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Band/Wind Ensemble Compact Discs

The following is a list of band and wind ensemble CDs available in the Music Library. For contents of each recording, click on the highlighted (linked) call number.

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1990 Mid-West International Band & Orchestra Clinic. Clarence, NY: Mark, 1991.
Tokyo Conservatoire Shobi Wind Ensemble ; Toshiro Ozawa, conductor ; Frederick Fennell, Robert Winslow, James Barnes, guest conductors ; Toshihisa Ogushi, alto saxophone ; Kazuko Kishida, marimba soloist.
Music of Toshi Mashima, Yuzo Toyama, Frank Bencriscutto, Bin Kaneda, James Barnes, Hiroshi Hoshina, Vittorio Monti, Ottorino Respighi, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 04957

1998 Big Red Marching Machine. Normal, IL: Illinois State University Music Dept., [1999].
Illinois State University Marching Band ; Stephen K. Steele, Daniel J. Farris, conductors.
MUS CD 04977

1998 LMEA State Music Conference presents the McNeese State University Wind Symphony. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, [1999?]
McNeese State University Wind Symphony ; Royce S. Tevis, director ; Jeff Lemke, associate director.
Music of Richard Strauss, Vincent Persichetti, Dmitrii Shostakovich, Ottorino Respighi, Carolyn Bremer, Frank Ticheli, and John N. Klohr.
MUS CD 05060

1999-2000 Illinois State University Symphonic Winds & Wind Symphony. [Normal, Ill.: Illinois State University at Normal, 2000?].
Illinois State University at Normal Symphonic Winds ; Illinois State University at Normal Wind Symphony ; Stephen K Steele and Daniel Farris, conductors.
Music of David Gillingham and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 04959

2000 College Band Directors National Association Southern Conference presents the University of Kentucky Wind Ensemble. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c2000.
University of Kentucky Wind Ensemble ; Richard Clary, conductor.
Music of Paul Hindemith, Joaquín Rodrigo, and Donald Grantham.
MUS CD 05026

2000-2001 bands in review : Brigham Young University. [Provo, Utah: The University, 1998?].
Cougar Marching Band ; Don Peterson, director ; Symphonic Band ; Randall L. Beach, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of Johan Halvorsen, Frank Ticheli, John Philip Sousa, Dmitri Shostakovich, Jack Stamp, Adam Gorb, Edouard Lalo, Roger Cichy, and Ira Hearshen.
MUS CD 04965

The 24th regular concert : Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Live Notes, p1995.
Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra ; Shimpei Shiotani, conductor ; Takayoshi Suzuki, guest conductor ; Jun Tsukimura, clarinet.
Music of Jan Van der Roost, Carl Maria von Weber, Engelbert Humperdinck, Nino Rota, Alfred Reed, Vaclav Nelhybel, R.A. Whiting, Kitaro, Maruta, and Karl King.
MUS CD 04941

The 25th regular concert : Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Live Notes, p1996.
Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra ; Shimpei Shiotani, conductor ; Mikako Ueno, Sanae Ohtanaka, sopranos ; Yuuko Tonabe, mezzo soprano ; Fujie Tamiya, narrator ; Knaben Stimmen des Shinkoiwa.
Music of Johann Sebastian Bach, David Gillingham, Engelbert Humperdinck, and R. Elnandes.
MUS CD 05052

64th annual convention, American Bandmasters Association presents the United States Air Force Band. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c1998.
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, commander/conductor.
Music of Roger Nixon, Fred Jewell, Richard Strauss, Clifton Williams, Paul Hart, Johann Strauss, Samuel A. Ward, John Philip Sousa, and Robert M. Crawford.
MUS CD 05051

65th annual convention, American Bandmasters Association presents the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Wind Ensemble. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c1999.
University of North Carolina Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor ; various guest conductors ; Edward Bach, trumpet.
Music of Sir Arthur Sullivan, Eric Whitacre, Jean Baptiste Arban, Frank Ticheli, Edward Gregson, Philip Sparke, and Dmitrii Shostakovich.
MUS CD 05059

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Adams, John, 1947- . Chamber symphony. New York: Elektra Nonesuch, p1994.
London Sinfonietta ; John Adams, conductor.
MUS CD 01527

Adams, John, 1947- . Grand pianola music. New York: Elektra Nonesuch, p1994.
London Sinfonietta ; John Adams, conductor ; John Alley and Shelagh Sutherland, pianos.
MUS CD 01527

Affirmations. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording, p2002.
Messiah College Symphonic Winds, William Stowman, conductor ; Elaine Henderson, soprano.
Music of Ron Nelson, Frank Ticheli, Luigi Zaninelli, John Philip Sousa, Eric Whitacre, Charles Knox, and Jack Stamp.
MUS CD 06566

All-Eastern honor groups 1995. Needham, Mass.: VQR Digital, p1995.
All-Eastern Band ; conductor, Donald Hunsberger, conductor.
Music of Giuseppe Verdi, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Lamont Downs, and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
MUS CD 00999

Allegories. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2004.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Frank Ticheli, Paul Hindemith, Cindy McTee, Kenneth Hesketh, and Michael Daugherty.
MUS CD 05893

Aloft!. Langley Air Force Base, Va.: [U.S. Air Force, 1997?].
United States Air Force Heritage of America Band ; Wayne Hendrick, flute ; Charles West, clarinet ; Jay Welsh, narrator ; Larry H. Lang, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Mark Watters, James Barnes, Keith Gates, Aldo Forte, John Heins, Ron Nelson, Robert Jager, and Robert Crawford.
MUS CD 04915

Altered States. Chicago: GIA, p2007.
Mary Karen Clardy, flute (Lark ascending); North Texas Wind Symphony; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Roberto Sierra, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Dwayne Milburn, Frank Ticheli, Gordon Jacob, Donald Gratham.
MUS CD 07997

American Bandmasters Association presents University of Florida Wind Symphony, Dr. David A. Waybright, conductor, March 9, 2005 : ABA 71st Annual Convention, The University of Florida, March 8-13, 2005. [S.l.]: Vestige Audio, c2005.
University of Florida Wind Symphony ; Karl Leister, clarinet ; Boston Brass (works 7, 13-14) ; Richard W. Bowles, conductor (works 1-2) ; Paul Thornton, conductor (work 3) ; David A. Waybright, conductor (work 4) ; William K. Wakefield, conductor (work 5) ; Rikard [i.e. Richard] Hansen, conductor (work 6) ; John C. Carmichael, conductor (work 7) ; Matthew Sexton, conductor (work 8) ; Thomas Leslie, conductor (work 9) ; Richard Clary, conductor (work 10) ; John Colbert, conductor (work 11) ; Gary Smith, conductor (work 12) ; Carl J. Bianchi, condutor (work 14) ; Kenneth G. Blomquist, conductor (work 15).
Music of Calixa Lavallée, Francis Scott Key, John Stafford Smith, Paul Basler, J.S. Bach, Carl Maria von Weber, Clifton Williams, Rick DeJonge, Edwin Franko Goldman, George Gershwin, John Mackey, Paul Richards, Duke Ellington, Louis Gottschalk, Richard Wagner.
MUS CD 07971

An American celebration. [Travis Air Force Base, CA: United States Air Force, 2002?]
United States Air Force Band of the Golden West ; Douglas Monroe, commander/conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Gregory Pascuzzi, Edwin Franko Goldman, Mark Camphouse, Fred Jewell, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Melillo, Aaron Copland, Charles Ives, Samuel A. Ward, Ian Fraser, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 05037

American classics. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2005.
Selections previously released on Chandos Various performers.
Music of Aaron Copland, Duke Ellington, John Philip Sousa, George Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein, Samuel Barber, and Steve Reich.
MUS CD 07870

American dreams. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p1993.
Cincinnati Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Leonard Bernstein, William Schuman, Aaron Copland, and H. Owen Reed.
MUS CD 05687

American games. [Washington D.C.: United States Marine Band, 1997?]
United States Marine Band ; Timothy W. Foley, conductor.
Music of Nicholas Maw, Charles Cushing, Florent Schmitt, Nikos Skalkottas, and Arnold Schoenberg.
MUS CD 05031

An American in Paris. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of George Gershwin, Charlie Smalls, Jack End, Leonard Bernstein, and Jacques Press.
MUS CD 00173

American influences. Tempe, Ariz.: Summit Education, p2006.
Edward Sandor, trumpet ; University of Georgia Wind Ensemble ; John Culvahouse, conductor.
Music of John N. Culvahouse, Percy Grainger, David Maslanka, Roger C. Vogel, and Michael Daugherty.
MUS CD 08426

American Music Concert. [Flagstaff, Ariz.: Northern Arizona University, 1995?]
Northern Arizona University Wind Symphony ; Dr. Patricia J. Hoy, conductor ; Dr. Richard E. Strange, guest conductor.
Music of James Barnes, Vincent Persichetti, Aaron Copland, and Howard Hanson.
MUS CD 04932

American Premieres. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [2000]
United States Air Force Band ; Colonel Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Timothy Mahr, Roger Nixon, Dana Wilson, Luigi Zaninelli, and Ira Hearshen.
MUS CD 03888

American Sounds 2 : Germany + 2. Japan: Toshiba Records, p1992.
University of Illinois Symphonic Band ; James F. Keene, conductor.
Music of Johannes Brahms, Felix Mendelssohn, Richard Wagner, Carl Maria von Weber, John Barnes Chance, and Roger Nixon.
MUS CD 05067

American treasures. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Air Force Band, [2005].
United States Air Force Concert Band ; Dennis M. Layendecker, conductor.
Music of Roger Nixon, Ron Nelson, Frank Ticheli, Vittorio Giannini, Robert Russell Bennet, and William Howard Schuman.
MUS CD 07969

American Variations. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p1995.
Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor ; with Brian Bowman, euphonium.
Music of Morton Gould, Frank Ticheli, Herbert L. Clarke, Charles Ives, Ermano Picchi, Sigmund Romberg, Robert Russell Bennett, Edwin Franko Goldman, Herman Bellstedt, David Wallis Reeves, Walter Rogers, and Frank Simon.
MUS CD 05690

An Ancient Festival. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
Music of Gordon Fujita, Bin Kaneda, Hiroshi Hoshina, Tetsunosuke Kushida, and Masaru Kawakasi.
MUS CD 00188

Anderson, Leroy, 1908-1975. Belle of the ball. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 00169

Anderson, Leroy, 1908-1975. Serenata. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 00170

Apocalyptic dreams. [Athens, Ga.?]: University of Georgia, [1995?]
Symphonic Band I ; H. Dwight Satterwhite, director ; John N. Culvahouse, associate director ; John Bleuel, guest conductor.
Music of David Gillingham, Frank Ticheli, Paul Hindemith, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Ottorino Respighi.
MUS CD 04833

Archetypes. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2010.
Ashley Voelkel, soprano ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Derek Bourgeois, Adam Gorb, Karel Husa, Kathryn Salfeder, David Sampson, Frank Ticheli, and Richard Wagner.
MUS CD 10362

Argersinger, Charles. Divertissement sur l'homme armé. Tucson, AZ: Arizona University Recordings, c1994.
Members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and San Diego Symphony Orchestra.
MUS CD 00634

Arnald Gabriel & Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Kosei, 1986.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Arnald Gabriel, conductor.
Music of Giuseppe Verdi, Pietro Mascagni, Claude T. Smith, Paul Hindemith, Johann Pachelbel, and Gustav Holst.
MUS CD 00198

The Augustana Concert Band. Sioux Falls, S.D.: Augustana College, c1997.
Augustana College Concert Band ; Bruce T. Ammann, conductor ; Augustana College Brass Choir ; Paul Hankins, conductor ; Jason Schwans, saxophone.
Music of Joan Tower, Leonard Duarte, Claude T. Smith, Percy Grainger, Brad Hinkson, Charles Knox, Gene White, Henry Fillmore, Roger Cichy, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 05064

Aurora! Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 2004.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke [conductor] ; James J. Smisek, guest conductor.
Music of Dana Wilson, Percy Aldridge Grainger, Thomas Doss, Morten Lauridsen, David Gillingham, Arnold Schoenberg, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 06601

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Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. First suite in E flat, op. 28, no. 1 ; Second suite in F, op. 28, no. 2 / Holst. Fantasia in G major / Bach. Music for the royal fireworks / Handel. New York, N.Y.: Mercury, p1999.
Cleveland Symphonic Winds ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 04834

Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Toccata and fugue. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 00172

Bacchus on Blue Ridge. Tokyo: Kosei, 1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Giuseppe Verdi, Jurriaan Andriessen, Serge Lancen, August Söderman, and Joseph Horovits.
MUS CD 00201

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Homage to Casals. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Orquestra Simfónica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya ; Leonardo Balada, conductor.
MUS CD 09370

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Homage to Sarasate. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Louisville Orchestra ; Jorge Mester, conductor.
MUS CD 09370

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Muerte de Colón. Canción. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble ; Denis Colwell, conductor ; Katy Shackleton-Williams, soprano.
MUS CD 09370

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Muerte de Colón. Danza. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble ; Denis Colwell, conductor ; Katy Shackleton-Williams, soprano.
MUS CD 09370

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Quasi un pasodoble. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Orquesta Sinfónica de la Radio TV Española ; Enrique García Asensio, conductor.
MUS CD 09370

Balada, Leonardo, 1933-. Union of the oceans. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2000].
Carnegie Mellon Wind Ensemble ; Denis Colwell, conductor.
MUS CD 09370

Band competition repertry album '94. Japan: Toshiba Records, p1993.
Shoubi Wind Orchestra ; Toshirou Ozawa, Hisaatu Kondou, conductors.
Music of Morton Gould, Jim Andy Caudill, François Joseph Gossec, James D. Ployhar, Robert W. Smith, Mark Williams, Robert Sheldon, David Shaffer, Jan Van der Roost, Joseph Olivadoti, Frank Erickson, and Caesar Giovannini.
MUS CD 05054

Band dances. Langley Air Force Bace, Va.: USAF Heritage of America Band, [2004?].
USAF Heritage of America Band ; Larry H. Lang, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Joseph Turrin, Leonard Bernstein, Vincent Mendoza, Aldo R. Forte, John Corigliano, Malcolm Arnold, and Scott Joplin.
MUS CD 06580

Band songs. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2005.
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor ; Voorhees Choir, Mary Kennedy, director ; Judith Nicosia, soprano ; Brian McIntosh, baritone.
Music of William Schuman, Percy Grainger, David Gillingham, H. Owen Reed, Roger Nixon, Fergal Carroll, David Maslanka, and William Bolcom.
MUS CD 06569

Bandances. Fayetteville, Ga.: SoundAround Audio Recordings, 2004.
Auburn University Symphonic Band ; Johnnie Vinson, conductor ; Patrick Sheridan, tuba soloists.
Music of Nancy Galbraith, Alfred Reed, Jack Stamp, [Paul] Nero, [Manuel M.] Ponce, Rimsky-Korsakov, James Barnes, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 06595

Bands of America. 1998 National Concert Band Festival. Schaumberg, IL: Bands of America ; Palatine, IL, [1998].
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 03207

Bands of America. 2000 National Concert Band Festival. Schaumberg, IL: Bands of America : Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2000.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05934

Bands of America. 2001 National Concert Band Festival. Schaumberg, IL: Bands of America ; Palatine, IL: Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2000.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05929

Bands of America. 2002 National Concert Band Festival. Schaumberg, IL: Bands of America ; Palatine, IL: Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2002.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05930

Bands of America. 2003 National Concert Band Festival. Indianapolis, IN: Bands of America ; [Palatine, IL]: Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2003.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05933

Bands of America. 2004 National Concert Band and Percussion Festival. Schaumberg, IL: Bands of America ; Palatine, IL: Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2004.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05932

Bands of America. 2005 National Concert Band Festival & National Percussion Festival. Indianapolis, IN: Bands of America ; Palatine, IL: Distributed by 800 Video Express, c2005.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05931

