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Author LinkPalmyra-Eagle Community Band. prf .
Title LinkThe 40’s [sound recording] : a sentimental journey / Palmyra-Eagle Community Band ; Ed Pierce, director.
Variant Title Sentimental journey
Imprint Palmyra, Wis. : Palmyra-Eagle Community Band, p2012.
Description 1 sound disc :  digital ;  4 3/4 in.
Type of Material Music recording Sound recording Book
Gen. Note Contains instrumental, vocal and spoken word selections.
Band personnel inserted. CD performers, technicians, artists on additional insert.
Contents Contents: Storm clouds gather: God bless America / Irving Berlin ; arr. Paul Jennings. On the day of infamy: "President Franklin D. Roosevelt", December 8th, 1941 address to the nation -- Remember Pearl Harbor / Don Kaye ; Sammy Reid ; arr. Paul Yoder -- This is the army, Mr. Jones / Irving Berlin / arr. George F. Briegel -- Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition! / Frank Loesser ; arr. George F. Briegel. Back the attack: Any bonds today? / Irving Berlin ; arr. Paul Yoder -- Vict’ry polka / Samuel Cahn ; Jule Styne ; arr. George F. Briegel -- Der Fuehrer’s face / Oliver Wallace ; arr. George F. Briegel. At the movies: Boogie woogie bugle boy / Don Raye ; Hughie Prince ; arr. Michael Story -- As time goes by / Herman Hupfield ; arr. William Teague -- Over the rainbow / E. Y. Harburg ; Harold Arlen ; arr. Paul Yoder. Lonely depots empty docks: It’s been a long, long time / Jule Styne ; arr. Jim Neist -- I’ll be seeing you / Irving Kahal ; Sammy Fain ; arr. Paul Yoder -- 
Contents: Lilli Marlene / Norbert Schultze ; Hans Leip ; arr. Ed Pierce -- Till we meet again / Richard A. Whiting ; arr. William Teague. Stationed overseas: Comin’ in on a wing and a prayer / Harold Adamson ; Jimmy McHugh ; arr. Paul Yoder -- Hawaiian war chant / Johnny Freed ; Noble Leleiohaku ; arr. Jim Neist -- The white cliffs of Dover / Nat Burton ; Walter Kent ; arr. George F. Briegel. At the USO: Don’t sit under the apple tree / Lew Brown ; Charlie Tobias ; Sam H. Stept ; arr. Jim Neist -- Basin Street blues / Spencer Williams ; arr. Bill Howard -- Chattanooga choo choo / Harry Warren ; Mack Gordon ; arr. Michael Story. Armed Forces Radio: Sing, sing, sing / Louis Prima ; arr. Michael Story -- 
Contents: It don’t mean a thing is it ain’t got that swing / Irving Mills ; Duke Ellington ; arr. John Wassoon. In the home town paper: Going home, from Symphony no. 9 in e minor / Antonin Dvorak ; arr. Ed Pierce. These proceedings are closed: "General Douglas MacArthur at the Japanese surrender proceedings", September 2, 1945, aboard the battleship Missouri in Tokyo Bay -- When the lights go on again / Eddie Seller ; Sol Marcus ; Bennie Benjemen [i.e., Benjamin] ; arr. Paul Yoder -- Sentimental journey / Les Brown ; arr. Jim Neist.
Performer Note Kimberly Fadner, vocal (tracks 1, 11, 13, 15, 19) ; Ed Pierce, vocal (tracks 3, 6, 8) ; Jim Neist, trumpet (track 9) ; Jim Neist & The Kettle Morain Blues (tracks 12, 17, 20) ; Bob Miller, vocal (track 19) ; Margo Kurth, drums (track 22) ; Ed Pierce, narrator, Mike Jones, reader, Deb Gilbert, alto flute and Gina Neist, bass clarinet (track 24) ; Palmyra-Eagle Community Band, Ed Pierce, director.
Date/Time Note Recorded at the United Methodist Church in Palmyra, Wisconsin.
Per.Sub. LinkRoosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945. Speeches.
Subject LinkBand music, Arranged.
LinkPatriotic music.
LinkPearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941 -- Songs and music.
LinkWorld War, 1939-1945 -- Songs and music.
LinkMotion picture music, Arranged.
LinkSwing (Music)
Add.Author LinkFadner, Kimberly.
LinkPierce, Ed.
LinkNeist, Jim.
LinkMiller, Bob.
LinkKurth, Margo.
LinkJones, Mike.
LinkGilbert, Deb.
LinkNeist, Gina.
LinkPatterson, Cynthia, donor.
LinkBerlin, Irving, 1888-1989. God bless America; arranged.
LinkBerlin, Irving, 1888-1989. This is the Army. This is the Army, Mr. Jones; arranged.
LinkLoesser, Frank, 1910-1969. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition; arranged.
LinkBerlin, Irving, 1888-1989. Any bonds today?; arranged.
LinkStyne, Jule, 1905-1994. Vict’ry polka; arranged.
LinkWallace, Oliver, 1887-1963. Führer’s face; arranged.
LinkRaye, Don. Boogie woogie bugle boy; arranged.
LinkHupfeld, Herman, 1894-1951. As time goes by; arranged.
LinkArlen, Harold, 1905-1986. Wizard of Oz. Over the rainbow; arranged.
LinkStyne, Jule, 1905-1994. It’s been a long, long time; arranged.
LinkFain, Sammy, 1902-1989. Right this way. I’ll be seeing you; arranged.
LinkSchultze, Norbert, 1911-2002. Lili Marleen; arranged.
LinkWhiting, Richard A., 1891-1938. Till we meet again; arranged.
LinkMcHugh, Jimmy, 1894-1969. Comin’ in on a wing and a prayer; arranged.
LinkLeleiōhoku, William Pitt, 1854-1877. Hawaiian war chant; arranged.
LinkBurton, Nat, 1901-1945. There’ll be blue birds over the white cliffs of Dover; arranged.
LinkTobias, Charles, 1898-1970. Don’t sit under the apple tree; arranged.
LinkWilliams, Spencer, 1889-1965. Basin Street blues; arranged.
LinkWarren, Harry, 1893-1981. Sun Valley serenade. Chattanooga choo choo; arranged.
LinkPrima, Louis, 1910-1978. Sing, sing, sing; arranged.
LinkEllington, Duke, 1899-1974. It don’t mean a thing; arranged.
LinkDvořák, Antonín, 1841-1904. Symphonies, no. 9, op. 95, E minor. Largo. Selections; arranged.
LinkBenjamin, Bennie, 1907-1989. When the lights go on again; arranged.
LinkBrown, Les, 1912-2001. Sentimental journey; arranged.
Add.Author LinkKettle Moraine Blues (Musical Group)
Add.Title LinkRemember Pearl Harbor.

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