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Now Available this NEW compact disc

 Under Section on Website, Military New Releases 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

The Wind Ensemble at Lehigh University

“Symphony” David B. Diggs
[Premier Recording *]

Bandboy [2017] BB 40 £8.00

Lehigh * (Graham O. Jones MBE) – Children’s March: Over the Hills & Far Away (Percy Grainger) – A Bridge Too Far (John Addison) – The Seven Seas (Eric Coates) – Motet (C. Hubert Parry) – Provectus ut Vir [Advance as Heroes] (Gregory Machin) – Southerlands * (Graham O. Jones MBE) – Eagle Squadron March (K.J. Alford) – Henry the Fifth Overture (Ralph Vaughan Williams) – Gibraltar (Richard A. Waterer) – Symphony in Five Movements *: Intrada [Mosaic]/Episode I [Scherzo for Winds, Percussion & Friends]/Thanksgiving [The Last Communion]/Episode II [Scherzo for Brass, Percussion & Friends]/Alla Marcias [Montage] (Martin Ellerby)

Now Available this NEW compact disc

Under Section on Website, Military New Releases 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

The latest CD release from the Band of the Irish Guards is a superb recording entitled ‘Blue Plume: The Music of the Irish Guards’. This is a joint production between The Irish Guards Regimental Trust and MPRS (Mike Purton Recording Services). Mike has been Producer and Artistic Director for SRC (The Specialist Recording Company) for many years and as you would expect, this recording, made in the sumptuous acoustic of The Guards Chapel with the renowned Tony Faulkner as Recording Engineer is absolutely outstanding. Lasting more than 78 minutes and containing more than 20 marches (including many lesser known and new ones) plus ‘At Kitty O’Shea’s’ – a foot-tapping selection of Irish folk tunes, this CD has the Band of the Irish Guards on absolutely top form, under the direction of their Director of Music Major Bruce Miller and Bandmaster WO1 Andrew Porter.

Irish Guards Band

“Blue Plume: The Music of The Irish Guards” Major Bruce Miller,

WO1 Andrew William Porter, 1st Battalion Irish Guards Pipes & Drums *

Pipe Major Robert Fleming, Irish Guards Corps of Drums +

[Recorded at The Royal Military Chapel (The Guards’ Chapel), Wellington Barracks, London 28th-29th September 2017]

MPRS/IGB IG001 £13.00
[Compact Disc]

If You’re Irish (Shaun Glenville & Fred Godfrey, arranger C.H. Jaeger) - The Irish Guards March (C.H. Hassell, arr A.W. Porter) - Irish Guards Patrol (C. Le Thière, arr A.W. Porter - The Irish Guards Song (Sir Edward German, arr Bruce Miller) - The Irish Guards (A. Shrimpton, arr. I. Mitchell)+ - Soldiers (arr M.G. Lane)/Something About a Soldier (Noel Gay)/When the Guards are on Parade (Horatio Nicholls [aka L. Wright]/They’re Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace (H.F. Simon)/The Changing of the Guard (Flotsam & Jetsam)/Soldiers of the Queen (Leslie Stuart) - Messines Ridge (Bruce Miller) * - Star of Erin (E.G. Horabin) - Proud Heritage (Bruce Miller) - At Kitty O’Shea’s [Irish Folk Song Suite] (Johan de Meij) - I’ll Tell Me Ma! (traditional, arr S.C. Barnwell) - Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms (trad. arr Bruce Miller) - Blue Plume (C.H. Jaeger) - Carrickfergus (trad. arr M.J. Henderson) - Folk Songs of Erin (trad. arr Bruce Miller) - Sarafand (G.H. Willcocks) - Erin My Home (trad. arr P.D. Shannon) - Paddy’s Day (C.H. Jaeger) - Regimental Call - Company Marches of 1st Battalion Irish Guards (arr James Scott)* - Regimental Slow March: Let Erin Remember - Regimental Quick March: St. Patrick’s Day* - Last Post - Rouse

We will have this NEW  compact disc

“John Philip Sousa: Music For Wind Volume 17” from December.

If you would like us to let you know when available please email jono@discurio.co.uk or telephone 01732 222 296 & we will advise you when available.


Guildhall Symphonic Wind Band

“John Philip Sousa: Music For Wind Volume 17” Keith Brion

Naxos [2017] 8.559811 £9.00

The American Maid Suite – The Salute of the Nations to the Columbian Exposition – March of the Pan Americans Part 1 [World Premiere Recording]

 

We will have this NEW Irish Guards Band compact disc from

mid-November. If you would like us to let you know when available please email jono@discurio.co.uk or telephone 01732 222 296 & we will advise you when available.