Bands of America. 2006 National Concert Band Festival & National Percussion Festival. Indianapolis, IN : Bands of America ; [S.l.] : Produced and distributed by Mr. Video Productions, c2006.
Various performers and composers.
See online catalog for contents.
MUS CD 08001

Barnes, James, 1949- . Fantasy variations on a theme by Niccolo Paganini. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; James Barnes, conductor.
MUS CD 00181

Barnes, James, 1949- . Fantasy variations on a theme by Niccolo Paganini. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; James Barnes, conductor.
MUS CD 00181

Barnes, James, 1949- . Scarlet and silver jubilee. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Bassett, Leslie, 1923-. Sounds, shapes and symbols. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [2001?].
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor.
MUS CD 09811

BCM men of industry. [United States?]: BCM International, [2004].
Various wind ensembles.
Music of Steven Bryant, Jonathan Newman, Eric Whitacre, James Bonney, and Modest Moussorgsky.
MUS CD 06606

Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. Candide. Overture; arr. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [2001?].
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor.
MUS CD 09811

Be Thou my vision. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Concordia University Wind Symphony ; Richard R. Fischer, conductor ; assisted by Concordia University Schola Cantorum ; Jonathan Kohrs, conductor.
Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, Earl Rosenberg, Frank Ticheli, Sidney H. Nicholson, David R. Gillingham, Carl Schalk, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Jonathan Kohrs, Jack Stamp, Timothy Mahr, Andrew Boysen, Jr., Joseph Pappas, and Paul O. Manz.
MUS CD 06607

Begian! Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 1997.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; Harry Begian, guest conductor ; John R. Locke, conductor.
Music of Andreas Makris, Timothy Mahr, Alfred Reed, Lubos Fiser, Paul Hindemith, and C.L. Barnhouse.
MUS CD 05013

Berg, Alban, 1885-1935. Chamber concerto for piano & violin with 13 wind instruments. New York, NY: Sony Classical, p1990.
Isaac Stern, violin ; Peter Serkin, piano ; members of the London Symphony Orchestra ; Claudio Abbado, conductor.
MUS CD 00824

The Big Apple. [The Netherlands?]: World Wind Music, p1994.
Amsterdam Wind Orchestra ; Heinz Friesen, conductor.
Music of Johan de Meij and Leonard Bernstein.
MUS CD 05281

The big blue ball. [Colorado Springs, CO]: United States Air Force Academy Band, [2004?].
United States Air Force Academy Band, Philip C. Chavallard ; commander/conductor ; A capella Singers ; John Teamer, vocalist ; Nancy Poffenbarger, narrator ; John Bailey, writer and narrator.
MUS CD 06582

Bird Songs. San Juan Capistrano, Calif.: Klavier Records, p1995.
North Texas Chamber Players ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Arthur Bird, Fisher Tull, and Frank Ticheli.
MUS CD 05704

Boren, Murray, 1950-. Concerto for piano and winds (1997). Provo, Utah: Tantara, p1998.
Irene Peery, piano ; Brigham Young University Wind Symphony ; David Blackinton, conductor.
MUS CD 05003

Brigham Young University Bands : band celebration 1994-1995. [Provo, Utah: The University, 1995?].
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David Blackinton, conductor.
Music of John Williams,, Malcolm Arnold, W. Francis McBeth, Frank Ticheli, John Philip Sousa, Percy Grainger, Eric Whitacre, and Henry Fillmore.
MUS CD 04961

Broadway and blue. Fremont, Ca.: Ohlone College, c1997.
Ohlone Wind Orchestra ; Philip Zahorsky, artistic director and conductor ; Pamela Resch, piano soloist.
Music of John Williams, Leonard Bernstein, George Gershwin, Eric Whitacre, Robert Russell Bennett, and Glenn Osser.
MUS CD 05066

Bronze music. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2007].
New England Conservatory's Jordan Winds ; William Drury, conductor.
Music of Gerald Levinson, Linda Dunsman, Joshua Feltman, Malcolm Peyton, Larry Bell, David Macbride, and Peter Child.
MUS CD 08395

Brooklyn Bridge. [Ann Arbor]: University of Michigan, p2005.
University of Michigan Symphony Band ; Michael Haithock, conductor ; Susan Botti, soprano ; Michael Wayne, clarinet ; Women of the University of Michigan Chamber Choir.
Music of John Williams, Leonard Bernstein, George Gershwin, Eric Whitacre, Robert Russell Bennett, and Glenn Osser.
MUS CD 07167

BYU bands 1998-1999 in review. [Provo, Utah: The University, 1999?]
Cougar Marching Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Randall L. Beach, assistant conductor ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of Richard Strauss, Peter Mennin, David Gillingham, William Schuman, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Murray Boren, and Frank Ticheli.
MUS CD 05062

BYU bands 2001-2002 in review. [Provo, Utah: The University, 2002?]
Cougar Marching Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Randall L. Beach, assistant conductor ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor ; Irene Perry-Fox, piano.
Music of Johan de Meij, Norman Dello Joio, John Zdechlik, Robert Russell Bennett, Aram Khachaturian, Donald Grantham, and George Gershwin.
MUS CD 05063

BYU bands in review: 1997-98. [Provo, Utah: The University, 1998?]
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conducto.
Music of Leonard Bernstein, Philip Sparke, Alfred Reed, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Timothy Mahr, John Philip Sousa, Mark Camphouse, and David R. Gillingham.
MUS CD 04963

BYU bands in review: 2002-2003. [Provo, Utah: The University, 2003?]
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don L. Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of Vincent Persichetti, Paul Hindemith, Igor Stravinsky, Philip Sparke, Camille Saint-Saëns, Juris Karlsons, Leonard Bernstein, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 04966

BYU bands in review: 2004-2005. [Provo, Utah: The University, 2005?]
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don L. Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of Leonard Bernstein, Roger Nixon, Carl Orff, Scott Boerma, David Kallman, Gioacchino Rossini, Jaime Texidor, Arthur Sullivan, Jan Wikegard, and Paul Hindemith.
MUS CD 06609

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California State University, Northridge Wind Ensemble. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording, 1996.
California State University, Northridge Wind Ensemble ; David Whitwell, conductor.
Music of John Zdechlik, Amilcare Ponchielli, Carl Maria von Weber, David Whitwell, Daniel Bukvich, and Rick Kirby.
MUS CD 04864

Capriccio. Cleveland, Ohio: Elf, p1999.
Paul Bro, soprano saxophone ; Chicago Saxophone Quartet ; Indiana State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; Indiana State University Faculty Chamber Winds ; John Boyd, conductor.
Music of Warren Barker, Robert Linn, Daniel McCarthy, and Jurriaan Andriessen.
MUS CD 05659

Caricatures. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2004.
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor.
Music of Roger Nixon, Jonathan Newman, Jere Hutcheson, H. Owen Reed, Robert Russell Bennett, and Daniel Ott.
MUS CD 06568

Carter, Elliott, 1908-. 16 compositions, 2002-2009. New Rochelle, NY: Bridge, p2010.
BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Oliver Knussen, conductor.
MUS CD 10494

Celebration. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording, [1998].
College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble ; William H. Silvester, director of bands ; George Balog, assistant director of bands.
Music of Philip Sparke, Aaron Copland, Percy Grainger, Ingolf Dahl, James Curnow, and Alfred Reed.
MUS CD 04939

Celebration! Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 1997.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor.
Music of Arthur Sullivan, Charles Ives, Jack Stamp, John Barnes Chance, Dana Wilson, J.C. Heed, and Philip Sparke.
MUS CD 04861

Ceremonial music. [Langley AFB, Virginia?: The Band, 2005?].
USAF Heritage of America Band ; Douglas Monroe, commander.
MUS CD 06610

Chance, John Barnes . The legacy of John Barnes Chance. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2005].
Maria Stäblein, piano ; Illinois State University Wind Symphony ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor.
Incantation and dance -- Introduction and capriccio : for piano and 24 winds -- Symphony no. 2 : for winds and percussion -- Blue Lake overture -- Elegy -- Variations on a Korean folk song.
MUS CD 06942

A child's garden of dreams. Kanagawa, Japan: GoodLife, p1999.
Atsugi Nishi High School Wind Symphony ; Tetsuya Nakayama, conductor.
Music of Timothy Mahr, Daniel Bukvich, David Gillingham, and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 04940

Chunk. Clarence, NY : Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor ; Takayoshi Suzuki, conductor (5th work).
Music of William Walton, Ottorino Respighi, Eric Whitacre, Jonathan Newman, Malcolm Arnold, and Karl King.
MUS CD 04300

Cincinnati Wind Symphony. San Juan Capistrano, CA: Klavier, p1991.
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Walter Piston, Ingolf Dahl, Aaron Copland, David Maslanka, and Leonard Bernstein.
MUS CD 05010

Cincinnati Wind Symphony. San Juan Capistrano, CA: Klavier, p1993.
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Edward Gregson, Vincent Persichetti, Arnold Schoenberg, Nicholas Maw, and George Gershwin.
MUS CD 04838

Collaborations. [Dexter, Mich.]: Equilibrium, p2004.
University of Michigan Symphony Band ; Michael Haithcock, conductor.
MUS CD 09726

Coast to coast II. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Navy Band, [1995-2000?].
United States Navy Band ; John R. Pastin, officer in charge/leader.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Vaclav Nelhybel, Frank Ticheli, Edward Gregson, Phil Burlin, Thelonious Monk, Clyde Connor, Keith Arneson, Wayne Taylor, Hank Williams, Boudleaux and Felice Bryant, Harold Arlen, Eric Whitacre, Octavio Paz, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Hoagy Carmichael, and Lloyd Pfautsch.
MUS CD 04947

Colgrass, Michael. Arctic dreams. Baton Rouge, LA: Centaur, p1996.
New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble ; Frank Battisti, conductor.
Laude -- Chorale and Alleluia -- Dies natalis -- Centennial march -- Merry mount : suite from the opera / trans. Boyd.
MUS CD 07150

The College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble presents an American tribute. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble ; William H. Silvester, conductor.
Music of Maria Oehmichen, Robert Jager, Jerry Bilik, Dana Wilson, Alfred Reed, Samuel A. Ward, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 06602

The comedians. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
Music of Dmitri Kabalevsky, Aram Khachaturian, Igor Stravinsky, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 00187

Commemoration. Washington, D.C.: United States Navy Band, [1996?].
United States Navy Band ; Lieutenant Commander John R. Pastin, officer in charge/leader.
Music of Frank Ticheli, Malcolm Arnold, George Gershwin, W. Francis McBeth, Germaine Tailleferre, Carlton A. Lind, Leonard Bernstein, John Philip Sousa, and Vaclav Nelhybel.
MUS CD 04832

Convergence. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier Music Productions, p2000.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of David Dzubay, Fisher Tull, Jacques Press, Stephen Gryc, Paul Hindemith, and Percy Aldridge Grainger.
MUS CD 05694

Corigliano, John, 1938-. Circus maximus ; Gazebo dances / John Corigliano. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2009.
The University of Texas Wind Ensemble ; Jerry Junkin, conductor.
Circus Maximus: symphony no. 3 fr large wind ensemble, Gazebo Dances: for band.
MUS CD 09743

Corigliano, John, 1938-. Gazebo dances. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [2001?].
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor.
MUS CD 09811

Courtly dances. [Washington, DC: United States Marine Corp, 1996?].
United States Marine Band ; John Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of Bedrich Smetana, Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Scott Jopin, Scott Hayden, Benjamin Britten, Igor Stravinsky, Percy Grainger, John Philip Sousa, Gerónimo Giménez, and Richard Strauss.
MUS CD 00886

A crescent still abides. Kanagawa, Japan: GoodLife, p1999.
Atsugi Nishi High School Wind Symphony ; Tetsuya Nakayama, conductor.
Music of David Gillingham, Ron Nelson, Timothy Mahr, and Joseph Schwantner.
MUS CD 04935

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Dance rhythms. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [p1998?]
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor.
Music of Steven Bryant, Frank Ticheli, Wallingford Riegger, Ralph Hultgren, NOrman Dello Joio, and Bruce Yurko.
MUS CD 04929

Dances and dreams. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
University of Florida Wind Symphony ; David A. Waybright, conductor ; Brendan Nolan and Friends.
Music of Paul Basler, Dan Welcher, Paul Richards, and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 06594

Dances with winds. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2005.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell, conductor.
Music of Kenneth Hesketh, Nikos Skalkottas, John Corigliano, and Adam Gorb.
MUS CD 06858

Danzante. [Tempe, Ariz.]: Summit Records, p2006.
James Thompson, trumpet ; Eastman Wind Ensemble ; Mark Davis Scatterday, conductor.
Music of Michel Colombier, Eric Ewazen, Jacques Hétu, Louis Stewart, and Dana Wilson.
MUS CD 09725

Daugherty, Michael, 1954-. Music of Michael Daugherty. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, c2001.
Evelyn Glennie, percussion ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
MUS CD 04710

Deja view. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p1998.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Troy Breaux, Shawn Hart, Jeff Prosperie, Edward Stephan, percussion soloists (4th work) ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Adam Gorb, Leslie Bassett, Russell Peck, Michael Colgrass, Jere Hutcheson, and Frank Ticheli.
MUS CD 03706

DePaul University Wind Ensemble. Albany, NY: Albany Records, [2001]
DePaul University Wind Ensemble ; Donald DeRoche, conductor.
Music of Ingolf Dahl, Silvestre Revueltas, Henk Badings, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.
MUS CD 04129

Dialogues & entertainments. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p1997.
Teresa Maria Gomez, soprano (2nd, 4th-5th works) ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Carolyn Bremer, William Kraft, Ernst Toch, Jack Stamp, Martin Mailman, and John Corigliano.
MUS CD 03705

Director's choice. [Washington, DC: United States Marine Corp, 1996?].
United States Marine Band ; John Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of Hector Berlioz, Richard Wagner, G.W. Chadwick, Boris Kozhevnikov, Enrique Granados, and Ottorino Respighi.
MUS CD 00887

Diversions. Clarence, NY : Mark Custon Recording Service, p2001.
Texas Tech University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; John Cody Birdwell, conductor.
Music of Peter Mennin, John Corigliano, David Gillingham, Adam Gorb, Donald Grantham, and Paul Hindemith.
MUS CD 04830

Dream catchers. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2000.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Nancy Galbraith, Malter Mays, Leslie Bassett, Joseph Schwantner, Will L. Thompson, David Gillingham, and Rolf Rudin.
MUS CD 03704

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Early light. Langley Air Force Base, VA: Songs of America, [2001?].
USAF Heritage of America Band ; Larry H. Lang, conductor.
Music of Carolyn Bremer, Dudley Buck, E.E. Bagley, Louis Panella, Charles Parker, Samuel Barber, Jack Lawrence, Sam Lewis, Julie Giroux, Eric Ewazen, William Steffe, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 04917

Ebony concerto. San Francisco, CA : Reference Recordings, c1993.
John Bruce Yeh, clarinet ; DePaul University Wind Ensemble ; Donald DeRoche, director ; DePaul University Jazz Ensemble I ; Robert Lark, director.
Music of Igor Stravinsky, Victor Babin, Morton Gould, Leonard Bernstein, and Artie Shaw.
MUS CD 04829

English folk songs. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Gordon Jacob, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gustav Holst, and William Walton.
MUS CD 00200

Equus! Greensboro : UNCG School of Music, 2001.
UNCG Wind Ensemble, John R. Locke, Tammy Fisher, Andrea Brown, conductors ; Levone Tobin-Scott, mezzo soprano.
Music of Philip Sparke, Jack Stamp, Timothy Mahr, Jacques Press, Johann Sebastian Bach, Frank Ticheli, Camille Saint-Saëns, Charles Ives, and Eric Whitacre.
MUS CD 05014

Escapades. Boca Raton, FL.: Klavier, p2002.
Micah Standley, bassoon ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Figyes Hidas, Peter Graham, Jules Massenet, Donald Grantham, and Percy Grainger.
MUS CD 05696

