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Record Cylinders - 1893-1925 - Extreme Oldies
Record Cylinders - 1893-1925 - United States Marine Band



John Phillip Sousa and the United States Marine Band (1893)

The United States Marine Band is the premier band of the United States Marine Corps. Established by act of Congress on July 11, 1798, it is the oldest of the United States military bands and the oldest professional musical organization in the United States. The Marine Band is uniquely known as "The President's Own" because of its historic connection to the President of the United States. The relationship between the Marine Band and the White House began on New Year's Day 1801, when President John Adams invited the band to perform at the Executive Mansion. Later that year, Thomas Jefferson initiated the tradition of Marine Band performances by requesting that it perform at his inauguration. The Marine Band has played at every United States presidential inauguration since. Today, the Marine Band performs in approximately 500 events every year including state funerals, State Arrival Ceremonies, state dinners, parades, concerts, and other social events. The Marine Band also travels across the country each October and November during its fall concert tour, a tradition that began in 1891 under its most famous director, composer John Philip Sousa.

01 - The Enthusiast Polka - 1893
02 - La Manana - 1896
03 - Brooke's Triumphal March - 1909
04 - Eglantine Caprice - 1909
05 - In God We Trust - 1909
06 - Kaiser Friedrich - 1909
07 - Lola - 1909
08 - Maria Theresia - 1909
09 - Marsovia Waltz - 1909
10 - Salute To Mexico - 1909
11 - Semper Fidelis - 1909
12 - Staunch And True March - 1909
13 - The Bachelors - 1911
14 - The Coquette - 1909
15 - Thomas Jefferson March - 1909
16 - Austrian Army - 1910
17 - Emperor's Manoeuvre Emperor's Maneuver - 1910
18 - Manila - 1910
19 - Salute To Washington - 1910
20 - Southern Ideal - 1910
21 - Strenuous Life - 1910
22 - Star-Spangled Banner (Song) - 1910
23 - The Voice Of Our Nation Medley Part 1 - 1910
24 - True To The Flag [Treu Zur Fahne Marsch] - 1910
25 - General Heywood;our Glorious Banner - 1911
26 - Myositis - 1911
27 - Old Berlin - 1911
28 - Unser Kaiserhaus - 1911
29 - With Shot And Shell - 1911
30 - Spanish Dance (Suite Bal Costume) - 1912
31 - Girimeo Polka - 1913
32 - Old Comrades March - 1913
33 - Our Volunteers Waltz - 1913
34 - Ride Of The Thuringia Hussars - 1913
35 - The Premier - 1913
36 - My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice [Samson Et Dalila] - 1915
37 - Regimental Pride March - 1925

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Record Cylinders - 1890-1920 - Marches



Phonograph cylinders were the earliest commercial medium for recording and reproducing sound. Commonly known simply as "records" in their era of greatest popularity (c. 1888–1915), these cylinder  shaped objects had an audio recording engraved on the outside surface which could be reproduced when the cylinder was played on a mechanical phonograph. The competing disc-shaped gramophone record  system triumphed in the market place to become the dominant commercial audio medium in the 1910s, and commercial mass production of phonograph cylinders ended in 1929.

01 - Baldwin's Cadet Band Of Boston - 1893 - Beau Ideal March
02 - C.P.Lowe Band - 1905 - Diplomat March
03 - Columbia Band - 1905 - Directorate March
04 - Columbia Orchestra - 1904 - El Capitan March
05 - Edison Concert Band - 1913 - Aida March
06 - Edison Grand Concert Band - 1901 - Adventurer's March
07 - Edison Grand Concert Band - 1902 - Imperial Edward March
08 - Edison Military Band - 1904 - Washington Post March
09 - Edison Military Band - 1906 - 10Th Regiment March
10 - Edison Military Band - 1907 - High School Cadets March
11 - Edison Military Band - 1907 - National Fencibles March
12 - Edison Military Band - 1907 - The 74Th Regiment March
13 - Gilmore's Band - 1904 - Admiral's Favorite March
14 - Indestructible Band - 1911 - Jack Tar March
15 - Indestructible Band - 1911 - The Free Lance March
16 - Indestructible Military Band - 1908 - 2Nd Regiment Connecticut National Guard March
17 - Indestructible Military Band - 1908 - 23Rd Regiment March
18 - Indestructible Military Band - 1910 - Liberty Bell March
19 - New York Military Band - 1911 - The Boy Scouts Of America March
20 - New York Military Band - 1913 - From Maine To Oregon March
21 - New York Military Band - 1915 - The Gladiator March
22 - New York Military Band - 1917 - King Cotton March
23 - New York Military Band - 1917 - The Invincible Eagle March
24 - New York Military Band - 1918 - Hands Across The Sea March
25 - New York Military Band - 1918 - Naval Reserve March
26 - New York Military Band - 1918 - Sabre And Spurs March
27 - New York Military Band - 1918 - The Volunteers March
28 - New York Military Band - 1918 - Wisconsin Forward Forever March
29 - New York Military Band - 1919 - Wedding March
30 - Prince's Military Band - 1906 - On To Victory March
31 - Sousa's Band - 1901 - Hail To The Spirit Of Liberty March
32 - Sousa's Band - 1909 - Powhatan's Daughter March
33 - Sousa's Band - 1911 - Florentiner March
34 - Sousa's Band - 1913 - Stars And Stripes Forever March
35 - Sousa's Band - 1926 - Glory Of The Yankee Navy March
36 - United States Marine Band - 1910 - The Rifle Regiment
37 - United States Marine Band - 1920 - Semper Fidelis March
38 - United States Military Band - 1909 - Manhattan Beach And Gladiator March

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