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Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches mp3 album

  • Performer: Cities Service Band Of America
  • Title: America's Favorite Marches
  • Genre: Military
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AAC VQF ADX AC3 AA AIFF MP2
  • Style: Marches
  • MP3 album: 1214 mb
  • FLAC album: 1665 mb
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Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches mp3 album

A1. Band Of America March. Composed By – Paul Lavalle. Composed By – John Philip Sousa. A3. The Washington Grays. Composed By – Claudio Grafulla. Composed By – Carl King.

Here comes the Cities Service Band of America, conducted by Paul Lavalle!" Television. In 1949, Lavalle and the band became one of the first musical groups to appear weekly on television. On May 18, 1961, Paul Lavalle and the Greatest Band in America joined singer Kay Armen in a 30-minute episode of the ABC-TV series "Music For a Spring Night" entitled "Concert in the Park. The Band opened with a spirited medley ("76 Trombones," "Strike Up the Band,") and then Miss Armen took over with "I'll Be Seeing You" and other songs. Concert in the Park (1956). Lavalle in Hi-Fi (1957). The Mighty Sousa Marches (1966). Salute to Our Fighting Men in Vietnam (1966).

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Graham McNamee was the announcer and the Goldman Band conducted by founder Edwin Franko Goldman performed when the hour-long program began February 18, 1927, on NBC; it changed to a symphonic sound with Rosario Bourdon conducting a 30-piece NBC house orchestra that summer along with the Cavaliers Quartet. She was replaced by soprano Lucille Manners in 1937. The title changed to Highways in Melody in 1944 when Paul Lavalle was the orchestra leader. Lavalle continued after the show was retitled yet again as The Cities Service Band of America which experimented with simulcasting (audio broadcast separately over the radio) in 1949 and 1950 References.

As the conductor of the Cities Service Band of America during eight years of weekly broadcasts over NBC Radio, beginning in 1948, his name became known in millions of American homes. With the help of his brother, Michael Usifer, conductor of the town band, he learned the fundamentals of most of the instruments, but preferred to perform on clarinet and saxophone. After leaving Juilliard he performed with a band in Havana, Cuba, followed by a series of concerts with the NBC Symphony, conducted by Arturo Toscanini. In addition to the famous Band of America, selected as the official band of the 1964-65 New York World's Fair, Lavalle founded the Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street, the Stradivari Orchestra, and the NBC Highways of Melody Orchestra. In 1966, he organized the McDonald All-American High School Band.

The Cities Service Concerts were musical broadcasts which had a long three-decade run on radio from 1925 to 1956, encompassing a variety of vocalists and musicians.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Band Of America March
Written By – Paul Lavalle
A2 El Capitain
Written By – John Philip Sousa
B1 The Washington Greys
Written By – C.S. Grafulla
B2 Barnum And Bailey's Favorite
Written By – Carl King
C1 Colonel Bogey March
Written By – Kenneth Alford
C2 Washington Post March
Written By – John Philip Sousa
D1 Onward, Christian Soldiers
Arranged By – Paul LavalleWritten By – Baring, Gould, Sullivan
D2 Stars And Stripes Forever
Written By – John Philip Sousa

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Record 1 Catalog Number): 547-0196
  • Other (Record 2 Catalog Number): 547-0197

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPM 3022 Cities Service Band Of America, Paul Lavalle Cities Service Band Of America, Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches ‎(10") RCA Victor LPM 3022 US 1951
P 315 Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches ‎(4xShellac, 10", Album) RCA Victor P 315 US 1951
WP 315 Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle Cities Service Band Of America Conducted By Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches ‎(4x7", Album, Mono + Box) RCA Victor WP 315 US Unknown
LPM 6 Cities Service Band Of America, Paul Lavalle Cities Service Band Of America, Paul Lavalle - America's Favorite Marches ‎(10", Mono) RCA Victor LPM 6 US 1951


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