Evolution. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [1999?]
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Gustav Holst, Peter Mennin, Howard Hanson, Vaclav Nelhybel, Walter Mays, and Dan Welcher.
MUS CD 03886

Ewazen, Eric, 1954- . Shadowcatcher. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Juilliard Wind Ensemble ; American Brass Quintet ; Mark Gould, conductor.
Music of Eric Ewazen, William Schuman, and Mel Powell.
MUS CD 04112

Exodus. Tokyo: Kosei, 1990.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, arranger-conductor.
Popular and film music arranged for band.
MUS CD 00183

Experiments on a march. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2006.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell, conductor.
Music of Charles Ives, Henry Purcell, Mauricio Kagel, Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner, Kurt Weill, Marcel Wengler.
MUS CD 08710

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Family album. Washington, DC: United States Marine Band, [2005].
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Lt. Col. Michael J. Colburn, director ; GySgt. Matthew Harding, trumpet ; MSgt. Betsy Hill, flute.
Music of Aaron Copland, Scott Lindroth, John Williams, Walter Piston, Michael Gandolfi, and Morton Gould.
MUS CD 06420

Fantasy! Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 1998.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor.
Music of Paul Hart, Johan Halvorsen, Philip Sparke, Leonard Bernstein, Darius Milhaud, and James Barnes.
MUS CD 05012

Fanfare and allegro. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Clifton Williams, Arnold Schoenberg, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Johannes Brahms, Richard Strauss, and Richard Wagner.
MUS CD 00168

Festive adorations. River Forest, Ill.: Concordia University, p1993.
Concordia University Wind Symphony ; Richard Fischer, conductor.
Music of Alfred Reed, James Curnow, David Holsinger, Pavel Chesnokov, J. Robert Hanson, Johann Sebastian Bach, Jack Stamp, Adoniram J. Gordon, Frank Erickson, and Vaclav Nelhybel.
MUS CD 04928

Festive music of Prague. Czech Republic: Clarton, p1998.
Czech Army Central Band ; Karel Beloubek, chief conductor ; Viliam Béres, Jaroslav Síp, conductors.
Music of Josef Suk, Antonín Dvorák, Bedrich Smetana, Julius Fucík, Jan Fadrhons, Otmar Mácha, Zdenek Lukás, Evzen Zámecník, Pavel Stanek, Lubos Fiser, Karel Belohoubek, and Václav Trojan.
MUS CD 04936

La fiesta mexicana. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of H. Owen Reed, Gioacchino Rossini/Ottorino Respighi, D. Godfrey, Leonard Bernstein, John Krance, Yuzo Toyama, and Genba Fujita.
MUS CD 00171

The fifty-seventh annual 2003 Midwest Clinic : Indiana University Wind Ensemble. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2004.
Joseph Alessi, trombone ; Indiana University Wind Ensemble ; Ray E. Cramer, Stephen W. Pratt, David C. Woodley, Douglas Stotter, conductors.
Music of Richard Strauss, Johannes Brahms, Samuel R. Hazo, Michael Daugherty, Andrew Rindfleisch, Percy Grainger, Eric Ewazen, Donald Grantham, and C.L. Barnhouse.
MUS CD 06576

The fifty-seventh annual 2003 Midwest Clinic : the United States Army Field Band. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2004.
The United States Army Field Band ; Finley R. Hamilton, commander ; John C. Clanton, deputy commander ; Donald Hunsberger, Ray Cramer, Thomas Duffy, guest conductors ; Albert Torres, euphonium ; Diana Powers, flute.
Music of Julie Giroux, John Stafford Smith [i.e. Gioacchino Rossini], Percy Grainger, Herman Bellstedt, John Philip Sousa, Charles T. Griffes, Vincent Persichetti, Philip Sparke, Donald Grantham, Thomas Duffy, and Dmitri Shostakovich.
MUS CD 06577

The Fifty-sixth Annual Midwest Clinic 2002 : Dobyns-Bennett High Symphonic Band. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recoding Service, p2003.
Dobyns-Bennett High Symphonic Band ; Lafe Cook, conductor ; Gary Sousa, Col. John Bourgeois and W.J. Julian, guest conductors ; Gene Pokorney, tuba soloist.
Music of Jay Gilbert, David Gillingham, Boris Kozhevnikov, Georges Bizet, Gerald Finzi, Kees Vlak, Frank Ticheli, J P. Sousa, Robert Sheldon, and Luigi Denza.
MUS CD 06575

Fillmore, Henry, 1881-1956. Military escort : the music of Henry Fillmore. [United States: U.S. Air Force, p1999?]
Band of the U.S. Air Force Reserve ; N. Alan Clark, conductor.
Rolling thunder, Men of Florida, Miami, Men of Ohio, The Crosley march, Americans we, Mt. Healthy, The footlifter, Military escort, Noble men, The President's march, The klaxon, His honor, The man of the hour, Orange Bowl, and The circus bee.
MUS CD 05033

Fireworks for band. Langley Air Force Base, Va.: Tactical Air Command Band; Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Records, [1990]
The United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of David Holsinger, Norman Dello Joio, Ira Hearshen, Vincent Persichetti, and James Barnes
MUS CD 05048

First flight. Travis Air Force Base, Calif.: USAF Band of the Golden West, [2003-2004?]
United States Air Force Band of the Golden West ; Douglas Monroe, commander/conductor ; Mieke Bruggeman, saxophone.
Music of Jeremy Martin, Ron Goodwin, W. Francis McBeth, Timothy Mahr, George W. Hespe, George Roumanis, Kenneth J. Alford, Gregory W. Yasinitsky, Bill Conti, and Frank Frank.
MUS CD 06583

First flights. Scott Air Force Base, Ill.: United States Air Force Concert Band, [2003]
United States Air Force Concert Band; Colonel Dennis M. Layendecker, Commander and Music Director.
Music of Roger Cichy, Claude T. Smith, Henry Mancini, John Philip Sousa, Kenneth J. Alford, William Walton, Samuel Barber, Ron Goodwin, Floyd E. Werle, Edwin Franko Goldwin, and W. Francis McBeth.
MUS CD 07970

For the record : highlights from recordings in the American Bandmasters Association Research Center. College Park, MD: University of Maryland, c2003.
Various performers.
Music of Victor Herbert, Mayhew L. Lake, Jean-Baptiste Faure, Patrick Gilmore, W. Seneca Mygrant, Karl L. King, Thacher Howland Guild, Rex Mitchell, Claudio S. Grafulla, Howard C. Bronson, W.L. Wilson, Davide Delle Cese, Edwin Franko Goldman, Herbert L. Clarke, and William Hill.
MUS CD 05072

The Forest High connection : esprit. [Sydney, Australia]: Forest High School, [1997?].
Forest High Wind Orchestra ; Robert Bedwell, conductor ; Forest High Stage Band ; Forest '97 Touring Stage Band ; Simon Sweeney, conductor.
Music of Ed Huckeby, Sammy Nestico, Jay Beckenstein, Brian Hogg, R.B. Hall, Dinah Washington, George Gershwin, Robert Jager, Hendrik Hardy Mertens, and W. Francis McBeth.
MUS CD 05073

Française et américaine musique. Clarence, NY: Mark, 2001.
University of Florida Wind Symphony ; David A. Waybriht, conductor.
Music of Michael Daugherty, Paul Richards, Dana Wilson, Florent Schmitt, Jacques Castérède, and Camille Saint-Saëns.
MUS CD 05023

Frederick Fennell & Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Kosei, 1986.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Julius Fucík, Clifton Williams, Vaclav Nelhybel, Robert Russell Bennett, John Barnes Chance, Gustav Holst, and Jacques Press.
MUS CD 00196

French impressions. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Concert Band, [2000]
United States Air Force Concert Band ; Colonel Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Emmanuel Chabrier, Jacques Ibert, Jules Massenet, Camille Saint-Saëns, Maurice Ravel, and Claude Debussy.
MUS CD 03889

French wind band classics. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2000.
Joseph Alessi, trombone ; Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Timothy Reynish, conductor.
Music of Florent Schmitt, Camille Saint-Saëns, Eugene Bozza, Darius Milhaud, and Hector Berlioz.
MUS CD 04128

Fresno State bands. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording, 1994.
Fresno State University Bulldog Marching Band ; Fresno State University Bulldog Beat ; Lawrence P. Sutherland, director of bands ; Gary P. Gilroy, associate director of bands.
MUS CD 04986

From fife and drum : Marine Band recordings, 1890-1988. [Washington, D.C.: United States Marine Corps, 1988].
United States Marine Band ; conductors, John Philip Sousa, Francesco Fanciulli, William H. Santelmann, Taylor Branson, Albert Schoepper, Dale Harpham, Jack Kline, and John R. Bourgeois.
Music of John Philip Sousa, A.F. Weldon, Hermann Blankenburg, C.L. Johnson, Charles Gounod, Franz Liszt, Franz von Suppé, Hector Berlioz, Clare Grundman, George W. Warren, and Jacques Offenbach.
MUS CD 05039

From this moment on. Washington, D.C.: The Band, [2001?].
United States Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants ; Lowell E. Graham, commander, conductor.
MUS CD 04971

Frontiers. [Langley Air Force Base, Va.: United States Air Force?, 1998?].
United States Air Force Heritage of America Band ; Larry H. Land, Keelan E. McCamey, conductors.
Music of Richard Strauss, Gustav Holst, Aldo Forte, Philip Wilby, and Frank Ticheli.
MUS CD 04914

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G & M latest British publications for concert band, vol. 4 : including new titles from Shawnee Press. Aylesbury, England : G & M Brand ; Delaware Water Gap, Pa. : Shawnee Press, distributors for USA and Canada, 199?]
Geoffrey Brand, conductor.
See Library Catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05069

Gawd$illa eats Las Vegas! . Clarence, NY: Mark Records, c1997.
Steve Houghton, percussion (3rd work) ; UNLV Wind Symphony ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor ; Takayoshi Suzuki, guest conductor (5th work).
Music of Philip Sparke, Frank Ticheli, William Childs, James Bocook, Jan Van der Roost, Eric Whitacre, and Karl L. King.
MUS CD 03863

Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Strike up the band. Königsdorf [Germany]: Capriccio, p1993.
Tony Fisher, lead trumpet ; HR-Brass (Brass Ensemble of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra) ; Jiggs Whigham, conductor and solo trombone.
MUS CD 01782

Ghost train. Clarence, NY: Mark Records, c1995.
Kimberly Fuselier, soprano ; University of Nevada, Las Vegas Wind Symphony ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor ; Takayoshi Suzuki and Eric Whitacre, guest conductors.
Music of Claude T. Smith, James Barnes, Eric Whitacre, Camille Saint-Saëns, Doug Wright, Richard Wagner, and Karl L. King.
MUS CD 00592

Giannini, Vittorio, 1903-1966. West Point symphony / Morton Gould. Symphony no. 3 / Vittorio Giannini. Symphony no. 4 / Alan Hovhaness. [New York, NY]: New York, N.Y. : Mercury, p1992.
Eastman Wind Ensemble ; A. Clyde Roller, conductor.
MUS CD 04828

Ghost train. [Hiroshima City, Japan]: Brain, p1996.
Hokkaido Engaru Koko Suisogakubu ; Imai Narumi, conductor.
Music of E. Whitacre, J. Barnes, J. Schwantner, F. Schmitt, and P. Hindemith.
MUS CD 05632

Ghosts. Boca Raton, FL.: Klavier, p2005.
Philharmonia à Vent Wind Orchestra ; John Boyd, conductor.
Music of Richard Rodney Bennett, Stephen McNeff, Gustav Holst, and Christhoper Marshall.
MUS CD 06546

Giannini, Vittorio, 1903-1966. Symphony no. 3 / Vittorio Giannini. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2006.
University of Houston Wind Ensemble ; Tom Bennett, conductor.
Dedication overture -- Fantasia -- Praeludium and Allegro -- Symphony no. 3 -- Variations and fugue.
MUS CD 07244

The golden age of the American march. [New York, NY]: New World Records, [198-?], p1976.
Edwin Franko Goldman Band ; Richard Franko Goldman, Ainslee Cox, conductors.
Marches of Adams, Carter, Sousa, Weldon, Fillmore, Goldman, Herbert, Bigelow, Chadwick, Seitz, Mygrant, Pryor, and Hall.
MUS CD 02915

The golden age of the concert band. [U.S.A.]: USAF Heritage of America Band, [200-?]
USAF Heritage of America Band ; Larry H. Lang, conductor ; guest musicians.
Music of Henry Fillmore, Franz von Suppé, Edwin Franko Goldman, Herman Bellstadt, Eduard Strauss, Carl Teike, Umberto Giordano, John Philip Sousa, Haydn Wood, André Messager, Johannes Brahms, Camille Saint-Saëns, William Paris Chambers, Hector Berlioz, and Edward Victor Cupero.
MUS CD 05032

Golden anniversary celebration : commemorating 50 years of musical excellence. New York: Digital House, 1992.
Air Force Band of Flight ; Shelton, Richard A., Commander/conductor.
Music of John Wasson, Norman Dello Joio, Bill Conti, and Steve Ward.
MUS CD 04860

Gossec, François Joseph, 1734-1829. Symphonies, clarinets (2), horns (2), bassoons (2), Eb major. [Québec]: ATMA Classique, p2010.
Les Jacobins ; Mathieu Lussier, artistic direction.
MUS CD 10549

Gould, Morton, 1913-. West Point symphony / Morton Gould. Symphony no. 3 / Vittorio Giannini. Symphony no. 4 / Alan Hovhaness. [New York, NY]: New York, N.Y. : Mercury, p1992.
Eastman Wind Ensemble ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 04828

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961. An introduction to Percy Grainger. Colchester, Essex, Eng.: Chandos Records, c2006.
BBC Philharmonic ; City of London Sinfonia ; Richard Hickox, conductor ; Matthias Bamert, conductor ; Joyful Company of Singers ; Stephen Varcoe, baritone ; Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Timothy Reynish, conductor.
Country gardens (version A) -- Irish tune from County Derry -- Green bushes-- Early one morning-- There was a pig went out to dig -- Shepherd's hey -- Shallow Brown -- Lincolnshire posy -- The immovable Do (The cyphering C) -- Handel in the Strand -- I'm seventeen come Sunday -- Blithe bells -- Molly on the shore -- Mock morris -- English dance.
MUS CD 08526

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961 . The music of Percy Grainger. Vol. 4. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2004.
University of Houston Wind Ensemble ; Tom Bennett, conductor.
The gum-suckers march -- Tuscan serenade, op. 3 no. 2 -- Prelude in the Dorian mode -- Chorale no. 2 -- The merry king -- O Mensch, bewein' dein' Sünde gross -- The warriors.
MUS CD 06578

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961. Percy Aldridge Grainger. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2006.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Disc 1. Children's march -- Over the hills and far away -- Irish tune from County Derry -- Shepherd's hey -- Colonial song -- The immovable do -- Prelude in the Dorian mode -- Themes from "Green bushes" -- Down longford way -- The Sussex mummers' Christmas carol -- Ye banks and braes o' Bonnie Doon -- Six dukes went a-fishin' -- Early one morning -- Lincolnshire posy -- Lisbon -- Horkstow Grange -- Rufford Park poachers -- The brisk young sailor -- Lord Melbourne -- The lost lady found -- Lads of Wamphray : march -- Irish tune from County Derry -- Molly on the shore -- Australian up-country tune -- Handel in the strand -- O mensch bewein' dein' sünde gross -- Country gardens -- Shenandoah -- "The gumsuckers" march -- Harvest hymn -- The warriors.
MUS CD 06978

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961. Sentimentals. Colonial song, band. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [2001?].
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor.
MUS CD 09811

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961 . Works for wind orchestra. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p1997.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell and Timothy Reynish, conductors.
Hill song no. 2 -- Ye banks and braes o' bonnie Doon -- Faeroe Island dance -- The lads of Wamphray march -- Irish tune from County Derry -- Shepherd's hey! -- The merry king -- Molly on the shore -- Country gardens -- Colonial song -- The gum-suckers march -- Linconshire posy.
MUS CD 04749

