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COPLAND, AARON: Emblems (Review by Walter Simmons)

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GRAINGER: Children’s March—Over the Hills and Far Away (Review by Walter Simmons)

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IVES, CHARLES: Country Band March. Decoration Day. Charlie Rutlage. The Circus Band. Runaway Horse on Main Street. March No. 6, with “Here’s to Good Old Yale.” The Alcotts (Review by James H. North)

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IVES, CHARLES: Fugue in C (Review by James H. North)

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IVES, CHARLES: March Intercollegiate (Review by James H. North)

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IVES, CHARLES: Omega Lambda Chi. Variations on “Jerusalem the Golden.” A Son of a Gambolier. Postlude in F (Review by James H. North)

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IVES, CHARLES: Variations on “America.” Overture and March 1776. They Are There! Old Home Days Suite (arr. Elkus) (Review by James H. North)

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PERSICHETTI: Symphony No. 6 (Review by Walter Simmons)

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RAKOWSKI, DAVID: Sliding Scales. The Third Man. Ten of a Kind. Roll Your Own. Twelve-Step Program. Mento. Cerberus. Fourth of Habit. Fists of Fury (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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SOUSA: Gallant and Gay We'll March Away/Let's Hurrah. The Pathfinder of Panama. El Capitan. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. The Gladiator. The Gliding Girl—Tango. Foshay Tower Washington Memorial. Who's Who in Navy Blue. King Cotton. The Presidential Polonaise. The Liberty Bell. With Steady Step. The Stars and Stripes Forever! Sabre and Spurs. La Reine de la Mer—Vatses. Mikado March. George Washington Bicentennial. Manhattan Beach. With Pleasure—Dance Hilarious. The Fairest of the Fair. Here's to Your Health, Sir! The Washington Post (Review by William H. Youngren)

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SOUSA: Marches (Review by William H. Youngren)

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STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Symphonies of Wind Instruments (Review by Walter Simmons)

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VERDI: Aida (Review by Walter Simmons)

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WALTON: Crown Imperial March (Review by Walter Simmons)

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WEINBERGER: Schwanda (Polka and Fugue) (Review by Walter Simmons)

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