User:SousaFan88

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Greetings. My name is Dave. You probably stumbled upon this page while doing a web search for a certain march or something, didn't you? I must say, I get several emails a week (no exaggeration) from many different people, ranging from performers, band directors, researchers, or just the plain curious folk. Please do not hesitate to contact me. I always enjoy hearing from a fellow march music fan. I try to answer every email within one week, but please understand I am still a student at heart with a pitiful amount of spare time. Do not feel I am ignoring you.

I have a bachelor's degree in Music/Saxophone performance from Central Connecticut State University. I have been an active musician all of my life. I've played the alto saxophone since I was in 3rd grade, and participated in all sorts of musical settings. I was a lead musician in the university wind, marching, and jazz ensemble. I've also participated in a fife in drum corps, played in a rock/jazz jam band, and spend my summers in the Windham Concert Band of Connecticut. I teach private saxophone lessons as well.

I respect every form of music, which I believe to be essential to being a true musician. However, my dedication has always been to the study of march music. Being a march music buff would be an understatement. I enjoy all aspects of march culture: collecting, research, conducting, and composition.


daveschramm88@gmail.com Please remember that it may take me a week to answer emails. If an email accidentally gets sent to "Junk" it might take even longer. Please, it's nothing personal!


My Works[edit]

I am mainly a march composer, having written over 13 marches, three of which have been performed. "Parade of the Bandos" and "The '06" have been played by my highschool band. "Salute to Simsbury" was played by the Central Connecticut State Wind Ensemble at the 2006 CMEA Composer's Concert. I use Sibelius 5 notation software for all my work.

Please check out my website for more information!


My March Collection[edit]

With close to 4,500 different traditional military/concert marches and quick-steps on recording, I pride myself in having one of the largest personal collections of digital march recordings in the country. If you have a larger collection, I'm impressed. Please contact me. I'd love to see what I don't have!

This is an incomplete list of marches I have on recording. While many of them I have obtained through the internet (don't worry.. no illegal downloads), I have also purchased many CD albums.

If you have a question about a march or if you would like a recording of it (in WMA format), I'll be happy to tell you all I know about it. Just pop me a message or email me at [generaldas88@hotmail.net]

If you need a concert band arrangement of ANY of these marches, I would be more than willing to create one. Please contact me.


NOTE: This is just a list of the marches I have ON RECORDING. There are many more marches I know and/or listened to that I still haven't been able to get on recording. This list is EXTREMELY incomplete. I currently have approx. 4,500 marches on recording.

An asterik (*) indicates a favorite.

