Since you are interested in Prussian and Austrian Marches, here is a list of other items that you may find interesting.
BEETHOVEN / FUCIK / SUPPE / JOHANN STRAUSS / SCHRAMMEL / etc
20 Favourite Marches
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra / Herbert von Karajan.
[ Deutsche Grammophon Australian Eloquence / CD - released 13/Apr/1993 ]
Herbert von Karajan turns his attention to the swaggering pomp of favourite marches by the 'other' Strauss family and many others in this good natured and emblazoned romp.
JOHANN STRAUSS II
100 Most Famous Waltzes Overtures Polkas And Marches Volume 2
Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Polish State Philharmonic Orchestra, Katowice / Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra,
[ NAXOS / CD - released 14/Sep/2007 ]
The very best of Johann Strauss II taken from the complete Strauss edition.
Sousa - The Stars and Stripes Forever and other marches and polkas
Cincinnati Pops Orchestra. Erich Kunzel
[ Alto / CD - released 1/Nov/2010 ]
Top recordings at a special price
Cleveland Winds / Fredrick Fennell
Stars & Stripes: Fanfares, Marches & more
[ Telarc Classics / CD - released 14/Jul/2005 ]
"One of the best records of its kind ever made. Played with great sophistication and panache. Fennell and his splendid players are simply unsurpassable in this repertoire and so are the Telarc engineers." -Gramophone
Symphony No. 1 / Pomp and Circumstance Marches No.1 and No. 2
David Zinman / Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
[ Telarc Classics / CD - released 28/May/2002 ]
"Zinman's can stand up to them all." - Stereo Review
Brass Favourites (Incls 'William Tell Overture' & 'Entry of the Gladiators')
The Fairey Band / Kenneth Dennison
[ Chandos / CD - released 1/Feb/1991 ]
This collection of 'Brass Favourites' comprises a varied selection of marches, transcriptions and solos. It features the Fairey Band of twenty years ago, under the direction of its then Musical Director, Kenneth Dennison.