Repertoire

136th U.S.A. Field Artillery
March

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
spring 2013 concert
El Abanico
Paso Doble

by A. Javaloyes and J. Ord Hume
edited by Harold R. Gore

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Abbey Road: A Symphonic Portrait

arranged by Ira Hearshen

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
Abram's Pursuit

by David R. Holsinger (ASCAP)

Performed at:
winter 2004 concert
The Acrobats
March

by David Reed

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
El Aguila De Oro
The Golden Eagle

by Jack Bullock

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Air Mobility Command March

by Mark Camphouse

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
Selections from Aladdin

arranged by John Moss

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
summer 1997 concerts
Aladdin

arranged by Paul Jennings

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
Alla Barocco
(Folk-Rock)

by Caesar Giovannini
scored for band by Wayne Robinson

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
Allegheny Portrait

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Allegro-Ballad-Allegro

by R.D. Wilber

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
winter 2013 concert
Alte Kameraden Marsch

by Carl Teike
arranged by T. Mito

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Amazing Grace
(for concert band)

by Frank Ticheli

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
winter 2014 concert
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
America the Beautiful

by Samuel Augustus Ward
arranged for band by Carmen Dragon

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
America the Beautiful

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
America On Parade

adapted and arranged by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
America Variations

arranged by Jerry Brubaker

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
American Barndance

by Richard L. Saucedo

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
American Civil War Fantasy

by Jerry H. Bilik

Performed at:
winter 2011 concert
American Emblem Band
(March)

by Harry J. Lincoln
arranged by G.E. Holmes

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
American Folk Rhapsody No. 4

by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
American Graffiti I

arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
American Graffiti XVI

music by Chuck Berry & Brian Wilson~R.Hildebrand~Danny Hamilton
arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
American Graffiti XVII

music by John F. Schroeder~Ross Bagdasarian & William Saroyan~Bobby Vinton & Gene Allan~Sidney Ramin & Tony Velona
arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
American Graffiti XXI

music by Hoagy Carmichael~Larry Shay
arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
An American In Paris

by George Gershwin
transcribed and arranged for symphonic band by John Krance

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
American Landscape #1
Lake Township, Ohio

by Robert W. Smith

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
American Patrol

by F.W. Meacham

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
American Riversongs
A Folksong Setting For Band

by Pierre La Plante

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
American Salute
Based on When Johnny Comes Marching Home

by Morton Gould
transcribed from composer's original score by Philip J. Lang

 
An American Spectacular

arranged by Chris Sharp (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
Americans We

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
winter 2004 concert
Amparito Roca
Spanish March

by Jaime Texidor

Performed at:
spring 2015 concert
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2008 concert
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
Andrew Lloyd Webber: A Symphonic Portrait

arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Highlights from "Annie"

 
Selections from "Annie"

by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin
arranged by Philip J. Lang

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Anything Goes

words and music by Cole Porter
arranged by Paul Jennings

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
"Aquarium"
(Opus 5)

by Johan de Meij

Performed at:
winter 2013 concert
Armed Forces Salute

arranged by Bob Lowden

 
Army Of the Nile
Quick March

by Kenneth J. Alford
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
As a Wind From the North

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
winter 2016 concert
winter 2007 concert
The Ascension
(from the "Divine Comedy")

composed and arranged by Robert W. Smith

Performed at:
spring 2003 concert
At a Dixieland Jazz Funeral
(Concert Band with Dixieland Jazz Combo)

by Jared Spears (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Athletic Festival March
Opus 69, No. 1

by Serge Prokofieff
arranged for band by Richard Franko Goldman

 
Band Of America March

by Paul Lavalle

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Bandolero

composed for band by Glenn Osser

 
Bandology
Concert March

by Eric Osterling

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
The Bandwagon

by Philip Sparke

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
summer 2006 concerts
winter 2006 concert
Barnum and Bailey's Favorite
March

by Karl L. King
arranged for Concert Band by Glenn Cliffe Bainum

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
spring 2006 concert
Basses On a Rampage

by G.H. Huffine

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
The Battle Cry Of Freedom

words and music by George Frederick Root
arranged by Jay Bocook

 
The Battle Hymn Of the Republic
(For Concert Band with optional Chorus and Strings)

by William Steffe
arranged by Carmen Dragon

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
Bayou Breakdown

by Brant Karrick

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
Be Thou My Vision

by David R. Gillingham

Performed at:
winter 2008 concert
The Beatles: Love

words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
Beguine On a Brazilian Folk Song

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
La Bella Roma

by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
Ben-Hur

by Miklos Rozsa
arranged by Stephen Melillo

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
Benny Goodman: The King Of Swing

arranged by Paul Murtha

Performed at:
spring 2006 concert
A Bernstein Tribute

music by Leonard Bernstein
adapted by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
Big Band Favorites

 
Big Band Signatures

arranged by John Higgins

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
The Big Brass Band March

 
The Big Cage
(Circus Galop)

by Karl L. King
arranged by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
winter 2014 concert
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
Bill Bailey

by Hughie Cannon
arranged by Luther Henderson
adapted for band by David Marshall

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 1999 concerts
The Billboard March

by John N. Klohr

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Black and White Rag

by George Botsford
arranged by Larry Daehn

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
winter 2013 concert
Black Granite
(Symphonic March)

by James L. Hosay

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
winter 2012 concert
The Black Horse Troop
(March)

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frederick Fennell

Sousa enjoyed a long relationship with the men and horses of Cleveland's Ohio National Guard Cavalry, known as Troop A. Sousa himself was a devoted horseman. Once again he drew upon some special rhythmic resource when the march was for horses and riders; once again his special comprehension of the thrilling spectacle of regimental movement produced a compelling musical experience for both the player and the listener, commanding our particular awareness of his use of the trumpets and the drums at various dynamic levels.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
spring 2000 concert

Block M

by Jerry H. Bilik

 
The Blue And The Gray
(Civil War Suite)

by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Blue Tango

by Leroy Anderson

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Bolero

by Maurice Ravel
arranged for band by Frank Erickson

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Bombasto
March

by O.R. Farrar

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Bonnie Annie Laurie March

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Harold R. Gore

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Bonnie Blue
March

by Kelly Bennette

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
Boston Commandery March
Onward! Christian Soldier

by T.M. Carter
arranged by P.X. Laube

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
The Boy Scouts of America
(March)

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Loras John Schissel (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
The Boys of Wexford

by Robert Dwyer Joyce
arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Bravura

by C.E. Duble
arranged by Richard E. Thurston

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil)

composed by Ary Barroso
arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Brazil: Ceremony, Song, and Samba

by Robert W. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
winter 2010 concert
Braziliance!

by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
summer 2007 concerts
Brian's Holiday

by Jun'ichi Naito

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Bricusse And Newley On Broadway

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
The Bride of the Waves
Cornet Solo
with Band Accompaniment

by Herbert L. Clarke

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
winter 2017 concert
Overture from Brigadoon

music by Frederick Loewe
lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
arranged for band by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Brigadoon Overture

 
Brighton Beach
Concert March

by William P. Latham

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
British Eighth

by Zo Elliott

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Broadway's Classics

arranged by Larry Norred
orchestrated by Scott Blood

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
Broadway Show-Stoppers Overture

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Broadway Spectacular!
The Finest Moments In American Musical Theater

arranged by John Higgins

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Brooke's Chicago Marine Band March

by Roland F. Seitz

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Bullets and Bayonets
(March)

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
summer 2006 concerts
Burnished Gold and Army Blue

arranged by Warren Barker

 
Burst

by Sean O'Loughlin

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
Bye Bye Birdie

music by Charles Strouse
lyrics by Lee Adams
arranged by Calvin Custer

This 1960 Broadway hit comes from the early years of rock and roll.

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
winter 1998 concert

El Caballero
Spanish March

by J. Olivadoti

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Cabaret
Selections For Concert Band

lyrics by Fred Ebb
music by John Kander

 
Caderna
Italian March

by A. D'Arcangelo
edited by Col. Arnald D. Gabriel

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Cajun Folk Songs
For Concert Band

by Frank Ticheli

  • La Belle et le Capitaine
  • Belle

Cajuns are descendants of the Acadians, a group of early French colonists who began settling in Acadia (now Nova Scotia) around 1604. In 1755 they were driven out by the British, eventually resettling in South Louisiana. Today there are nearly a million French-speaking descendants of the Acadians living in Louisiana and parts of Texas, preserving many of the customs, traditions, stories, and songs of their ancestors.

La Belle et le Capitaine tells the story of a young girl who feigns death to avoid being seduced by a captain. Its Dorian melody is remarkably free, shifting back and forth between duple and triple meters. Belle is about a man who goes away to Texas only to receive word of his sweetheart's illness, forcing him to return to Louisiana. Finding her unconscious upon his return, he pawns his horse to try to save her, to no avail.

Cajun Folk Songs is composed as a tribute to the people of the old Cajun folksong culture, with hopes that their contributions will not be forgotten.

