The International Staff Band - Air Varie - Sound Out The Proclamation album
The International Staff Band (SA), Col. Bernard Adams, Bandmaster.
The International Staff Band, London, United Kingdom.
Hanging Out. In Love.
Band name Music genre Lyrical themes Album title Song title Label Artist User profile Google. Country of origin: Spain.
Air Varie - Sound Out The Proclamation. A7. In The Secret Of Thy Presence. Band – Lt. Col. Norman Bearcroft. Choir – The International Staff Songsters. Conductor – Lt. Ray Bowes.
Air was an American jazz rock band. The band's self-titled debut album was released in 1971 on Embryo Records. The four core band members were Tom Coppola (Hammond organ), John Siegler (bass), Mark Rosengarden (drums), and Googie Coppola (piano, vocals).
Sound out the Proclamation. Many of the recordings by the International Staff Band of The Salvation Army focus largely on new music, reflecting the band’s role in promoting innovation and showcasing recent and forthcoming publications. However, this latest release is the first in a series bringing together some of the classics for band, and includes a fascinating conversation between Lt. Colonel (Dr) Ray Steadman OF and Dr Stephen Cobb who offer many insights into the music heard on this download
The International Staff Band (or ISB) is the premier brass band of The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army history generally acknowledges 7 October 1891, the date on which Commissioner Bramwell Booth brought the 'International Headquarters Staff Band' into being, as the official starting point for the ISB's existence.
The International Staff Band is a brass band based at The Salvation Army’s UK Headquarters in London and it exists to promote the highest standards of Salvation Army banding and to spread the message of the Christian gospel through its musical ministry. The Band All bandsmen and women are actively involved in their local Salvation Army Corps, many holding leadership positions. They give their time freely to this additional ministry. The members of the band are drawn from Salvation Army centres as far afield Manchester, Bristol, Norwich and Maidstone.
Lincoln needed a decisive Union victory to lend credence to the proclamation and got one at the Battle of Antietam on September 17, which had ended Confederate general Robert E. Lee’s first Northern invasion.
|A||Air Varie - Sound Out The Proclamation - Part One|
|B||Air Varie - Sound Out The Proclamation - Conclusion|
- Band – The International Staff Band*
- Band [Master] – Senior Major Bernard Adams*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): CAR.6877
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): CAR.6878
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): CAR 6877-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): CAR 6878-2A