Grainger, Percy, 1882-1961 . Works for wind orchestra 2. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p1998.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell and Timothy Reynish, conductors.
The Power of Rome and the Christian Heart -- Children's march (RMTB No. 4) -- Bell piece -- Blithe bells -- The immovable Do -- Hill song I -- Hill song II -- Irish tune from County Derry (BFMS No. 29) -- Marching song of democracy.
MUS CD 04748

Grand scenes. [Washington, D.C.: United States Marine Band, 2000?]
United States Marine Band ; Timothy W. Foley, director.
Music of Richard Wagner, Gioacchino Rossini, Jules Massenet, Pietro Mascagni, Jerónimo Giméz, and Giuseppe Verdi.
MUS CD 05008

Grantham, Donald, 1947- . Baron Cimetière's mambo. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Guildhall Symphonic Wind Ensemble. London: Polyphonic, p1998.
Guildhall Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; Graham Lee, trombone ; Simon Wills, Peter Gane, conductors.
Music of Buxton Orr, Robert Saxton, Simon Wills, and John McCabe.
MUS CD 05030

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Hail, New Mexico! Albuquerque, NM : University of New Mexico, 1991.
University of New Mexico Spirit Marching Band ; Gregory G. Clemons, director ; Douglas Nottingham, assistant director.
MUS CD 04985

Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. First suite in E flat, op. 28, no. 1 ; Second suite in F, op. 28, no. 2 / Holst. Fantasia in G major / Bach. Music for the royal fireworks / Handel. New York, N.Y.: Mercury, p1999.
Cleveland Symphonic Winds ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 04834

Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Music for the royal fireworks : original version 1749 . [Germany]: Archiv Produktion : Deutsche Grammophon, p1997.
The English Concert ; Trevor Pinnock, conductor.
MUS CD 01886

Hands across the sea. [Peterson AFB, Colo.: Air Force Space Command, 2002?].
The United States Air Force, Band of the Rockies ; Philip C. Chevallard, conductor.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Isaac Albéniz, Amilcare Ponchielli, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Meredith Willson, Alfred Newman, Paul Anka, Ralph Vaughan Williams, William Walton.
MUS CD 04951

Hanson, Howard, 1896-. Laude / music of Howard Hanson. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2006.
The Philharmonia á Vent Wind Orchestra ; John Boyd, conductor.
MUS CD 07150

Harbison, John. City blocks. Baton Rouge, LA: Centaur, p1996.
New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble ; Frank Battisti, conductor.
Laude -- Chorale and Alleluia -- Dies natalis -- Centennial march -- Merry mount : suite from the opera / trans. Boyd.
MUS CD 07150

Harbison, John. Music, winds. Baton Rouge, LA: Centaur, p1996.
New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble ; Frank Battisti, conductor.
Laude -- Chorale and Alleluia -- Dies natalis -- Centennial march -- Merry mount : suite from the opera / trans. Boyd.
MUS CD 07150

Hearts music. Clarence, NY: Mark Records, 1990.
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of David Diamond, Walter Hartley, Lyn Murray, Michael Colgrass, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04837

Hemispheres. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier, p2003.
Kathleen Reynolds, bassoon ; Keiko Abe, Mark Ford, marimbas ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of David Dzubay, Daniel McCarthy, Scott Lindroth, Keiko Abe, Phillip Sparke, and Joseph Turrin.
MUS CD 05698

Here's to America. Fort Monroe, Va.: U.S. Continental Army Band, [2002?]
Hilario Mireles, Jeanine Ross, Roger Wells, vocalists ; United States Continental Army Band ; Beth T.M. Steele, Domingos S. Robinson, conductors.
Music of Alfred Reed, John Williams, Claude T. Smith, Diane Warren, John Philip Sousa, Mariah Carey, Louis Durham, Steven C. Chapman, Lee Greenwood, Alan Menken, and Samuel A. Ward.
MUS CD 05044

Hey! Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2004.
Rutgers University Wind Ensemble & Chamber Winds ; William Berz, conductor.
Music of Timothy Mahr, Jeffrey Brooks, H. Owen Reed, Steven Bryant, Steven Bryant, and Joseph T. Spaniola.
MUS CD 06567

Hindemith, Paul, 1945-. Orchestral works / Hindemith.
[England]: EMI Classics, p1994 Custom Recording Service, 1995.
Philharmonia Orchestra ; Paul Hindemith, conductor.
Symphony in B flat for concert band.
MUS CD 08355

Holsinger, David R., 1945-. The symphonic wind music of David R. Holsinger. Volume 1. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1995.
University of Arkansas Wind Ensemble, W. Dale Warren, conductor ; University of Illinois Symphonic Band, James F. Keene, conductor ; United States Air Force Band, Col. Alan Bonner, conductor ; University of North Texas Symphonic Band, Dennis Fisher, conductor.
The Fort Canterbury adventures, The gathering of the ranks at Hebron, Liturgical dances, To tame the perilous skies, Ballet sacra.
MUS CD 05011

Holsinger, David R., 1945-. The symphonic wind music of David R. Holsinger. Volume 2. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1995.
Concordia University Wind Symphony ; Concordia University Kapelle Choir ; Richard Fischer, conductor.
Sinfonia voci (with choir), On a hymnsong of Philip Bliss, On a hymnsong of Lowell Mason, Consider the uncommon man, On a hymnsong of Robert Lowry, On a Southern hymnsong, On an American spiritual, In the spring, at the time when kings go off to war, A childhood hymn, Sinfonia voci (band version).
MUS CD 04870

Holsinger, David R., 1945-. The symphonic wind music of David R. Holsinger. Volume 3 : the Easter symphony. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1997.
University of North Texas College of Music: Symphonic Band ; Dennis W. Fisher, conductor ; Grand Chorus ; Mel Ivey, conductor ; Kenneth Lee and Cody Garner, baritone soloists.
MUS CD 04871

Holsinger, David R., 1945-. The symphonic wind music of David R. Holsinger. Volume 4. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1997.
University of Nevada, Reno Wind Ensemble, A.G. McGrannahan, conductor.
Nilesdance, Gypsydance, Deerpath dances, Partita allegro, Mobbusters, On ancient hymns and festal dances, Graysondance, Scrampy Bumptoe's picture cards and ragtag dances, Texas promenade, Havendance.
MUS CD 04872

Holsinger, David R., 1945-. The symphonic wind music of David R. Holsinger. Volume 6. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1998].
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor.
Abram's pursuit, The Forbasti tryplych, part 3, Prairie dances, Von Grrhart's 613th regimental march, Kansas City dances, A little mystery music, Homage, A jolly walk in Hibbertland, The war trilogy, Hopak Raskolniki, The cluster fluster bluster march, American faces.
MUS CD 04873

Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934. First suite in E flat, op. 28, no. 1 ; Second suite in F, op. 28, no. 2 / Holst. Fantasia in G major / Bach. Music for the royal fireworks / Handel. New York, N.Y.: Mercury, p1999.
Cleveland Symphonic Winds ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 04834

Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934. Gustav Holst. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2006.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
First suite in E-flat -- In the bleak midwinter -- Bach's Fugue à la gigue -- Hammersmith -- A moorside suite -- Marching song -- A Somerset rhapsody -- Second suite in F.
MUS CD 06979

Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934. The planets / Gustav Holst. Appalachian spring / Aaron Copland. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1998]
University of Houston Wind Ensemble ; Eddie Green, director.
MUS CD 05019

Holst, Gustav, 1874-1934. Suite no. 1 in E flat ; Suite no. 2 in F / Gustav Holst. Folk song suite ; Toccata marziale / Ralph Vaughan Williams. Canzona / Peter Mennin. Psalm / Vincent Persichetti. La fiesta mexicana / [H.] Owen Reed . New York, N.Y.: Mercury, p1999.
Eastman Wind Ensemble ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 03164

Homage. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2008.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of David Dzubay, Peter Graham, Wataru Hokoyama, Daniel Kallman, Ron Nelson, and Michael Walters.
MUS CD 09718

Homage. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2008.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of David Dzubay, Peter Graham, Wataru Hokoyama, Daniel Kallman, Ron Nelson, and Michael Walters.
MUS CD 09718 c.2

Home for the holidays. Langley Air Force Base, VA: United States Air Force Heritage of America Band, [2005].
Air Combat Command Heritage of America Band ; Douglas Monroe, commander/conductor ; Jamie Farr, narrator ; various vocal and instrumental soloists.
Music of Leroy Anderson, Tim Clott, Randol All Bass, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and George Frideric Handel.
MUS CD 06611

Home of the brave / the United States Air Force Band. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Air Force Band, [2005].
Ceremonial Brass (1st-4th works) ; Max Impact (3rd-5th works) ; Singing Sergeants (5th-9th, 12th, 14th, and 15th works) ; Symphony Orchestra (5th, 8th, and 9th works) ; Concert Band (10th-15th works) ; men's chorus (13th work) ; Dennis M. Layendecker, conductor
Music of Robert S. Thurston, Irving Berlin, Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers, Laythan Amor and Bunny Hull, Brendan Graham and Rolf Lovland, Gene Scheer, Lawrence Binyon and Douglass Guest, John Williams, Joseph M. Martin and J. Paul Williams, Mark Camphouse, Edwin Franco Goldman, John M. Bliss, William Billings, Katherine Lee Bates, William Steffe and Julia Ward Howe.
MUS CD 07968

Hovhaness, Alan, 1911-. Star Dawn. [New York, NY]: New York, N.Y. : Mercury, p1992.
Christian Lindberg, trombone ; The Ohio State University Concert Band ; Keith Brion, conductor.
Symphony no. 53, Symphony no. 29, The flowering peach, Grand final processional from Symphony no. 20.
MUS CD 4857

Hovhaness, Alan, 1911-. West Point symphony / Morton Gould. Symphony no. 3 / Vittorio Giannini. Symphony no. 4 / Alan Hovhaness. [New York, NY]: New York, N.Y. : Mercury, p1992.
Eastman Wind Ensemble ; A. Clyde Roller, conductor.
MUS CD 4828

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I am an American. Washington, D.C.: The Band, [2001?].
United States Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants ; Lowell E. Graham, commander, conductor.
Music of Dudley Buck, Morton Gould, John Philip Sousa, E.E. Bagley, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 04974

Illinois State University Wind Symphony. Canton, Ohio: Ambience, [1993].
Illinois State University Wind Symphony ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor ; Kimberly M. McCoul, flute soloist.
Music of Edward Gregson. Daniel Bukvich, David Stanhope, and Juriaan Andriessen.
MUS CD 04863

Illinois State University Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band : 1996-1997. [Normal, Ill.: Illinois State University, 1997]
Illinois State University Wind Symphony ; Illinois State University Symphonic Band ; Stephen K. Steele, Daniel J. Farris, conductors.
Music of Ron Nelson, David Gillingham, Donald Grantham, Roque Cordero, David Maslanka, James Barnes, Joseph Schwantner, and Paul Hart.
MUS CD 05021

Illuminations. Tempe, Ariz.: Summit Records, p2004.
Joseph Alessi, trombone ; University of New Mexico Wind Symphony and Friends ; Eric Rombach-Kendall, conductor.
Music of Arthur Pryor, Eric Cook, Johan de Meij, Gardell Simons.
MUS CD 07998

Impressions. [Norfolk, Va.]: USAF Heritage of America Band, [2003].
Heritage of America Band ; Larry H. Lang, conductor.
Music of Eric Ewazen, Keith Gates, Martin Ellerby, Warner Hutchison, and Aldo Forte.
MUS CD 06608

In concert. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p1991.
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Ivan Tcherepnin, Michael Tippett, Percy Grainger, Michael Weinstein, and Nikos Skalkottas.
MUS CD 04859

In concert with the University of Illinois Symphonic Band, the Begian years. Vol. 1. Clarence, NY: Mark Records, p1992.
University of Illinois Symphonic Band ; Harry Begian, conductor.
Music of Alfred Reed and Percy Grainger.
MUS CD 04923

In review : BYU bands 1996-1997. [Provo, Utah: The University, 1997?].
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of James Curnow, Gaylen Hatton, Leonard Bernstein, Percy Grainger, Boris Kozhevnikov, Richard Wagner, Robert Russell Bennett, Murray Boren, and Philip Wilby.
MUS CD 04962

In concert with the University of Illinois Symphonic Band, the Begian years. Vol. 3. Clarence, NY: Mark Records, p1992.
University of Illinois Symphonic Band ; Harry Begian, conductor.
Music of Paul Dukas, Richard Strauss, Dmitri Shostakovich, Edward Elgar, Richard Wagner, and Georges Enesco.
MUS CD 04924

Incursions. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, 2002.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Wind Symphony ; John Raymond Bell, conductor.
Music of Franz von Suppé, Giuseppe Verdi, David Gillingham, Darius Milhaud, and Blas Atehortua.
MUS CD 06552

Indiana University Wind Ensemble : highlights from recorded performances. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, [2004?].
Indiana University Wind Ensemble ; Ray E. Cramer, conductor.
Music of Jindrich Feld, David Gillingham, Karel Husa, Donald Grantham, J.S. Bach, David Dzubay, John Corigliano, and Peter Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 06603

Innovations. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [1999?]
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell F. Graham, conductor.
Music of Igor Stravinsky, Percy Grainger, Dmitrii Shostakovich, Samuel Barber, and Béla Bartók.
MUS CD 05043

Internal combustion!. Greensboro: University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music, 2001.
UNCG Wind Ensemble, John R. Locke, David Kish, conductors ; Jody Doktor, soprano.
Music of John Williams, David Holsinger, Stephen Melillo, Florent Schmitt, Frank Ticheli, William Schuman, Steven Bryant, and David Gillingham.
MUS CD 04869

International. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1997.
California State University, Northridge Wind Ensemble ; David Whitwell, conductor.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Florent Schmitt, Richard Strauss, Arnold Schoenberg, and Johann Sebastian Bach.
MUS CD 04902

The International Trumpet Guild presents cornet solos by pioneer American recording artists made prior to 1906. [S.l.]: International Trumpet Guild, p1995.
Various performers.
Solos for cornet by various composers accompanied by piano, orchestra or band.
MUS CD 00563

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Jacob, Gordon, 1895-1984 . Gordon Jacob. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2008.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
William Byrd Suite, Concerto for bassoon, Giles Farnaby Suite, Flag of Stars, Original Suite, Fantasia for Euphonium, Battell, Music for a Festival..
MUS CD 09719

Jager, Robert E. Robert Jager & Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Kosei, p1986.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Robert Jager, conductor.
MUS CD 00197

Joy to the world. Washington, D.C.: Dept. of the Air Force, [p1997].
United States Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
MUS CD 04970

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Konowalski, Benedykt. Brewerie. Vienna, Austria: Vienna Modern Masters, p1993.
Koszalin State Philharmonic ; Szymon Kawalla, conductor.
MUS CD 04156

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LaBounty, Anthony, 1963- . Sentier. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

The legacy of John P. Paynter. [Fort Meade, Md.]: U.S. Army Field Band, [2002?].
U.S. Army Field Band ; Finley R. Hamilton, commander and conductor.
Music of C.L. Barnhouse, Frank Ticheli, Malcolm Arnold, Johann Sebastian Bach, Vaclav Nelhybel, John Tatgenhorst, Karl King, and Mark Camphouse.
MUS CD 04927

Let's dance. Washington, D.C.: The Band, 2000.
United States Air Force Airmen of Note ; Master Sergeant Joe Eckert, music director.
MUS CD 04976

Liberty for all. [New London, CT?]: United States Coast Guard Band, [2004?].
United States Coast Guard Band ; Lewis J. Buckley, director ; Merlin Olsen, narrator ; Lisa Taylor, soprano.
Music of Morton Gould, James A. Beckel, Jr., John Philip Sousa, Roger Nixon, Vincent Persichetti, Robert W. Smith, Leland E. Forsblad, Lewis J. Buckley, and John Williams.
MUS CD 06599

