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MOST RECENT PLAYLIST

Classics By Request (Music)

Sun May 24th 2015 5.00pm–9.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: central

8:58pm

United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, dir. “Bugle Call "Taps"”
composed by Daniel Butterfield/orch. Thomas Knox
from Uncommon Valour (Musical Heritage Society www.musicalheritage.com)

8:52pm

The United States Continental Army Band “Hymn to the Fallen”
composed by John Williams/Lavender
from Here's To America (U.S. Army T&D Command)

8:45pm

United States Air Force Band of Mid-America “Spirit of the Land”
composed by arr. CMSgt Michael Davis
from Infinite Horizons (Dept of Air Force)

8:43pm

U.S. Coast Guard Band, New London, CT; Lt. Commander Lewis J. Buckley, dir. “You're a Grand Old Flag”
composed by George M. Cohen
from Sing America (MENC)

8:38pm

US Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus, Col. Jack H. Grogan, Jr., cond. “Duty, Honor, Country”
composed by Harold Walters (Altissimo!)

8:26pm

US Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus, Col. Jack H. Grogan, Jr., cond. “Fantasia on The Army Blue”
composed by Ira Hearshen
from Duty, Honor, Coiuntry (Altissimo!)

8:15pm

Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra “Patriotic Variations”
composed by William Thomas McKinley
from merican Legacy (MMC recordings www.mmcrecordings.com)

7:52pm

United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, dir. “March "Franklin D. Roosevelt"”
composed by William H. Woodin/arr. Mayhew L. Lake
from Uncommon Valour (Musical Heritage Society www.musicalheritage.com)

7:30pm

The United States Navy Band, Washington, DC, Commander Philip Howard Field, USN, cond. “The Chimes of Liberty March”
composed by Edwin Franko Goldman
from Jubilee (USN)

7:29pm

The United States Navy Band, Washington, DC, Commander Philip Howard Field, USN, cond. “Rolling Thunder March”
composed by Henry Fillmore/ed. Frederick Fennell
from Jubilee (USN)

7:25pm

United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, dir. “"Eternal Father, Strong to Save" (The Navy Hymn)”
composed by John B. Dykes/arr. Claude T. Smith
from Uncommon Valour (Musical Heritage Society www.musicalheritage.com)

7:04pm

Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, John Mauceri, cond. “An American In Paris”
composed by George Gershwin
from American Classics (Philips)

6:58pm

San Diego Symphony Pops, Lalo Schifrin, cond. “Patton March”
composed by Jerr Single (Pro Arte)

6:54pm

The United States Coast Guard Band, Commander Kenneth W. Megan, dir. “The Stars and Stripes Forever”
composed by John Philip Sousa
from Live in Japan (USCG)

6:47pm

The United States Coast Guard Band, Commander Kenneth W. Megan, dir. “The American Journey: mvmt 1”
composed by John Williams/trans. Lavender
from Live in Japan (USCG)

6:39pm

The United States Coast Guard Band, Commander Kenneth W. Megan, dir.; Musician First Class Benjamin Griffin, trombone “A Musical Journey Through New Orleans”
composed by arr. Paul Murtha Single (USCG)

6:36pm

The United States Coast Guard Band, Commander Kenneth W. Megan, dir. “Hail to the Spirit of Liberty”
composed by John Philip Sousa/ed. Hunsberger
from Live in Japan (USCG)

6:07pm

Heidi Lowy, piano “Le Tombeau de Couperin”
composed by Maurice Ravel
from Maurice Ravel • Das Klavierwerk (Bayer Records)

5:47pm

The Philadelphia Orchestra, Plácido Domingo, cond. “Capriccio italien, Op. 45”
composed by Peter Tchaikovsky
from Peter Tchaikovsky: Overture "1812" etc. (EMI Classics)

5:44pm

U.S. Coast Guard Band, New London, CT; Lt. Commander Lewis J. Buckley, dir. “You're a Grand Old Flag”
composed by George M. Cohen
from Sing America (MENC)

5:43pm

U.S Navy Band, Washington, DC, Lt. Commander John R. Pastin, dir. “Anchors Aweigh”
composed by A.H Miles/C. Zimmerman
from Sing America (Sony Music Special Products)

5:40pm

U.S. Military Academy Band, Lt. Col. David H. Deitrick, dir. “The Army Goes Rolling Along”
composed by H. W. Arberg
from Sing America (Sony Music Special Products)

5:38pm

U.S. Army Ground Forces Band, Major James D. Holt, Jr., dir. “Over There”
composed by George M. Cohen/arr. P. Holbrook
from Sing America (Sony Music Special Products)

5:31pm

Stockholm Bach Choir, Anders Öhrwall, dir; Vienna Concentus Musicus, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, cond. “Fürchte dich nicht, ich bin bei dir, S. 228 (No. 5 of The Six Motets, S. 225-230”
composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
from Bach: The Six Motets, S. 225-230 (MHS)

5:22pm

The Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur Fiedler, cond. “Variations on America”
composed by Charle Ives, orch. William Schuman
from America The Beautiful (Philips)

5:19pm

The Boston Pops Orchestra, John Williams, cond. “This Land is Your Land”
composed by Arlo Guthrie/Stuart Phillips
from America The Beautiful (Philips)

5:16pm

The Boston Pops Orchestra, John Williams, cond. “America The Beautiful”
composed by Samuel A. Ward/Katharine Lee Bates, arr. Alexander Courage (Philips)

5:12pm

The United States Continental Army Band, Major Beth T.M. Steele “"March" from Jazz Suite No. 2”
composed by Dmitri Shostakovich
from March Along (U.S. Army T&D Command)

5:01pm

The Boston Pops Orchestra, John Williams, cond. “Strike Up The Band”
composed by George Gershwin
from America The Beautiful (Philips)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.