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The Dallas Wind Symphony is the leading professional civilian wind band in the United States today. Comprised of 50 woodwind, brass and percussion players, the band performs an eclectic blend of musical styles ranging from Bach to Bernstein and Sousa to Strauss. They combine the tradition of the British brass band with the musical heritage of the American town band and the pioneering spirit of ... Read more in Amazon's Dallas Wind Symphony Store

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  • Orchestra: Dallas Wind Symphony
  • Conductor: Frederick Fennell
  • Composer: Kenneth J. Alford, Charles S. Belsterling, William Paris Chambers, Robert M. Crawford, Henry Fillmore, et al.
  • Audio CD (October 13, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Reference Recordings
  • ASIN: B00000C2J9
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Daniel E. Turkington on March 18, 2001
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For the past 50 or so years, Frederick Fennell has probably been the "Best Friend" that collectors of band music in general and marches specifically could ever have imagined! Starting with monaural LP's in the 1950's, such as Marches For Twirling and British Band Classics with the incomparable Eastman Wind Ensemble, which he himself founded, Dr. Fennell has consistently set the standard for march recordings, and has been a tireless champion for wind ensembles as a serious musical medium.
This CD contiues that tradition, with a selection of marches that runs the gamut of styles that define a "march" (military/patriotic, circus, concert, collegiate, Spanish, Italian, etc.)The musicianship on this album is truly outstanding, and Maestro Fennell's understanding of tempo and attention to every detail are once again amply demonstrated. Also, although he has always provided a wealth of information concerning the marches themselves and their composers, I believe this marks the first time that he has also included information in his notes about his personal involvement in each number, a very nice touch! A few thoughts about some of the marches:
March of the Steel Men - This is a great demonstration of the genius of Harry Alford, who bridged the gap between the traditional march style and the "modern" march, which typically contains only two strains and much more complex harmonies, at which Alford excelled, both in his own compositions and in his numerous arrangements.
The Gladiator, El Abanico and Sol y Sombra - Interestingly, Dr. Fennell plays by far the slowest-tempoed version of The Gladiator I have heard, Sousa's first "hit", that I have heard, as if it were a Spanish paso doble, which, of course, it does resemble in style.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 30, 1998
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If you like marches you have to love this recording. Fennell is truly the march recording king of our time and this could very well be his signature recording. The liner notes are a fascinating personal insight as to Fennell's personal attachment and involvement with each march. As an avid collector of march recordings, the arrangements on this disc are outstanding as are the phonics. The disc brings me back to my high school band days and maraches like Footlifter and Band of America just jump off the disc. A truly wonderful piece of Americana by a band legend
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John E. Mack on June 26, 2013
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I do not know if Fennell is still alive and recording. If he is, we need more recordings like this one. Fennell is one of the grand masters of American band music, and has a somewhat unique approach. I would characterize it as "exuberant." He tends to be a bit heavy on the brass, particularly the low brass and is certainly not shy about his fortissimos. But in march music, this really works. Much of his output has involved Sousa, but in this one he foregoes the master (with the exception of "the Gladiator") for more obscure marches, principally by American composers. Most of these marches are familiar, but are often not part of the standard march reparatory (e.g. the U.S. Air Force March or March of the Wooden Soldiers) . The sound is excellent. My only regret is that there appear to be so few of Fennell's recordings of non-Sousa marches. We need more like this one.
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