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Brass, Reeds, and Percussion: May 30, 2020

In 1993, a comedy horror film premiered with the character Ash Williams as a time traveler transported from the modern day to the Middle Ages armed with a chainsaw. As might be expected, the main character has a quest: to find the Necronomicon, which can be used to return to the present. But he has to fight the undead to succeed in his quest. Born in 1958, Joseph LoDuca wrote the music for the Army of Darkness and won awards for his efforts. He has composed music for numerous television shows, including Spartacus and Xena: Warrior Princess. Today’s edition of Brass, Reeds, and Percussion features music from Army of Darkness.

  1. Fanfare from "La Peri" (1912)
    Composer:  Paul Dukas (1865-1935)
    Performer:  10forBrass
    Album:  Portrait
     
  2. Joyeuse Marche
    Composer:  Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894)
    Performer:  Paris Police Band
    Album:  Grand Concert Marches
     
  3. Revelation
    Composer:  W. Paris Chambers (1854-1913)
    Performer:  U.S. Marine Band
    Album:  Sound Off
     
  4. Music from "Army of Darknes"
    Composer:  Joseph LoDuca (1958- )
    Performer:  Marc Reift Orchestra
    Album:  Cinemagic 25
     
  5. New London Pictures: Millennium Bridge
    Composer:  Nigel Hess (1953- )
    Performer:  Central Band of Royal Air Force
    Album:  Works for Symphonic Wind Orchestra
     
  6. New London Pictures: London Eye
    Composer:  Nigel Hess (1953- )
    Performer:  Central Band of Royal Air Force
    Album:  Works for Symphonic Wind Orchestra
     
  7. New London Pictures: Congestion Charge
    Composer:  Nigel Hess (1953- )
    Performer:  Central Band of Royal Air Force
    Album:  Works for Symphonic Wind Orchestra
     
  8. March of the Belgian Paratroopers
    Composer:  Peter Leemans (1897-1980)
    Performer:  U.S. Marine Band
    Album:  Sound Off
     
  9. Boogaboo
    Composer:  Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941)
    Performer:  West End Jazz Band
    Album:  We're in the 20s
     
  10. Trombone King (1945)
    Composer:  Karl L. King (1891-1971)
    Performer:  Texas A&M University Band
    Album:  Marches of Karl L. King
     
  11. New Corn Palace (1923)
    Composer:  Karl L. King
    Performer:  Texas A&M University Band
    Album:  Marches of Karl L. King
     

Air Date: 

Saturday, May 30, 2020

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