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 Post subject: "L" pattern music
PostPosted: Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:11 pm 
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I just want to list some good "L" pattern music you can spin to. these are marches and concert band songs that are march tempo, All these are very fun and are really easy to add your own content.
- The Gladiator
- The Beau Ideal
- Rifle Regiment
- Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
- Semper Fidelis
- Marquette University
- Hands Across the Sea
- Ancient and Honorable Artillery
- Solid Men to the Front
- Gallant Seventh
- La Flor de Sevilla
- Sound Off
- The Picadore
- Stars and Stripes Forever
- From Maine to Oregon (personal favorite L-Pattern march)

- Army of the Nile (Kenneth J Alford)
- Arromanches (A E Kelly)
- Washington Greys (C S Grafulla)
- National Emblem (Bagley)
- Bravura (Charles Duble)

Famous fragments of William Rimmer Marches by George Hawkins

. The Champions by George Wilcocks

Sarafand by George Wilcocks

Festive Overture by Dmitri Shostakovich

Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copeland

. Procession of the nobles by Nikolai Rimsky

Lincolnshire posy by Percy Aldridge. any of the movements.

March from the First Suite for Military band by Gustav Holst

The Contestor by TJ Powell

The Purple Pageant by Karl King

March of the Women Marines by Louis Saverino

The boys of the old brigade by William Paris Chambers

Glemdene by John Carr

Carry on by Herbert Winson

The Cossack by William Rimmer


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