Lincolnshire posy. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Percy Grainger, Arthur Sullivan, Alfred Reed, and W. Francis McBeth.
MUS CD 00175

Lindberg, Magnus, 1958-. Gran duo. Helsinki, Finland: Ondine, p2005.
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra ; Sakari Oramo, conductor.
MUS CD 10777

Live from the College of Creative Arts : West Virginia University Wind Symphony. [Morgantown, W.V.? : The University?, 199-?].
West Virginia University Wind Symphony ; Kenneth Ozzelo, Don Wilcox, David Williams, and Kelly D. May, conductors.
Music of Jan Van der Roost, David Maslanka, David Williams, and Paul Hart.
MUS CD 04945

Live in Chicago. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003
Brian L. Bowman, euphonium ; Nobuya Sugawa, saxophone ; Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Douglas Bostock, Ray Cramer, Frederick Fennell, Donald Hunsberger, conductors.
Music of Kenneth Hesketh, Yasuhide Ito, Jayce John Ogren, Henri Tomasi, Vincent Persichetti, Peter Graham, Percy A. Grainger, and Henry Fillmore.
MUS CD 06545

Live in concert. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [200-?]
Texas Tech University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; John Cody Birdwell, conductor ; Keith Bearden, guest conductor ; Will Streider, trumpet soloist.
Music of Leonard Bernstein, Dan Welcher, Dmitri Shostakovich, David Gillingham, Adam Gorb, Michael Daugherty, and Percy Grainger.
MUS CD 05018

Live in concert. [Washington, D.C. : United States Marine Band, p1999].
United States Marine Band; Timothy W. Foley, director.
Music of Gustav Holst, Hector Berlioz, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Charles Ives, Tristan Keuris, Darius Milhaud, Adam Gorb, Gioacchino Rossini, Julius Fucik, Henry FIllmore, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 02017

Live! in concert. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1998.
Greater Rochester Music Educators Wind Band ; Al "Corky" Fabrizio, conductor.
Music of Claude T. Smith, Kenneth J. Alford, Mark Camphouse, Al "Corky" Fabrizio, Frank Ticheli, Leonard Bernstein, Henry FIllmore, Alfred Reed, and Vasilii Kalinnikov.
MUS CD 06597

Live in concert with the University of Illinois Symphonic Band. Recording #129. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1995?].
University of Illinois Symphonic Band ; James F. Keene, conductor.
Music of Alberto Ginastera, Percy Grainger, D. Stanhope, Karel Husa, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04926

The live stage. Japan: CRS (Crown Recording Studio), p1992.
Kokujieitai Seibu Koku Ongakutai ; Katsuo Mizushina, conductor.
Music of Claude T. Smith, Gustav Holst, James Barnes, Johann Sebastian Bach, and George Gershwin.
MUS CD 05634

Luminaries. San Juan Capistrano, CA: Klavier Records, p1996.
Pavel Wlosok, piano ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon and Dennis W. Fisher, conductors.
Music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Eric Whitacre, Yasuhide Ito, and Paul Hindemith.
MUS CD 05692

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Made in America. Boca Raton, FL : Klavier, [2002], p1993.
Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Jacob Druckman, Dana Wilson, Robert Kurka, and David Diamond.
MUS CD 05688

Mahr, Timothy. The music of Timothy Mahr. Clarence, NY: Mark, p2003.
University of New Hampshire Wind Symphony ; Andrew Boysen, Jr., conductor.
Hey! -- Endurance -- The view from the mountaintop --sol solator -- Imprints -- Daydream -- Hymn and celebration --- The soaring hawk -- Everyday hero.
MUS CD 06574

Make the season bright. Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC: United Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants, c2001
United States Air Force & Singing Sergeants ; Col. Lowell E. Graham, commander/conductor.
MUS CD 04972

Marine band retrospective : historic concert band favorites. [Washington, D.C.: United States Marine Band, 2002?]
United States Marine Band ; Colonel Timothy W. Foley, conductor.
Music of Umberto Giordano, Emmanuel Chabrier, Haydn Wood, Camille Saint-Saëns, Jaromir Weinberger, Franz Liszt, Amilcare Ponchielli, Giuseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner, and William Walton.
MUS CD 04061

Marine band showcase. Vol. 2. Washington, DC: United States Marine Band, [1990?].
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Colonel John Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Sebastian Bach, Camille Saint-Saëns, Percy Grainger, Warren Benson, Walter Piston, and Mark Camphouse.
MUS CD 04925

Martinu, Bohuslav, 1890-1959. Concertino in C minor for cello, wind instruments, piano and percussion. Colchester, England: Chandos, p1992.
Raphael Wallfisch, violoncello ; Czech Philharmonic Orchestra ; Jirí Belohlávek, conductor.
MUS CD 00936

Maslanka, David, 1943-. Band music. Selections. Albany, N.Y.: Albany Records, c2005.
Alexandra Mascolo-David, Steven Hesla, piano ; Illinois State University School of Music Wind Symphony ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor.
MUS CD 09221

Maslanka, David, 1943-. Garden of dreams. San Francisco, CA: Reference Recordings, p2006.
A child's garden of dreams (1981) (34:09) -- In memoriam (1989) (13:18) -- Symphony no. 4 (1994) (29:54).
MUS CD 10429

Maslanka, David, 1943-. Mass. Normal, IL: Illinois State University, Dept. of Music, [1998].
Janna Peterson, soprano ; Scott Noonan, baritone ; Illinois State University Wind Ensemble ; Illinois State University Civic Chorale and Concert Choir ; Karen Collier, organ ; James Major, director of choirs ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor.
MUS CD 04952

Maslanka, David, 1943-. Mass : a setting of the Latin ordinary including Hymn to Sophia, holy wisdom. Albany, NY : Albany Records, p1996.
Lydia Catherine Easley, soprano ; Charles Roe, baritone ; University of Arizona Wind Orchestra ; Arizona Chamber Choir ; The University of Arizona Symphonic Choir ; Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus ; Jane Smith, organ ; Gregg I. Hanson, conductor.
MUS CD 04953

Maslanka, David, 1943-. Symphonies, no. 4. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [2001?].
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor.
MUS CD 09811

McNeese State University bands in concert. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c1999.
McNeese State University Symphonic Band ; McNeese State University Symphonic Winds ; Jeffrey J. Lemke, conductor ; Keith Gates, narrator ; McNeese State University Wind Symphony ; Royce S. Tevis, conductor ; Ronald Brumley, guest conductor ; Jan Scott, clarinet ; Carol Fuqua Lines, soprano.
Music of John Zdechlik, Gustav Holst, Mark Camphouse, W. Francis McBeth, Walter Piston, Percy Grainger, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Johann Sebastian Bach, Bernard Golmore, and H. Owen Reed.
MUS CD 04954

Meij, Johan de, 1953-. The Lord of rings : 23rd concert, Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Live Notes, [1994?]
Kanto Daiichi High School Wind Orchestra ; Shimpei Shiotani, conductor.
Music of Johan de Meij, Johann Sebastian Bach, and H. Lobo.
MUS CD 05053

Meij, Johan de, 1953-. Symphony 1 : the lord of the rings / Johan de Meij. Suite from the ballet Romeo and Juliet / Sergei Prokofiev ; [arr. by] Johan de Meij. Aalsmeer, the Netherlands: JE Classic, [1991?]
Amsterdam Wind Orchestra ; Arie van Beek, conductor.
MUS CD 05029

The melody shop. [Travis Air Force Base, CA: U.S. Air Force, 1994]
Richard Liszt, vocals ; Air Mobility Command Band of the Golden West ; Philip C. Chevallard and Dean Zarmbinski, conductors.
Music of F. Salutari, Richard Rodgers, Johan Halvorsen, Clifton Williams, Leroy Anderson, Sammy Cahn, A. Pestalozza, Jerome Kern, T. Newsom, George Gershwin, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Karl King.
MUS CD 05040

Memorials. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2000.
Cincinnati Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Anton Reicha, Cindy McTee, David Gillingham, Charles E. Ives, and Morton Gould.
MUS CD 05686

La mer. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Camille Saint-Saëns, Aleksandr Glazunov, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, and Claude Debussy.
MUS CD 00178

A merry little Christmas. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [1999].
United States Air Force Concert Band ; Singing Sergeants ; Colonel Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
MUS CD 04973

Metropolis. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2005.
RNCM Wind Orchestra ; Timothy Reynish, Clark Rundell, conductors.
Music of Adam Gorb, Martin Ellerby, Geoffrey Poole, and Nigel Clarke.
MUS CD 06550

Monkey. [Clarence, NY] : Mark Records, p1999.
University of Nevada Las Vegas Wind Orchestra, Thomas G. Leslie, conductor; Takayoshi Suzuki, guest conductor.
Music of James Curnow, Steve Bryant, Dale Wilson, Alfred Reed, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Claude T. Smith, Jerry Goldsmith, Julius Fucik, and Eric Whitacre.
MUS CD 02681

Moods and modes. Lake Charles, LA: Department of Music, McNeese State University, c1999.
Various music ensembles from the Department of Music, McNeese State University.
Music of Frank Ticheli, Sören Hyldegaard, G.F. Handel, Johannes Brahms, Paul Lopez, Franz Schubert, Keith Gates, Tom Wolfe, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Anton Bruckner.
MUS CD 04958

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791. Serenade no. 10 in B-flat major, K. 361. Sony Classical, [1990], p1975.
Members of the Marlboro Festival.
MUS CD 00047

Mugen no kanosei. Vol. 4. Hiroshima City, Japan: Brain, p1994.
Toke Chugakko Suisogakubu ; Hiroyuki Kayo, conductor.
Music of J. De Meij, F. Schmitt, Z. Kodaly, A. Reed, and J. Barnes.
MUS CD 05631

Music for a golden sky. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Illinois Wind Symphony ; James F. Keene, conductor.
Music of Scott Boerma, Philip Sparke, Carolyn Bremer, Luigi Zaninelli, George Gershwin, Andreas Makris, Gioacchino Rossini, Donald Grantham, and Jack Stamp.
MUS CD 06593

Music for winds and choir!! [Clarence, N.Y.?]: Mark Records, 1992.
Trenton State College Wind Ensemble ; William H. Silvester, conductor ; Trenton State College Chorale ; Michael D. Mendoza, conductor.
Music of Rossano Galante, Randall Thompson, Arthur Benjamin, Aaron Copland, William Walton, and Camille Saint-Saëns.
MUS CD 04956

Music for winds & percussion. Naperville, IL: MusicEducator's DR, [1996?].
Northern Illinois University Wind Ensemble ; Stephen E. Squires, conductor.
Music of Joseph H. Downing, Richard Strauss, Paul Hindemith, William P. Latham, Charles Carter, Ralph Vaughan Williams, John Zdechlik, William Schuman, Kenneth J. Alford, John Barnes Chance, P.G. Chesnokov, Alberto Ginastera, D. Delle Cese, Adolphus C. Hailstork, Elliott A. Del Borgo, David R. Holsinger, Daniel Bukvich, Howard Hanson, Ronald Lo Presti, Haydn Wood, Gustav Holst, Vincent Persichetti, Clifton Williams, Hugh M. Stuart, Julius Fucík, James Syler, Léo Delibes, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04868 vol. 1-3

Music from the and glory. Washington, DC: United States Marine Band, [2008].
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Col. Michael J. Colburn, director.
Music of Sir Edward Elgar, Gustav Holst, Gordon Jacob, Sir William Walton, and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
MUS CD 09736

Music in the air! Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2003.
Eastern Wind Symphony ; William Silvester, conductor.
Music of John Cheetham, Clark McAlister, Alfred Reed, William Billings, and Malcolm Binney.
MUS CD 06551

Musings. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2010.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Frank Ticheli, Joseph Turrin, Steven Bryant, Dana Wilson, Karel Husa, Walter S. Hartley, and Donald Grantham.
MUS CD 10361

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National Youth Band of Canada = L'harmonie nationale des jeunes du Canada : Toronto 1999. Halifax, N.S.: The Band, [1999?]
National Youth Band of Canada ; Gerald M. King, music director ; Julia Nolan, saxophone.
Music of Calixa Lavallée, Charles Duble, Johan de Meij, Alfred Reed, Ron Nelson, Roger Boutry, Jimmy Dorsey, Richard Strauss, Jay Chattaway, and Michael Kamen.
MUS CD 05061

New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble. Albany, NY: Albany Records, c1999.
New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble ; Frank L. Battisti, conductor.
Music of Bernard Rands, John Harbison, William Kraft, and Karel Husa.
MUS CD 04104

New lights. [Clarence, N.Y.?]: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1997?].
UGA [University of Georgia] Wind Symphony ; H. Dwight Satterwhite, director ; John N. Culvahouse, associate director ; Tom Lee, guest conductor.
Music of John Heins, David Gillingham, Frank Ticheli, Roger Cichy, Howard Hanson, Lewis Nielson, and Boris Kozhevnikov.
MUS CD 04944

New sounds in brass. Japan: Toshiba Records, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Naohiro Iwai, conductor.
MUS CD 05055

New wind repertoire, 1997. Osaka, Japan: Brain, p1997.
Osaka Municipal Symphonic Band ; Yoshihiro Kimura, conductor.
Music of James Barnes, Claude Debussy, William Walton, and Pietro Mascagni.
MUS CD 04950

Nite ridin' on da riva. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1997].
Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble ; Thomas J. O'Neal, conductor.
Music of Percy Grainger, Jack Stamp, Gregory Youtz, Pavel Chesnokov, Tom O'Connor, William V. Wallace, Claudio Grafully, and Haydn Wood.
MUS CD 04946

Nixon, Roger, 1921-. Heritage V / the music of Roger Nixon. [San Antonio, Tex.: United States Air Force Band of the West ; Clarence, NY : disc replication, Mark Records, 1997?].
USAF Concert Band of the West ; Major Steven Grimo and the composer, conductors.
Festival fanfare march, Centennial overture, Reflections, California jubilee, Chamarita, Lyric remembrance, Music of appreciation, Fiesta del Pacifica.
MUS CD 04827

Nordic wind band classics.. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2003.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell, conductor.
Music of Geirr Tveitt, Einojuhani Rautavaara, Aulis Sallinen, Hugo Alfven, Carl Nielsen, Geirr Tveitt, and Ole Schmidt.
MUS CD 04524

Northridge & friends.. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1997.
Akiko Sakai, piano ; CSUN Wind Ensemble ; Ernst Krenek, Aaron Copland, Karel Husa, David Whitwell, conductors.
Music of Ernst Krenek, Aaron Copland, Karl Husa, and Paul Hindemith.
MUS CD 04901

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October! Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 2002.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor ; David Kish, Richard Edwards, guest conductors.
Music of Eric Whitacre, Julie Giroux, Jonathan Newman, Ira Hearshen, Wataru Hokoyama, and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 05015

Oedipus Rex ; The firebird : original 1910 version ; Symphonies of wind instruments. [England]: EMI Classics, [2008].
Marjana Lipovsek, alto ; Anthony Rolfe Johnson, John Mark Ainsley, tenors ; Peter Coleman-Wright, baritone ; John Tomlinson, Alastair Miles, basses ; Lambert Wilson, narrator ; London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir ; Franz Welser-Möst, conductor.
Music of Igor Stravinsky.
MUS CD 09097

On dress parade. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [2000].
United States Air Force Band ; Colonel Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Marches of Russell Alexander, Walter Boorn, W.P. Chambers, Henry Fillmore, Edwin Franko Goldman, R.B. Hall, Fred Huffer, G.H. Huffine, Arthur Wellesley Hughes, Fred Jewell, Don Keller, George Kenny, William Kiefer, Karl King, J.B. Lampe, Keith Latey, Harry Lincoln, F.H. Losey, Samuel Morris, Louis Panella, Roland Seitz, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 04937

