Stars and stripes forever two centuries of heroic music in America

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Subjects: Organ music, Arranged
Organ music
Music--United States
Formats: Sound Recording, Vinyl
Material Type: Musical sound recording -- Monograph
Language: No Linguistic Content
Audience: Unspecified
Published: New York : Columbia, p1976
Physical Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, microgroove, quad. ; 12 in
Additional Authors: Biggs, E. Power (Edward Power), 1906-1977
Notes: LCCN: 76750179
Issue number: M 34129
Principally arrangements; E. Power Biggs, playing the organ in the Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Methuen, Mass., the Brattle Organ, Portsmouth, N.H., or the Fisk Organ in Old West Church, Boston
Durations on labels
"Stereo/quadraphonic."
Program notes by E. P. Biggs on container and specifications of organs on sheet inserted
Contents: Macdowell, E. A.D. 1620 (from Sea pieces, op. 55, no. 3) -- Anon. The London march -- Billings, W. Chester -- Anon. The Duke of York's march -- Anon. Capitain Sargent's (Light Infantry Company's) quick march -- Anon. The unknown -- Anon. General Burgoyne's march -- Anon. Brandywine quickstep -- Holden, O. Donshier quickstep -- Anon. General Washington's march -- Hewitt, J. The battle of Trenton -- Buck, D. Concert variations on The Star Spangled Banner -- Bethune, T. G. The Battle of Manassas -- Shaw, O. Trip to Pawtucket -- Joplin, S. Finale from Treemonisha: Marching onward (A real slow drag) -- Sousa, J. P. The stars and stripes forever
OCLC Number: 3488433
ISBN/ISSN: M 34129