  • 1. 6th Zeppelin Infantry – S. Gens
  • 2. 22nd Regiment – Victor Herbert
  • 3. 369th Regimental – F. Eugene Mikell
  • 4. ABA – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 5. Aces of the Air – Karl L. King
  • 6. Acropolis – Harry Hughes
  • 7. Across the Danube –John Philip Sousa
  • 8. Action Front – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 9. Adolphe – G. Michaelis
  • 10. Advocate Messenger – Leonard Smith
  • 11. Al G. Barnes Grand Entrée – John Post
  • 12. Alamo – Karl L. King
  • 13. Alhambra Grotto – Karl L. King
  • 14. All American Concert March – Chris Sharp
  • 15. All the King’s Men – John Erikson
  • 16. Allentown Band Sesquicentennial – W. Pruyn
  • 17. Allied Honor – Karl L. King
  • 18. Alte Kameraden – Carl Teike
  • 19. Amazonas – F. Salutari
  • 20. America Exultant – Henry Fillmore
  • 21. America First – John Philip Sousa
  • 22. America Triumphant – Keith Lately
  • 23. American Leader – Fred Jewell
  • 24. American Legion – Charles Parker
  • 25. American Patrol – W.F. Meacham
  • 26. American Ranger – J.J. Richards
  • 27. American Red Cross – Louis Panella
  • 28. American Soldier
  • 29. American Spirit – Dennis Eveland
  • 30. American Way – Karl L. King
  • 31. Americans We – Henry Fillmore
  • 32. Anchor and Star- John Philip Sousa
  • 33. Anchors Away – Charles Zimmerman
  • 34. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company – John Philip Sousa
  • 35. Andreas Hofer
  • 36. Army of the Nile – Kenneth Alford
  • 37. Army of the Potomac – Cecil Karrick
  • 38. Associated Press – James Fulton
  • 39. Atchison Globe – John Marshall
  • 40. Atlanta Constitution – F.N. innes
  • 41. Atlantic City Pageant – John Philip Sousa
  • 42. Attorney General – Karl L. King
  • 43. Auld Lang Syne – Karl L. King
  • 44. Aviation Tournament – Karl L. King
  • 45. Aviators – John Philip Sousa
  • 46. B.B. & C.F. – J. Ord Hume
  • 47. Badge of Honor – Ken Harris
  • 48. Baltimore American – C.P. Burton
  • 49. Bandology – Eric Osterling
  • 50. Band-o-Rama – Sandy Feldstein
  • 51. Banner Year – Ed Huckeby
  • 52. Barnum – J.J. Richards
  • 53. Barnum & Bailey’s Favorite – Karl L. King
  • 54. Basses on a Rampage – Getty Huffine
  • 55. Bastinado – Russell Alexander
  • 56. Battle of Gettysburg – J.M. Missud
  • 57. Battle of Manila – C.L. Barnhouse
  • 58. Battle of Shiloh – C.L. Barnhouse
  • 59. Battle of the Winds – Charles Duble
  • 60. Battle Royale – Fred Jewell
  • 61. Beau Ideal – John Philip Sousa
  • 62. Belford’s Carnival – Russell Alexander
  • 63. Belle of Chicago – John Philip Sousa
  • 64. Belleau Wood – John Edmondson
  • 65. Belphegor – Eduoard Brepsant
  • 66. Ben Bolt –John Philip Sousa
  • 67. Bennett’s Triumphal – John Ribble
  • 68. Big Cage – Karl L. King
  • 69. Big Four – Karl L. King
  • 70. Big Time
  • 71. Bill Lee’s Triumphal
  • 72. Billboard – John Klohr
  • 73. Black and Gold Line – Reginald Schive
  • 74. Black Horse Troop – John Philip Sousa
  • 75. Black Jack – Fred Huffer
  • 76. Blaze Away! – Abe Holzmann
  • 77. Block M – Jerry Bilik
  • 78. Blue & Grey Patrol – C.W. Dalbey
  • 79. Blue Streak – R.B. Eisenberg
  • 80. Bolivar – Karl L. King
  • 81. Bombardier – Karl L. King
  • 82. Bombasto – Orion Farrar
  • 83. Bonds of Unity – Karl L. King
  • 84. Bones Trombone – Henry Fillmore
  • 85. Bonnie Annie Laurie –John Philip Sousa
  • 86. Borussia
  • 87. Boston Commandery – Thomas Carter
  • 88. Boston Post – George Tracy
  • 89. Boy Scouts of America – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 90. Boy Scouts of America – John Philip Sousa
  • 91. Boys of the Old Brigade – W. Paris Chambers
  • 92. Bravura – Charles Duble
  • 93. Bride-Elect – John Philip Sousa
  • 94. Brighter Spirits – Dennis Eveland
  • 95. Brighton Beach – William Latham
  • 96. British Eighth – Zo Elliot
  • 97. British Phalanx – Feliks Nowowieski
  • 98. Broadway One-Step – Karl L. King
  • 99. Brooke’s Chicago Marine Band – Roland Seitz
  • 100. Brooke’s Triumphal – Roland Seitz
  • 101. Bruderherz
  • 102. Buffalo News – J.B. Lampe
  • 103. Bugles and Drum – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 104. Bull Trombone – Henry Fillmore
  • 105. Bullets and Bayonets – John Philip Sousa
  • 106. Bunker Hill – Arthur Pryor
  • 107. Bunker Hill – Eric Osterling
  • 108. Bunker Hill- Karl L. King
  • 109. Burr’s Triumphal – Russell Alexander
  • 110. By Land and Sea – Kenneth Alford
  • 111. C.F.A. – Merle Evans
  • 112. The Call – Egbert Van Alstyne
  • 113. Call to Victory – Karl L. King
  • 114. Cannonade – J.W. Jenkins
  • 115. Canton Aero Club – Karl L. King
  • 116. Cantonians – Russell Alexander
  • 117. Capital City – Cecil Karrick
  • 118. Capital Square – Warren Barker
  • 119. Capital of the Guard – Rodney Bashford
  • 120. Caravan Club – Karl L. King
  • 121. Carrollton – Karl L. King
  • 122. Castles in Europe – J.R. Europe
  • 123. Calvary of the Clouds – Kenneth Alford
  • 124. Caesar’s Triumphal – G.F. Mitchell
  • 125. Center Ring Karl L. King
  • 126. Central Park – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 127. Century of Progress – John Philip Sousa
  • 128. Challenge – G.E. Homes
  • 129. Challenger – Larry Howeth
  • 130. Chantyman’s – John Philip Sousa
  • 131. Charge of the Roosevelt Rough Riders – Charlie Coleman
  • 132. Charlatan – John Philip Sousa
  • 133. Chebanse Herald – W.H. Overhue
  • 134. Chicago American – J.R. Feagans
  • 135. Chicago Daily News – A.F. Weldon
  • 136. Chicago Evening Post – Raphael Fassett
  • 137. Chicago Journal – A.E. Clarke
  • 138. Chicago Record – A.F. Weldon
  • 139. Chicago Tribune – W. Paris Chambers
  • 140. Chicago World’s Fair – Carl Mader
  • 141. Chief Petty Officer’s
  • 142. Children of the Shrine – James Swearingen
