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Tracklist

1Reflections
Composed By – Henk Badings
2Interplay4:50
3Evolutions5:39
4Impressions4:45
5Festival Variations
Composed By – Claude T. Smith
9:57
6Sinfonia Resurrections
Composed By – Vaclav Nelhybel
21:45

Credits

  • Bass [String]CMSgt Fritz Wyss
  • Bass ClarinetSMSgt Leigh Steiger
  • Bass TromboneSMSgt Michael Wheeler
  • BassoonSMSgt Larold Ragland, MSgt Theresa Turley
  • CelloSMSgt Jan Kobialka, TSgt Marilyn Schimpf, MSgt Steven Siples
  • Clarinet [B-Flat]MSgt Carol McAnulty, TSgt Charles Angelo, MSgt Christopher Hite, TSgt Elizabeth Siler, CMSgt James Murphy, TSgt Jerome De Bello, MSgt John Snell, MSgt Karen Riale, SSgt Kathy Young, MSgt Raymond Kasparek, TSgt Richard Posey, MSgt Robert Little, TSgt Steve Hartman, MSgt Steve Lawson, SMSgt Vincent Arquillo, SMSgt Wayne Titerence
  • Clarinet [E-Flat]MSgt Charles Walthall
  • ConductorColonel Arnald D. Gabriel
  • Contra-Alto ClarinetMSgt John Shepela
  • Coordinator, Liner NotesMajor James M. Bankhead
  • CornetMSgt David Boltz, MSgt David Golden, TSgt James Bittner, TSgt Jeffery Novak, MSgt Ron Blais, MSgt Victor Bowman
  • DesignWilliam S. Brownlee
  • Engineer [Recording]Master Sergeant Dan Colburn, Master Sergeant Jack Poore, Senior Master Sergeant James Sleeman
  • English HornTSgt David James
  • EuphoniumSMSgt Brian Bowman, SMSgt James Way
  • FluteMSgt Billy Watt, TSgt Larry Ink, TSgt Lucille Johnston
  • French HornTSgt Chris Tillotson, TSgt Daniel Culpepper, CMSgt Johnny Woody, MSgt Paul Fisher, MSgt Winston DeShields
  • HarpMSgt Rhonda Smith
  • Mastered By [Runout Etch]TPH
  • OboeMSgt James Moseley, TSgt Ron Erler
  • OrganCMSgt Floyd E. Werle
  • PercussionTSgt Aubrey Adams, CMSgt James Nolan, MSgt Randall Eyles
  • Photography By [Cover]Staff Sergeant Marv Lynchard
  • PianoTSgt Keith Young
  • Piccolo FluteTSgt Judy Lapple
  • Public RelationsCaptain John K. Harris
  • SaxophoneCMSgt James Scott, MSgt Jeanne Gartner, TSgt Keith Young, MSgt Robert Michalski
  • TimpaniTSgt Andrew Power
  • TromboneTSgt Elliot Chasanov, MSgt Peter Sanborn, TSgt Raymond Cutler, TSgt Thomas O'Connor
  • TrumpetMSgt Ted Lewis, TSgt William Adcock
  • TubaTSgt Edward McKee, MSgt Gale Dillehay, CMSgt Robert Chab, MSgt Robert Daniel

Notes

Master Tapes for this album were accomplished at Lisner Auditorium, Washington, D.C., on June 1 & 2, 1982.

This Record Is Not For Sale (on liner)

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch exc WM stamp): 40640 A1 #3 WM
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch exc WM stamp): 40640 B TPH WM

Companies

  • Recorded At – Lisner Auditorium
  • Mastered At – Wakefield Manufacturing – 40640
  • Pressed By – Wakefield Manufacturing

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Download The United States Air Force Band, Colonel Arnald D. Gabriel - Premiere FLAC

Performer: The United States Air Force Band, Colonel Arnald D. Gabriel

Title: Premiere

Country: US

Release date: 1982

Label: Not On Label (United States Air Force Self-Released)

Style: Contemporary, Classical, Modern, Romantic

Genre: Classical / Brass

Size MP3: 1970 mb

Size FLAC: 1423 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 416

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo

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