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The BBC is exploring an online store for our CD sales.  For now, you must place your orders by one of the following processes:

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We always bring a supply of our CDs to concerts for purchase.

CD Track List


Open the accordion panel for the CD Title below to view individual tracklists, as desired.  For those tracks items preceded by the speaker icon,  there is an audio available by clicking on the icon or title.

Strike Up the Brass Band

BBC CD Strike Up the Brass Band
  1. Intrada Ein Feste Berg – arr. Ray Far
  2. Glorious Venture – arr. Peter Graham, Soloist: Dan King, Cornet
  3. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing – Brian Stevens
  4. Glorifico Aeternum – Dean Jones
  5. Strike Up the Band – George Gershwin, arr. Goff Richards
  6. Demelza – Huge Nash, Soloist: Lisa Galvin, Alto Horn
  7. Barnum and Bailey’s Favorite – Karl King, arr. Peter Roberts
  8. Swing That Door – Bill Broughton, Soloist: Jeff Keller
  9. New York, New York – Fred Ebb/John Kander, arr. Goff Richards, Soloist: Cabot Rea, Vocal
  10. Carrickfergus – Stephen Roberts, Soloist: Diana Herak, Baritone
  11. Hora Staccato – Dinico/Heifetz, arr. Goff Richards
  12. I Will Follow Him – Plante/Pourcel/Mauriat/Gimbel, arr. Goff Richards
  13. Robin Hood, Price Of Thieves – Michael Kamen, arr. Tim Jameson
  14. Cossack Fire Dance – Peter Graham, Soloists: Dan King, Cornet; Jeff Keller, Trombone; Eric Aho, Euphonium; Jon Merritt, Xylophone
  15. Stars and Stripes Forever – John Phillip Sousa, Soloists: Bill Bailey and John Montgomery, Soprano Cornet

Baritones to the Fore

CD Baritones to the Fore
  1. Concertino for Baritone – Roger Thorne
  2. Deep Inside the Sacred Temple – Bizet, arr/ Wilkinson
  3. Hebridean Lullaby – Philip Harper
  4. A Day in the Life of Pooh and Tigger – Phil Lawrence
  5. Rhapsody for Baritone: Don Quixote – John Golland
  6. Horizon – Booth
  7. Alu – Peter Meechan
  8. Rhapsody for Baritone – Philip Sparke
  9. Prelude No. 4 in C-Minor – Bach, arr. Piper
  10. Slane – arr. Leigh Baker
  11. Mirror Lake – Mvt 1 Serenade – Montgomery, arr. Tubb, ed. Droste
  12. Mirror Lake – Mvt 2 Festival – Montgomery, arr. Tubb, ed. Droste
  13. A New Day – Andrea Crossley
  14. By the Waterside – Faure, trans Wilson
  15. Sun – Bruce Frasier
  16. Baritunes – Leigh Baker

Gifted Leadership

BBC CD - Gifted Leadership
  1. March “Grandioso” – Roland Seitz
  2. Gifted Leadership – Henry Fillmore
  3. King Cotton – John Philip Sousa
  4. Joyce’s 71st N.Y. Regiment March – T.B. Boyer, arr. Mayhew Lake
  5. God and Country – William Himes
  6. The Melody Shop – Karl King
  7. El Capitan March – John Philip Sousa
  8. The Cossack – William Rimmer
  9. Americans We – Henry Fillmore
  10. Power and Glory (March of the Mitten Men) – John Philip Sousa
  11. Through Bolts and Bars – Ernst Urbach
  12. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company – John Philip Sousa
  13. ‘Neath the Flag – George Marshall
  14. Solid Men to the Front – John Philip Sousa
  15. The Champions – G.H. Wilcocks, arr. Derek Broadbent
  16. Library of Congress March – John Philip Sousa, arr. Stephen Bulla
  17. The Victors Return – William Rimmer
  18. Marching Onward – Ivor Bosanko
  19. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty – John Philip Sousa
  20. The Waltonian – J. Richards, arr. Wyss
  21. The Washington Post March – John Philip Sousa, arr. Eric Leidzen
  22. Robinson’s Grand Entree March – Karl King
  23. National Emblem – E. E. Bagley