On tour. [Washington, D.C. : United States Marine Corps, between 1985-1996]
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois, director ; Frederick Marcellu, vocal soloist ; Michael Ryan, baritone.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Franz von Suppé, Carle Höhne, Robert Jager, Ambroise Thomas, and Johann Sebastian Bach.
MUS CD 05009

On winged flight. Washington, D.C.: [U.S. Air Force Band, 1990?]
United States Air Force Band ; Singing Sergeants ; James M. Bankhead, conductor.
Music of Gunther Schuller, Ron Nelson, Warren Benson, James Barnes, Alfred Reed, Libby Larsen, William Kraft, and Claude T. Smith.
MUS CD 05046

Onward upward. Springfield, Ohio: The United States Air Force Band of Flight, 1997.
United States Air Force Band of Flight ; Captain Kelly G. Bledsoe, commander/conductor.
Music of John Williams, Edwin Frnako Goldman, Jack Stamp, Henry Fillmore, Robert W. Smith, John Philip Sousa, Robert Jager, Andrew Callo, Bill Conti, Lalo Schifrin, and Alan and Marilyn Scott.
MUS CD 04862

Orff, Carl, 1895-. Carmina Burana. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier, p2003.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; Grand Chorus ; Jerry McCoy, chorus master.
Arranged for band by Juan Vicente mas Quiles.
MUS CD 05697

Out of the depths : [music by African-American composers]. [United States]: Citadel, p2003
Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Jack Stamp, Myron Moss, conductors.
Music of Adolphus Hailstor, Ulysses Kay, Gary Powell Nash, Roger Dickerson, Clarence Cameron White, Hale Smith, and Oliver Nelson.
MUS CD 06553

Overtures. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, [2000?]
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Antonín Dvorák, Jacques Offenbach, Giuseppe Verdi, Daniel-Francois-Esprit Auber, Hector Berlioz, Ambroise Thomas, Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek, and Franz von Suppé.
MUS CD 03887

Overtures. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Marine Band, [1992]
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of Antonín Dvorák, Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, Giuseppe Verdi, Johann Strauss, Arthur Sullivan, and Edouard Lalo.
MUS CD 00662

Overtures. Volume 2. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Marine Band, [1994?]
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of Franz von Suppé, Leonard Bernstein, Otto Nicolai, Gaetano Donizetti, Charles-Simon Catel, Giuseppe Verdi, Ambroise Thomas, Daniel-Francois Auber, and Antonio Carlos Gomes.
MUS CD 00663

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Paradigm. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, [2002], p1994.
Cincinnati Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Igor Stravinsky, Bernard Rands, Don Freund, Paul Hindemith, John Harbison, and Edward Gregson.
MUS CD 005689

Pass in review 2001 : expect great things. [Tempe, Ariz.?]: EGT Records, [2001?].
Arizona State University Sun Devil Marching Band ; Robert Fleming, directo.
MUS CD 04981

Passions. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2005.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Percy Grainger, Eric Whitacre, Johann Sebastian Bach, Gustav Holst, Toshio Mashima, Gioacchino Rossini, Samuel R. Hazo, and Joseph Schwanter.
MUS CD 07018

Perle, George, 1915- . Concertino for piano, winds and timpani (1979). New York, N.Y. : Nonesuch, p1985.
Richard Goode, piano ; Music Today Ensemble ; Gerard Schwarz, conductor.
MUS CD 00992

Persichetti, Vincent, 1915-1987. Divertimento ; Masquerade / Vincent Persichetti. [S.l.]: Naxos, c2006, p1994.
Winds of the London Symphony Orchestra ; David Amos, conductor.
Divertimento -- Psalm -- Chorale prelude, O God unseen -- Pageant -- Masquerade -- O cool is the valley -- Parable.
MUS CD 07252

Persichetti, Vincent, 1915-1987. Works for band. Albany, NY: Albany Records, c2011.
Illinois State University Wind Symphony ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor.
Divertimento -- Masquerade -- Pageant -- Symphony no. 6 -- Psalm -- Parable IX.
MUS CD 10795

Pini di Roma. Heerenveen, Holland: De Haske Winds, p1998.
J.W.F. Military Band ; Alex Schillings, conductor.
Music of Giuseppe Verdi, Ottorino Respighi, Pietro Mascagni, and Gioacchino Rossini.
MUS CD 05057

Pittsburgh ouverture. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
Music of Paul Hindemith, Ottorino Respighi, Gustav Holst, Albert Ketelbey, Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Krzystof Penderecki.
MUS CD 00186

Pomp & pipes! San Francisco, CA: Reference Recordings, p1994.
Paul Riedo, organ ; Dallas Wind Symphony ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Sigfried Karg-Elert, Alfred Reed, Eugène Gigout, Arthur Wills, Percy Grainger, Marcel Dupré, Ron Nelson, Charles-Marie Widor, and Jaromir Weinberger.
MUS CD 06549

Postcards. San Juan Capistrano, CA: Klavier, p1994.
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of John Adams, Ron Nelson, Darius Milhaud, Frank Ticheli, and Bob Margolis.
MUS CD 04831

Prairie overture. Travis Air Force Base, CA: United States Air Force, [1993?].
America's Band in Blue ; Captain Philip C. Chevallard, commander/conductor.
Music of Robert Ward, E.E. Bagley, Norman Dello Joio, Aram Khachaturian, Darius Milhaud, Heinrich Steinbeck, G. Giminez, Hector Villa Lobos, Haydn Wood, and John Philip Sousa.
MUS CD 05034

Premiere!. [Aurora, Colo.]: 101st Army National Guard Band, [1996?]
101st Army Band, Colorado National Guard and subsidiary ensembles ; Cecilio A. Gutierrez, commander ; Leonard Fahrni, trumpet solo ; Mark Dalgleish, baritone solo ; Lance Christensen, Karen Pipkin, vocalists ; Jon Leonard, trumpet solo ; Russel Olson, tenor saxophone solo.
Music of Alfred Reed, Aaron Copland, Geroge Gershwin, John Philip Sousa, Samuel A. Ward, and others.
MUS CD 05071

Première rhapsodie. Tokyo: Kosei, 1990.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Guy Dangain, clarinet ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Claude Debussy, Charles Graffeuil, Luigi Bassi, and Aram Khachatiruan.
MUS CD 00194

The pride of Arizona. [Tucson]: The University, p1997.
Pride of Arizona Marching Band ; Pride of Arizona Pep Band ; Jay C. Rees, director.
MUS CD 04984

The pride of Arizona Pep Band. Tucson, Ariz.: The University, p2002.
University of Arizona Pep Band.
MUS CD 04982

Prism. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p1997.
University of Houston Wind Ensemble ; Eddie Green, conductor.
Music of Michael Torke, Fisher Tull, Leos Janácek, Robert Nelson, and C.L. Barnhouse.
MUS CD 04904

Puromanaado konsaato = [Promenade concert]. Tokyo: Nippon Crown, p1997.
Rikujo Jieitai Tohoku Homen Ongakutai ; Akira Takeda, conductor.
Music of Yasuhide Ito, Chosuke Sato, Hiromi Adachi, and Goro Natori.
MUS CD 05633

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The radio broadcast of the 1935 ABA convention. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c2000.
Armco Band ; Frank Simon, conductor.
Music of Karl King, J.J. Gagnier, Charles Benter, Herbert L. Clarke, Edwin Franko Goldman, John Philip Sousa, and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
MUS CD 04988

Recollections. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2002.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Martin Ellerby, Percy Grainger, Vincent Persichetti, Ross Lee Finney, David Gillingham, and Karel Husa.
MUS CD 03948

Raritonality. Clarence, NY: Mark Masters, p2006.
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor.
Music of Mark Zuckerman, H. Owen Reed, Seis Manuel, Alejandro Garcia Caturla, Shelley Hanson, Johnathan Newman, Yotam Haber, David Sampson, Roger Nixon, Alan Hovhaness, and Adam Gorb.
MUS CD 07980

Recorded live in Italy 2000 : the University of Southern Mississippi, the Wind Ensemble. Baton Rouge, La.: Vestige, [2000?].
The University of Southern Mississippi Wind Ensemble ; Thomas V. Fraschillo, conductor and music director ; Steven R. Moser, Angelo Bolciaghi, Fulvio Creux, guest conductors.
Music of Luigi Zaninelli, Luciano Berio, Thomas Bricetti, Davide delle Cese, Donald Grantham, and Nicola Piovani.
MUS CD 04942

Reed, Alfred. Alfred Reed & Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. Tokyo: Kosei, p1986.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00195

Reed, Alfred. Fifth symphony : Sakura. Oskaloosa, Iowa: Walking Frog Records, 1996.
Sensoku Gakuen Symphonic Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 03784

Reed, Alfred. March golden eagle ; and, Symphony for brass and percussion. Tokyo: Kosei, p1990.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00182

Reed, Alfred. Hamlet. Tokyo: Kosei, p1987.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00177

Reed, Alfred. The Lotus Sutra. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
MUS CD 00184

Reed, Alfred. Othello. Tokyo: Kosei, p1987.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00176

Reed, Alfred. Salutations!. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00179

Reed, Alfred. Second symphony. Tokyo: Kosei, p1987.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00193

Reed, Alfred. Symphony no. 3. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Alfred Reed, conductor.
MUS CD 00180

Reed, H. Owen, 1910- . H. Owen Reed. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier, [2004].
The Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Jack Stamp, conductor.
Missouri shindig (1951) -- Renascence (1959) -- For the unfortunate (1975) -- Theme and variations (1954) -- Spiritual (1947) -- La fiesta mexicana.
MUS CD 06548

Reflections. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1999?]
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor ; Bryan K. Appleby-Wineberg, trumpet, Cristian Ganicenco, trombone (2nd work).
Music of Martin Ellerby, Ralph Hultgren, Roger Nixon, John Barnes Chance, Timothy Broege, Timothy Mahr, and Roger Cichy.
MUS CD 05022

Reflections. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2007.
Craig Morris, trumpet ; Frost Wind Ensemble at the University of Miami ; Gary Green, conductor.
Music of David Maslanka and Thomas Sleeper.
MUS CD 08564

Reflections. Victoria, B.C.: The Wind Symphony, c1997.
University of Victoria Wind Symphony ; Gerald N. King, conductor ; Patricia Kostek, clarinet.
Music of John Zdechlik, Ron Nelson, Ian McDougall, Ralph Hultgren, Timothy Mahr, Carl Nielsen, Dana Wilson, Daniel Bukvich, and Charles Duble.
MUS CD 05058

Rendezvous. Boca Raton, Fl : Klavier Music Productions, [2000].
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; guest artist in the 3rd work: Cleveland Duo (Stephen Warner, Violin ; Carolyn Gadiel Warner, piano).
Music of Eugene Bozza, Michael Daugherty, Paul Turok, Ira Hearshen, Guy Woolfenden, and Donald Grantham.
MUS CD 04344

Respighi, Ottorino, 1879-1936. Roman trilogy. [United States: The United States Air Force Band, [1997].
The United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
MUS CD 04933

Respighi, Ottorino, 1879-1936. Roman trilogy. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2002.
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
MUS CD 06604

Retrospectives. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2004.
Anastasia Markina, piano ; Susan Dubois, viola ; William Scharnberg, horn ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Donald Grantham, Paul Hindemith, Daniel S. Godfrey, and Dmitri Shostakovich.
MUS CD 05642

The riddle of the sphinx. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, Inc., [1998?].
University of Georgia Wind Symphony ; H. Dwight Satterwhite and John N. Culvahouse, conductors.
Music of Vittorio Giannini, Aldo Forte, Pavel Chesnokov, David Gillingham, and Cindy McTee.
MUS CD 04922

Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908. Concerto for clarinet and wind band. Zürich, Switzerland: Pan Classics, p1995.
Dimitri Ashkenazy, clarinet ; Cincinnati Philharmonia Orchestra ; Christoph Mueller, conductor.
MUS CD 03844

Ritual dances. Wilmore, Ky.: Curnow Records, p2004.
Band of the Belgian Navy ; Peter Snellinckx, conductor ; Royal Band of the Belgian Air Force ; Maurice Dubois, conductor.
Music of Shawn E. Okpebholo, Timothy Johnson, Mike Hannickel, Douglas Court, James L. Hosay, James Curnow, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Stephen Bulla.
MUS CD 06581

Romantic sensibilities. Clarence, NY: Mark Recording, [1998?].
The Wisconsin Wind Orchestra ; Lawrence Dale Harper, conductor.
Music of Felix Mendelssohn, Richard Wagner, Giuseppe Filippa, and Paul Robert Fauchet.
MUS CD 05025

Romeo & Juliet. Tokyo: Kosei, 1987.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Sergey Prokofiev, Zoltan Kodaly, Ottorino Respighi, and Morton Gould.
MUS CD 00192

Russian expressions. Baltimore, Maryland: United States Air Force Band, 2002.
The United States Air Force Concert Band, Washington, D.C. ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Rodion Shchedrin, Dmitrii Shostakovich, Igor Stravinsky, and Sergey Prokofiev.
MUS CD 05047

Russian wind band classics. Colchester, Essex, England: Chandos, p2004.
Jacques Mauger, trombone (4th work) ; Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Clark Rundell, conductor.
Music of R. Glière, I. Stravinsky, S. Prokofiev, N. Rimsky-Korsakov, D. Shostakovich, A. Khachaturian.
MUS CD 06699

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Sallinen, Aulis. Symphony no. 8 ; Violin concerto ; Shadows ; The palace rhapsody / Aulis Sallinen. Georgsmarienhütte, Germany: CPO, p2005.
Jaakko Juusisto, violin ; Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz ; Ari Rasilainen, conductor.
MUS CD 06639

Schuman, William, 1910-. William Schuman. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier, p2005.
The Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Jack Stamp, conductor.
George Washington Bridge -- American hymn -- Fanfare for a great occasion -- Circus overture -- New England triptych -- Interview with William Schuman.
MUS CD 07253

Schwantner, Joseph C. Joseph Schwantner. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2006.
Andrew Wodnicki, percussion ; North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
From a dark millennium -- In evening's stillness -- And the mountains rising nowhere -- Percussion concerto / arr. Andrew Boysen -- Recoil.
MUS CD 07019

Seika Girls' High School Band 1996-1999. [Japan]: BrainMusic, p1999.
Seika Girls' High School Band.
Music of Hiroshi Hoshina, Maurice Ravel, Toshio Mashima, Florent Schmitt, Masato Tsuyuki, Ottorino Respighi, Toshinari Iijima, Van McCoy, Kosaku Dan, and Modest Mussorgusky.
MUS CD 06598

Signatures. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, 2002.
The United States Air Force Concert Band, Washington, D.C. ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Howard Hanson, Vincent Persichetti, Arnold Schoenberg, Paul Hindemith, Jack Stamp, and Peter Graham.
MUS CD 05045

Sinfonia nobilissima. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
Music of Robert Jager and Vincent Persichetti.
MUS CD 00189

Sinfonia voci. River Forest, Ill.: Condordia University, p1995.
Concordia University Wind Symphony ; Richard Fischer, conductor ; Concordia University Kappele ; Kurt Amolsch, director.
Music of Alfred Reed, David R. Holsinger, Johann Sebastian Bach, Vaclav Nelhybel, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Frank Ticheli, Marcia La Reau, and Fred J. Allen.
MUS CD 04903

Sketches. Langley Air Force Base, Va.: USAF Heritage of America Band, [1998?].
Matthew Dunsmore, euphonium ; David Stump, clarinet ; USAF Heritage of America Band, Langley Air Force Base, Va. ; Larry H. Lang, Keelan McCamey, conductors.
Music of Morton Gould, Charles Ives, Keith Gates, Malcolm Arnold, David Gillingham, Eric Whitacre, Benny Goodman, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04918

Smith, Claude Thomas. Flight. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Sojourns. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2000.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Charles Rochester Young, Donald Grantham, David Gillingham, John Philip Sousa, Dan Welcher, Daron Hagen, and Michael Daugherty.
MUS CD 03708