  • 143. Children’s – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 144. Chimes of Liberty – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 145. Chronicle Telegraph – F.N. Innes
  • 146. Cincinnati Post – Frank Simon
  • 147. Cincinnati Post – John Klohr
  • 148. Cincinnati Post Golden Jubilee – W.C. Stoess
  • 149. Circumnavigators Club – John Philip Sousa
  • 150. Circus Bandwagon – Merle Evans
  • 151. Circus Bee – Henry Fillmore
  • 152. Circus Days – Karl L. King
  • 153. Circus Echoes – Arthur Hughes
  • 154. Circus King – Charles Duble
  • 155. Circus on Parade – Richards Rodgers
  • 156. Circusdom – Fred Jewell
  • 157. City of New York – Thomas Meehan
  • 158. City of Palms – William Middendorf
  • 159. Cle Elum Eagles – Karl L. King
  • 160. Cleveland News – J.S. Zamecnik
  • 161. Coast Guards – Karl L. King
  • 162. Coat of Arms – K.G. Whitcomb
  • 163. Cole Bro’s Grand Entry – Peter Freiburger
  • 164. Colonel Bogey – Kenneth Alfrod
  • 165. Colossus of Columbia – Russell Alexander
  • 166. Columbian – Karl L. King
  • 167. Combination – Scott Joplin
  • 168. Commando – Samuel Barber
  • 169. Comrades of the Legion –John Philip Sousa
  • 170. Con Celerita – J.J. Richards
  • 171. Congress Hall – John Philip Sousa
  • 172. Conqueror – Carl Teike
  • 173. Contest Winners – John Taylor
  • 174. Corcoran Cadets – John Philip Sousa
  • 175. Courier Journal – Robert Griffith
  • 176. Crescent City – Lopez
  • 177. Crimson Plume – Charles Duble
  • 178. Crosley – Henry Fillmore
  • 179. Crusade for Freedom – J.J. Richards
  • 180. Crusader – John Philip Sousa
  • 181. Custer’s Calvary – Karl L. King
  • 182. Cyrus the Great - Karl L. King
  • 183. D.H.S. – Lewis Buckley
  • 184. Dallas Morning News – Rose Jones
  • 185. Danubia
  • 186. Danville Female Academy – Julius Meininger
  • 187. Daughters of Texas – John Philip Sousa
  • 188. Dauntless Battalion - jpp
  • 189. Days of Glory – John Cacavas
  • 190. Dean Dowdy – Cecil Karrick
  • 191. Defending Circle – Karl L. King
  • 192. Denver Post – Fred Jewell
  • 193. Detroit Free Press – W. Paris Chambers
  • 194. Die Wachtparade – H.L. Blankenberg
  • 195. Diplomacy – Karl L. King
  • 196. Diplomat – John Philip Sousa
  • 197. Director General – Fred Jewell
  • 198. Directorate – John Philip Sousa
  • 199. Dixie – Frank Panella
  • 200. Double Eagle – John Edmondson
  • 201. Douglas Munro – Lewis Buckley
  • 202. Down the Field
  • 203. Downie Bros. Triumphal – J. D. Cline
  • 204. Drake Relays – Karl L. King
  • 205. Dreadnaught – Frank Dalbey
  • 206. Drum Major – J.S. Taylor
  • 207. Drummers Delight – Henry Mancini
  • 208. Dunedin – Kenneth Alford
  • 209. Dunkirk Veterans – Perkins
  • 210. E Pluribus Unum – Fred Jewell
  • 211. Eagle Squadron – Kenneth Alford
  • 212. El Abanico – A. Javaloyes
  • 213. El Capitan – John Philip Sousa
  • 214. Emblem of Freedom – Karl L. King
  • 215. Emblem of Unity – J.J. Richards
  • 216. Embossing the Emblem – Russell Alexander
  • 217. Empire Express – Harry Lincoln
  • 218. Emporia – Karl L. King
  • 219. Enterprise – W.F. Burrell
  • 220. Equestrian – W. Paris Chambers
  • 221. Ernst August – H.L. Blankenberg
  • 222. Esprit du Corps – John Philip Sousa
  • 223. Ethelbert – James Fulton
  • 224. Europe United – Wilhelm Zehle
  • 225. Evans’ Triumphal – Chas. Storm
  • 226. Excelsior – Karl L. King
  • 227. Fairest of the Fair – John Philip Sousa
  • 228. Falcon Flight – Forrest Ray
  • 229. Famous 22nd Regiment – Patrick Gilmore
  • 230. Federal – John Philip Sousa
  • 231. Fete Triumphal – Karl L. King
  • 232. Fez – Frank Panella
  • 233. Fidelity – Karl L. King
  • 234. Fire Master – Harry Lincoln
  • 235. Firmly and Faithful –
  • 236. First Brigade – David Reeves
  • 237. Flags of Freedom – John Philip Sousa
  • 238. Flash of Steel – Gustave Colin
  • 239. Florentiner – Julius Fucik
  • 240. Floto’s Grand Pageant – W.P. English
  • 241. Floto’s Triumph – Fred Jewell
  • 242. Flying Colors – Chris Sharp
  • 243. Flying Eagle – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 244. Flying with the Colors – W.B. Green
  • 245. Folies Bergere – Paul Lincke
  • 246. Footlifter – Henry Fillmore
  • 247. For the People, For the Nation – Johnson Lee
  • 248. Fort Popham – Robert B. Hall
  • 249. Fortune Teller – Victor Herbert
  • 250. Foshay Tower Washington Memorial – John Philip Sousa
  • 251. Franklin D. Roosevelt – W.H. Woodin
  • 252. Free Lance – John Philip Sousa
  • 253. Free World – Karl L. King
  • 254. Freischutz – Claudio Grafulla
  • 255. From Chicago to Frisco – James Fulton
  • 256. From Coast to Coast – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 257. From Maine to Oregon – John Philip Sousa
  • 258. Front Section – Edwin Bagley
  • 259. Gallant Marines – Karl L. King
  • 260. Gallant Serbia –Adolph Lotter
  • 261. Gallant Seventh – John Philip Sousa
  • 262. Gallant Zouaves – Karl L. King
  • 263. Galop-Go! – Fred Jewell
  • 264. Game Preserve – Albertus Meyers
  • 265. Gardes du Corps – Robert B. Hall
  • 266. Garland Entrée – Karl L. King
  • 267. Gary Owen – James Fulton
  • 268. Gate City – Albert Weldon
  • 269. Gateway City – Karl L. King
  • 270. General Grant – Karl L. King
  • 271. General Lee- Karl L. King
  • 272. General Mitchell – Robert B. Hall
  • 273. Geneva – J.J. Richards
  • 274. Gentry Entry – Fred Huffer
  • 275. Gentry’s Triumphal – Fred Jewell
  • 276. George Washington Bicentennial – John Philip Sousa
  • 277. German Stenographer – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 278. Gethsemane Commandery – James Fulton
  • 279. Gettysburg – Stambough
  • 280. Gilmore’s Triumphal – Thomas Brooke
  • 281. Giocondita – A. Marchesini
  • 282. Gladiator – John Philip Sousa
  • 283. Gladiator’s Farewell – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 284. Glider Pilots – Floyd Werle
  • 285. Globe and Eagle – John Philip Sousa
  • 286. Gloria – Frank Losey
  • 287. Glorious America – Karl L. King
