Salvation Army Music - Marches No. 2 International Staff Band
|Lt. Col. Bernard Adams||1961||ERZ8252|
International Staff Band
The International Staff Band, (ISB) is known as the premier band of The Salvation Army and founded in October 1891. The ISB participates in most of the UK’s major Salvation Army events and in recent years has shared the concert stage with bands such as Black Dyke Band, Cory Band, London Symphonic Brass and the Don Lusher Big Band. On such occasions the band has been privileged to play in some of the countries finest concert venues including; The Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, The Sage, Birmingham Symphony Hall and The Barbican. Other notable venues have included Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral and Buckingham Palace. The ISB has toured overseas from Austrlaia and New Zealand to North America and Canada and many places in between.
Regal Zonophone was a British record label formed in 1932, following the merger of the Regal and Zonophone labels.
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