Songs and dances. Clarence, NY: Mark, [1992].
University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Vincent Persichetti, Bernard Gilmore, Frank Zappa, David Gillingham, and Florent Schmitt.
MUS CD 04865

Songs of sailors and of the sea. [Washington, D.C.: U.S. Navy Band, 1997?]
United States Navy Band ; Sea Chanters chorus ; John R. Patin, officer in charge/leader.
Music of Pablo Casals, Eric H. Thiman, Reuel Lahmer, Eric Whitacre, Robert H. Young, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Norman Dello Joio, Percy Grainger, Randall Thompson, and Lloyd Pfautsch.
MUS CD 05038

Songs of the Earth. Washington, D.C.: United States Air Force Band, 1997.
United States Air Force Band ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Percy Grainger, Albert Roussel, William Byrd, Gordon Jacob, Ottorino Respighi, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Robert Russell Bennett.
MUS CD 03885

Sound off!. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Marine Band, [1992?]
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois, conductor.
Marches by various composers.
MUS CD 00664

The sounds of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama School of Music, 1991.
Various ensembles of the School of Music.
MUS CD 04983

Soundscapes. [Atlanta, Ga.: U.S. Army, 1998]
Army Ground Forces Band (Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Ga.) ; James D. Holt, Jr., conductor ; Bruce R. Pulver, associate conductor.
Music of C.L. Barnhouse, Camille de Nardis, Percy Grainger, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Samuel Barber, John Philip Sousa, Lee Greenwood, James Barnes, and Jerry Herman.
MUS CD 05036

Soundscapes. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p1999.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Ella Marie Gray, violin, Walter Gray, cello (3rd work) ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Andreas Makris, Rolf Rudin, Ken Benshoof, Vincent Persichetti, George Gershwin, and Donald Grantham.
MUS CD 03707

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. The complete marches of John Philip Sousa. Oskaloosa, Iowa: Walking Frog Records, p1999.
Detroit Concert Band ; Leonard B. Smith, conductor.
MUS CD 01915

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. Hands across the sea. Tokyo: Kosei, p1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 00174

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. Semper fidelis. [Washington, DC: United States Marine Corp, 198-?].
United States Marine Band ; John Bourgeois, director.
MUS CD 00211

Sousa, John Philip, 1854-1932. Strictly Sousa. Dallas, TX: Widget Records, p1998.
Dallas Wind Symphony ; Jerry Junkin, conductor.
MUS CD 04867

Spin cycle. Youngstown, Ohio: Youngstown State University/Dana School of Music, c2004.
Youngstown State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; Stephen Gage, conductor ; James Umble, Allen Cordingley, Kent Engelhardt, Joseph Carey, saxophones ; Glenn Schaft, drum set.
Music of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, Vincent Persichetti, Scott Lindroth, Michael Colgrass, and David Morgan.
MUS CD 06573

Spirit of the land. Washington, D.C.: The Band, 2001.
United States Air Force Band & Singing Sergeants ; First Lieutenant Chad A. Steffey, conductor.
MUS CD 04975

Spiritual planet. Boca Raton, FL.: Klavier, p2005.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, Takayoshi Suzuki, conductors.
Music of Sergei Rachmaninov, Wataru Hokoyama, Paul Seitz, Nathan Tanouye, Richard De la Riva, Roger Nixon, and Benjamin Britten.
MUS CD 06547

Stanhope, David, 1952- Little ripper! : wind band music. Glebe NSW, Australia: Tall Poppies Records, p1996.
Elder Conservatorium Wind Ensemble ; Robert Hower, conductor.
MUS CD 04943

Star wars and other scores. Canton, OH: Concert Masters Recording, [2001].
Youngstown State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; Stephen L. Gage, conductor ; Joseph Edwards, clarinet.
Music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Carl Maria von Weber, John Williams, Gordon Jacob, Jack Stamp, Lee Brooks, James Barnes, and Percy Grainger.
MUS CD 04921

Stars, stripes, & Sousa II!. [Normal, Ill.: Illinois State University, 1999]
David Zerkel, euphonium ; Michelle Vought, soprano ; Illinois State University Sousa Band ; Keith Brion, guest conductor ; Stephen K. Steele, director of bands.
Music of Richard Wagner, John Philip Sousa, Gaetano Donizetti, Victor Herbert, Percy Grainger, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 05020

The State University of New York College at Potsdam presents the Wind Ensemble of the Crane School of Music. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1998].
Wind Ensemble of the Crane School of Music ; Timothy Topolewski, conductor.
Music of John Zdechlik, Dmitri Shostakovich, Johann Sebastian Bach, David Gillingham, Johan Halvorsen, and Alfred Reed.
MUS CD 04931

Strange humors. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2010.
Maureen Hurd, clarinet ; Todd Quinlan, timpani ; Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor.
Music of John C. Mackey, Michael Daugherty, and James Syler.
MUS CD 04945

Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949. Complete chamber music ; Complete music for winds and brass. [Germany?]: Arts, c1999, p1995-p1998.
Various performers.
MUS CD 02874

Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949. Music of Richard Strauss. [Washington, DC: United States Marine Corp, 1996?].
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois and Timothy W. Foley, conductors.
MUS CD 01661

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. 125th anniversary album. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2007.
Robert Craft, conductor.
Includes the Symphonies of wind instruments.
MUS CD 08312

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. Chamber music & historical recordings. [S.l.]: Sony Classical, p1991.
Benny Goodman, clarinet ; Columbia Jazz Ensemble ; Symphonieorchester des Nordwestdeutschen Rundfunks ; Igor Stravinsky, conducting.
Includes the Ebony concerto and the Symphonies of wind instruments.
MUS CD 00476

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. Concertos. [S.l.]: Sony Classical, p1991.
Philippe Entremont, piano ; Columbia Symphony Orchestra ; Igor Stravinsky, conducting.
Includes the Concerto for piano and wind instruments.
MUS CD 00474

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. The firebird. Tokyo: Kosei, p1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
MUS CD 00202

Suite francaise. Tokyo: Kosei, 1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Darius Milhaud, Gioacchino Rossini, Vincent Persichetti, Aram Khachaturian, and Francois Joseph Gossec.
MUS CD 00190

Suites. Tokyo: Kosei, 1998.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, Hiroyuki Odano, Arnald D. Gabriel, Craig Kirchhoff, Jan Van der Roost, conductors.
Music of Robert Russell Bennett, Gustav Holst, Bin Kaneda, William Schuman, Aram Khachaturian, Dmitri Kabalevsky, Joseph Horovitz, Gordon Jacob, and Jan Van der Roost.
MUS CD 03208

The sword and the crown. London: Polyphonic, p1993.
The Central Band of the Royal Air Force ; Barrie Hingley, director.
Music of Philip Sparke, Edward Gregson, Gordon Jacob, and Michael Short.
MUS CD 04948

Symphonic dances. [Washington, D.C.: United States Marine Band, [2007?].
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Col. Michael J. Colburn, conductor.
Music of Arthur Sullivan, Maurice Ravel, Leonard Bernstein, Jules Strens, and Alberto Ginastera.
MUS CD 10330

Symphonic Excursions. Boca Raton, Fla.: Klavier, p2002.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Kenneth Hesketh, Robert Patterson, Dan Welcher, Henk Alkema, and Percy Grainger.
MUS CD 05695

Symphonic songs for band. Tokyo: Kosei, 1987.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Frederick Fennell, conductor.
Music of Robert Russell Bennett, Clifton Williams, Vincent Persichetti, Ronald Lo Presti, William Schuman, Morton Gould, Charles Ives, and Aaron Copland.
MUS CD 00199

Symphonic Winds : Boise State University. Boise, Idaho: Boise State University, Dept. of Music, [2000]-
Boise State University Symphonic Winds ; Marcellus B. Brown, conductor.
Music of Gustav Holst, Robert Jager, Frank Ticheli, Carolyn Bremer, David Gillingham, Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, Yasuhide Ito, Norman Dello Joio, and Philip Sparke.
MUS CD 05007 v. 1-2

Symphonic works. [Czech Republic]: Clarton, p1995
Czech Army Central Band ; Karel Belohoubek, chief conductor ; Viliam Béres, conductor ; Jirí Kulisev, saxophone solo.
Music of Zdenek Lukás, Zdenek Jonák, Pavel Stanek, Evzen Zámecnik, Otmar Mácha, and Karel Husa.
MUS CD 05056

Symphonies of wind instruments. [Washington, D.C.: United States Marine Band, 2001?].
"The President's Own" United States Marine Band ; Timothy W. Foley, director.
Music of Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copland, David Rakowski, Joaquín Rodrigo, and Charles Ives.
MUS CD 04906

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Tableaux. Langley Air Force Base, VA: Air Combat Command Heritage of America Band, [p2001?].
Chamber ensembles of the USAF Heritage of America Band: Chamber Winds ; USAF American Clarinet Quartet ; USAF Heritage Brass Quintet ; USAF Tradewinds Quintet ; Major Larry H. Lang, commander.
Music of Aldo Forte, Paul Harvey, Kerry Turner, Ronald Shroyer, and Paquito D'Rivera.
MUS CD 04916

Tanouye, Nathan, 1974- . Kokopelli's dance. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893. Oprichnik. Selections, arr. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Teaching music through performance in band. Volume 1, grades 2 and 3. Chicago: GIA Publications, p1998.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
See Library catalog for contents.
UNLV Media MT125 .T43 1997 - Disc

Teaching music through performance in band. Volume 2, grades 2 and 3. Chicago: GIA Publications, p1998.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
See Library catalog for contents.
UNLV Media MT125 .T432 1998 - Disc

Teaching music through performance in band. Volume 3, grade 4. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, p2002.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Jack Stamp, conductor.
See Library catalog for contents.
MUS CD 05016

Teaching music through performance in band. Vol. 5, grades 4-5. Chicago: GIA Publications, p2006.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Showa Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Jack Stamp, conductor.
See Library catalog for contents.
MUS CD 10363

Teaching music through performance in band. Vol. 6, grades 4-5. Chicago: GIA Publications, p2007.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Cincinnati Wind Symphony ; Showa Academia Musicae Wind Symphony ; Keystone Wind Ensemble ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, Jack Stamp, conductors.
See Library catalog for contents.
MUS CD 10391

Teaching music through performance in band. Vol. 7, grade 4. Chicago: GIA Publications, p2010.
North Texas Wind Symphony, Showa Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; Georgia State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Robert Ambrose, conductor.
See Library catalog for contents.
MUS CD 10392

Tempered steel. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p1998.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy B. Rhea, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Julius Fucík, Frank Ticheli, Percy Grainger, Charles R. Young, Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, Paul Hindemith, and E.V. Cupero.
MUS CD 04912

Texas A & M University Symphonic Band. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; David Wilborn, trombone ; Paul Sikes, Timothy Rhea, conductors.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Malcolm Arnold, Eric Whitacre, Donald Grantham, Derek Bourgeois, Mark Camphouse, and Jaromír Weinberger.
MUS CD 04911

Texas Music Educators Association, 1999. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1999]
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy B. Rhea, Ray E. toler, conductors ; Robert N. Daniel, tuba ; brass members of the University Concert Band & Fightin' Texas Aggie Band.
Music of Giuseppe Verdi, Rolf Rudin, Clifton Williams, Edward Gregson, Michael Daugherty, Karl King, and Modest Mussorgsky.
MUS CD 05017

That holiday feeling. Washington, D.C.: United States Navy Band, [p1998?].
United States Navy Band ; lieutenant commander John Pastin officer in charge/leader.
MUS CD 04987

Time : a maniac scattering dust. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark, 2000.
Rutgers University Wind Ensemble & Chamber Winds; William Berz, conductor.
Music of Eric Moe, Adam Gorb, Eric Whitacre, Brian Kershner, Ralph Hultgren, Jan Van der Roost, Jack Stamp, and Roger Cichy.
MUS CD 04866

Time pieces. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2001.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor ; Mark Ford, marimba ; Bradley Genevro, guest conductor ; University of North Texas A Cappella Choir, Jerry McCoy, conductor ; Pamela Mia Paul, piano ; Dennis Fisher, guest conductor.
Music of Cindy McTee, Daniel McCarthy, Robert Patterson, George Walker, Dana Wilson, and Gustav Holst.
MUS CD 03702

To a new dawn. [Fort Monroe, Va.: United States Continental Army Band, 2000].
United States Continental Army Band ; Major Timothy J. Holtan, commander, conductor, and producer.
Music of Carl Nielsen, Julius Fucík, Aaron Copland, Philip Sparke, Roger Nixon, Samuel Barber, Ira Hearsen, Ian Frazier, Augustin Lara, and Stephen Mellilo.
MUS CD 04938

To the fallen--. [Fort Monroe, Va.: United States Continental Army Band, 1999]
United States Continental Army Woodwind Quintet ; United States Continental Army Brass Quintet ; United States Continental Army Band ; Daniel J. Steiger, John R. Moffett, guest conductors ; Douglas A. Winks, trombone ; Alvy Powell, vocalist ; Timothy J. Holtan, conductor.
Music of Jacques Offenbach, Erling Mostad, Jan Van der Roost, Ferdinand David, Dmitrii Shostakovich, George Gershwin, and Jerome Kern.
MUS CD 05035

Tour of premieres. [Bloomington, Ind.?]: Harrison Digital Productions, [2005?]
Illinois State University Wind Symphony ; Stephen K. Steele, conductor ; Kimberly McCoul Risinger, flute.
Music of Samuel Zyman, Matthew Halper, and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 06596

Tradition. Vol. 1 : legacy of the march. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1999?].
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Texas A & M Concert Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Marches of Joseph J. Richards, Kenneth J. Alford, W. Paris Chambers, Charles Parker, Karl L. King, Carl Mader, Fred Jewell, Robert Griffith, Joseph DeLuca, W.H. Boorn, Arthur W. Hughes, John S. Taylor, Austyn R. Edwards, William H. Kiefer, Melvin H. Ribble, Robert B. Hall, and Frank Ventre.
MUS CD 04909

Tradition. Vol. 4 : legacy of the march. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Texas A & M Concert Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Marches of Karl L. King, N.K. Brahmstedt, E.V. Cupero, John Cacavas, Thornton Boyer, Henry Fillmore, Kenneth J. Alford, Charles Duble, Fred Jewell, E.E. Bagley, Alex Lithgow, Davide Delle Cese, Johannes Hanssen, Harry Alford, and John C. Heed.
MUS CD 04910

Tradition. Vol. 5 : legacy of the march. Clarence, N.Y.: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2005.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Marches of Josef Franz Wagner, Roland Forrest Seitz, Charles Lloyd Barnhouse, Karl Lawrence King, Russell Alexander, John Philip Sousa, Alonzo (Zo) Elliott, Joseph John Richards, Frederick Anton Jewell, Henry Fillmore, Kenneth J. Alford, Claudio S. Grafulla, William Paris Chambers, and Herman Louis Blankenburg.
MUS CD 06572

Transcriptions for wind orchestra / Grainger. Colchester, England: Chandos, p2007.
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra ; Ivan Hovorun, piano (in the 10th work) ; Clark Rundell, conductor.
Music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio de Cabezón, Gabriel Fauré, Alfonso Ferrabosco II, Cesar Franck, sir Eugene Goossens, John Jenkins, Franz Liszt, Guillaume de Machaut, Katharine Parker, and Josquin des Prez.
MUS CD 09866

Transformations. Chicago: GIA, p2007.
North Texas Wind Symphony; Shaun Abraham, trumpet (2nd work); Michael Harcrow, horn (2nd work); Mitsuru Saito, trombone (2nd work); Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Donald Grantham, Robert Linn, Frank Ticheli, Michael Colgrass, David Maslanka.
MUS CD 07996

Transforming colors : BYU bands 1999-2000. [Provo, Utah: The University, 2000?].
Cougar Marching Band ; Symphonic Band ; Don Peterson, conductor ; Wind Symphony ; David P. Blackinton, conductor.
Music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Percy Grainger, S. Tvorum, John Philip Sousa, Joaquin Turina, Gustav Holst, Vincent Persichetti, Vassili Kalinnikov, and Alfred Reed.
MUS CD 04964

