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Title/Work March Review Medley (Part 1)
Subtitle/Content Intro: Florentine March; The Band Comes; Smart Soldiers; Marche sur des airs corinthiens; Soldier's Life; With Bombs and Grenades; The Glory of Prussia; Let's go!; Radetzky March; Smart Soldiers
Author(s)/Composer(s) Julius Fučík (1872 - 1916) Show information on MusicBrainz


Theodor Franz Schild (1859 - 1929)


Julius Lehnhardt (1827 - 1913)


Anton Seifert (1826 - 1873) Show information on MusicBrainz


Martin Schmeling (1864 - 1943)


Benjamin Bilse (1816 - 1902) Show information on MusicBrainz


Johann Gottfried Piefke (1815 - 1884) Show information on MusicBrainz


Carl Latann (1840 - 1888) Show information on MusicBrainz


Johann Strauss I (1804 - 1849) Show information on MusicBrainz
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Genre(s) Musical medleys, Musical medleys by Carl Woitschach
Music arranger(s) Carl Woitschach (1864 - 1939)
Conductor(s) Richard Crean (1879 - 1955) Show information on MusicBrainz
Performer(s) The London Palladium Orchestra (Orchestra, - ) Show information on MusicBrainz
Label His Master's Voice
Part of record HMV C 2745
Record side A
Matrix/StamperID 2EA 1401I
Recording location London Palladium, Argyll Street, London (United Kingdom)
1st recording date 1936
1st release date 1937
1st release location (origin) GB
Description Catalogue No.: 2745

Order No.: 2EA 1401

Vocal range: instrumental
References Wikipedia:

Julius Fučík (1872-1916): Florentinský pochod op. 214 (Florentiner March) (1907)

Theodor Franz Schild (1859-1929): D' Banda kommt!, op. 15 (1890)

Julius Lehnhardt (1827-1913): Schneidige Truppe, op. 17 (1885)

Anton Seifert (1826-1873): Kärtner Liedermarsch, opus 80 (1873)

Benjamin Bilse (1816-1902): Mit Bomben und Granaten (1880)

Johann Gottfried Piefke (1815-1884): Preussens Gloria (1871)

Carl Latann (1840-1888): Frei weg!

Johann Strauss I (1804-1849): Radetzky March, Op. 228 (1848)

Julius Lehnhardt (1827-1913): Schneidige Truppe, op. 17 (1885)

http://www.worldcat.org/title/soldatenleben-marsch/oclc/634872270 Martin Schmeling (1864-1943): Soldatenleben (1895)

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Schmeling,_Martin Category:Schmeling, Martin; Martin Schmeling (1864-1943)

http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no98095372.html Woitschach, Carl, 1864-1939

http://www.mastersofmelody.co.uk/richardcrean.htm The Richard Crean orchestra

http://www.guildmusic.com/reviewforguild/guildmusic_cd_review_glcd5122.htm ARR. CARL WOITSCHACH March Review Medley (1936) London Palladium Orchestra, conducted by Richard Crean - HMV C 2745


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