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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 8:50 pm 
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According to their website:

El Capitan HS (Merced) - The Spacemen (Thomas J Powell)

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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From the Fresno Fair Big Band Review 10/2/13:

El Capitan M.S. (Fresno) Fairest of the Fair
Rio Vista M.S. (Fresno) Guardians of Liberty
Cruickshank M.S. (Merced) Valley Forge March
Tenaya M.S. (Merced) Farewell to A Slavic Woman
Hoover M.S. (Merced) Peace Jubilee
Pioneer M.S. (Porterville) Vanguard March
Clark Intermediate (Clovis) Allied Honor
Hoover H.S. (Fresno) Miss Liberty
Mariposa County H.S. (Mariposa) March Grandioso
Roosevelt H.S. (Fresno) El Capitan
Washington Union H.S. (Easton) War March of the Tartars
Clovis H.S. (Clovis) National Emblem
Selma H.S. (Selma) Liberty Bell
Sunnyside H.S. (Fresno) Arromanches
Kerman H.S. (Kerman) The Klaxon
Edison H.S. (Fresno) Imperial March
Sanger H.S. (Sanger) United Nations March
Fowler H.S. (Fowler) His Honor
Buchanan H.S. (Clovis) Fairest of the Fair


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Chowchilla High School performed the Conqueror back in 1983. They did win their class at the Santa Ana Review that year with the Conqueror.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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It seems like there is a higher percentage of Sousa marches this year.
About every other high school it seems.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Not in Northern California! :D


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Rivera Middle School (Merced) Barnum and Bailey's Favorite

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mariahorn wrote:
Rivera Middle School (Merced) Barnum and Bailey's Favorite

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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First Avenue MS (Arcadia) - Daughters of Texas (John Philip Sousa)
Moore MS (Redlands) - On the Street (Ted Mesang)
El Rancho HS (Pico Rivera) - American Red Cross (Frank A. Panella)
Montebello HS - Sarafand March (George H. Willcocks)
Temescal Canyon HS (Lake Elsinore) - The Beau Ideal (John Philip Sousa)

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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From the Franklin band review:

Franklin HS (Elk Grove) Ravenswood
Benicia HS Simoraine
Pitman HS (Turlock) Washington Grays
Lincoln HS (Stockton) Army of the Nile
Concord HS Washington Grays
Rodriguez HS (Fairfield) Arnhem
Fairfield HS Centaur


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Bonita Vista HS (Chula Vista) – The Pathfinder of Panama (John Philip Sousa)
Carlsbad HSBarnum & Bailey’s Favorite (Karl L. King)
Castle Park HS (Chula Vista) – Queen City (W. Halston Boorn)
Eastlake HS (Chula Vista) – Glorious Victory (Walter M. Kendall)
Grossmont HS (El Cajon) – Glorious Victory (Walter M. Kendall)
Helix Charter HS (La Mesa) – Eagle Squadron (Kenneth J. Alford)
Patrick Henry HS (San Diego) – Bravura (Charles E. Duble)
Mira Mesa HS (San Diego) – Queen City (W. Halston Boorn)
Monte Vista HS (Spring Valley) – Bonds of Unity (Karl L. King)
Samuel F. B. Morse HS (San Diego) – The Thunderer (John Philip Sousa)
Mt. Miguel (Spring Valley) – Gloria (Frank H. Losey)
Olympian HS (Chula Vista) – National Emblem (Edwin. E. Bagley)
Point Loma HS (San Diego) – Quality-Plus (Frederick A. Jewell)
Ramona HSThe Washington Post (John Philip Sousa)
Valhalla HS (El Cajon) – Bullets and Bayonets) (John Philip Sousa)
Westview HS (San Diego) – Chimes of Liberty (Edwin F. Goldman)

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Westview actually played "Chimes of Liberty" by E.F. Goldman.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Santa Cruz is playing Glorious Victory, forgot to add to this list earlier.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Hostrauser wrote:
Westview actually played "Chimes of Liberty" by E.F. Goldman.


Sorry about that. I was trying to collect the march titles as I was tabulating solo. Heritage of the March is a series of march recordings from 1973 to 1988. Our friend jcys has all or most of them. They were originally offered as records (LPs) for free to a select group of friends of Robert Hoe and the Robert Hoe Foundation at the time of his death. There is a nice writeup on Wikipedia. They had previously been unavailable commercially but starting in 2011 they have become available on CDs starting with a compilation called Heritage of John PHilip Sousa, and in 2012 the first two LPs of the series.

I should have remembered it was a collection of march recordings and, even worse, that "Heritage of the March" is not on the approved march list! In my defense, however, I was trying to hurry and that is the what is written on the cover of the music.

Chimes of Liberty it was.

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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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dr wrote:
Hostrauser wrote:
Westview actually played "Chimes of Liberty" by E.F. Goldman.


Sorry about that. I was trying to collect the march titles as I was tabulating solo. Heritage of the March is a series of march recordings from 1973 to 1988. Our friend jcys has all or most of them. They were originally offered as records (LPs) for free to a select group of friends of Robert Hoe and the Robert Hoe Foundation at the time of is death. There is a nice writeup on Wikipedia. They had previously been unavailable commercially but starting in 2011 they have become available on CDs starting with a compilation called Heritage of John PHilip Sousa, and in 2012 the first two LPs of the series.

I should have remembered it was a collection of march recordings and, even worse, that "Heritage of the March" is not on the approved march list! In my defense, however, I was trying to hurry and that is the what is written on the cover of the music.

Chimes of Liberty it was.



On a trivial side note...Bob Hoe never liked Goldman marches and, as I recall, he never appeared on the Heritage of the March Series (not just because Bob didn't like him, but because his stuff is still under copyright).

Also, I'm sorry I haven't been able to collect more titles from Santa Cruz and Pleasanton, lots of interesting stuff being played...but I didn't get a program.


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 Post subject: Re: 2013-2014 Competition March List
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Foothill doesn't list music, but I did get a program from Santa Cruz, and will list as soon as I get some free time.


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dr wrote:
Hostrauser wrote:
Westview actually played "Chimes of Liberty" by E.F. Goldman.


Sorry about that. I was trying to collect the march titles as I was tabulating solo. Heritage of the March is a series of march recordings from 1973 to 1988. Our friend jcys has all or most of them. They were originally offered as records (LPs) for free to a select group of friends of Robert Hoe and the Robert Hoe Foundation at the time of is death. There is a nice writeup on Wikipedia. They had previously been unavailable commercially but starting in 2011 they have become available on CDs starting with a compilation called Heritage of John PHilip Sousa, and in 2012 the first two LPs of the series.

I should have remembered it was a collection of march recordings and, even worse, that "Heritage of the March" is not on the approved march list! In my defense, however, I was trying to hurry and that is the what is written on the cover of the music.

Chimes of Liberty it was.



On a trivial side note...Bob Hoe never liked Goldman marches and, as I recall, he never appeared on the Heritage of the March Series (not just because Bob didn't like him, but because his stuff is still under copyright).

Also, I'm sorry I haven't been able to collect more titles from Santa Cruz and Pleasanton, lots of interesting stuff being played...but I didn't get a program.

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