Tributes. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, [2002], p1995.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Fisher Tull, Donald Grantham, Morton Gould, Roger Cichy, Gustav Holst, Cindy McTee, and Dan Welcher.
MUS CD 05691

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UK Wind Ensemble. [Kentucky: University of Kentucky?, 2001?]
University of Kentucky Wind Ensemble ; Richard Clary, conductor ; Miles Osland, alto saxophone ; Noemi Lugo, vocalist.
Music of Paul Basler, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Paul Hindemith, Michael Colgrass, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04919

Uncommon valor. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Marine Band, [1992?]
United States Marine Band ; John R. Bourgeois, conductor.
Music of William Woodin, John Philip Sousa, Robert E. Jager, Samuel Barber, Taylor Branson, Richard Rodgers, Alexander F. Lithgow, and Louis Saverino.
MUS CD 00665

The United States Army Field Band and Soldiers' Chorus in concert. [Fort Meade, Md.]: U.S. Army Field Band, [199-?]
United States Army Field Band and Soldier's Chorus ; various soloists ; Jack H. Grogan, commander and conductor.
Music of John Philip Sousa, Jacques Offenbach, John Williams, Karl King, and Lee Greenwood.
MUS CD 04991

The University of Florida Wind Symphony live in Jacksonville. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1998]
University of Florida Wind Symphony ; David A. Waybright, conductor ; Gil Wartell, clarinet ; Douglas Maxwell, piano ; Bruce Marking, clarinet ; Kenneth Broadway, percussion.
Music of Frank Ticheli, George Gershwin, Donald Grantham, Leonard Bernstein, and Wendell Yuponce.
MUS CD 05024

University of Houston at the Meyerson. Vol. 1. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1995.
University of Houston Wind Ensemble ; Eddie Green, director.
Music of Samuel Barber, Michael Praetorius, Giacomo Puccini, Gustav Mahler, and Carl Teike.
MUS CD 04949

The University of Illinois Bands, the Symphonic Band : 56th annual American Bandmasters Association. [Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois Bands]; Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, [1990]
University of Illinois Symphonic Band ; various conductors ; Howard Klug, clarinet.
MUS CD 04989

The University of Illinois Marching Illini. Champaign, Ill.: University of Illinois Bands, [1989?].
University of Illinois Marching Illini ; Gary Smith, director.
MUS CD 04978

University of Nebraska at Omaha Concert Choir, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble. [Omaha, Neb.: University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1997?].
University of Nebraska at Omaha Concert Choir ; Z. Randall Stroope, conductor ; University of Nebraska at Omaha Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; James R. Saker, conductor ; University of Nebraska at Omaha Jazz Ensemble ; Steven A. Rehbein, conductor.
Music of Beatriz Corona, Johannes Brahms, Orlandi di Lasso, Z. Randall Stroope, Eric Whitacre, James Mulholland, Oscar Escalada, Phillip Sparke, Julius Fucík, Percy Grainger, Alfred Reed, S.A. Ward, Don Menza, and Chip McNeil.
MUS CD 04955

University of Nevada, Las Vegas Wind Symphony : 1994. Clarence, NY: Mark Records, 1994.
Eric Marienthal, alto saxophone ; University of Nevada, Las Vegas Wind Symphony ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor ; Takayoshi Suzuki, guest conductor.
Music of John Zdechlik, Eric Whitacre, Dana Wilson, Lubos Fiser, Malcolm Arnold, Charles Barnhouse, and Gene De Paul.
MUS CD 00593

University of Nevada, Reno bands 2001-2002. Reno, Nev.: University of Nevada, Reno, [2002?].
Wolf Pack Marching Band ; University of Nevada, Reno Symphonic Band ; University of Nevada, Reno Wind Ensemble ; A.G. McGrannahan III, director of bands ; R. Alan Sullivan, associate director of bands.
Music of Brant Karrick, David Gillingham, and Johann Sebastian Bach.
MUS CD 05065

University of Nevada Wind Ensemble. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c2001.
University of Nevada Wind Ensemble ; A.G. McGrannahan III, R. Alan Sullivan, conductors ; David Ehrke, alto saxophone.
Music of Richard Strauss, David Gillingham, David Kneupper, Claude T. Smith, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 04920

University of Northern Colorado Bands. Greeley, Colo.: UNC Bands, c2000.
"Pride of the Rockies" Marching Band ; Richard G. Mayne, director ; University of Northern Colorado Wind Ensemble ; Ken Singleton, director ; University of Northern Colorado Symphonic Band ; Ken Singleton, director ; University of Northern Colorado Concert Band ; Ken Singleton, director.
Music of John Williams, Eric Whitacre, William Schmidt, Yasuhide Ito, and others.
MUS CD 05028

The University of Texas Longhorn Band : the year of the Heisman. [Austin, Tex.: The University, 1998?].
University of Texas Longhorn Band ; Paula A. Crider, director ; Mark G. Belcik, associate director ; Gregory Martin, assistant director.
MUS CD 04979

The University of Texas Wind Ensemble at Carnegie Hall. Clarence, NY : Mark Custom Recording Service, [between 1998 and 2000].
University of Texas Wind Ensemble ; Jerry F. Junkin, Paula A. Crider, conductors ; Harvey Pittel, saxophone ; Barbara Conrad, mezzo-soprano.
Music of Daniel S. Godfrey, Percy Grainger, Donald Grantham, Tomaso Albinoni, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Michael Daugherty, Gustav Mahler, Richard Wagner, and Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky.
MUS CD 04874

Urban requiem. [Hong Kong]: Naxos, p2008.
Youngstown State University Wind Ensemble ; Stephen L. Gage, conductor.
Music of Scott Lindroth, Michael Colgrass, Camielle Saint Saëns, Dmitry Shostakovich, John Philip Sousa, and Eric Whitacre.
MUS CD 09081

USA/Canada tour 2002 : farewell concert recorded live at Moriah College, Sydney, Australia. [Sydney, Australia: Moriah College, 2002?]
Moriah College Wind Ensemble ; Roberta Goot, director of music ; Russell Hammond, guest conductor.
MUS CD 05070

USM Wind Ensemble : May 2, 2002. Baton Rouge, La.: Vestige, c2002.
The University of Southern Mississippi Wind Ensemble ; Thomas V. Fraschillo, conductor ; William J. Moody, Paul D. Garcia, guest conductors ; various soloists.
Music of William Schuman, Paul Creston, Luigi Zaninelli, Max di Julio, Michael Colgrass, John Moody, and Russell Alexander.
MUS CD 05027

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Velocity. Tempe, Ariz.: Summit Records, p2005.
Columbus State University Wind Ensemble ; Robert W. Rumbelow, conductor.
Music of Percy Grainger, Morten Lauidsen, Michael Daugherty, Russell Peck, Eric Whitacre, Andrew Rindfleisch, and Jacques Press.
MUS CD 06988

Vivo!. Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 1997.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor ; John Bourgeois, guest conductor.
Music of Keith Gates, Leonard Bernstein, Ira Hearshen, Cindy McTee, Jack End, Boris Kozhevnikov, Robert Jager, Eric Whitacre, and Edward Gregson.
MUS CD 04836

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Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883. Music of Richard Wagner. [Washington, DC: United States Marine Corp, 198-?].
United States Marine Band ; John Bourgeois, director.
MUS CD 00124

WASBE '99. Clarence, NY: Mark, [1999].
United States Air Force Band ; Julianne S. Turrentine, soprano ; Lowell E. Graham, conductor.
Music of Jack Stamp, Timothy Mahr, Samuel Barber, Claudio Grafulla, Florent Schmitt, Roger Nixon, Vincent Persichetti, Ira Hearshen, and Samuel Ward.
MUS CD 04969

Water music. Tokyo: Kosei, 1988.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor.
Music of George Frideric Handel, Georg Philipp Telemann, Ludwig van Beethoven, Gioacchino Rossini, Anton Brucker, and Camille Saint-Saëns.
MUS CD 00185

We are Penn State!. [S.l.]: ATR Digital, p1992.
Penn State Blue Band ; Ned C. Deihl, director ; O. Richard Bundy, associate director.
MUS CD 04980

Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950. Konzert für Violine und Blasorchester, op. 12. Arles, France: Harmonia Mundi France, p1992.
Elisabeth Glab, violin ; Ensemble Musique Oblique ; Philippe Herreweghe, conductor.
MUS CD 01858

Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950. Violin concerto. London, England: ASV, p1997.
Michael Guttman, violin ; Rheinische Philharmonie ; José Serebrier, conductor.
MUS CD 01859

Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950. Violin concerto. New York, NY: EMI Classics, p1998.
Frank Peter Zimmermann, violin ; Berliner Philharmoniker ; Mariss Jansons, conductor.
MUS CD 01895

When the trumpets call. Tempe, AZ: Summit Records, p1999.
The University of Georgia Wind Symphony ; W. Fred Mills, trumpets ; H. Dwight Satterwhite and John N. Culvahouse, conductors.
Music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Morton Gould, David Gillingham, Donald Grantham, John Philip Sousa, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04835

Whirr!. Greensboro, N.C.: University of North Carolina Greensboro, 2002.
UNCG Wind Ensemble ; John R. Locke, conductor ; David Kish, Richard Edwards, guest conductors.
Music of Ralph Hultgren, Aaron Copland, Julie Giroux, Yasuhide Ito, Percy Grainger, Edward Elgar, and Dan Welcher.
MUS CD 04858

Whitacre, Eric, 1970-. Eternal flame; arr. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2008.
UNLV Wind Orchestra ; Thomas G. Leslie, conductor.
MUS CD 09970

Whitacre, Eric, 1970-. The music of Eric Whitacre. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1997.
Rutgers Wind Ensemble ; William Berz, conductor ; Megumi Okura, violin ; Eric Whitacre, piano ; Hila Plitmann, soprano ; University of Miami Chorale ; Jo-Michael Scheibe, conductor ; Brigham Young University Singers ; Ronald Staheli, conductor.
MUS CD 04930

Wilby, Philip. Sacred symphonies. [S.l.]: Doyen, 1996.
California State University, Fresno, Wind Ensemble ; Larry Sutherland, conductor ; Black Dyke Mills Band ; James Watson, conductor.
MUS CD 04967

Wilder, Alec. Music for winds and brass. Albany, N.Y.: Albany Records, [2005].
Studs Terkel, narrator ; Appleton Boychoir ; Lawrence University Wind Ensemble ; Gunther Schuller, conductor.
Includes Children's plea for peace -- Entertainment no. 1 -- Three octets -- House detective registers -- Octet no. XXI -- Remember me to youth -- Fantasy for piano and wind ensemble -- Jazz suite for brass quintet -- Trumpet prelude -- Nice and easy does it -- Jazz style -- Loosely swinging -- Jazz style.
MUS CD 07657

Wildflowers. San Juan Capistrano, Calif.: Klavier, p1996.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Corporon, conductor.
Music of Ernst Toch, Joseph Schwantner, Percy Grainger, Dana Wilson, William Childs, and Paul Hart.
MUS CD 05693

Wilson, Dana. Vortex : music of Dana Wilson. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Ithaca College Wind Ensemble ; Gail Williams, horn ; Read Gainsford, piano ; Steven Mauk, alto saxophone ; Stephen Peterson, conductor.
Shortcut home -- Dance of the new world -- Concerto for horn and wind ensemble. Plaintively -- Vortex -- Time cries, hoping otherwise. Out of the depths ; If I could tell you, I would let you know ; The world cries, hoping -- Last ride to Solutré -- Shakata : singing the world into existence.
MUS CD 06579

Wind band masterworks. Vol. 2. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2005.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Music of Paul Dukas, David Stanhope, G. Verdi, Joel Martinson, Malcolm Arnold, H. Owen Reed, J.S. Bach, and Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov.
MUS CD 06570

Wind band masterworks. Vol. 3. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2005.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Music of Aaron Copland, Franz Schubert, Ron Nelson, David Stanhope, Edward Gregson, Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, John Barnes Chance, Norman Dello Joio, Richard Wagner, and Samuel Barber.
MUS CD 06571

Wind currents. Albany, NY : Albany Records, [2002].
University of Massachusetts-Amherst Wind Ensemble ; Malcolm W. Rowell, Jr., conductor.
Music of Robert Stern, Joseph Turrin, Michael Daugherty, and David Maslanka.
MUS CD 04378

Wind dances. Boca Raton, FL: Klavier, p2000.
North Texas Wind Symphony ; Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor.
Music of Paul Hart, Cindy McTee, John Harbison, Joseph Schwantner, and Philip Sparke.
MUS CD 03703

Wind journey. Greencastle, Ind. : DePauw University ; Clarence, N.Y. : Mark Custom Recording Service, 2002.
DePauw University Band ; Craig Paré, conductor.
Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, VIncent Persichetti, Edward Elgar, Donald H. White, William Schuman, Thomas Stone, and Ron Nelson.
MUS CD 04804

Windband masterworks. Vol. 1. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, p2003.
Texas A & M University Symphonic Band ; Timothy Rhea, conductor.
Music of Vasilii Agapkin, Dmitri Shostakovich, Gustav Holst, John Barnes Chance, Edvard Grieg, Charles Ives, Robert Jager, and Ralph Vaughan Williams.
MUS CD 04913

Winds of change. New York, NY: New World Records, [1997], p1977.
Frederick L. Hemke, saxophone (in the 4th work) ; Northwestern University Symphonic Wind Ensemble ; John P. Paynter, conductor.
Music of Vincent Persichetti, Hale Smith, Henry Brant, Ross Lee Finney, and Robert Russell Bennett.
MUS CD 03709

Winds of praise. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Service, 1998.
Ouachita Baptist University Symphonic Band ; Ouachita Baptist University Wind Ensemble ; Craig V. Hamilton, conductor.
Music of James Curnow, David Holsinger, W. Francis McBeth, Jack Stamp, Brian Hogg, Frank Ticheli, Claude T. Smith, Franz Schubert, John Ness Beck, David R. GIllingham.
MUS CD 04934

WSU Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble. Wichita, Kans.: Audio Productions, Performance Facilities, Wichita State University, [1997].
Wichita State University Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble ; Victor A. Markovich, conductor ; Larry R. Blocher, associate conductor ; H. Robert Reynolds, Myron Welch, Mark Camphouse, guest conductors ; Amy Jo Rhine, horn soloist ; Mark Kellogg, trombone soloist.
Music of Gustav Holst, Dean Roush, Percy Grainger, Mark Camphouse, Dan Welcher, Walter Mays, Pierre Leemans, John Philip Sousa, Aaron Copland, Mark Rivello, and Katherine Ann Murdock.
MUS CD 04960

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The year of the dragon. Tokyo: Kosei, 1989.
Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra ; Eric Banks, conductor.
Music of Percy Fletcher, John Ireland, Eric Ball, Gordon Jacob, and Philip Sparke.
MUS CD 00191

Your nation's Air Force. Washington, D.C.: [United States Air Force, 1997]
United States Air Force Band ; Singing Sergeants ; Ceremonial Brass ; Strolling Strings ; Airmen of Note ; High Flight ; Silver Wings ; Lieutenant Colonel Lowell E. Graham, commander/conductor.
MUS CD 05041

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Zaninelli, Luigi. Music of Luigi Zaninelli. Baton Rouge, LA: Vestige, c2000.
The USM Wind Ensemble ; Thomas V. Fraschillo, conductor ; Pamela Jones, soprano.
MUS CD 04905

Ziek, Gary D. The labyrinth : the compositions of Gary D. Ziek. Clarence, NY: Mark Custom Recording Services, p2004.
Emporia State University Wind Ensemble and Chamber Winds ; Gary D. Ziek, conductor ; Terry Everson, trumpet, flügelhorn, Bb piccolo trumpet ; Alan Kinsey, Scott Herring, percussion.
MUS CD 06592