Highlights from "Camelot"

lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
music by Frederick Loewe
arranged for band by Paul Yoder

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Can You Read My Mind

 
Candide Suite

music by Leonard Bernstein
adapted by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
spring 2017 concert
Canzona

by Peter Mennin

Performed at:
winter 2019 concert
El Capitan

by John Philip Sousa

 
Captain America March

by Alan Silvestri
arranged by Michael Brown

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
Caribbean Rondo
On Traditional Songs

by Pierre La Plante

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
Caribeguine

by Willis Schaefer

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
Carmen Suite

by Georges Bizet
arranged by Jack Bullock

The story of Carmen is set in Seville, Spain in 1820. It is the story of a passionate, fickle Gypsy girl, who is one of six major roles in the opera. The story, in four acts, is full of action --- animated, flowing, and never dragging or uninterested. Bizet was well-acquainted with Spanish folk lore and folk music through his many visits to Spain. For Carmen, he composed a score which is rhythmical, tuneful, and characteristic of the Gypsy life-style. This adaptation for wind band, a suite in four movements, retains the spirit of the original production.

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
winter 1999 concert

Carnaval

by Moraes Moreira, Alceu Valenca, David Batteau, and Mary Ekler
arranged by Naohiro Iwai

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Carnival Of Roses
Overture

by J. Olivadoti

 
Carolina Clambake

by Paul Yoder

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
Carpenters Forever

by J. Raposo, P. Williams & R. Nichols, J. Bettis & R. Carpenter, H. David & B. Bacharach, L. Russell & B.Bramiett, and F. Karlin
arranged by Toshio Mashima

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Cartoon Capers

by Steph Bulla (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Casey at the Bat

by Allen Feinstein
text by Ernest L. Thayer

Performed at:
spring 2017 concert
A Celebration Fanfare Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Charter Oak
Concert March

by Eric Osterling

 
Cheerio (Sing and Whistle) March

by Edwin Franko Goldman

 
Chiaroscuro

by Robert Sheldon, Op. 79

Performed at:
winter 2018 concert
winter 2003 concert
Chicago

words and music by Fred Ebb and John Kander
arranged by Victor Lopez

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
summer 2004 concerts
winter 2004 concert
Chicago
(That Toddlin' Town)

by Fred Fisher
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Children's March
Over the Hills and Far Away

by Percy Aldridge Grainger
revised by Frank Erickson

This work is cast in a sunny, care-free mood; many of the tunes sound like folksongs, but they are original compositions. Grainger believed that the greatest expressivity was in the lower octaves of the band and from the larger members of the reed families. Consequently, one finds in this Children's March a more liberal and more highly specialized use of such instruments as the bassoon, English horn, bass clarinet, contra-bassoon, and the lower saxophones than is usual in writing for military band. Research by Frederick Fennell supports Grainger's claim that this is the first composition for band utilizing the piano.

Performed at:
winter 2008 concert
winter 1999 concert

The Chimes Of Liberty
March

by Edwin Franko Goldman
arranged by Loras J. Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Chorale and Shaker Dance

by John P. Zdechlik

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
The Circus Bee
(Rondo)

by Henry Fillmore
arranged by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
Clarinet Cameo
(Trio for B-flat Clarinets)

by Roger Barsotti

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
Clarinet Escapade
for Band

by Russell Ward

summer 2016 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Classic Duke

arranged by Luther Henderson
adapted for band by Paul Murtha

Performed at:
spring 2019 concert
spring 2009 concert
Clear Track Polka
(Bahn Frei)

by Eduard Strauss
op. 45
arranged by Alfred Reed

The Strauss dynasty (there is really no other word for it) has now lasted over 150 years, in Vienna and throughout the world, bringing forth this illustrious and continuing family, a long line of composers, conductors and performers whose efforts have delighted and entranced at least six generations of musicians, music lovers, dancers, and audiences on every continent in the civilized world.

Like his brothers, Eduard became a successful composer and conductor, almost in defiance of his father's wishes, who did not want any of his three sons to pursue such a calling. Whereas his brothers Johann and Joseph had to deal with this situation in a sometimes painful way, Eduard (only ten when his father died) had a much easier time following his inclination toward music. As a result, he was able to enjoy his successes with a much clearer conscience. Eduard traveled and toured extensively throughout Europe as a conductor of his own orchestra and others. His compositions, imbued with the same Viennese spirit and vitality became well known and are still performed to this day.

Clear Track Polka (Bahn Frei) is another of those delightful "Schnellpolkas" that seemed to be a Strauss invention. It depicts a railroad train being given the "clear track ahead" signal, and after starting up and reaching cruising speed, takes its riders merrily on their happy, jingling way, with Straussian melodies as its fuel.

Coat of Arms

 
Cole Porter
a symphonic portrait for concert band

arranged by Wayne Robinson

 
Cole Porter
a medley for concert band

music by Cole Porter
arranged by Robert Russell Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
Colonel Bogey

by Kenneth J. Alford
edited by Frederick Fennell

The interval of a descending minor third, apparently basic to childhood communication, appears to be one factor in the 1914 composition of this march and a reason for its basic appeal. Playing golf in Scotland one day, Alford apparently whistled the interval to attract another golfer's attention, and the result was a world-famous march (popularized later by the film The Bridge Over the River Kwai). The golf term "bogey" (or one over par on a given hole) gets its name from the march's namesake, known as being "quite a good man with a stick".

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 1997 concerts

Colors Flying

by Charles Weiner

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Colossus Of Columbia
March

by Russell Alexander
arranged for Concert Band by Glenn Cliffe Bainum

Russell Alexander spent most of his life as a solo euphonium player and composer. Many of his greatest marches were written during his time with Barnum and Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth. The rhythmic drive and excitement of this march reveal this circus experience. It was near the end of the tour in 1901 that Alexander wrote Colossus of Colombia, dedicating it to "the Continental Congress at Washington".

Commando March

by Samuel Barber
arranged by James Curnow

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Communion

by Carl Strommen

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
winter 2017 concert
Concert March TAKE OFF

by Tomohiro Tatebe and Gemba Fujita

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Concertino

by C.M. v. Weber
arranged by M.L. Lake

Performed at:
winter 2004 concert
Concerto for Clarinet
(Rondo)

by W.A. Mozart
edited by Donald McCathren
arranged by Dale Casteel

This most popular concerto was written for Anton Stadler, probably the greatest clarinetist of his time, and was completed just two months before Mozart's untimely death in 1791.
Concerto for Trombones

by Norman Leyden

 
Concerto No. 1 (K. 412)

by W.A. Mozart
arranged by Lorenzo Sansone

At the age of three, Wolfgang Mozart showed a remarkable love of music. He would listen to his sister Marianne's lessons and later would improvise similar tunes and chords. His father, Leopold, soon began directing his studies and later toured with Wolfgang and Marianne throughout Europe and England while the children were still very young. They were well received and widely acclaimed during these tours, which continued for several years. The first of his serious compositions was completed and performed during that period.

At the age of twelve, young Mozart composed an opera at the order of the emperor of Austria, and it was performed at Salzburg. More writing and travels in Italy followed, with Mozart being honored at the Vatican and in several other Italian cities.

During his adult life, when he wrote some of the world's greatest masterpieces, Mozart was almost always in debt and frequently in ill health. It is thought that he wrote his Requiem as a result of what he believed to be a forewarning of his own death. He left a fabulous legacy of opera, concerto, symphony, choral, and ensemble music to the world.

Concord Overture

by Ralph Hermann

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
The Connecticut March

by William Nassann
arranged by G.H. Reeves

 
El Conquistador
Spanish March

by James L. Tarver

 
Copacabana
(At The Copa)

music by Barry Manilow
lyric by Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman
arranged by Richard Saucedo

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
A Copland Tribute

by Aaron Copland
adapted by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
spring 2018 concert
Coronation Scene
from Boris Godunov

by Modest Mussorgsky
arranged by Barbara Buehlman

Boris Godunov, first performed at St. Petersburg in 1884, is essentially an opera about the early 17th century Russian people. Although the action centers around certain individuals, it is the spirit of the struggling people that dominates the stage. This spirit finds dramatic expression in the brilliant pageantry of the opera, its magnificent choruses, and in Mussorgsky's spectacular orchestration.

The "Coronation Scene", one of the highlights of the opera, opens as the populace of the Moscow Kremlin fills the great square between the cathedrals. Magnificent banners, the vividly colored garments of the people, the gleaming domes of the cathedrals, the pealing of the great bells, all form a brilliant background for the stately procession of the Boyards, who advance slowly towards the Cathedral of the Assumption, Boris himself in their midst. The air resounds with the pealing of bells and the shouts of the multitude as Boris passes into the cathedral for the coronation ceremony.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2000 concerts
spring 2000 concert

Cotton Ferry Expedition

by Ralph Ford (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
Count Basie Salute

arranged by John Higgins

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Country Gardens

set for concert band by Percy Grainger

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Cousins
Duet for Cornet & Trombone

by Herbert L. Clarke
arranged by John G. Mortimer

Performed at:
winter 2003 concert
summer 1998 concerts
Crooner's Serenade

arranged by Justin Williams

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Crown Imperial
A Coronation March, 1937

by William Walton

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Culloden III
"We Toomed Our Stoops for the Gaudy Sodgers"

by Julie Giroux

Performed at:
winter 2017 concert
Cumana

by Barclay Allen
arranged by David Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
La Cumparsita
Tango

by G. H. Matos Rodriguez
arranged by Harold L. Walters

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
A "Cursed" Overture

by Steven Bergman

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
Cyclone Coaster
Overture for Band

by Stephen Bulla (ASCAP)

 
Dance Of The Jesters

by P.I. Tchaikovsky
arranged by Ray Cramer

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Dance Of The Rose Maidens
(From Gayne Ballet, Suite No. 1)

by Aram Khachaturian
arranged by James Truscello

 
The Dandy Fifth

 
Danny Boy

traditional Irish air
arranged by Lewis J. Buckley

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
Danse Bacchanale
From Samson and Delilah

by Camille Saint-Saens
arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
Danza Boleriana

by Stan Applebaum

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
spring 1999 concert
Danzas Cubanas

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
Dashing Through The Snow

by ?

