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Customer Reviews

Frederick Fennell Rocks!

I discovered FF while in high school in the mid 60s. I bought everything (vinyl) I could get my hands on. The Estman Wind Ensemble quickly became the pinnacle of all things marching band and wind ensemble for me and my close musician friends. I wore out several copies of vinyl and was encouraged to work on higher quality stereo reproduction (amps, pre-amps, turntables, speaker systems, headphones... ) just so I could catch every nuance of this ensemble's quality and Fennell's direction. I'm so glad to find this reverie, with the added plus of additional recording after he left Easman School Of Music. Clearly, wherever he went, he had an ear for perfection in balance between sections and recording quality. To me, these Souza recordings are as good as they cay get! And don't get me started on the Crown Imperial march! Thank you Mercury for not losing these recordings!!!

Great

The second set of songs isn't so good. Everything else is great though esp the first . If you don't want to spend that much my favorites are Valdres March (I play trumpet), Sheperd's Hey, Stars and Stripes Forever, and March in Bb.

Biography

Formed: 1951 in Rochester, NY

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In 1951, under the direction of Frederick Fennell, a group of wind, brass, and percussion students at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, performed a groundbreaking concert. On the program were several names quite familiar to the Western musical canon, including Willaert, Lasso, Mozart, Beethoven, Stravinsky, as well as a few less-familiar faces, such as 17th century composers Samuel Scheidt and Johann Pezel, and 20th century American Carl Ruggles. The pieces themselves, however,...
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