The Dallas Wind Symphony Sampler HDCD

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A cornucopia of prime tracks from the Dallas Wind Symphony discography: music by Holst, Albeniz, Gould, Sousa, Grainger, Maslanka, Arnold and many more.

At last, a collection of the very best tracks from all Reference Recordings' releases with the Dallas Wind Symphony, America's only full-time professional wind band! All wind music enthusiasts need to have these knockout performances, conducted by Howard Dunn, Frederick Fennell, and Jerry Junkin. Recorded in the acclaimed acoustics of the Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas TX, the great music and spectacular sonics are perfectly captured by Reference Recordings' world-renowned team of engineer Keith Johnson and producer Tam Henderson. A stupendous bargain at a sampler price!

"The Dallas Wind Symphony is one of America’s elite cultural institutions, up there with the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Master Chorale, and the Philadelphia Orchestra." - Gene

Dallas Wind Symphony
Howard Dunn, conductor (1-2)
Frederick Fennell, conductor (3-9)
Jerry Junkin, conductor (10-13)


H. Owen Reed

1. La Fiesta Mexicana Prelude and Aztec Dance

Gustav Holst
2. Suite #2 in F - Excerpt

Rubin Goldmark
3. Rustic Wedding Symphony - Scherzo

Isaac Albeniz
4. Feast-Day in Seville

Jaromir Weinberger
5. Polka and Fugue from Schwanda the Bagpiper

Morton Gould
6. Pavanne

Leon Jessel
7. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers

Malcolm Arnold
8. Scottish Dance

Ron Nelson
9. Rocky Point Holiday

John Philip Sousa
10. Nables of the Mystic Shrine

Paul Hindemith
11. Kammermusik No. 7 - finale

Percy Grainger
12. Gumsuckers March

David Maslanka
13. Symphony No. 4 - finale

Total playing time, 71'46

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