Performed at:
winter 2019 concert
A Day in the Life of a Fool and Guantanamera

by Carl Sigman and Luiz Bonfa
arranged by Seth Markhan

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
De Molay Commandery Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Defying Gravity

by Steven Reineke (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
Dixie Polka Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Dixieland Bash

arranged by Michael Sweeney

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
summer 1998 concerts
Dixieland Clambake

arranged by John Warrington

 
Dixieland Jam

arr. Bob Lowden

The end of World War I began the rise of America's only indigenous art music form: jazz. Here are some of the earliest incarnations of this music with lively arrangements of Basin Street Blues, Maple Leaf Rag, Tin Roof Blues, When the Saints Go Marching In, and Bill Bailey.

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1997 concerts

Dixieland Revue

arranged by Eric Osterling

 
Do-Re-Mi

music by Richard Rodgers
arranged by Takashi Hoshide

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Doctor Who: Through Time And Space

by Murray Gold
arranged by Robert Buckley

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
Down a Country Lane

by Aaron Copland

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
summer 1997 concerts
The Drum Major's Daughter
Overture

by Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880)
arranged by Lawrence Odom

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
Drums of America

by John Warrington and George Frock

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
Dynamarch
(Concert March)

by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
E Pluribus Unum

by Fred Jewell
arranged by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
winter 2017 concert
summer 2008 concerts
Earl's March

by Charles A. Wiley
dedicated to Earl Ray, Lubbock, Texas

 
Easter Monday On the White House Lawn

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Harold R. Gore

 
Egmont Overture

by Ludwig van Beethoven
arranged by Theo. Moses-Tobani

This overture clearly represents Beethoven as the political liberal, the champion of the oppressed, and the freedom fighter. Based on a tragedy by Goethe, Beethoven's work is intended as incidental music for a stage performance. Take separately, the overture can be regarded as in itself a kind of programmatic music drama.

The plot concerns Count Egmont, a Flemish patriot and one of the leaders of the revolt against the tyrannical Duke of Alva, who is sent to suppress the budding secession of the Netherlands from Spain. Egmont is treacherously seized and condemned to public execution. Asleep in the prison, he dreams of a vision of the Goddess of Liberty. Her face is that of his own beloved Clarchen. She tells him that in dying he will secure the eventual victory of his people and be hailed as a conqueror. He reawakens, the soldiers enter and lead him away to the scaffold. His last words are, "Fight for your hearths and homes, and die joyfully - after my example - to save that which you hold most dear."

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert summer 2014 concerts
winter 2000 concert

Eldorado

by Sammy Nestico

 
Elegy For a Young American

by Ronald Lo Presti

Williamstown, Mass. native Lo Presti wrote Elegy in 1964 and dedicated it to the memory of John F. Kennedy. The Indiana Wind Ensemble premiered the work in April of that same year. Except for a ten measure allegro section near the end, the tempo of the entire work is a slow adagio. Contrast and balance are achieved by solo instruments alternating with small sections of instruments and with the sound of the full band.
An Ellington Festival

 
An Ellington Portrait

setting for band by Floyd E. Werle

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 1999 concerts
spring 1999 concert
Emperata Overture

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

As a trademark of Smith's works, he employs meter changes to asymmetrical time signatures and highlights many soloists. This work is set forth in classic overture style, opening with a fanfare-like statement by the brass section accompanied by percussion in the background. It moves to a lyrical center section, passing the main theme through a series of soloists, then sections, and finally the full band. The ending is highlighted by a change of key and a restatement of all the major themes simultaneously, making a very exciting finish.

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
winter 2006 concert
summer 1998 concerts
winter 1998 concert

Emperor Valse

by Johann Strauss

 
English Suite

by Clare Grundman

  • The Oak And the Ash
  • Barb'ra Allen
  • The Girl I Left Behind Me
  • The British Grenadiers

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert

Entry of the Gladiators
(Einzug der Gladiatoren)
"Thunder and Blazes"
March

by Julius Fucik
transcribed by Louis-Phillipe Laurendeau
arranged by J.S. Seredy
edited by Van B. Ragsdale

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
summer 2004 concerts
Escapade for Trombones
(Trombone Quartet Feature)

arranged Frank Bencriscutto

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Espana Cani

by Pascual Marquina
arranged by Robert Longfield

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
The Fairest of the Fair

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Fall River Overture

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Fandango

by Frank Perkins
arranged for Band by Floyd E. Werle

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Fandango Asturiano
from "Capriccio Espagnol"

by N. Rimsky-Korsakov
adapted and arranged for Band by John Cacavas from the Orchestral Score

 
Fanfare and Flourishes
For A Festive Occasion

by James Curnow

Performed at:
winter 2014 concert
Fanfare, Chorale and Fugue

by Caesar Giovannini (ASCAP)
scored for Band by Wayne Robinson

 
Fanfare For The Glorious NayCart

by David R. Holsinger (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Fanfare Prelude On Lancashire
Lead On O King Eternal

by Louis Ganne
arranged by Charles J. Roberts

 
Fanfare Variations

by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Fantaisie-Caprice
Clariet Solo with Band

by Ch. Lefebvre
arranged by Wesley Shepard

Performed at:
winter 2009 concert
Fantasia Español Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Fantasia In G Major

by J.S. Bach
transcribed by Richard Franko Goldman and Robert L. Leist

The great Fantasia in G Major for organ was composed between 1703 and 1707 during Bach's residence in Arnstadt. It was here, at the beginning of his career, that his music was found by the Consistory to be too full of "wonderful variations and foreign tones," and certainly the Fantasia is strikingly dissonant in its constant texture of suspensions. But the breadth of the five-part polyphonic writing and the richness of the harmonic sonority make the work one of the grandest of all Bach's compositions for organ. It is also one that lends itself most perfectly to the sound and sonorities of the modern wind band.
Fantasy on an African-American Spiritual
(&dquot;My Lord! What a Morning&dquot;)

arranged by Bruce Prueninger

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
Fantasy on Childhood Songs

edited by David W. Moore

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Fantasy On English Hunting Songs

by Clare Grundman

This work is based on four old airs whose lyrics touch on various aspects of the chase. The Lancaster Poacher is a rollicking drinking song about a poor apprentice who believes he can improve his fortune by poaching game and who declares in its refrain, "For it's my delight of a shiny night, in the season of the year." The Fox Chase, also known under the title A Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky, is an old fox-hunting song. A-Hunting We Will Go is an 18th century tune set to a poem of Henry Fielding. John Peel, treated both as a ballad and as the very old, familiar, spirited hunting song whose verse "D'ye ken John Peel with his coat so grey, with his hounds and his horn in the morning?" is widely known. The strains of these delightful melodies are cleverly intertwined throughout this lively work as it drives toward its powerful climactic conclusion.

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
spring 2000 concert

Fantasy on "Yankee Doodle"

by Mark Williams

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Farandole
from L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2

by Georges Bizet
arranged by Larry Daehn

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
Fascination

music by F.D. Marchetti
arranged by Toshio Mashima

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Father of Victory
Marche Francaise

by Louis Ganne
arranged by Charles J. Roberts

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert
summer 1998 concerts
Feierlicher Einzug - C

by Richard Strauss
transcribed by R.H. Kingston

Appropriately enough for these times, this composer's most familiar work, Also Sprach Zarathustra, is the opening theme of a movie about the new millennium, 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the much shorter Feierlicher Einzug from 1909, Strauss' score specifies 15(!) E-flat trumpets, 4 French horns, 4 trombones, 2 tubas, and tympani. It has been adapted for the Lexington Bicentennial Band by rearranging the parts for its more standard brass complement, including baritones. The originally specified E-flat trumpet is two and one-half whole tones above the B-flat instrument, so Strauss' original key of E-flat major has been lowered to C major to better suit the lower range of the modern trumpet. Slow and majestic, the piece builds in volume and complexity, evolving from an initial G major harmony to the C of the key signature.
Festival March
(From "La Boheme")

by Giacomo Puccini
adapted by Alfredo Antonini
scored for Band by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
A Festival Prelude

by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Festive Dance from Faust

by Charles Gounod
arranged by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
Festivo

arranged by Vaclav Nelhybel

 
Fidgety Feet

arranged by John Edmondson

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
Film Score Classics

arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
A Fifties Time Capsule

arranged by Paul Jennings

 
First Suite In E-flat
for Military Band
Op. 28, No. 1

by Gustav Holst
revised and edited by Colin Matthews

  • Chaconne
  • Intermezzo
  • March

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert

Five Festive Fanfares

by Philip Sparke

  • Champions Fanfare
  • Birthday Fanfare
  • Festival Fanfare
  • Gala Fanfare
  • Victory Fanfare
Flieger-Marsch

by Hermann Dostal
edited by George S. Howard

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Flight Of The Pegasus

by David Shaffer (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Flight of the Piasa

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
Flight Of Valor

by James Swearingen (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Florentiner March
Grande marcia Italiana

by Julius Fucik
arranged by M.L. Lake
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Flourish and Hymn Of Praise

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

 
The Flying Squadron

by Karl L. King
arranged by Gene Milford

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
Folk Dances

by Dimitri Shostakovich
arranged by Frank Erickson

Performed at:
summer 1999 concerts
Folk Dances

by Dimitri Shostakovich
edited by H. Robert Reynolds

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Folk Dances

by Dimitri Shostakovich
arranged by James Curnow

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Folk Song Suite
For Military Band

by R. Vaughan Williams

  • March "Seventeen Come Sunday"
  • Intermezzo "My Bonny Boy"
  • March "Folk Songs From Somerset"

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
summer 2001 concerts

The Footlifter
March

by Henry Fillmore

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Fortress

by Frank Ticheli

Fortress is a tense and intense work based on the dissonant harmonic interval of the tritone. It was composed in 1988 and received its premiere performance by the Batawagama Youth Camp Band in Iron County, Michigan (Donald Schleicher, conductor) on June 25, 1988. It is dedicated to Robert Floyd and the L.V. Berkner High School Band, Richardson, Texas.