  • 288. Glory of the Trumpets – James Brockenshire
  • 289. Glory of the Yankee Navy – John Philip Sousa
  • 290. Go Galop – Henry Fillmore
  • 291. Goddess of Liberty – Francesco Fanciulli
  • 292. Gold Bug – Victor Herbert
  • 293. Golden Beach – Douglas Wagner
  • 294. Golden Bear – J.J. Richards
  • 295. Golden Flyer – Frank Losey
  • 296. Golden Friendships – Henry Fillmore
  • 297. Golden Gate – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 298. Golden Jubilee – John Philip Sousa
  • 299. Golden Plume – Will Huff
  • 300. Golden Reserve – Lewis Buckley
  • 301. Golden Spur – E. Weber
  • 302. Gollmar Bros. Triumphal – Fred Huffer
  • 303. Governor’s Own – Alton Adams
  • 304. Graaf Zeppelin – Carl Teike
  • 305. Grand Imperial Cirque de Paris – Frank Merril
  • 306. Great Little Army – Kenneth Alford
  • 307. Great Race – Henry Mancini
  • 308. Gridiron Club – John Philip Sousa
  • 309. Guadalcanal – Richard Rodgers
  • 310. Guerrilla – Glaudio Grafulla
  • 311. Guide Right – John Philip Sousa
  • 312. H.M. Jollies – Kenneth Alford
  • 313. Hagenbeck-Wallace Grand Entry – Chas Storm
  • 314. Hail Miami – J.J. Richards
  • 315. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty – John Philip Sousa
  • 316. Hall of Fame – J. Olivadoti
  • 317. Hamiltonian – Robert B. Hall
  • 318. Hampden Fireman – G.R. Reher
  • 319. Hampton Roads – Russell Alexander
  • 320. Hands Across the Sea – John Philip Sousa
  • 321. Harmonica Wizard – John Philip Sousa
  • 322. Harmony Heaven – C.L. Barnhouse
  • 323. Hartford Post – F.R. Seltzer
  • 324. Henderson Field – Karl L. King
  • 325. Herald of Progress – Karl L. King
  • 326. Heroes of New York – Kenneth Force
  • 327. High and Mighty – Fred Jewell
  • 328. High School Cadets – John Philip Sousa
  • 329. His Excellency – Henry Fillmore
  • 330. His Honor – Henry Fillmore
  • 331. His Majesty – Charles Sanglear
  • 332. Holyrood – Kenneth Alford
  • 333. Home Stretch – Karl L. King
  • 334. Home Town Boy – Karl L. King
  • 335. Honey Boys on Parade – E.V. Cupero
  • 336. Honor Guard – R.M. Geisler
  • 337. Honor with Dignity – Jari Villanueva
  • 338. Hostrauser’s – W. Paris Chambers
  • 339. Hosts of Freedom – Karl L. King
  • 340. Huntress – Karl L. King
  • 341. Hutchinson’s Field – J.J. Richards
  • 342. I Pledge Allegiance – Jerry Brubaker
  • 343. Illinois – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 344. Immer-Fesch – Richard Eilenberg
  • 345. Imperator – H.A. Vandercook
  • 346. Imperial Echoes – Antonio Safroni
  • 347. Imperial Edward – John Philip Sousa
  • 348. In Quest of Excellence – Robert Longfield
  • 349. In the Eye of the Story – Johnathan Yates
  • 350. In the Lead – Fred Jewell
  • 351. Independentia – Robert B. Hall
  • 352. Indiana State Band – Orion R. Farrar
  • 353. Inglesina – David Cese
  • 354. Integrity – Andrew Glover
  • 355. Intercollegiate – Charles Ives
  • 356. Interlochen Bowl- Edwin F. Goldman
  • 357. Invercargill – A.F. Lithgow
  • 358. Invictus – Karl L. King
  • 359. Invincible Eagle – John Philip Sousa
  • 360. Iowa Band Law – Karl L. King
  • 361. Iron Brigade – Henry Fillmore
  • 362. Iron Duke – Leo Stanley
  • 363. Ironsides – Charles Ancliffe
  • 364. Jack Tar – John Philip Sousa
  • 365. Jewell’s Triumphal – W.P. English
  • 366. Joplin Globe – J.B. Kreyer
  • 367. Joy Riders – Karl L. King
  • 368. Joyce’s 71st New York Regiment – Thornton Boyer
  • 369. Kaiser Parade – Franz von Blon
  • 370. Kansas City Journal – Rocco Venuto
  • 371. Kansas City Post – H.O. Wheeler
  • 372. Kansas City Star – Allesandro Liberati
  • 373. Kansas Wildcats – John Philip Sousa
  • 374. Keeneland – Robert Griffith
  • 375. Keeping Step with the Union – John Philip Sousa
  • 376. Kentucky – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 377. Kentucky Belle – George Southwell
  • 378. Kentucky Belles – H.F. Yaunt
  • 379. Kentucky Cardinal – George Barnard
  • 380. Kentucky Derby – Karl L. King
  • 381. Kentucky Sunrise – Karl L. King
  • 382. Keystonian – Frank Schoedorfer
  • 383. Kiefer’s Special – William Kiefer
  • 384. Kilties – Samuel Morris
  • 385. King Bombardon – W.P. English
  • 386. King Cobra – Ed Huckeby
  • 387. King Cotton – John Philip Sousa
  • 388. King Karl King– Henry Fillmore
  • 389. King of the Air – Melson
  • 390. King of the Track – T.H. Robinson
  • 391. King’s Cavaliers – Albert Safroni
  • 392. King’s Colour – R. Barsotti
  • 393. Klaxon – Henry Fillmore
  • 394. Knights of the Road – Fred Huffer
  • 395. La Flor de Sevilla –John Philip Sousa
  • 396. La Roquina – W.B. Green
  • 397. Lamb’s March – John Philip Sousa
  • 398. Land of Liberty – James Swearingen
  • 399. Lassus Trombone – Henry Fillmore
  • 400. Legacy – Steve Godges
  • 401. Legionnaires – John Philip Sousa
  • 402. Leviathan – Gordon Langford
  • 403. Lexington Herald – R.B. Griffith
  • 404. Liberators – Charles Ancliffe
  • 405. Liberty Bell – John Philip Sousa
  • 406. Liberty Loan – John Philip Sousa
  • 407. Library of Congress – John Philip Sousa
  • 408. Lifeboatmen – Trevor Brown
  • 409. Lights Out – Earl McCoy
  • 410. Lincoln Highway – Alvin Willis
  • 411. Lincoln Highway – Floyd St. Clair
  • 412. Lincoln – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 413. Lincoln – Will huff
  • 414. Linden – Unknown
  • 415. Little Bugler – Arthur Hughes
  • 416. Little Bugler – W.J. Duthoit
  • 417. Loyal Legion – John Philip Sousa
  • 418. Lt. Commander – Karl L. King
  • 419. Lynwood – J. Ord Hume
  • 420. Mad Major – K.J. Alford
  • 421. Magna Charta – John Philip Sousa
  • 422. Magnet – F.H. Losey
  • 423. Magestic – Karl L. King
  • 424. Major General U.S. Grant’s Grand – Josef Gung’l
  • 425. Man Behind the Gun – John Philip Sousa
  • 426. Man of the Hour – H.J. Woods
  • 427. Manhattan Beach – John Philip Sousa
  • 428. Mansfield Matelot - Perkins