 

The latest CD release from the Band of the Irish Guards is a superb recording entitled ‘Blue Plume: The Music of the Irish Guards’. This is a joint production between The Irish Guards Regimental Trust and MPRS (Mike Purton Recording Services). Mike has been Producer and Artistic Director for SRC (The Specialist Recording Company) for many years and as you would expect, this recording, made in the sumptuous acoustic of The Guards Chapel with the renowned Tony Faulkner as Recording Engineer is absolutely outstanding. Lasting more than 78 minutes and containing more than 20 marches (including many lesser known and new ones) plus ‘At Kitty O’Shea’s’ – a foot-tapping selection of Irish folk tunes, this CD has the Band of the Irish Guards on absolutely top form, under the direction of their Director of Music Major Bruce Miller and Bandmaster WO1 Andrew Porter.

Irish Guards Band

“Blue Plume: The Music of The Irish Guards” Major Bruce Miller,

WO1 Andrew William Porter, 1st Battalion Irish Guards Pipes & Drums *

Pipe Major Robert Fleming, Irish Guards Corps of Drums +

[Recorded at The Royal Military Chapel (The Guards’ Chapel), Wellington Barracks, London 28th-29th September 2017]

MPRS/IGB IG001 £13.00
[Compact Disc]

If You’re Irish (Shaun Glenville & Fred Godfrey, arranger C.H. Jaeger) - The Irish Guards March (C.H. Hassell, arr A.W. Porter) - Irish Guards Patrol (C. Le Thière, arr A.W. Porter - The Irish Guards Song (Sir Edward German, arr Bruce Miller) - The Irish Guards (A. Shrimpton, arr. I. Mitchell)+ - Soldiers (arr M.G. Lane)/Something About a Soldier (Noel Gay)/When the Guards are on Parade (Horatio Nicholls [aka L. Wright]/They’re Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace (H.F. Simon)/The Changing of the Guard (Flotsam & Jetsam)/Soldiers of the Queen (Leslie Stuart) - Messines Ridge (Bruce Miller) * - Star of Erin (E.G. Horabin) - Proud Heritage (Bruce Miller) - At Kitty O’Shea’s [Irish Folk Song Suite] (Johan de Meij) - I’ll Tell Me Ma! (traditional, arr S.C. Barnwell) - Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms (trad.  arr Bruce Miller) - Blue Plume (C.H. Jaeger) - Carrickfergus (trad. arr M.J. Henderson) - Folk Songs of Erin (trad. arr Bruce Miller) - Sarafand (G.H. Willcocks) - Erin My Home (trad. arr P.D. Shannon) - Paddy’s Day (C.H. Jaeger) - Regimental Call - Company Marches of 1st Battalion Irish Guards (arr James Scott)* - Regimental Slow March: Let Erin Remember - Regimental Quick March: St. Patrick’s Day* - Last Post - Rouse


“Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2017” dvd will be available  late November if you want us to let you know when available please email us & we will advise you when available.


Under Section on Website, Military New Releases 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017


“Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2017”
[Live Recording]
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo [2017] EMTCD 134 £14.00 [Compact Disc]
Various Military Bands, Pipes & Drums 
Fanfare to the Oceans (M. McDermott). Massed Pipes & Drums of 1st Bn Scots Guards, Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Bn Royal Regiment of Scotland, 154 [Scottish] Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps, Combined Universities’ Officer Training Corps, Australian Federal Police, New South Wales Police, Royal Caledonian Society of South Australia, Wallace Pipes & Drums [Malta], The Crossed Swords, The Scots School Albury, Pipers Trail: When the Pipers Play (traditional, arranger Gordon Rowan)/Scots Wha’ Hae’ (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/Roses O’ Prince Charlie Hae’ (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/Mist Covered Mountains of Home (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/Wha’ Wadna’ Fecht for Charlie (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/The White Cockade (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/Sean Tuibhais (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/Puit a Beul (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/The Kilt is My Delight (trad, arr Gordon Rowan & M. McDermott)/Mrs. MacLeod of Raasay (trad, arr Gordon Rowan & M. McDermott)/Blue Bonnets (trad, arr Gordon Rowan & M. McDermott)/Will Ye No Come Back Again (trad, arr Gordon Rowan & M. McDermott). Indian Naval Band: Namaste/India (trad, arr Stellus Alex)/Vande Mataram, Maa tujhe salaam (A.R. Rahman)India Wale (Vishal/Shekhar)/Hindustani (Shankar Ehsan Loy)/Nagada sang dhol baje (Sanjay Leela Bhansali)/Vande Mataram, Maa tujhe salaam (A.R. Rahman). The Fanfare Band of the 9th French Marine Infantry Brigade: Le Vent du Large (Francis Mounier, arr Pierre Carron)/Le Père la Victoire (Louis Gannes)/Me’ gav hir an amzer (trad, arr Etienne Hamayon)/Cercle Circassien (Erwan Le Gallic, arr Jean-Louis Loiseau, Etienne Hamayon)/Daft Punk Medley (Tom Wallace, Tony McCutchen)/Ton Disanv (trad, arr André Le Meut, Alain Coudrais, Fabrice Zéni). Hjaltinonhoga, The Shetland Fiddlers: Coil awa da Hawser (trad, arr M. Robertson/M. McDermott)/’Laandfaa (Robertson, arr M. Robertson/M. McDermott)/Oot be Est da Vong (trad, arr M. Robertson/M. McDermott). Tattoo Dance Company: Splashes of Tartan: Drops on the Rocks (Finlay Macdonald, arr M. McDermott)/ Splashes of Tartan: Confluence (Finlay Macdonald, arr M. McDermott)/ Splashes of Tartan: To the Forth (Finlay Macdonald, arr M. McDermott). Japan Ground Self Defence Force Central Band : Defile de l’Armee Japonaise (Charles Leroux)/Legend of Ashitaka (Joe Hisashi, arr Keiichi Kurokawa)/Tatari Game (Joe Hisashi, arr Keiichi Kurokawa)/Annie Laurie (trad, arr Keiichi Kurokawa). United States Naval Forces Europe Band: Sea Shanty Medley (trad, arr Scott Helwig)/Asleep in the Deep (H.W. Petrie, arr Scott Helwig)/Roscommon Hornpipe (M. McDermott)/Anchors Aweigh (Charles A. Zimmermann, arr Martin DeMey & Scott Helwig). Royal Regiment of Scotland Band: Ambush in the Glen (M. McDermott)/Skye Boat Song (trad, M. McDermott)/Caledonia (MacLean, arr M. McDermott & Small). The Queen’s Colour Squadron with the Royal Air Force Regiment Band: F35 Lightning (M. McDermott). HM Royal Marines Massed Bands: A Life on the Ocean Wave (Boyce)/Ship’s Belle (M. McDermott)/Carrier Strike [Drum Static] (Gordon/Harris)/Clash of the Dreadnaughts (Young)/HMS Queen Elizabeth March (Morris). Massed Military Bands: Flight of the Silver Bird (Bergenson, arr Hutchinson/Rowan) – Fireworks: Conquestador (Brooker/Reid, arr M. McDermott). Pipers Trail: Evolution (Small)/Donald Dhu (trad, arr Steven Small)/Black & White (trad, arr Steven Small, M. McDermott). Massed Military Bands: Holyrood (K.J. Alford, arr M. McDermott)/Heart of Oak (Russell, arr McDermott). Massed Military Bands & Massed Pipes & Drums: The National Anthem (trad, arr M. McDermott)/Auld Lang Syne (trad, arr M. McDermott)/Hallelujah (Cohen, arr M. McDermott/Rowan)/Lochaber No More (trad, arr Gordon Rowan)/The Castle Speaks - Scotland the Brave (trad, arr M. McDermott)/We’re No Awa’ to Bide Awa’ (trad, arr M. McDermott)/The Black Bear (trad, arr Small)

“Mountbatten Festival of Music 2017”
[Live at Royal Albert Hall, London] HM Royal Marines Massed Bands Lt Col Nick Grace OBE, Captain Steve Green, Captain Matt Weites
Chevron CHVCD 45 £12.00
[Compact Disc]


Overture from Wing Commander – On the Quarterdeck – Flight of the Silverbird – Pedetentim 60 – Deterrence – Astute – Malagueña – La Califfa – Another Brick in the Wall – All That Jazz – Women of the Waves – Pioneers of the Seas – Britannic Salute


“Buxton Military Tattoo 2017” [DVD]
Private [2017] Buxton 2017 £19.00
[2 DVD Set PAL Only]

