Contains MCV concert favorites previously unavailable on disc. Recorded in London, UK during MCV’s summer 1999 performance tour of England, Wales and Ireland for Bandleader Recordings (BNA 5158)
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Please note – this album is available in CD format only.
Guilderoy, Trip to Ranelagh, The Honey Moon, A Quickstep
|German No. 69 – MP3 (440 KB)NightPiece No. 18
Tattoo No. 21
March No. 30The improvement in all things military advanced by King Frederick of Prussia informed every department of European Armies, but Prussian military music remains a wonder unto itself. Rarely heard in North America, here is a set from a book of Tattoos, Nightpieces and Marches as performed in the Hessian and Prussian Armies, published by Oswald in 1758.Fife Arrangement: S. MacConduibh
Drums Score: James Martin Clark
Fairy Queen – MP3 (416 KB)A trio of fifers plays one of the best loved melodies of Irish Harpist T. O’Carolan (1770 – 1838)
Fife Arrangement: J. CiagliaVive
Le Regiment Saintonge! – MP3 (412 KB)
March du Regiment Saintonge
La Pousette Cotillion
Les Vignobles a Martin Cotillion
‘March du Regiment Saintonge’ and ‘Les Vignobles a Martin Cotillion’ are both traditional melodies and ‘La Pousette Cotillion’ is drawn from Country Dances of Colonial America by John Fitzhugh Millar, original source Trois Riveres Manuscript, ca. 1765, Quebec
Fife Arrangement: S. MacConduibh/L. Urbancic
Drum Score: James Martin Clark
Fair Sally Retreat – MP3 (370 KB)Fair Sally
Bonnie Kate of Windsor
‘Fair Sally’ and ‘Bonnie Kate of Windsor’ both come from Whittier Perkins Book, 1790, and ‘Lovely Nancy’ from a variety of sources including Gibbs, Nixon and Greenwood.
Fife Arrangement: S. MacConduibh
Drum Score: J. MacConduibh