  • 429. March – First Suite for Military Band in Eb – Gustaf Holst
  • 430. March – Second Suite for Military Band in F – Gustaf Holst
  • 431. March “Grandioso” – Roland Seitz
  • 432. March Lamar – Clifton Williams
  • 433. March for Nathan – E.R. Griffin
  • 434. March of the King’s Men – D.J. Plater
  • 435. March of the Belgian Parachutists – Pieter Leemans
  • 436. March of the Blue Brigade – Will Huff
  • 437. March of the Mitten Men (Power and Glory) – John Philip Sousa
  • 438. March of the Roughnecks – Ed Huckeby
  • 439. March of the Women Marines – Louis Saverino
  • 440. March of Time – Richards
  • 441. March Ponderoso – Karl L. King
  • 442. March Triumphal – Roland Seitz
  • 443. March Celebration and Glory – James Swearingen
  • 444. March Lorraine – Louis Ganne
  • 445. Marching through Georgia – David McCosh
  • 446. Marching through George – C.W. Dalbey
  • 447. Marine Corps Institute – Taylor Brandson
  • 448. Marquette University – John Philip Sousa
  • 449. Mediterranean – Harry Hughes
  • 450. Mars der Medici – J. Wichers
  • 451. Mayfield – Ralph & Jack Hale
  • 452. Medal of Honor – William Middendorf
  • 453. Mediterranean – Harry Hughes
  • 454. Melody Shop – Karl L. King
  • 455. Melton – Gerhard Meinl
  • 456. Memphis the Majestic – Russell Alexander
  • 457. Men in Gray – N.K. Brahmstedt
  • 458. Men of Florida – Henry Fillmore
  • 459. Men of Ohio – Henry Fillmore
  • 460. Merrimac – Henry Fillmore
  • 461. Messenger – C.L. Barnhouse
  • 462. Meyer – John Zdechlik
  • 463. Mighty Mite – Ted Mesang
  • 464. Mikado – John Philip Sousa
  • 465. Military Escort – Henry Fillmore
  • 466. Milwaukee Sentinel – Joseph Clauder
  • 467. Minnesota – John Philip Sousa
  • 468. Miss Liberty - Karl L. King
  • 469. Mister Joe – Harold Bennett
  • 470. Mit Elan – H.V. Muller
  • 471. Monitor – Henry Fillmore
  • 472. Monkey Business – David Lovrien
  • 473. Monterey – Karl L. King
  • 474. Montville Bicentennial – Lewis Buckley
  • 475. Monty’s Foxhounds – D.J. Plater
  • 476. Mother Goose – John Philip Sousa
  • 477. Mother Hubbard – John Philip Sousa
  • 478. Mountain Trail – Karl L. King
  • 479. Mr. Music – Alfred Reed
  • 480. Mt. Healthy – Henry Fillmore
  • 481. Music Festival – L.B. Smith
  • 482. Mustang – Eric Osterling
  • 483. My Maryland – W.S. Mygrand
  • 484. Mystic Call – Karl L. King
  • 485. Naperville Sun – Ron Keller
  • 486. Nashville Banner – Francis Craig
  • 487. National Defense – J.B. Lampe
  • 488. National Emblem – E.E. Bagley
  • 489. National Fencibles – John Philip Sousa
  • 490. National Game – John Philip Sousa
  • 491. National Press Club – Henry Fillmore
  • 492. Naval Order – J.Wm. Middendorf
  • 493. Naval Reserve – John Philip Sousa
  • 494. Navy Blue – Trevor Brown
  • 495. Nazir Grotto – Karl L. King
  • 496. NC4 – F.E. Bigelow
  • 497. Neddermeyer Triumphal – Karl L. King
  • 498. Nelson Touch – Philip Hood
  • 499. New Colonial – Robert B. Hall
  • 500. New Madison Square Garden – Karl L. King
  • 501. New Mexico – John Philip Sousa
  • 502. New York Herald – M.H. Rosenfeld
  • 503. New York Hippodrome – John Philip Sousa
  • 504. New York Journal – Roland Seitz
  • 505. New York Ledger – J.E. Magruder
  • 506. New York Sun – M.H. Rosenfeld
  • 507. New York Times – Gustave d’Aquin
  • 508. New York Times Color – Carl Schlessinger
  • 509. New Yorker – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 510. Newfrontiers – Karl L. King
  • 511. News-Sentinel – J.L. Verweire
  • 512. Noble Men – Henry Fillmore
  • 513. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine – John Philip Sousa
  • 514. Northern Pines – John Philip Sousa
  • 515. Northwind – W.P. Chambers
  • 516. Nortre Dame Victory March – Michael J. Shea
  • 517. Nussdorfer – Unknown
  • 518. Observing Visitor – Patrick Conway
  • 519. Occidental – John Philip Sousa
  • 520. Officer Candidate – Carl Teike
  • 521. Officer of the Day – Robert B. Hall
  • 522. Officer of the Guard – Fred Jewell
  • 523. Official West Point – Philip Egner
  • 524. Ohio Press – P.F. Campiglio
  • 525. Ohio Special – Karl L. King
  • 526. Old Circus Band – Fred Jewell
  • 527. Old Guard – Unknown
  • 528. Old Glory Triumphant – Charles Duble
  • 529. Old Ironsides – Frank Losey
  • 530. Old Ironsides – Henry Fillmore
  • 531. Old Panama – Kenneth Alford
  • 532. Olympia Hippodrome – Russell Alexander
  • 533. Omega Lambda Chi – Charles Ives
  • 534. On Jersey Shore – Arthur Pryor
  • 535. On Parade – John Philip Sousa
  • 536. On the B&O – T.B. Boyer
  • 537. On the Bandstand – Andrew Glover
  • 538. On the Brooklyn Bridge – Kenneth Force
  • 539. On the Campus – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 540. On the Campus – John Philip Sousa
  • 541. On the Mall – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 542. On the Quarter Deck – Kenneth Alford
  • 543. On the Road – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 544. On the Square – Frank Panella
  • 545. On the Tramp – John Philip Sousa
  • 546. On the Warpath – Karl L. King
  • 547. On the Watch – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 548. Onward-Upward – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 549. Orange Bowl – Henry Fillmore
  • 550. Our Director – F.E. Bigelow
  • 551. Our Flirtations – John Philip Sousa
  • 552. Our Gallant Infantry – A.R. Edwards
  • 553. Our Glorious Emblem – Joseph DeLuca
  • 554. Our Heritage – Karl L. King
  • 555. Our United States – Frank Ventre
  • 556. Outlook –Fred Jewell
  • 557. Ozark Trails – J.J. Richards
  • 558. Padstow Lifeboat – Malcomb Arnold
  • 559. Pageantry – Karl L. King
  • 560. Pan American – Karl L. King
  • 561. Parade of the Champions – Paul Yoder
  • 562. Pas Redouble – Unknown
  • 563. Pathfinder of Panama – John Philip Sousa
  • 564. Peace of the Nations – Fronz von Blon