Opening Fanfare
: Fanfare for a Dignified Occasion (Bliss). 2517 (Buxton) Squadron RAF Air Cadets Corps of Drums, Royal Corps of Signals Band: Punjaub (Payne, arranger LeThiere) - In the Stone (White, arr Tinner) Slaidburn (Rimmer) - Crazy Brass Machine (Taylor, arr Smith) - Regimental March of The Royal Signals (arr Pike). The Military Wives Choir, Chilwell: Fix You (Martin, arr Lawson) - Make You Feel My Love (Dylan) - It Don’t Mean a Thing (Ellington, arr MacHuff) - Stronger Together (Military Wives). The Waterloo Pipes, Drums & Highland Dancers: Donal MacLean of Lewis (McLeod)/Jeannie Mauchline (Bryson)/Drummers Call (arr Henry)/Ye Jacobites by Name (traditional)/The Rose Amongst the Heather (trad)/The Silver Spear (trad)/The Massacre of Glencoe (trad)/The Banjo Breakdown/The Keel Row (trad)/Orange & Blue (trad)/The Piper of Drummond (trad)/The Crags of Tumbledown (Riddle). 126 (City of Derby) Squadron RAF Air Cadets: Drill Display Team. Band & Corps of Drums Royal Logistics Corps & Band of The Army Medical Services: Grandioso (Reitz) – Thor (Tyler, arr Worek) - Eagle Squadron (Alford) - Drummers Display - Children of Sanchez (Mangione, arr Petritz-Watts) - Camus the Music Makers (Mitchell) - On Parade (Elms). The Rifles Band & Bugles: Rifles Assembly/Advance (trad) - Light Division (Bashford) - The Lines of Torres Vedras (McElligott) - You Can’t Stop the Beat (Shaiman, Wittman, arr Ricketts, featuring Lt Bethan Waters) - Les Clarion Anglais (Parkes) - The Keel Row/Road to the Isles (trad) – Spanish Gypsy Dance (Marquina) - Mechanised Infantry (McBain). Massed Bands of: The Band and Bugles of The Rifles Band & Bugles, Band & Corps of Drums Royal Logistics Corps, Army Medical Services Band, Royal Corps of Signals Band, The Waterloo Pipes, Drums &and Highland Dancers, The Military Wives Choir Chilwell, Derbyshire & Lincolnshire ACF Bands: Carry On (Winson) - Highland Laddie (trad) – Arrival (ABBA, arr Griffiths) - Highland Cathedral (Roever, Korb arr Griffiths) – YMCA (Village People, arr Griffiths) – Sunset (Green) - Lone Piper: Call to the Gathering (trad). Massed Bands: The National Anthem (arr Gordon Jacob) - Radetzky March (Strauss, arr Sharpe) - Scotland the Brave/Black Bear (trad) - Mechanised Infantry (McBain)




Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy
“John Philip Sousa: Music For Wind Band
Volume 16”
Keith Brion [World Premiere Recording*]
Naxos [2013] 8.559746 £9.00
[Compact Disc]
The Irish Dragoon [Circus Galop]* – I’ve Made My Plans for the Summer – The Charlatan [Operetta: Selections] – Pushing On [March Song] – Tyrolienne* - The Irish Dragoon [Overture]* – The Star Spangled Banner (arranger Sousa/Damrosch) – Homeward Bound [March]* – On the Tramp [March] – Wedding March – The Triumph of Time [March]

The Bate Military Ensemble
“Music of The Allies”
[From the Peninsula to Waterloo]
Narrator Major Richard Powell
[Marches & Songs from the period 1808-1815 played on historic instruments from Oxford University’s Bate Collection]
Bate Collection [2016]
CCLCD 8077 £10.50 [Compact Disc] 

Introduction [over Vencer o Morir] – Ah, Ça Ira (Bécort) – Grenadiers March – See the Conquering Hero Comes – Scotch Duty: Reveille & Tattoo – Calls Sounded on the Waterloo Bugle – Eliott’s Dragoons – The Rogue’s March – Drum Major Samuel Potter’s Calls – Riflemen’s Whistle Signals – The Queen Charlotte – Vencer o Morir [Conquer or Die] – Spanish Chant – St. Patrick’s Day – Cogadh na Sith [War or Peace] – Dutch Bugle Calls – Captain Reid’s March – Garry Owen – Over the Hills & Far Away – The Young May Moon – The Sentinel – Pain’s Quadrilles – Der Coburger – I’m 95 – Herzog von Braunschweig – Ich hatt’ einen Kameraden








HM Royal Marines Massed Bands
[Portsmouth, Collingwood, Plymouth Bands]
“The Mountbatten Festival of Music 2016” Lt Col Nick Grace OBE, Major Jon Ridley,
Major Richard Long, Captain Ian Davis
[Recorded Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London]
Chevron
[2 CD’s Set 2016] CHVCD 42 £12.00 
CD 1: Silverado (Broughton, arranger Waller) – The Grand Fleet (Keachie) – Kashmir (Page/Plant/Bonham, arr Trudgeon) – Anzac Cove (Thomas) – Clash of the Dreadnoughts (Young) – Great Little Army (K.J. Alford) – Libertango (Piazolla, arr Hodge) – February Song (Groban, arr Tripp) – Liszteria (Smith, arr Johnson) – The Music of Michael Jackson: Thriller/She Out of My Life/Bad/Earth Song/Billie Jean (arr Naughton). CD 2: Fantasia (Stokowski, arr Johnson) – Remembering Jutland (McDermott) – Rule Britannia (T. Arne) – Duelling Strings (arr Hodge)