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With the birth of the United States Air Force in 1947, the band moved to what eventually became Lackland Air Force Base. The band was inactivated in 1955 but reactivated in 1959. The title "Band of the West" was used for years until May 1st, 1997 when it was granted official status. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto The United States Air Force Band Of The West. Air Education & Training Command Band Of The West, Blue Thunder, Octette, The United States Army Air Forces Band.
Air Force" is the official song of the United States Air Force, adopted in the late 1940s. Originally, the song was titled "Army Air Corps". Robert MacArthur Crawford wrote the initial first verse and the basic melody line in May of 1939. During World War II, the service was renamed "Army Air Forces" due to the change of the main American army's air arm naming in mid-1941, and the song title changed to agree.
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|A1||Slavai - A Concert Overture
Composed By – Leonard Bernstein
|A2||Santa Fe Saga
Composed By – Morton Gould
|A3||Armenian Dances (Part 1)
Composed By – Alfred Reed
|B1||March Opus 99
Arranged By – Paul YoderComposed By – Sergei Prokofiev
Arranged By – DutholtComposed By – Sir William Walton
|B3||Lackland Air Force Base March
Arranged By – Larry G. LewisComposed By – Walter Swyers
|B4||The Stars And Stripes Forever
Composed By – John Philip Sousa
|B5||America, The Beautiful
Arranged By – Carmen DragonComposed By – Samuel Augustus Ward
|B6||A Salute To The Armed Services
Arranged By – Robert Cray
- Edited At – Sound Stream Inc.
- Mastered At – International Automated Media
- Pressed By – International Automated Media
- Alto Saxophone – Dan Ramos, Sam Johnson
- Baritone Saxophone – John Busch
- Bass – Collis Cobb, Jose Gonzalez
- Bass Clarinet – Dan Schembre
- Bass Trombone – Steve Rosemergy
- Bassoon – Lance Cameron
- Clarinet – Kay Cobb, Laura Still, Peter Weyde, Ricky Miller , Susan McDermott
- Clarinet, Directed By – Antulio Garza
- Conductor – Melinda R. Wonder
- Conductor, Producer – Alan L. Bonner
- Cornet – Chuck Sanford, Jeff Edwards , Mike Aldridge, Peter Sandberg , Steve Larsen, Tony Young
- Cover – Jack Lewis
- Engineer, Mastered By – Bruce Leek
- Euphonium – Dale Long, Judy Marcial
- Flute, Piccolo Flute – Alyn Wolf, Diana Edwards
- French Horn – Bruce Still, Don Quimby, Nathan Sielbeck, Tom Milner
- Illustration – Armando M. Montoya
- Oboe – James Poteat
- Soprano Clarinet – Larry Ence
- Tenor Saxophone – Al Diaz
- Trombone – Fred McDermott, Jesse Nolen, John Alexander , Stan Bock
- Trumpet – John Irish , Susan Arnold
- Tuba – Juan Villarreal , Paul Hammaker
NotesMaster tapes for this album were accomplished at the University of Texas San Antonio Recital Hall, San Antonio, Texas, in May 1983. Equipment used for recording included a pre-production dBX Model 700 Digital Audio Processor and an Olympic Model VC-101U Video Cassette Recorder. Minimal miking techniques were followed. Three AKG Model 414 EB microphones and a pair of KM-86 Neumann microphones were mixed through a Ramsa WR-8112 console. Digital tape editing was accomplished with Sound Stream Digital Recording System.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): #1076-A B Good luck in D.C. Al, and thanks for an A+ job in San Antonio!!! ☺B Au♂
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): #1076-B1 B Au♂