  • 565. Peacemaker – Adolf Lotter
  • 566. Peacemaker – Karl L. King
  • 567. Pentland Hills – J.H. Howe
  • 568. Pet of the Petticoats – John Philip Sousa
  • 569. Phantom Regiment – Anderson Bullock
  • 570. Philadelphia Press Prize McKinley Inaugural – J.B. Ettinger
  • 571. Philadelphia Record – G. DeStefano
  • 572. Philadelphia Record – Hans Engelmann
  • 573. Picador – John Philip Sousa
  • 574. Piccadilly – Arnold Steck
  • 575. Pittsburgh Leader – Oscar Affelder
  • 576. Pittsburgh Gazette – Carl Bruno
  • 577. Pittsburgh Press – W.L. Rohbock
  • 578. Pittsburgh Times – R.W. Hall
  • 579. Plymouth Sound – Rod Goodwin
  • 580. Pomp and Circumstance – Edward Elgar
  • 581. Port Arthur – Roland F. Seitz
  • 582. Porter’s Catalina Band – W.D. McCaughey
  • 583. Post Dispatch – Arthur Pryor
  • 584. Powhatan’s Daughter – John Philip Sousa
  • 585. Premier – Lawrence
  • 586. President’s March – Victor Herbert
  • 587. Press Club – H.H. Thiele
  • 588. Prestissimo Galop – Karl L. King
  • 589. Pride of America – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 590. Pride of Pittsburgh – John Philip Sousa
  • 591. Pride of the Illini – Karl L. King
  • 592. Pride of the Wolverines – John Philip Sousa
  • 593. Prince Charming – John Philip Sousa
  • 594. Prinz Eitel Freidrich – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 595. Proud Heritage – William Latham
  • 596. Proud Spirit – James Swearingen
  • 597. Purple Carnival – H.L. Alford
  • 598. Purple Pageant – Karl L. King
  • 599. Pushing On – John Philip Sousa
  • 600. Quality Plus – Fred Jewell
  • 601. Queen City – W.H. Boorn
  • 602. Queen of the Sea – James Fulton
  • 603. Radetsky – J. Strauss
  • 604. Radio Waves – Fred Jewell
  • 605. Rainbow Division – Danny Nirella
  • 606. Raleighing Cry – Trevor Brown
  • 607. Regi-Men – Dick Johnson
  • 608. Regimental Pride – John Heed
  • 609. Register – Thurlow Lieurance
  • 610. Repasz Band – C.C. Sweeley
  • 611. Reporter – J.M. Fulton
  • 612. Resumption – John Philip Sousa
  • 613. Revelation – W. Paris Chambers
  • 614. Revival – John Philip Sousa
  • 615. Richmond Bee – Robert B. Hall
  • 616. Riders for the Flag – John Philip Sousa
  • 617. Rifle Regiment – John Philip Sousa
  • 618. Right Forward – John Philip Sousa
  • 619. Right-Left – John Philip Sousa
  • 620. Ringling Bros. Grand Entry – Al Sweet
  • 621. Ringling’s Golden Jubilee – John Post
  • 622. Ringmaster – Harold Walters
  • 623. Robbin’s Bros. Triumphal – Paul Gilson
  • 624. Robinson’s Grand Entrée – Karl L. King
  • 625. Rolling Thunder – Henry Fillmore
  • 626. Ros – M. Bartoloni
  • 627. Rough Riders – Karl King
  • 628. Round-Up – Russell Alexander
  • 629. Royal Air Force – Walford Davies
  • 630. Royal Bridesmaid – J.W. Casto
  • 631. Royal Decree – W.P. English
  • 632. Royal Pageant – W.P. English
  • 633. Royal Scotch Highlanders – Karl L. King
  • 634. Royal Welch Fusiliers – John Philip Sousa
  • 635. RS 2 – Lamont Downs
  • 636. Sabres and Spurs – John Philip Sousa
  • 637. Saint Petroc – D.J. Marshall
  • 638. Salutation – Roland F. Seitz
  • 639. Salute to Allentown – Ray Wetherhold
  • 640. Salute to Bert Meyers – Henry Crespi
  • 641. Salute to George Washington – William Middendorf
  • 642. Salute to Kansas – John Philip Sousa
  • 643. Salute to King Bros. – John Brown
  • 644. Salute to Sterling – Richards
  • 645. Salute to the Stars and Stripes – Will Huff
  • 646. Salute to Washington – William Kiefer
  • 647. Salute to Williamsport – Charles Duble
  • 648. Salvation Army- John Philip Sousa
  • 649. Sampson – Karl L. King
  • 650. Santa Fe Route – C. Carlton
  • 651. Sarasota – Karl L. King
  • 652. Scarlet and Gold – Thomas Lloyd
  • 653. Screamer – Fred Jewell
  • 654. Sea Songs – R. Vaughan Williams
  • 655. Second Regiment. Connecticut National Gaurds – D.W. Reeves
  • 656. Second to None – J. Ord. Hume
  • 657. Sells-Floto Triumphal – Karl L. King
  • 658. Semper Fidelis – John Philip Sousa
  • 659. Sentinel – Robert B. Hall
  • 660. Serenade – Victor Herbert
  • 661. Sesquicentennial Exposition – John Philip Sousa
  • 662. Seventy-Six Trombones – Meredith Wilson
  • 663. Shield of Liberty – J.J. Richards
  • 664. Shoot the Chutes – Russell Alexander
  • 665. Show Boy – Will Huff
  • 666. Show World – J.J. Richards
  • 667. Showman – Akers
  • 668. Shriner’s Parade – Joseph DeLuca
  • 669. Silver Bullets – Andrew Glover
  • 670. Silver Jubilee – Fradeneck
  • 671. Silver Quill – Harpham Nestico
  • 672. Sir Galahad – Karl L. King
  • 673. Skyrocket – Claudio Grafulla
  • 674. Sliperitis – S.E. Morris
  • 675. Slippery Hank – R.S. Keller
  • 676. Slippery Streets – Keith Lately
  • 677. Smilin’ Jack – Robert Keller
  • 678. Snowbird – Frank Piersol
  • 679. Solara – Eric Osterling
  • 680. Soldier’s Blood – Franz von Blon
  • 681. Soldier’s of the Sea – Vivian Dunn
  • 682. Solid Men to the Front – Claudio Grafulla
  • 683. Solid Men to the Front! – John Philip Sousa
  • 684. Sons of the Brave – Thomas Bidgood
  • 685. Sons of Veterans - Karl L. King
  • 686. Sound Off – John Philip Sousa
  • 687. Sounds of Peace – Franz von Blon
  • 688. Sousa on Review – John Philip Sousa
  • 689. South Rampart Street Parade – Ray Bauduc
  • 690. Southerner – Russell Alexander
  • 691. Southshore – John Edmondson
  • 692. Space Command – Ken Miller
  • 693. Speedway – J.J. Richards
  • 694. Spencer Fair – Reginald Schive
  • 695. Spirit of Minstrelsy – Karl L. King
  • 696. Spirit of the Auborn – Everett Johnson
  • 697. Spirit of the North – Patrick Gilmore
  • 698. Squealer – William Huffer
  • 699. St. Julian – A.W. Hughes
  • 700. St. Louis Post Dispatch – M. Azzolina
  • 701. Standard of St. George – Kenneth Alford
  • 702. Stars and Bars – Robert Jager
  • 703. The Stars and Stripes Forever – John Philip Sousa
  • 704. Steeplechase – Russell Alexander
