Music At Sunset

Music At Sunset

27 Historic recordings, the best of the Royal Marines. This CD brings together the majesty and excellence of the Band of HM Royal Marines School of Music under the baton of their first Principal Director of Music, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Vivian Dunn, one of the giants of modern military music. The recordings have been specially selected from their EMI Gold Disc winning LPs. The tracks are:
Programme 1: Beating Retreat
1. Quick March - The Captain General - Dunn
2. Troop - Where e're you Walk - Handel arr. Dunn
3. Bugle March - Mechanised Infantry - McBain
4. Bugle Fanfare - Ceremonial Parade - Dunn
5. Drum Beatings - Emblazoned Drums & The British Grenadiers - Dunn
6. Quick March - Heart of Oak - Boyce arr. Binding
7. Finale - Land of Hope and Glory and Cockaigne - Elgar arr. J Ord Hume
8. Evening Hymn - Crimond - Grant arr. Dunn
Bugles and Band - Sunset - Green
9. Fanfare for bugles, fanfare trumpets and band - Salute for Heroes - Dunn
10. Traditional Air - Rule Britannia - Arne arr. Woods
11. Regimental March - A Life on the Ocean Wave - Russell arr. Alford

Programme 2: Music at Sunset
12. By Land and Sea - Alford
13. Viscount Nelson - Zehle
14. Thoughts - Alford
15. The Vedette - Alford
16. The Shanghai Sailor - Bridger
17. Sink the Bismarck - Parker arr. Neville

Programme 3: Tattoo
18. Quick March - The Middy - Alford
19. Troop - March and Air - Dunn
20. Bugle March - Sambre et Meuse - Rauski
21. Drum Beatings - Ceremonial Ruffle of Drums and Lilliburlero - Dunn
22. Quick March - Passing By - Dunn
23. Finale - Crown Imperial - Walton arr. Duthoit
24. Fanfare - Royal Flourish - Dunn
25. Evening Hymn and The Last Post - Nightfall in Camp - Pope
26. Patriotic Air - Jerusalem - Parry arr. Hoby
27. Regimental March - A Life on the Ocean Wave - Russell arr. Alford

Total running time 66 minutes

£12- incl p&p worldwide

A donation from each recording sold is given to the Deal Memorial Bandstand Trust, Registered Charity No. 1045095, in memory of the eleven Royal Marines musicians assassinated by an IRA bomb in September 1989