Brass Band Christmas

CD Brass Band Christmas
  1. Intrada on “Regent Square” – Kenneth Downie
  2. The Bells of Christmas – Stephen Bulla
  3. Lo, How A Rose – Arr. Eward Montgomery
  4. Adeste Fidelis – Arr. Eward Montgomery
  5. Gaudete! – Kevin Norbury
  6. Angels On High – Stephen Bulla – Soloist: Jeff Keller
  7. Jingle Bells – Arr. Derek Ashmore
  8. Carol of the Drum – Margaret Davis, Arr. Les Susi
  9. White Christmas – Irving Berlin, Arr. Philip Sparke
  10. Frosty the Snow Man – Steve Nelson & Jack Rollins, Arr. Sandy Smith – Soloist: Tony Zilincink
  11. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen – Arr. Edward Montgomery
  12. Three Kings Swing – Georges Bizet, Arr. William Himes – Soloist: Tony Philip
  13. Variations on a German Carol (Stille, Stille, Stille) – James Curnow
  14. Carol of the Bells – Arr. Edward Montgomery
  15. Good King Wenceslas – Arr. Edward Montgomery
  16. Christmas Rejoicing – William Gordon
  17. Winter Wonderland / Let it Snow – Bernard/Smith, Cahn/Styne, Arr. Les Susi – Soloist: Todd Cunningham
  18. Veni, Veni (O Come O Come Emanuel) – Arr. Chip Davis, Transcription by Lisa Galvin
  19. The First Noel – Arr. Edward Montgomery
  20. The Christmas Song – Mel Torme & Robert Wells, Arr. Philip Sparke
  21. Hallelujah Chorus (From “Messiah”) – G.F. Handel, Arr Denis Wright
  22. Season’s Greetings – James Anderson

Americans We

  1. American Overture for Band – Joeseph Wilcox Jenkins, Arr. Tim Sarsany
  2. Americans We – Henry Fillmore
  3. Prospect – The Southern Harmony (1835) setting by Pierre La Plante, Arr. Brian Stevens
  4. Accumulations – William Dougherty
  5. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty – John Philip Sousa
  6. Swing Low – Arr. Les Susi
  7. Sinfonietta for Brass Band, I. Maestoso, Allegro Vivace – James Curnow
  8. Amazing Grace – Arr. William Himes
  9. King Cotton – John Philip Sousa
  10. Pavanne – Morton Gould, Arr. Martin Jenkins
  11. Robinsons Grand Entree March – Karl King
  12. Emancipation Blues – Arr. Susi, Soloist Les Susi, Cornet
  13. As Summer Was Just Beginning – Larry Daehn, Arr. Brian Stephens
  14. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company – John Philip Sousa
  15. Armed Forces Salute – Stephen Bulla
  16. American Civil War Fantasy – Jerry Bilik, Arr. William Himes
  17. The Star Spangled Banner – John Stafford Smith, Arr. Les Susi

The Champions

  1. Fanfare from “La Peri” – Paul Dukas
  2. The Champions – G.H. Wilcox, Arr. D. Broadbent
  3. I Saw the Light – Arr. Les Susi
  4. Prelude “49th Parallel” – Ralph Vaughn Williams, Arr. Roy Douglas
  5. The Victors Return – William Rimmer
  6. Concertpiece for Cornet – James Curnow (Soloist, Dan King)
  7. Fanfare and Allegro – Clifton Williams, Arr. Martin Jenkins
  8. Holy, Holy, Holy – J.B. Dykes, Arr. James Curnow
  9. ‘Neath the Flag – George Marshall
  10. Party Piece – Philip Sparke (Soloist, Joel Pugh)
  11. April in Paris – Vernon Duke, Arr. Les Susi
  12. Come, Sweet Death – J.S. Bach, Arr. Erik Leidzen
  13. God and Country – William Himes
  14. Pastime With Good Company – Attrib. Henry VIII, Arr. Stephen Roberts
  15. March “Grandioso” – Roland F. Seitz
  16. Russian Christmas Music – Alfred Reed, Arr. David Leppla

