Revelli, William D.
William D. Revelli (February 12, 1902 – July 16, 1994) was an American music educator and conductor best known for his association with the University of Michigan, where he directed the university's bands including the Michigan Marching Band 1935 to 1971. During his 36 years as director, the Michigan Marching Band won international acclaim for its musical precision. Revelli is also credited with innovations that moved college marching bands across the country away from rigid military formations. Among other things, Revelli’s Michigan Marching Band was the first to synchronize music and movement and the first to use an announcer.
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
National Music Camp, University of Michigan All-State High School Band, 1954, Don Gillis, Glenn Osser, Ottorino Respighi, Morton Gould, Maurice C. Whitney, LeRoy Anderson, Edwin Franco Goldman
National Music Camp, High School Symphonic Band, 1963, Mendelssohn, Turina, Krance, Elgar, Slocum, Mozart, Holst, King, Yoder, Friedemann, Lake, Goldman, Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation
Presentation of the Edwin Franko Goldman Memorial Citation by the American Bandmasters Association to Clifford V. Buttleman
National Music Camp, High School Symphonic Band, Hill Auditorium, 1967, Ansell, Nelyhbel, Berlioz, Henning, Rene-Werle, Jager, Sousa
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
National Music Camp, High School Symphonic Band, Hill Auditorium, 1967, Menotti, Berlioz, Smith, Grainger, Holst, Harpham
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI