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Title/Work March Review Medley (Part 2)
Subtitle/Content Introducing: Bav. Avancier March; British Grenadiers; Brucker Lager March; San Lorenzo; Shoeblack; Dixie's Land; Petersburger March; Our Guards
Author(s)/Composer(s) Adolf Scherzer (1815 - 1864) Show information on MusicBrainz


Johann Nepomuk Král (1839 - 1869) Show information on MusicBrainz


Cayetano Alberto Silva (1868 - 1920) Show information on MusicBrainz


Rudolf Ehrlich (1872 - 1924) Show information on MusicBrainz


Dan Emmett (1815 - 1904) Show information on MusicBrainz


Erik Wilhelm Eriksson (1806 - 1840)


Rudolf Förster (1860 - 1894)
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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 B
Matrix/StamperID 2EA 1402II
Recording location London Palladium, Argyll Street, London (United Kingdom)
1st recording date 1936
1st release date 1937
1st release location (origin) GB
Description Order No.: 2EA 1402

Catalogue No.: C 2745

Vocal range: instrumental
References Wikipedia:

Adolf Scherzer (1815-1864): Bayerischer Avancier-Marsch (Bayerischer Defiliermarsch) (1850)
Unknown composer of the 16th century and unknown lyricist of the 17th century: The British Grenadiers (traditional)
Johann Nepomuk Král (1839-1896): Brucker Lager Marsch, op. 51 (1874)
Cayetano Alberto Silva (1868-1920): La Marcha San Lorenzo (1902)
Dan Emmett (1815-1904) (adopted in 1861 from an unknown composer and lyricist): Dixie (Traditional)
Erik Wilhelm Eriksson (c. 1806-1840): Petersburger March. Eriksson was an officer of the finnish guards of the russian army. In 1837, Emperor Nicholas I of Russia dedicated the score to his brother in law Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia

Petersburger Marsch,
Suomi-marssi:

Erik Wilhelm Eriksson (c. 1806-1840): Suomi-marssi (1837)

http://www.schloss-wahn.de/1346.html
Theaterwissenschaftliche Sammlung Schloss Wahn: Rudolf Ehrlich (1872-1924): Der Stiefelputzer (1904)

WorldCat: Rudolf Förster (unknown birth/death date): Unsere Garde (c. 1900)
http://www.worldcat.org/title/unsere-garde-marsch/oclc/315395860
http://www.dhm.de/datenbank/dhm?seite=5&fld_0=HA944287

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

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

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

https://search.books2ebooks.eu/Record/bsb_1208160

Unsere Garde Marsch /
von: Förster, Rudolf 1860-1894

Veröffentlicht: (1900)


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