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Album: Great Marches

Artist: Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1997
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 24

  • Copyright: ℗ Originally released 1967, 1969, 1970 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (P) 1972, 1976, 1997 SONY BMG

Tracklist For Great Marches By Artist Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic

Title Artist Time
1
Semper Fidelis Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:28 USD 1.29
2
The Thunderer Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:37 USD 1.29
3
Washington Post Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:14 USD 1.29
4
Hands Across the Sea Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:49 USD 1.29
5
Radetsky March, Op. 228 Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:27 USD 1.29
6
Under the Double Eagle Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 3:09 USD 1.29
7
Battle Hymn of the Republic Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 1:03 USD 1.29
8
Anchors Aweigh Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:37 USD 1.29
9
Stars and Stripes Forever! Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 3:14 USD 1.29
10
The British Grenadiers Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 1:09 USD 1.29
11
Rule, Britannia Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 0:48 USD 1.29
12
Le Marseillaise Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 1:00 USD 1.29
13
The National Emblem Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:57 USD 1.29
14
Rákóczy March/Hungarian Marc Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 4:32 USD 1.29
15
March of the Toreadors from Ca Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 2:34 USD 1.29
16
Coronation March from Le Proph Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 3:39 USD 1.29
17
March from the Love for Three Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 1:51 USD 1.29
18
War March of the Priests from Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 4:52 USD 1.29
19
Grand March from Aida Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 6:33 USD 1.29
20
Procession of the Sardar from Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 3:45 USD 1.29
21
March from Symphonic Metamorph Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 4:46 USD 1.29
22
Pomp and Circumstance, Op. 39 Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 5:50 USD 1.29
23
Fest March from Tanhäuser Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 6:31 USD 1.29
24
Colonel Bogey Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic 4:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For Great Marches By Artist Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic

  • What, No Dixie?

    3
    By DoktorWyzzerd
    Ol' Bernie couldn't be bothered to include what even Abraham Lincoln described as being the finest song ever written? Bah, humbug.
  • Great performance, but far too fast

    3
    By glyphrunner
    Unfortunately, Leonard Bernstein is aconductor/composer that loves to move things far too fast than what they should be. Many of the songs on this album are rushed, almost to the point of being double-time marches instead of the traditional march tempo. Great performance on the part of the orchestra, but Bernstein would have better served the music by maintaining the standard tempos.
  • Proccession of the Sardar

    5
    By MusicalPierce
    I love this song. This is my auditon piece on 1st Violin for Bakersfield's Kern County Honor Orchestra. I play violin, piano, viola, cello, and ukulele. I'm planning to play Bells & Drums. (Glockenspiel, Timpani, Drum Kit.) Someday I'll be famous.

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