Frank Ticheli is currently Assistant Professor of Music at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
summer 1998 concerts

The Foundation
March

by Richard Franko Goldman

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Four Scottish Dances

by Malcolm Arnold
arranged by John P. Paynter

Performed at:
spring 2005 concert
The Free Lance March
On to Victory

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by R. F. Goldman

Although Sousa is remembered primarily for his marches, he also wrote several operettas. One of these, titled Free Lance, concerned a goatherd who left his goats, hired himself out as a (free lance) mercenary leader of two rival armies, maneuvered his troops so that neither side could win, and declared himself emperor of both countries. Whether Sousa needed another new march for his band in 1906 (he wrote no other marches that year) or whether he realized the limited future of his operetta is not known, but he did piece together several of the operetta tunes in composing the march.

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1998 concerts
winter 1998 concert

Friska
(Finale from HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY NO. 2)

by Franz Liszt
adapted and arranged for band by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
winter 2014 concert
From the Cedars To the Mountains

by Barry E. Kopetz

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
From Sea To Shining Sea
(An American Overture)

by Warren Barker (BMI)

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
winter 2006 concert
From the Shores of the Mighty Pacific

by Herbert L. Clarke

Massachusetts native Herbert L. Clarke enjoyed fame as the finest cornet virtuoso of his day. His compositions and solo voice were heard with such distinguished musicians as Patrick Gilmore, Victor Herbert, and John Philip Sousa. It was with the last that his fame was established from 1893 until he retired as a bandsman and assistant conductor in 1917.
Symphonic Highlights from FROZEN

arranged by Stephen Bulla

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
Fuego del Alma

by Carl Strommen (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Fugue on Yankee Doodle

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
winter 2007 concert
Funiculi Funicula

by Luigi Denza
arranged by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
Furusato

by Alan Menken

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
The Gallant Seventh

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert
Galop Humoresque

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
A Galop To End All Galops

by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
Gammatique
Grandiose Marsch
(Serie Marschtriomfen No. 4)

by Gerard H. Boedijn

 
Gardes Du Corps

by R.B. Hall

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
El Gato Montes Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
The Genius of Ray Charles

arranged by Michael Brown

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2012 concert
winter 2006 concert
George Washington Bridge
An Impression For Band

by William Shuman

Performed at:
winter 2004 concert
Gershwin
A Medley for Concert Band

words by Ira Gershwin
music by George Gershwin
arranged by Robert Russell Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
Gershwin!

arranged by Warren Barker

George Gershwin was born in 1898 and grew up in Brooklyn where he attended the public schools, took piano lessons, and began composing. When he was sixteen, he was hired by the Remick Publishing Company to plug songs for potential buyers. When he was eighteen, he wrote Pretty Lady, which was interpolated into the Sigmund Romberg score for Passing Show, and when he was twenty-one, Gershwin wrote the score for his first Broadway show, La La Lucille. When Al Jolson began singing Swanee (written in fifteen minutes), Gershwin's fame and fortune began to increase rapidly. With his brother Ira as lyricist, he wrote over a dozen successful music comedies between 1919 and 1933. Gershwin died in 1937 after an unsuccessful brain tumor operation. Since that time, his opera Porgy and Bess, his symphonic piece Rhapsody in Blue, and his piano concertos have been performed around the world, proving his prediction that jazz and art music really could be combined. This medley includes: Fascinating Rhythm, Embraceable You, Somebody Loves Me, Someone to Watch Over Me, and I Got Rhythm.

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
summer 1998 concerts
spring 1998 concert

Gilbert & Sullivan: Symphonic Suite

words by William S. Gilbert
music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
The Gladiator
(March)

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Paul Yoder

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Glenn Miller In Concert

arranged by Wayne Scott

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
Go West!

arranged by Ralph Ford

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
The Golden Age of Broadway

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 2000 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
The Golden Age of Broadway
(The Musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein II)

lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
music by Richard Rodgers
arranged by John Moss

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
Golden Jubilee
March

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
The Governor's March

by Leroy Anderson

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
The Great Waldo Pepper March

composed and arranged by Henry Mancini
scored for band by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
Greensleeves

 
Guadalcanal March

by Richard Rodgers
arranged for Concert Band by Erik Leidzen

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
"The Gum-Suckers" March
for Military Band, Piano, and Tuneful Percussion

by Percy Aldridge Grainger
edited by R. Mark Rogers

Performed at:
winter 2015 concert
Guys And Dolls
Overture

by Frank Loesser

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
summer 2003 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
"H. M. Jollies" March

by Kenneth J. Alford
arranged by H. R. Gore
edited by Ryan Ayres

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
Hail To the Fleet

by Richard Maltby

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Hail To the Spirit Of Liberty

by John Philip Sousa
edited for Contemporary Wind Band by Donald Hunsberger

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Selections From Hairspray

music by Marc Shaiman
lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman
arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
Suite from Hamilton

words and music by Lin-Manuel Miranda
arranged by Jerry Brubaker

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
Handel In the Strand

by Percy Grainger
arranged by Richard Franko Goldman

Performed at:
winter 2017 concert
Hands Across The Sea
MARCH

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
summer 2001 concerts
Happy

by Pharrell Williams
arranged by Michael Brown

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
Suite from
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

arranged by Jack Bullock

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
Heather Ridge Sketches

by Stephen Bulla (ASCAP)

  • English Oaks
  • Samanthra
  • Holiday Lane

This three movement work takes its name from an area in Bowie, Maryland where the composer lived for a short time. (The first and third movements are actual street names.) It was commissioned by Dr. David W. Rox and the Gordon College Symphonic Band.

Movement 1: English Oaks
The music opens with flourishes in the Woodwinds and fanfares in the Brass. An atmosphere of nobility and strength is characterized by the themes and their development in this movement.

Movement 2: Samanthra
Taking its name from an 1835 Southern Harmony tune, the composer chose this melody as the basis for a more introspective style in this section. The music lends itself to expressive and soloistic interpretation.

Movement 3: Holiday Lane
The final movement is an exciting romp through energetic dance rhythms and hoedown-like gestures in the music.

Hebrides Suite
Airs from Marjory Kennedy-Fraser's Collection "Songs of the Hebrides"

by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
Hello, Dolly!

by Jerry Herman
arranged by Philip J. Lang

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
Hello, Dolly!
From the Musical Production "Hello, Dolly!"

by Jerry Herman
arranged by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
A Highland Fling!

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
His Excellency March

by Henry Fillmore
arranged by William E. McMath

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
His Honor

by Henry Fillmore

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 2002 concerts
Hitsville, U.S.A.
(40 Years Of Motown)

arranged by John Wasson

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts<
Hoagy Carmichael: An American Classic

arranged by James Kessler

This medley by the beloved Tin Pan Alley composer includes: Lazy River, Star Dust, Heart and Soul, Skylark, and Georgia On My Mind.
Hoagy Carmichael In Concert

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 1999 concerts
Holiday For Flutes

arranged by John Warrington
recorded by David Rose and his Orchestra

 
Holiday For Winds

composed and arranged by Glenn Osser

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Home Stretch
Galop

by Leroy Anderson

This galop was composed in 1962 by the Harvard University graduate and long-time Boston Pops composer, Leroy Anderson. It is delightfully wicked to its listeners and players, inserting a three beat measure at the end of every sub-phrase in the opening melody. The percussion is given the tireless job of creating the horse's hoof beats throughout the piece until the piece comes to a screaming halt.
The Homefront

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Hook

lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
music by John Williams
adapted from the original score by Jack Bullock

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Hosts of Freedom

by K.L. King

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
How the West Was Won
A Western Fantasy

arranged by Robert Hawkins

 
Hymn and Allelujah

by Jim Curnow

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
Hymn To the Fallen
(for Concert Band with Optional Chorus)

music by John Williams
transcribed for concert band by Paul Lavender

This is the main musical theme from the film Saving Private Ryan. It is gentle and noble, characterizing the great patience and perseverance needed by the film's main characters to complete their mission: saving the fourth son of the same mother from being killed in World War II.
"Il Re Pastore" Overture
The Shepherd King

by W. A. Mozart
scored by Clifford P. Barnes

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
I'm Seventeen Come Sunday

by Percy Aldridge Grainger
arranged by Larry D. Daehn

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
I'm Shipping Up To Boston

words and music by Alexander Barr, Ken Casey, Woody Guthrie and Matthew Kelly
arranged by Sean O'Loughlin

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
Immer Fesch

arranged by Naoki Hayashi

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
In All Its Glory

by James Swearingen (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
In the Hall of the Mountain King

by Edvard Grieg
arranged by Lloyd Conley

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
In the Miller Mood

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
spring 2016 concert
In Munchen Steht ein Hofbrauhaus

 
Incantation and Dance

by John Barnes Chance

Performed at:
winter 2015 concert
spring 2008 concert
Music from The Incredibles

music by Michael Giacchino
arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
winter 2006 concert
Indiana
(Way Back Home Again In)

by Ballard MacDonald and James F. Hanley
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
Indiana State Band
March

by O.R. Farrar
arranged by Charles J. Roberts

 
The Inferno
(from the "Divine Comedy")

composed and arranged by Robert W. Smith

Performed at:
winter 2003 concert
Infinite Hope

by Brian Balmages (ASCAP)

Performed at:
spring 2019 concert
Instant Concert

by Harold L. Walters

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
summer 2011 concerts
An Irish Party in Third Class

arranged by Gaelic Storm
adapted by Richard Saucedo

from the Paramount and Twentieth Century Fox Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Back To Titanic
The Italian in Algiers

by G. Rossini
arranged by Theo. Moses-Tobani
arranged for Modern Bands with New Parts by H.R. Kent

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1997 concerts
Jack Tar March

by John Philip Sousa
adapted for concert band by Jerry Nowak

This delightful nautical march was written in 1903. The center section is immediately identifiable as a sailor's or "Jack Tar" hornpipe music.