Lead On

  1. Joyce’s 71st N.Y. Regiment March – T.B. Boyer, Arr. Mayhew Lake
  2. Festive Setting: Lead On! – Ronald W. Holz
  3. Firestorm – Steven Bulla
  4. March of the Mitten Men (Power & Glory) – John Philip Sousa
  5. Jubilance for Cornet and Band – William Himes (Soloist, Dan King)
  6. Aurelia – Samuel Wesley, Arr. Roy Newsome
  7. Harlequin – Bruce Broughton
  8. The Washington Post March – John Phillip Sousa, Arr. Erik Leidzen
  9. Overture to “La Forza del Destino” – Giuseppe Verdi, Arr. Frank Wright
  10. Meditation – The New Covenant – James Curnow
  11. El Capitan March – John Philip Sousa
  12. God Bless America – Irving Berlin, Arr Erik Leidzen
  13. Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral – Richard Wagner, Arr. William Himes
  14. Seventy-Six Trombones – Meredith Willson, Arr. W.J. Duthoit

Brass Spectacular III

The BBC Swings

Disc 1

  1. The Star Spangled Banner – Arr. Les Susi
  2. Coming to America – Neil Diamond, Arr. Alan Fernie
  3. Breezin’ Down Broadway – Arr. Goff Richards
  4. Suite From “Porgie and Bess” – George Gershwin/ Arr. Alan Fernie
    1. It Ain’t Necessarily So
    2. I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’
    3. Bess, You Is My Woman Now
    4. I’m On My Way
  5. Send In The Clowns – Stephen Sondheim/ Arr. John Tagenhorst – soloist John Harner, Trumpet
  6. The Nutcracker “Sweet” – P.I. Tchaikovsky, Arr. Mark Freeh
  7. The Peanut Vendor – Moises Simons, Arr. Mark Freeh

Disc 2

  1. Beautiful Ohio Waltz – Mary Earl, Arr. Richard Heine
  2. I Saw the Light – Arr. Les Susi
  3. Malegueña – Ernesto Lecuona, Arr. Les Susi
  4. Two O’Clock Jump – Harry James, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Arr. Les Susi
  5. A Glenn Miller Medley -Arr. Ken McCoy
  6. Spanish Eyes – Bert Kaempfert, Arr. Ray Woodfield – soloist John Harner, Trumpet
  7. Sing, Sing, Sing – Louis Prima, Arr. Joe Colburn – soloist Dean Appleman, Drums

Brass Spectacular II

Hollywood Meets Uncle Sam


Disc 1

  1. Introduction and Dedication to Dr. Jack Evans – Dr. Droste
  2. Fanfare from “2001” – Richard Strauss, Arr. Les Susi
  3. The Star Spangled Banner – Arr. Les Susi
  4. Colonel Bogey March – Kenneth Alford
  5. The Liberty Bell March – John Philip Sousa
  6. Over the Rainbow (from “Wizard of Oz”) – Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg – soloist Lisa Galvin, Tenor Horn
  7. The Fairest of the Fair – John Philip Sousa
  8. A Disney Spectacular – Arr. Geoff Richards
  9. El Capitan March – John Philip Sousa – soloist Mark Baker vocal
  10. Parade of the Charioteers (from “Ben Hur”) – Miklos Rozsa, Arr. Martin Jenkins
  11. William Tell Overture – Finale – Gioacchino Rossini, Arr. Gregor Grant

Disc 2

  1. March from “1941” – John Williams, Arr. Michael Gallehue
  2. Prelude “49th Parallel” – Ralph Vaughn Williams, Arr. Roy Douglas
  3. Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home – Hughie Cannon, Arr. Les Susi – soloist Bill Bailey, Soprano Cornet
  4. Armed Forces Medley – Arr. Richard Heine
  5. James Bond Collection – Arr. Geoff Richards
  6. The Salvation Army March – John Philip Sousa
  7. God Bless America – Irving Berlin, Arr. Erik Leidzen – soloist Mark Baker vocal
  8. The Stars and Stripes Forever March – John Philip Sousa
  9. Battle Hymn of the Republic – Julia Ward Howe/ William Steffe Arr. Peter Wilhousky & Roy Ringwald, Tr. Les Susi


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