Azzolina, Mario Sylvester (pseud: Mark) 8.sep.1920-1.jan.1996 USA Connecticut, Meriden - Florida, Boca Raton
military bandmaster, 1939 educated at Meriden High School, studied at the University of California and at California State University, 24.feb.1941 enlisted as sergeant in the New Haven Branch Medical Department of the US Army, 1943 he moved to Palm Beach Florida, 1952-1954 as bandmaster of the US Air Force residing in Burbank California and 1957 in Colorado Springs Colorado, 1959-1964 founder/bandmaster of the North American Defence Command Cavalcade of Music Band, 1968-1970 music editor for Leblanc Publications in Kenosha Wisconsin where he edited the manuscripts of Arthur M Wiggins, Jerry Zervic, David J Wolpe and Bill Prince for the 'Adventures in sound. Award winning stage band series' and 'Stage band a go go series', conductor of the Boca Raton Pops Orchestra ; son of composer Philip J ; brother of composer Nicholas J

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[] Partners in defence. March. Military band
the official North American Air Defence Command (NORAD) march
words and music Mark Azzolina and Jack Hoffman
pub Bourne Inc., New York 20may1958

[] The A.F.A. march. Military band
dedicated to the Air Force Association
music Mark Azzolina, Philip J. Azzolina and Nicholas J. Azzolina
pub Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York 24jun1963

[] Love is where you hang your heart. Jazz ensemble
words and music Mark Azzolina
pub Mills Music Inc., 23dec1963
pub Leblanc Publications, Kenosha Wisconsin 1965

[] New York suite. Military band
music Mark Azzolina, Ken Campbell and C. T. Pomeroy
pub Leblanc Publications, Kenosha Wisconsin 1963
[] 1 - Empire state
[] 2 - Sound of Broadway
[] 3 - United Nations
[] 4 - Carnegie Hall
[] TRPT Twist (Trumpet twist)
music Arthur Wiggins and Mark Azzolina
copyright Mark Azzolina and Arthur Wiggins 8jun1964

[] Simpatico
english words and music Mark Azzolina, copyright M. S. Azzolina 8jun1964

[] Colonel Barney Oldfield march. Concert band
pub Edward B. Marks Corp., New York 10nov1964

[] Shield of freedom. March. Military band
pub Leeds Music Corp., New York 17dec1964

[] Show Biz. Military band
music Azzolina and Campbell
published as "A Mark Azzolina-Ken Campbell original", Leblanc Publications, Kenosha Wisconsin 13jun1966

[] Stage band fanfares. 2 Alto saxophones, 2 tenor saxophones, 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, string bass and piano
pub Leblanc Publications, Kenosha Wisconsin 1966

[] We're the kids from Wisconsin. 1969
words and music Mark Azzolina
copyright Mark S. Azzolina 17sep1970

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