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2000 concerts

Jamaican Rumba

by Arthur Benjamin
arranged by Philip J. Lang

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
James Bond Suite

by Monty Norman
arranged by Frank Erickson

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Jerome Robbins' Broadway

arranged by Warren Barker

Jerome Robbins was one of Broadway's most innovative and respected choreographers. Here is a medley of songs representing just a few of the many dance styles he brought to life on the stage: Comedy Tonight (from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), Somewhere (from West Side Story), New York, New York (from On the Town), Sunrise, Sunset (from Fiddler On the Roof), and America (from West Side Story).

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 2001 concerts
winter 2001 concert

The Jig Is Up

by Daniel Kallman

Performed at:
spring 2005 concert
Jimála Beguine

by James Burke

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
John Williams: Fantasy Of Flight

by John Williams
arranged by Robert W. Smith

Performed at:
spring 2005 concert
John Williams: The Symphonic Marches

by John Williams
arranged by John Higgins
orchestrated by Paul Lavender

 
John Williams: Symphonic Soundtracks

by John Williams
arranged by John Moss

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
Journey Through Orion

by Julie Giroux

Performed at:
spring 2013 concert
Joyance

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Joyce's 71st New York Regiment March

by Thorton Barnes Boyer
arranged by James Barnes

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Highlights From "Jumbo"

by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
arranged by Paul Yoder

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Kaiser Parade
Marsch

by Franz von Blon
edited by Charles A. Wiley

 
Keeping Step With the Union March

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Keith Brion

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
winter 2013 concert
King Cotton
March

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

This march was written for the Cotton States and International Exposition of 1895 at a time in America's history when cotton was "king". Sousa and his band had great drawing power at fairs and expositions and were much sought after. But officials of this Exposition in Atlanta attempted to cancel their three week contract with the Sousa Band because of serious financial difficulties. At Sousa's insistence, they honored their contract, and at the first concert they became aware of their shortsightedness. Atlanta newspapers carried rave reviews of the band's performances. The Sousa Band brought the Exposition out of the red and the same officials who had tried to cancel Sousa's engagement pleaded with him to extend it. King Cotton was named the official march of the Exposition.

King Cotton was one of Sousa's personal favorites and it has become one of his most popular marches. Sousa liked to make up nonsensical lyrics for the private amusement of children. One of his soprano soloists, Marjorie Moody, copied some of the lyrics and explained that they fit the second strain of the march:

	The sun was a-shining in the sky.
	The sky was black and blue.
	As Barnacle Ben and Jazzy Jen
	Came down the avenue.

	And everybody laughed with glee,
	And whispered, "Is it he or she?"
	For one of his legs was shorter
	Than it really ought to be.
Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
winter 2001 concert
summer 1998 concerts
King Karl King
March

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Kirkpatrick Fanfare

by Andrew Boysen, Jr.

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
The Klaxon

by Henry Fillmore

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
summer 2003 concerts
Knightsbridge March

by Eric Coates
arranged by John Cacavas

Throughout this century, the works of Eric Coates have been a mainstay of England's light concert music field. Knightsbridge March, the famous third movement of his London Suite, has a distinctive background. The Suite had been published for nearly a year when, quite by chance, the March was chosen as the signature tune for the BBC's In Town Tonight radio program. It immediately commanded great attention, and within the first few weeks of the program's debut, 20,000 letters had been received at the Broadcasting House requesting the name of the signature music. Sales of the March mounted with astounding rapidity, record companies were besieged with orders for it, and Mr. Coates's presence was in demand at every conceivable type of entertainment. The March's title is derived from the elegant Knightsbridge section in London where the Royal Guards barracks and stables are situated. In this stunning new arrangement by John Cacavas, the listener is allowed an intimate glimpse of the pomp, pageantry, and color long associated with the scarlet-coated guardsmen of Buckingham Palace.

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
summer 2003 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
spring 1998 concert

La Bamba De Vera Cruz
"Mexican Dance"

by Terig Tucci
transcribed for Band by Donald Hunsberger

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Lassus Trombone

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
Latin Celebration

arranged by John Tatgenhorst

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
Laura

by David Raskin
arranged by Bill Holcombe

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Lemon Merengue

by Hugh Stuart

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
A Leroy Anderson Portrait

by Leroy Anderson
arranged by James Barnes

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Selections From Les Miserables

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
summer 2001 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Lexington
Overture for Band

by Paul W. Whear

The first battle of the American Revolution was fought on April 19, 1775, in Lexington, Massachusetts. It was a skirmish between British Regular troops, who had marched from Boston, and about seventy American Minutemen. The initial alarm was given by the famous ride of Paul Revere, but it was the bell in the belfry on the town green in Lexington that gave the local alarm as the British approached. The drummer boy William Diamond beat assembly for the minutemen as they formed on the green to stand against the British. No one knows who fired the first shot, but in the end there were eight American dead.

This overture was written in commemoration of that battle. It attempts to convey musically the agitation of the times, the approach of the distant British, the defeat of the moment and the faith of the American people in ultimate victory.

Performed at:
spring 2013 concert
spring 2000 concert

The Liberty Bell
March

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
The Liberty Bell

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
Liberty Guiding the People

by Masanuri Taruya

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Fanfares from the Opera "Libuse"

by Bedrich Smetana
arranged by Vaclav Nelhybel

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Light Cavalry Overture

arranged by Henry Fillmore

 
Lincolnshire Posy

 
The Lion King
Soundtrack Highlights

arranged by Calvin Custer

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
Little Concert Suite

by Alfred Reed

 
Little English Girl
(L'Inglesina)
Symphonic March

by D. Delle Cese

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Little Italian Rhapsody

by Walter Beeler

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
Little Mermaid Medley

by Alan Menken

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
Loch Lomond

arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
Loch Lomond
For Concert Band

by Frank Ticheli

Performed at:
winter 2015 concert
Lohengrin
Introduction to Third Act

by Richard Wagner
arranged for Symphonic Band by George Drumm

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Looney Tunes Overture

arranged by Bill Holcombe

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
The Lords of Greenwich

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
The Mad Major

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
The Magnificent Seven

by Elmer Bernstein
arranged by Roy Phillippe

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
Malaguena

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Malaguena

music and Spanish lyric by Ernesto Lecuona
English lyric by Marian Banks
arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
Mambo Jambo

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
Highlights from Mame

music and lyrics by Jerry Herman
arranged by John Krance

Performed at:
spring 2009 concert
Man Of La Mancha
Selection for Band

by Frank Erickson
lyrics by Joe Darion
music by Mitch Leigh

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
spring 2002 concert
Mancini!

by Henry Mancini
arranged by Stephen Bulla

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
winter 2012 concert
Mancini Magic

by Henry Mancini
arranged by Jerry Brubaker

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Mancini Spectacular

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 2002 concerts
Manhattan Beach

by John Philip Sousa

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 1999 concert
Mannin Veen
"Dear Isle Of Man"
A Manx Tone Poem

by Haydn Wood

Performed at:
winter 2009 concert
A Manx Overture
The Isle Of Mountains And Glens

by Haydn Wood

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
The Maple Leaf Forever
A Processional for Concert Band

by Alexander Muir
arranged by Steve Reisteter

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
March April May

by Masao Yabe

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
March "Blue Sky"

by Tohko Takagi

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
March For Masaryk
(Pochod Zupy Masarykovej)

by Rudolf Obruca
arranged by George P. Foeller

 
The March From "1941"

by John Williams
adapted for Band by Paul Lavender

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
summer 2004 concerts
winter 2004 concert
March "Grandioso"

by Roland F. Seitz
adapted and arranged for Concert Band by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
March In Counterpoint

by Vaclav Nelhybel

Performed at:
spring 2009 concert
March "Independentia"

by Roland F. Seitz
adapted and arranged for Concert Band by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
March Intercollegiate
Two-Step

by Charles E. Ives

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
March Of the Imperial Army

 
March Of the Irish Dragoons

arranged by Andrew Balent

 
March Of the Siamese Children Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 1998 concerts
March Of the Steel Men

by Charles S. Belsterling
scored by Harry L. Alford
edited by James Jurrens

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
March Of the Sun Dried Tomatoes

by Julie Giroux

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
March Of the Two Left Feet

arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
March "Onward"
"Aufwaerts"

by Ernst Luthold
arranged by Paul W. Whear

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
March Slav

by P.I. Tchaikovsky
arranged by Larry Daehn

Performed at:
winter 2014 concert
Marche de Provencal

by William E. Rhoads

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Marche Des Parachutistes Belges

by Pierre Leemans
arranged by Charles A. Wiley

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 1999 concerts
Marche Lorraine

by Louis Ganne
arranged by Franz Mahl
edited by Frederick Fennell

This piece stand high among the great regimental marches of the world and towers among those by French masters of the form. Its crisp fanfares contrasting with lyrical woodwind melodies make it a favorite of bands everywhere.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
winter 1999 concert

"Marche Militaire" I

by F. Schubert, Op. 51 No. 1
arranged by L.P. Laurendeau

 
"Marche Militaire" II

by F. Schubert, Op. 51 No. 2
arranged by L.P. Laurendeau

 
Marche Militaire Francaise
Finale from Algerian Suite

by C. Saint-Saens
arranged by M.L. Lake

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
Marching Blues

by Hyato Hirose

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
Marching Down Broadway

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
The Marriage of Figaro
Overture

by W.A. Mozart
arranged by Earl Slocum

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Martinique
(Beguine for Band)

by Robert Washburn

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
Selections from Mary Poppins

words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
Masque

by W. Francis McBeth

Performed at:
winter 2005 concert
Matador

by John Cacavas

 
Die Meistersinger
excerpts from the opera

by Richard Wagner
scored by Eric Osterling

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert
summer 1998 concerts
Men of Harlech

arranged by Robert Farnon

According to Folk Songs of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales: This famous march celebrates the defiance of the Welsh forces under Dafydd ap Jevan in defending Harlech Castle against the English in 1468.

After a stately introduction, one hears the familiar opening strains of this famous tune. Through several key changes and marvelous counter-melodies, the march courses as a mountain road through the Welsh countryside. After the final statement of the melody accompanied by one of the most prominent counter-melodies, one is treated to a rousing and very final coda.

Men Of Ohio

by Henry Fillmore

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Merry Music For Wind Band

by Hidas Frigyes

Hungarian composer Hidas has written a light-hearted and tuneful work for the wind band, using very traditional techniques while combining syncopation with often chamber music-like scoring. He is one of the many outstanding middle European composers contributing wonderful pieces to the wind repertoire.
Midway March

by John Williams
arranged by James Curnow

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
Military March In C
The Tattoo

by Ludwig van Beethoven
arranged by Sol Berkowitz

 
Minuteman
(Concert March)

by Robert H. Pearson

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
Minutemen
(Concert March)

by Gerald McCulloch, Major, Texas ANG
arranged by John Short

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
Medley From Miss Saigon

music by Claude-Michel Schoenberg
lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr. & Alain Boublil
adapted from original French lyrics by Alain Boublil
arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Mononoke Hime

by Hisaishi

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
Monterey Bay Suite

by Arthur P. Barnes

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
Moorside March
from "A Moorside Suite"

by Gustav Holst
arranged by Gordon Jacob

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
Morceau de Concert

by Camille Saint-Saens, Op. 94
transcribed for euphonium and band by Douglas A. Nelson

Morceau de Concert was a title which Saint-Saens used frequently for solo works composed to display the capabilities of various instruments and the virtuosity of his associates. In Opus 94, written in 1893, the horn was the solo instrument.

In keeping with the two versions which the celebrated French composer wrote - one for horn with orchestra and the other with piano - this work was transcribed to be played with solo euphonium with either band or piano accompaniment. It is technically demanding for the soloist and requires great musicality and endurance.

Morning, Noon and Night
(In Vienna)
Overture

by F. von Suppe
arranged by Henry Fillmore

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
Moray Firth

edited by E.K. Shenk

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Mr. Dixieland Fronts The Band

arranged by Johnny Warrington

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Music for a Carnival

by Clare Grundman

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Music For a Darkened Theatre
(The Film Scores Of Danny Elfman)

by Danny Elfman
arranged by Michael Brown

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
Selections From The Music Man

by Meredith Willson
arranged by Philip J. Lang

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
My Regards

by Edward Llewellyn

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
National Emblem
March

by E.E. Bagley
arranged by Loras Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
New Comrades (Neue Kameraden) March

by Carl Teike
edited by Frederick Fennell

Carl Teike is known the world over to aficionados of the march as the composer of the great classic Old Comrades. In both of these marches, the concept of a deliberate and euphonious style, liberally sprinkled throughout with the fanfare resource of soprano brass and laced with arching counter melodies, produces an essay in the German march style that harkens back to another day, when King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia brought a high sense of order to German marches by issuing the following order:

In order to assist the regiments of the Army in the choice of good military music, I have commanded a collection of proven musical pieces to be prepared, and a set of them is to be supplied to each regiment.

The spirit of the parade ground certainly is in evidence in the performance of this work.

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2000 concert

New Colonial March Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
New England Suite

by Elliot Del Borgo (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
New York: 1927

by Warren Barker (BMI)

The "Roaring Twenties" were carefree and irresistible times. Fanciful technological developments - like the automobile, radio and sound motion pictures - were in their infancy and contributed to the excitement and jubilance of the day. Post-World War I "return to normalcy" was more of a call to stay out all night and party, for Americans were a people of few cares and great enthusiasms for wing-dings, carousing and mirthful sprees.

Peter Finley Dunne's Mr. Dooley philosophized about almost anything from behind the bar at his fictitious pub, and people flocked into movie houses to see - and hear - the first talkie, The Jazz Singer. While conservative Republicans retained control of congress and "Silent Cal" Coolidge occupied the White House, Americans were whooping it up with daffy abandon.

It was the time of all-night speakeasies and the glistening new Empire State Building; the New York Yankees "Murderer's Row" and the Algonquin Round Table; of Bessie Smith and Duke Ellington; of Clara Bow and Jimmy Cagney. Men in raccoon coats and baggy pants escorted women in knee-length dresses with feather boas and cloche hats. Fashion was all-important and fads came as quickly as they went, but no one seemed to care - life was just too good to have many cares.

New York: 1927 is a musical snapshot of this colorful and merry time. The opening Ragtime depicts its prosperous and carefree spirit. Blues rhapsodizes wistfully and whimsically in roaring twenties fashion. Manhattan Mayhem cleverly creates a typical busy street scene at a midtown intersection, perhaps at Fifth Avenue and Thirty-fourth street, as cars weave in and around, police whistles shriek in attempted jurisdiction, and a barrage of pedestrians scurry onward.

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
winter 2001 concert

No, No, Nanette
Selections for Concert Band

music by Vincent Youmans
arranged by Robert Russell Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Nobles Of the Mystic Shrine
(March)

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frederick Fennell

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
spring 2017 concert
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
"Norma"
Overture

by V. Bellini
arranged by L.P. Laurendeau

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
North Bay Vistas

by Robert W. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
winter 2017 concert
North Bridge Portrait

by Steph Bulla (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
North-South College All Stars
March

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Northern Nocturne

by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
The Nutmeggers
(March)

by Eric Osterling

The Nutmeggers was the first of several popular marches by Osterling to be published and to catch the fancy of the bandsmen and their audiences. All have a unique, lively, and cheerful sound. The title for this march came from one of the two nicknames of Osterling's home state, Connecticut. The early Connecticut traders were said to have sold wooden nutmegs for real ones.

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
spring 1998 concert

October

by Eric Whitacre

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
The Officer Candidate March
(Fahnenjunker Marsch)

by Carl Teike
edited by J. R. Watson

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
The Official West Point March

by Philip Egner

This military academy march, written in 1928, consists of songs sung by the cadets at West Point, linked by well-known bugle calls. Included are: On Brave Old Army Team, Alma Mater, The Corps, Recall, West Point Song, Taps, and Dashing White Sergeant.
Oklahoma!
(Selection For Concert Band)

music by Richard Rodgers
words by Oscar Hammerstein II
arranged by Eric Leidzen

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
The Old Grumbly Bear

by Julius Fucik
arranged by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
Old Ironsides March

by J. William Middendorf II
symphonic band setting by Jay Chattaway

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
summer 2003 concerts
Selections from "Oliver!"

by Lionel Bart
arranged by Norman Leyden

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
spring 2002 concert
Olympia Hippodrome March

by R. Alexander

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
Olympiada

music by Samuel R. Hazo

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
winter 2014 concert
On the Greenway

by Ed Kimbrough

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
On the Mall
March

by Edwin Franko Goldman
edited by Edward S. Lisk

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
winter 2017 concert
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
On The Square
March

by Frank A. Panella
arranged by Loras John Schissel (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
One Voice

words and music by Barry Manilow
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Original Dixieland Concerto

by John Warrington

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
An Original Suite
For Military Band

by Gordon Jacob

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
summer 2000 concerts
Oro Quemado

by William E. Rhoads

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Orpheus in the Underworld
Overture on Themes from the Operetta

by Jacques Offenbach
transcribed by Clark McAlister
edited by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
Our Director

by F. E. Bigelow
arranged by James Swearingen

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Overture "1812"

by P. Tschaikowsky
arranged by Mayhew L. Lake

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Overture De Sonora

by James D. Ployhar

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Overture For Winds

by Charles Carter

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
Overture In B flat

by Caesar Giovannini
scored for Band by Wayne Robinson

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
summer 2006 concerts
winter 2006 concert
Overture In E flat

by Charles Carter

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
winter 2004 concert
Pablo!

by Richard Meyer

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Palomar
Symphonic March

by Robert H. Pearson

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
Pas Redouble
(Double-Quick Step)

by Camille Saint-Saens
transcribed for Concert Band by Arthur Frackenpohl

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
Passacaglia in C Minor

music by J.S. Bach
transcribed by L.W. Chidester

Performed at:
winter 2003 concert
The Pathfinder Of Panama
March

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Frank Byrne

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
The Patriot

music by John Williams
arranged by John Moss

This is the main musical theme from the film The Patriot.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert

Pavanne
from Symphonette No. 2

by Morton Gould

This is one of the rare pieces which was transcribed from the original orchestral version to the band version by the composer himself. Many will recognize this as one of the most popular instrumental tunes of the 1950's.

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
summer 1998 concerts
winter 1998 concert

Peacemaker
March

by Karl L. King
arranged by James Swearingen

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Persuasion

by Sammy Nestico

 
Perthshire Majesty

by Samuel R. Hazo

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
Selections From The Phantom Of the Opera

music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
summer 2001 concerts
Pineapple Poll
Suite from the Ballet

based on the Music of Arthur Sullivan
arranged by Charles Mackerras
arranged for military band by W. J. Duthoit, A.R.C.M.

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
summer 1999 concerts
spring 1999 concert
Pirates Of The Caribbean
(Symphonic Suite)

music by Klaus Badelt
arranged by John Wasson

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Selections from "The Pirates of Penzance"

by Arthur Sullivan
arranged by John Philip Sousa
modern edition by Keith Brion

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
Plymouth Trilogy

by Anthony Iannaccone

  • Overture
  • Reflection
  • Carrousel (Rag)
Plymouth Trilogy was commissioned by the Michigan Council of the Arts and Plymouth Arts Council in 1982 for the Plymouth Middle School Band. Plymouth Trilogy is in a lighter vein than most other works by the composer. It is tuneful throughout the course of its three contrasting movements. The Overture is a simple march which presents its melodic material in a fragments before assembling them into a complete theme, heard first as a saxophone solo. Reflection and Carrousel transform thematic material from the Overture to create, respectively, contemplative and carefree (sprightly) movements. The Carrousel, in particular, summarizes the straight-forward tonal and melodic character of the suite.
Poet And Peasant

by Fr.v. Suppe
arranged by M.C. Meyrelles

Performed at:
spring 2003 concert
Polonaise for Piccolo

 
The Pops Polka

by Arthur Fiedler and Jack Mason
arranged by Richard Maltby

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Porgy and Bess

words and music by George Gershwin, Du Bose and Dorothy Heyward and Ira Gershwin
arranged by James Barnes

This centennial tribute to George Gershwin is an overture on themes for the America musical masterpiece. Selections include: I Got Plenty o' Nuttin', It Ain't Necessarily So, Summertime, Crab Man, and Bess, You is My Woman Now.

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
winter 2012 concert
winter 1999 concert

Porgy and Bess
Selection

music by George Gershwin
arranged for Concert Band by Russell Bennett

Performed at:
winter 2008 concert
PRELUDE and FUGUE in F minor

by Houston Bright

Performed at:
winter 2011 concert
summer 2004 concerts
winter 2004 concert
Prelude and Rondo

by David R. Holsinger

Performed at:
spring 2006 concert
Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo
For Symphonic Band

by Malcolm Arnold
arranged by John P. Paynter

Performed at:
winter 2011 concert
The President's March
for Band

by Victor Herbert
arranged by Ronald J. Dieker

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
The President's March

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
winter 2015 concert
Prestissimo

by Karl L. King
arranged by James Swearingen

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
The Pride Of the Wolverines
March

by John Philip Sousa

 
Procession of the Nobles

 
Procession Of the Sardar
from "Caucasion Sketches"

by Ippolitov-Ivanov
arranged by Dale W. Eymann

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
The Producers
the new MEL BROOKS musical

music and lyrics by Mel Brooks
arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
The Purple Carnival
March

by Harry L. Alford
edited and with revisions by Frank Erickson

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Puszta

by Jan Van der Roost

Performed at:
winter 2019 concert
Radetzky March

Performed at:
winter 2009 concert
summer 1997 concerts
"Ragged Rozey"

by Karl L. King
arranged for Concert Band by John Boyd

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
summer 2002 concerts
Highlights from "Ragtime"

by Robert W. Smith

One of Broadway's newest and most lavish productions is based on E. L. Doctorow's novel of the same title. It is heralded as a truly American musical. Smith's medley features the title tune, Ragtime, along with Buffalo Nickel Photoplay, Inc., Sarah Brown Eyes, and Wheels of a Dream.
Raymond
(The Queen's Secret)
Overture

by Ambr. Thomas
arranged by V.F. Safranek

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
Recorded by Sinatra

arranged by Warren Barker

The passing of Frank Sinatra was the end of one of the longest and most prolific eras in American popular music. It has been argued that Sinatra almost single-handedly put an end to the big band era. Prior to his arrival, the band was the attraction and the singer merely another member. Frank changed that forever. This arrangement features: High Hopes, Young at Heart, Love is the Tender Trap, Love and Marriage, and My Kind of Town.

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1999 concerts
winter 1999 concert

The Redwoods

by Rossano Galante

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Reflective Mood

by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
winter 2006 concert
summer 2003 concerts
El Relicario
Paso Doble

by Jose Padilla
arranged by Robert Longfield

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Music from "Rent"

 
Rhapsody For Flute

by Stephen Bulla (ASCAP)

This concert piece for flute soloist and band is divided into three sections. A fast opening theme provides the soloist with a rhythmic melody that evolves into a slower and more expressive middle section. Here too the band has ample opportunity to display a full and warm sensitivity with the music. This section concludes with a brief cadenza for solo flute supported by sustained woodwind harmony. The final section is quick and light-hearted, becoming an energetic finale to this original composition.
Rhosymedre

by Ralph Vaughan Williams
arranged for band by Walter Beeler

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
Riders For the Flag

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Frederick Fennell

Sousa was a devoted horseman, a dedicated rider, hence his musical interest in the colorful cavalry units of the U.S. Army. The galloping figure, the rhythm of massed hooves resulting from the motions of horses on the move presented him with the six-eight patterns that are so compellingly set forth in this wonderful march. Interestingly enough, Sousa's love of horses led him to purchase a beautiful black Arabian steed which he called Aladdin. No magic servant, this horse threw him, wrenching his right shoulder and causing him thence-forwards to adopt a conducting style in which he swung his arm from the elbow rather than the shoulder.

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 1999 concerts

Riffin' the Blues

by Zane Van Auken

 
Rings Of Fire

by Frank Erickson

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Rise And Shine!
Concert March for Band

by Donald I. Moore

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Rise Of The Firebird

by Steven Reineke

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
River of Life

by Steve Reineke

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
Riverdance

by Bill Whelan
arranged by Carl Strommen

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
Rolipops

by Jean-Francois Michel

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Root Beer Rag

music by Billy Joel
arranged by Michael Sweeney

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
spring 2013 concert
The Royal Welch Fusiliers
March

by John Philip Sousa

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Russian Christmas Music
for Symphonic Band

by Alfred Reed

 
Symphonic Suite from "Return of the Jedi"

 
Sabre and Spurs
March of the American Cavalry

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
Salutation March Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Salute To American Jazz

arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
winter 2014 concert
Salute to Broadway

arranged by Carl Strommen

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
Salute To the Colors

by Bert Anthony and Karl L. King
adapted by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
winter 2017 concert
Salute To the Patriots

by James D. Ployhar (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
Salute To Richard Rodgers

arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Satchmo!
(A Tribute To Louis Armstrong)

arranged by Ted Ricketts

 
Satiric Dances
for a comedy by Aristophanes
for Concert Band

by Norman Dello Joio

This piece was commissioned in commemoration of the Bicentennial of April 19, 1775 by the Concord Band of Concord, Massachusetts. Its first movement, Allegro pesante, is weighty and intense, often displaying a sinister quality. The second movement, Adagio mesto, is slippery and lyrical, rife with chromatic motion to keep the tonality intentionally ambiguous. In the center section it becomes plaintive and tuneful, then it fades away as it began. The final movement, Allegro spumante, is frenetic and exciting, using the repeated sixteenth notes to set the listeners on the edge of their seats, then delivering an explosion to push them back.

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 2000 concerts
spring 2000 concert

Sax-Soliloquy

by David Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Scalawag
Novelette For Band

by Ferde Grofe

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
spring 2006 concert
Scenes From "The Louvre"
based on Ancient Airs

by Norman Dello Joio

Performed at:
winter 2005 concert
Scootin' On Hardrock
Three Short Scat-Jazzy Dances

by David R. Holsinger (ASCAP)

Performed at:
spring 2019 concert
A Scottish Portrait

by James Swearingen

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
Scottish Rhapsody

by William E. Rhoads

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Sea Songs

by R. Vaughan Williams

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
winter 2014 concert
Second Suite for Military Band in F major

by Gustav Holst

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2012 concerts
winter 2012 concert
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
Seeds of Revolution

by Daniel P. Lutz

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
winter 2014 concert
summer 2013 concerts
Selections from Wicked

music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
spring 2018 concert
Semper Fidelis

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Send in the Clowns

by Stephen Sondheim
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Serenade
(for Wind Band)

by Derek Bourgeois

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
Serenade For a Picket Fence

composed & arranged by Norman Leyden

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
Seventy Six Trombones

by Meredith Willson
arranged by Leroy Anderson

Leroy Anderson, the great Boston Pops composer/arranger, created this version of the classic march from The Music Man for the Pops and it was adapted for the concert band by Jay Bocook. The meter changes and Anderson uses snippets of well known marches as counter-melodies throughout. He features the trombone section extensively, doing lots of trombone stuff near the end of the piece. Anderson was particularly pleased to include the famous piccolo solo from The Stars and Stripes Forever in this arrangement because Meredith Willson served as the piccolo player in the Sousa band for many years.