  • 705. Step on It! – Karl L. King
  • 706. Stepping Along – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 707. Storming of El Caney – Russell Alexander
  • 708. Stratoliner – G.E. Holmes
  • 709. Strike up the Band – George Gershwin
  • 710. Submarine Force – Unknown
  • 711. Supreme Triumph – Fred Jewell
  • 712. Sweeney’s Cavalcade – W. Paris Chambers
  • 713. Swing March – Henry Mancini
  • 714. Sylvia – J. Vlach
  • 715. Symbol of Honor – Ted Mesang
  • 716. Symphonia – Merle Evans
  • 717. Tabasco – George Chadwick
  • 718. Tall Ship “Eagle” – Lewis Buckley
  • 719. Teddy Bear’s Picnic – J.W. Bratton
  • 720. Telegram – O.R. Farrar
  • 721. Tenth Regiment – Robert B. Hall
  • 722. Them Basses – G.H. Huffine
  • 723. They’re Off! – Fred Jewell
  • 724. Thin Red Line – Kenneth Alford
  • 725. Third Alarm – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 726. Through Night to Light – Laukien
  • 727. Thumbs-Up USA – Karl L. King
  • 728. Thunder and Blazes (Entry of the Gladiators) – Julius Fucik
  • 729. Thunderbold – Fred Huffer
  • 730. Thunderer – John Philip Sousa
  • 731. Tiger Triumph – Karl L. King
  • 732. Times Picayune Centennial – Taylor Branson
  • 733. To the Front – J. Ord Hume
  • 734. To the Frontier – J.J. Richards
  • 735. To Your Guard – W.T. Hughes
  • 736. Toledo Blade – Edwin F. Goldman
  • 737. Topeka Daily Capital – J.B. Marshall
  • 738. Topeka State Journal – J.B. Marshall
  • 739. Torch of Liberty – Karl L. King
  • 740. Trafalgar – Wilhelm Zehle
  • 741. Transcontinental – Harry Hughes
  • 742. Transcontinental – E. Weber
  • 743. Transcontinental – John Taylor
  • 744. Transit of Venus – John Philip Sousa
  • 745. Traufenau – Unknown
  • 746. Triad – J.J. Richards
  • 747. Tribute to Trombones – Don Keller
  • 748. Tripoli Temple – C.L. Barnhouse
  • 749. Triton – John Philip Sousa
  • 750. Triumph of Time – John Philip Sousa
  • 751. Triumph of the Truth – H.L. Blankenburg
  • 752. Trolley – L.P. Laurendeau
  • 753. Trolley Mail – T.H. Rollinson
  • 754. Trombone Blues – Fred Jewell
  • 755. Trombone King – Karl L. King
  • 756. Trombone Section – W.P. Chambers
  • 757. Trooper’s Greeting – C.E. Duble
  • 758. Trooper’s Tribunal – Henry Fillmore
  • 759. Trouping Days – Karl L. King
  • 760. Trumpeter’s Carnival - F.E. Losey
  • 761. Tudor Rose – Trayton Adams
  • 762. U.S. Cruiser New York – Francesco Fanciulli
  • 763. U.S. Field Artillery – John Philip Sousa
  • 764. UCONN Huskies Fight Song – Herbert France
  • 765. Uncle Sammy – Abe Holzmann
  • 766. Under the Banner of Victory – Franz von Blon
  • 767. Under the Double Eagle – J.F. Wagner
  • 768. Under the Star of the Guard – Ernst Steiberitz
  • 769. United Nations – Karl L. King
  • 770. United States Naval Academy Band – Oliver Zinsmeister
  • 771. University of Illinois – John Philip Sousa
  • 772. University of Kansas – J.J. Richards
  • 773. University of Nebraska – John Philip Sousa
  • 774. University of North Dakota – Karl L. King
  • 775. Untitled March – John Philip Sousa
  • 776. Up Periscope – Paul Baker
  • 777. Up the Street – Arthur Fiedler
  • 778. US Public Health Service – Unknown
  • 779. Valdres – Johnannes Hanssen
  • 780. Valley Forge – Karl L. King
  • 781. Vanished Army – K.J. Alford
  • 782. Vendette – Kenneth Alford
  • 783. Veni, Vidi, Vici – Robert B. Hall
  • 784. Victor – Karl L. King
  • 785. Victors (Michigan Fight Song) – Louis Elbel
  • 786. Victory Parade – John Taylor
  • 787. Victory Spirit – Warren Barker
  • 788. Viking – Karl L. King
  • 789. Visalia – J.J. Richads
  • 790. Voice of America – Karl L. King
  • 791. Voice of the Guns – K.J. Alford
  • 792. Volunteers – John Philip Sousa
  • 793. Vor die Front – Carl Teike
  • 794. Waconia Patriot – P.J. Gepson
  • 795. Waldmere – Frank Losey
  • 796. Walking Frog – Karl L. King
  • 797. Walsenburg Galop – Karl L. King
  • 798. Wanderlust – Karl L. King
  • 799. Warrior Bold – Louis Panella
  • 800. Warship – Anthony Isaac
  • 801. Washington Evening News – Francesco Fanciulli
  • 802. Washington Greys – Claudio Grafulla
  • 803. Washington Post – John Philip Sousa
  • 804. Washington Times – F.N. Innes
  • 805. Washington Times - G.M. White
  • 806. Watch on the Rhine – Fronz von Blon
  • 807. Waterbury American – J.M. Fulton
  • 808. We Are Coming - John Philip Sousa
  • 809. We Stand United – Karl L. King
  • 810. Wearing of the Gray – M. Welker
  • 811. West Point Bicentennial – Larry Daehn
  • 812. Western Front – D.J. Marshall
  • 813. When the 69th Comes Marching Back – Victor Herbert
  • 814. When the Boys Come Sailing Home – John Philip Sousa
  • 815. Whip and Spur – T.S. Allen
  • 816. Whistler and His Dog – Arthur Pryor
  • 817. Whistling Farmer Boy – Henry Fillmore
  • 818. White and Red Rose – Joseph DeLuca
  • 819. White Hat – Unknown
  • 820. White Horse – Gordon Newham
  • 821. White Plume – John Philip Sousa
  • 822. White Rose – John Philip Sousa
  • 823. Who’s Who in Navy Blue – John Philip Sousa
  • 824. Wichita Beacon – J.J. Richards
  • 825. Wien Bleibt Wien – Unknown
  • 826. Wingfoot – Dennis Eveland
  • 827. Wings of Peace – Karl L. King
  • 828. Winter Sports – Guy Earl Holmes
  • 829. Wisconsin Forward Forever – John Philip Sousa
  • 830. With Sword and Lance – Hermann Starke
  • 831. Wizard of the West – C.E. Duble
  • 832. Wolverine – John Philip Sousa
  • 833. Woody Van’s - Karl L. King
  • 834. World Events – J.S. Zamecnik
  • 835. The World is Waiting for the Sunrise – H.L. Alford
  • 836. World’s Progress – Victor Herbert
  • 837. Yankee Robinson – Fred Huffer
  • 838. Yankees in Vienna – Russell Alexander
  • 839. Ye Boston Tea Party – Arthur Pryoer
  • 840. Yellowstone Trail – Karl L. King
  • 841. Yorktown Centennial – John Philip Sousa
  • 842. Young Courageous – H.B. Lovell
  • 843. Young Germany - Unknown
  • 844. Zacatecas – Genaro Codina

Wanted Marches[edit]

I am currently looking for recordings of the following marches:

  • "Over the Top" by Harold Crosby
  • "Pride of the Marines" by Austyn Edwards
  • "On the Field of Glory" by Ellis Brooks
  • "With Pride, Spirit and Honor" by Larry Howeth
  • "Starburst" by Larry Howeth

If you have any of these marches on recording, I'd be glad to trade! Please contact me.


Heritage of the March[edit]

I am also lucky to have a complete collection of the Heritage of the March LP record series distributed by Robert Hoe. These LPs are not, and never were, for sale. I also enjoy trading march materials, such as sheet music. If you have something of interest to me, please let me know!


  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 1 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF R.B. HALL and SIDE 2- CARL TEIKE
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 2 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF JOHN N. KLOHR and SIDE 2- ALEX LITHGOW
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 3 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF FRED JEWELL and SIDE 2 H.L. BLANKENBURG
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 4 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF W.P. CHAMBERS and SIDE 2- A.W. HUGHES
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 5 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF FRANK H. LOSEY and SIDE 2- G.B. MANTAGAZZI
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 6 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF C.L. BARNHOUSE and SIDE 2- V. WIDQVIST
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 7 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF RUSSELL ALEXANDER
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 8 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF J. OLIVADOTI and SIDE 2- FRANZ LEHAR
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH. VOLUME 9 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF WALTER P. ENGLISH and SIDE 2- FRANZ VON BLON
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 10 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF JOHN C. HEED and SIDE 2- THOMAS BIDGOOD/HARRY BIDGOOD
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 12 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF D.W. REEVES
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 14 - THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF HARRY L. ALFORD
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 16 - THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF CHARLES STORM
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 17 - THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF CHARLES SANGLEAR
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 18 - THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF THE BAGLEY BROTHERS
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 19 - THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF JOHN SIEBERT TAYLOR
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 20 - THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF VICTOR HERBERT
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 27 - UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF THOMAS PRESTON BROOKE
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 28 - UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF J.J. RICHARDS
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 36 - UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF JAMES FULTON
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 38 - UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY BAND - SIDE 2- MARCHES OF FLOYD J. ST. CLAIR
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME 39 - UNITED STATES COAST GUARD BAND - SIDE 1- MAECHES OF ARTHUR PRYOR
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME B - CENTRAL METHODIST COLLEGE BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF FRED JEWELL
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME C - OTTERBEIN COLLEGE BAND - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF FRED JEWELL and SIDE 2- MARCHES OF ROBERT BROWNE HALL
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME P - TEXAS TECH BAND - SIDE 1- R.B. HALL/FRED JEWELL
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME T - ROYAL MARINES SCHOOL OF MUSIC JUNIOR BAND - SIDE 2- MARCHES OF R.B. HALL
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME GG - WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - SIDE 1- MARCHES OF ROLAND SEITZ
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME UU - THE COAL COUNTRY SILVER CORNET BAND - SIDE 2- MARCHES OF JAMES FULTON
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME BBB - WEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - SIDE 2- JAMES FULTON
  • HERITAGE OF THE MARCH, VOLUME CCCC - THE AMERICAN BAND OF PROVIDENCE - SIDE 2- MARCHES OF J. FULTON