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QUESTION: FROM A Pride Alumn....

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Feb. 25th, 2006 | 01:06 am
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posted by: rateesa1 in the_pride_usm

ANYBODY HERE know where I can find an .mp3 of the "Pride" playing John Williams' "Liberty Fanfare"????

I'm on a SERIOUS John Williams kick since the Olympic Theme & Fanfare has been all over the TV....and I think
I gave away the one CD I own(ed) that has "Liberty Fanfare" on it, and it's one of my fave things we ever
play(ed).

HELP!? (Anybody??)


Thanks!
Theresa
(Pride Picc line '91-'93)

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rateesa1

"LIberty Fanfare"

from: rateesa1
date: Feb. 25th, 2006 11:47 am (UTC)
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Christian,
A few years ago (2000, even), there was an "Anniversary" CD of the Pride's tunes sold at the Hub bookstore. I got my copy
the day of Homecoming that Fall, and "Liberty Fanfare" I believe, was on the setlist for that one. I THINK....(this is the CD I gave my brother in law...so I would need it back to verify; but I'm almost positive it's there...somewhere between "Purlie" and "It is Well". "Toccata" was on the same record. (I remember MARCHING the Toccata...Gawd; what a bear
of a show THAT WAS!)

I found an .mp3 online; but it isn't the "Pride" doing it; it's a band from Kansas....or something.

Nothing like having a tune stuck in your head and not being able to get rid of it! (Ha ha ha).

Theresa

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