L. P. Laurendeau
Louis-Philippe Laurendeau (1861 in St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada – 13 February 1916 in Montreal) was a Canadian composer and bandmaster. He also held an editorial position with Carl Fischer, the New York music publishers.
Most of Laurendeau's compositions and arrangements were for concert or military band and were published primarily by Fischer and Cundy-Bettoney. He also composed works of specific Canadian interest, such as Shores of the St Lawrence, a medley for band, and Land of the Maple, Opus 235, a march. He wrote, as well, on music pedagogy, including volumes on band instruction and arranging for band. He occasionally wrote under the pseudonym, Paul Laurent.
He is most familiar to audiences throughout the world through his band arrangement of Julius Fučík’s 1897 march, Entrance of the Gladiators (originally entitled Grande Marche Chromatique). Laurendeau arranged the march for American Wind bands, and Carl Fischer published this in 1901 under the title Thunder and Blazes." The work is the best-known circus march in the world and has become a musical icon for that form of entertainment.
Birth and Death Data: Born 1861
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1901 - 1930
Roles Represented in DAHR: arranger, composer
Recordings (Results 1-25 of 65 records)
|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Victor||B-355||10-in.||8/27/1903||Under the Double Eagle (march)||Sousa's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||A-1262||7-in.||4/25/1904||Russian war march||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||composer|
|Victor||B-1262||10-in.||4/25/1904||Russian march||Victor Band [i.e., Pryor's Band]||Band||composer|
|Victor||B-2060||10-in.||12/19/1904||Favorite songs of Canada||Sousa's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-2663||10-in.||6/22/1905||Before the mast||Victor Dance Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|Victor||B-3483||10-in.||6/19/1906||Bewitching beauty||Chris Chapman||Bells solo, with orchestra||composer|
|Victor||E-4229||8-in.||1/30/1907||Flag of truce march||Victor Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|Victor||B-4825||10-in.||9/20/1907||Pilgrims' chorus||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-6436||10-in.||9/21/1908||French National Defile march||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||composer|
|Victor||B-6437||10-in.||9/21/1908||The peacock||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||composer|
|Victor||C-7053||12-in.||5/7/1909||Norma overture||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-8094||10-in.||7/6/1909||Laurentian echoes||Victor Orchestra||Orchestra||composer|
|Victor||C-8880||12-in.||4/22/1910||Rocked in the cradle of the deep||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-9116||10-in.||6/16/1910||The land of the maple||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||composer|
|Victor||B-10318||10-in.||5/11/1911||Dead march||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11240||10-in.||11/15/1911||That flying rag||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11264||10-in.||11/16/1911||Swing song||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11369||10-in.||12/14/1911||The dollar princess waltz||Sousa's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||C-11695||12-in.||3/12/1912||Wedding march||Victor Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11846||10-in.||4/10/1912||Arion carnival march||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11851||10-in.||4/10/1912||Extase d'amour||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-11853||10-in.||4/11/1912||The grizzly turkey trot||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-12213||10-in.||7/22/1912||Minuetto e gavotta||Conway's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||C-12347||12-in.||9/9/1912||Ekko fra norden||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
|Victor||B-12348||10-in.||9/9/1912||Sanctus||Arthur Pryor's Band||Band||arranger|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Laurendeau, L. P.," accessed October 31, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/111904.
Laurendeau, L. P.. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 31, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/111904.
"Laurendeau, L. P.." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 31 October 2020.
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