymous, American : Taps (attributed to Daniel Butterfield)
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)
  • Running Time: 1 min. 3 sec.

>Traditional : Honors, bugle call
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)

>Traditional : Generals March, bugle call
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)

>Sanderson, James : Hail To the Chief
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)
  • Period Time: Romantic

>Phile, Philip : The President's March ("Hail, Columbia")
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)
  • Period Time: Classical
  • Form: March
  • Written: 1793

>Traditional : Grandioso of The Stars and Stripes Forever, for bugle
  • Performers: United States Army Ceremonial Band; Woodrow English (Bugle)

>Bagley, Edwin Eugene : National Emblem
  • Performer: Woodrow English (Bugle)
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: March
  • Written: 1906