The Australian Army Band Of The Third Military District - Great Marches Of Alford & Sousa download mp3 album
After an Army reorganisation in 1972 all bands were either disbanded or renamed after the military district in which they were located and it became The Band Of The Third Military District. As a result of organisational changes in 1991, the titles of all bands were changed to unique names which would provide a clear Army and geographical identity and it was renamed Australian Army Band Melbourne. Members: Alan Davey (4). Variations
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Frederick Joseph Ricketts (21 February 1881 – 15 May 1945) was an English composer of marches for band. Under the pen name Kenneth J. Alford, he composed marches which are considered to be great examples of the art. He was a Bandmaster in the British Army, and Royal Marines Director of Music. Conductor Sir Vivian Dunn called Ricketts "The British March King".
The Australian Army Band of the Third Military District March of the Anzacs. The Australian Army Band of the Third Military District Chimes of Victory.
Grand Entry 02. Colonel Bogey 03. Invercargill 04. The Billboard Match 05. March Salutation 06. The Thunderer 07.
|A1||The Standard Of St. George||2:10|
|A2||Army Of The Nile||3:07|
|A3||On The Quarter Deck||2:50|
|A4||The Mad Major||2:25|
|A5||The Great Little Army||2:58|
|A6||The Vanished Army||2:59|
|B5||The Washington Post||2:25|
- Recorded At – Robert Blackwood Hall
- Recorded By – AAV Mobile Recording Unit
- Mixed At – AAV
- Conductor – Captain Barry H. Bignell*
- Photography By – David Parker
- Producer – Capt. B. H. Bignell*
- Producer, Engineer – Roger Savage
- Sleeve [Design] – Geoff Hocking