J. Storoni, Arthur N. Green, Victor Military Band - Amapa-Maxixe Bresilienne / Sans Souci-Maxixe Bresilienne album flac
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Amapa-Maxixe Bresilienne Composed By – Juca Storoni. B. Sans Souci-Maxixe Bresilienne Composed By – Arthur N. Green. Conductor – Walter B. Rogers.
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Maxixe bresilienne (Title descriptor). Victor Military Band.
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The Maxixe (Max-ish, Mah-Sheesh or Mah-SHEESH-A and many other pronunciations) were also known as the Brazilian Tango or Mattchiche (similar and/or same dance) and came from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil in the late 1860's or early 1870's and went by the name 'the Gherkin. The dance was considered very lowly in stature among the public perceptions and was named after the prickly part of a cactus. In attempts to raise it's stature, many composer's would title it "Brazilian Tango" as the Tango was gaining popularity at the same time and with many music styles.
Performer: Victor Military Band Writer: Arthur N. For Dancing (42 bars per minute). Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 17538B Catalog number: 17538-B.
The First Suite in E♭ for Military Band, Op. 28, No. 1, by the British composer Gustav Holst is considered one of the cornerstone masterworks in the concert band repertoire. Officially premiered in 1920 at the Royal Military School of Music, the manuscript was originally completed in 1909. Along with the subsequent Second Suite in F for Military Band, written in 1911 and premiered in 1922, the First Suite convinced many other prominent composers that serious music could be written specifically for band.
Sans Souci (Maxixe Bresilienne). By Van Eps Banjo Orchestra. 1. Sans Souci (Maxixe Bresilienne) - Van Eps Banjo Orchestra. Featured on Stomp and Swerve: American Music Gets Hot.
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Composed By – Juca Storoni
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Composed By – Arthur N. Green
- Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
Title: Amapa-Maxixe Bresilienne / Sans Souci-Maxixe Bresilienne
Category: Classical / Military
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