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
summer 1998 concerts

Seventy Six Trombones

by Meredith Willson
arranged by Ted Ricketts

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
arranged by Will Schaefer

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
Shades Of Blue
A "Blues" Medley for Band

paraphrased by Ross Hastings

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Shall We Dance?

arranged by Akira Miyagawa

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2001 concert
Sheltering Sky

by John Mackey

Performed at:
winter 2016 concert
Shenandoah
(for Concert Band)

by Frank Ticheli

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
Shepherd's Hey Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Highlights from "Showboat"

 
The Silver Quill

composed by Dale Harpham and Sammy Nestico
arranged by Sammy Nestico

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
Silver Shadow
(Concert March)

by Alfred Reed
edited by Frederick Fennell

Alfred Reed grew up in a musical home in Manhattan; he was well acquainted with most of the standard symphonic and operatic repertoire while still in elementary school. Beginning formal music training at the age of ten, he studied trumpet and was playing professionally while still in high school. Reed became deeply interested in band music while a member of the 529th Army Air Force Band during World War II, producing nearly 100 compositions and arrangements for the band before leaving the service. After the war, he studied with Vittorio Giannini at the Julliard School of Music and in 1948 began composing and arranging radio, television and film music for NBC, and later, ABC.

Reed's academic degrees were earned at Baylor University, while he was conductor of the university orchestra, and he has an honorary doctorate from the International Conservatory of Music at Lima, Peru. In 1966, he was appointed to the position of professor of Music at the University of Miami. With over 200 published works, Reed is one of the nation's most prolific and frequently performed composers. Silver Shadow was commissioned by and dedicated to the Kuwana Wind Orchestra for the 25th anniversary of its founding.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2000 concerts
winter 2000 concert

Silverado

by Bruce Broughton
arranged by Randol Bass

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
Sinatra!

arranged by Stephen Bulla

Performed at:
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
Sinatra in Concert Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
The Sinfonians
Symphonic March

by Clifton Williams

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
Slavonic Dances

by Elliot Del Borgo (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
Sleep

by Eric Whitacre

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
Smiling Voices

 
A Somerset Rhapsody

by Gustav Holst
transcribed for Symphonic Band by Clare Grundman

This rhapsody was written in 1906 at the request of Cecil Sharp, to whom it is dedicated, and is founded on folk songs collected by Sharp in Somerset. The first is The Shearing Song, a long pastoral melody, followed by a marching song, High Germany ("O Polly, love, O Polly, the rout has now begun and we must march away at the beating of the drum"). The third melody is The Lover's Farewell. The climax of the piece is reached with a reprise of High Germany followed by another tune to the same words. The Farewell is repeated, and as the music becomes quieter, the opening Shearing Song reappears. At one point this is combined with the second Germany tune. As the latter dies away, the piece ends softly as it began.

Performed at:
winter 2016 concert
winter 2009 concert
winter 2004 concert
winter 1998 concert

Songs For America

by Irving Berlin
arranged by James Swearingen

 
Songs of Old Kentucky

by Brant Karrick

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
Songs Of Sailor and Sea

by Robert W. Smith

Songs of Sailor and Sea was commissioned by and dedicated to Lieutenant Commander John R. Pastin and the United States Navy Band. The piece was composed in the late summer and fall of 1996 and was premiered at the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic in December of the same year.

This work celebrates man's eternal fascination with the sea and the centuries of seamen who have battled its powerful waves and mysterious depths. The composition is comprised of three settings, reminiscent of the sounds and images one might encounter when sailing the oceans of the world. Following the introduction, the composer has created a Sea Chanty. Chanties, historically speaking, were songs sung by sailors to the rhythm of their movements while working. The composer has combined the chanty with shipboard sounds including the crashing of waves and the raising of the anchor with its massive chain.

The second setting is entitled Whale Song. Using a three-note motif actually sung by a humpback whale, the composer has woven together a beautiful melodic line accompanied by the natural sounds of the whale. The percussion have been creatively scored to capture the effect of the whale singing its song of life.

The final section of the work is entitled Racing the Yankee Clipper. This is composed in tribute to the American clipper ships which established dominance on the high seas in the early to mid 1800s. These graceful and beautiful vessels established amazing speed records, some of which were not broken until as late as 1989. The exuberance and exhilaration the sailors must have felt when flying these great ships across the seas was the motivating force behind the creation of this setting.

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
spring 1998 concert

Sonority
Concert March

by Peter Riedemann

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Highlights From Sophisticated Ladies

arranged for band by John Cacavas

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
The Sounds Of Hollywood

arranged by John Higgins

 
The Sound of Music
(Selection For Concert Band)

words by Oscar Hammerstein II
music by Richard Rodgers
arranged by Robert Russell Bennett

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
spring 2005 concert
summer 2001 concerts
spring 2001 concert
Sound Off

by John Philip Sousa
edited by John R. Bourgeois

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
winter 2006 concert
"Sound Off"
March

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Keith Brion

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Sousa!
A Modern Tribute To The World's March King, John Philip Sousa

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
South Pacific
(Symphonic Scenario)

lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
music by Richard Rodgers
arranged for orchestra by Robert Russell Bennett
adapted for concert band by R. Mark Rogers

When South Pacific opened at the Majestic Theatre in New York on April 7, 1949, the team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein were well established as the most innovative team writing for the Broadway stage. At that time, the streets of America were filled with men who had only a few years before been exposed to the horrors of a World War which had resulted in the greatest loss of life and most incredible barbarity in all of human history. Rodgers and Hammerstein turned to James Michener's non-fiction memoir of the war, Tales of the South Pacific, and drawing upon several different story lines, created a charming musical comedy that brought the human face of the war to the stage while not ignoring the tragedy of the disruption of lives that the war brought about. The musical also broke new ground by pairing one of the most unlikely pairs in history as the main romantic interest, a young American girl from Weatherford, Texas, Mary Martin, and the international opera star Ezio Pinza. The musical won the Pulitzer Prize in 1950, and ran for 1,925 performances.

This adaption of the Symphonic Scenario has been faithfully transcribed from the masterful orchestral score that Robert Russell Bennett constructed in 1949.

Performed at:
spring 2014 concert
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
winter 2000 concert

Spanish Fever

by Jay Chattaway

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
Spanish Holiday

 
Spirals of Light

by Sean O'Loughlin

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
summer 2008 concerts
winter 2008 concert
Spitfire!

by Gary P. Gilroy

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
St. Louis Blues

by W.C. Handy
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
spring 2011 concert
Stan Kenton In Concert

arranged by Wayne Scott

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Star Spangled Spectacular

by George M. Cohan
arranged by John Cacavas

The music of George M. Cohan has become synonymous with America and the Great White Way of Broadway. This medley includes: Mary's a Grand Old Name, Give My Regards to Broadway, Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway, Yankee Doodle Dandy, and You're a Grand Old Flag.

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 1997 concerts

Suite Francaise
For Band

by Darius Milhaud

Performed at:
winter 2013 concert
Sunflower Slow Drag

by Scott Joplin and Scott Hayden
arranged by John R. Bourgeois

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
spring 2014 concert
A Symphonic Celebration

by Robert Sheldon

Performed at:
winter 2020 concert
Symphonic Suite from Star Trek

by Michael Giacchino, Alexander Courage and Gene Roddenberry
arranged by Jay Bocook

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
The Stars and Stripes Forever

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Keith Brion

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2014 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2012 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
summer 2006 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
spring 2002 concert
summer 2001 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
The Strategic Air Command March

by Clifton Williams

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
Strike Up the Band

music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
Suite of Old American Dances

by Robert Russell Bennett

This suite, composed in 1950, is an original composition for band in which the composer seeks to set the mood of a Saturday night barn dance with all the gaiety which festivity demands, recalling several of the characteristic dances remembered from childhood. The goal is achieved in a genuine pice of music, not a novelty as one might expect form the setting. Bennett has described the music as "native American dance forms...treated in a 'riot' of instrumentation colors", and the composition is distinguished by superb effectiveness of instrumental writing and facile flow of musical ideas.

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
winter 2017 concert
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
summer 1998 concerts

Sukiyaki

music by Hachidai Nakamura
arranged by Masamicz Amano

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
Summertime
from Porgy and Bess

by George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin
arranged by Calvin Custer

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
spring 2007 concert
Sun Dance

by Frank Ticheli

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
summer 2005 concerts
Sunburst
Concert March for Band

by Eric Osterling

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
Swedish Folk Marsch

by William E. Rhoads

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Swing Bolero

by Paul Yoder

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Swing's the Thing

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2016 concerts
winter 2016 concert
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
For Concert Band

by Steve Rouse

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
winter 2005 concert
Symphonic Dance No. 2
"The Maskers"

by Clifton Williams

Performed at:
spring 2006 concert
Symphonic Dance No. 3
"Fiesta"

by Clifton Williams

Performed at:
winter 2016 concert
summer 2006 concerts
The Symphonic Gershwin
An American In Paris, Cuban Overture and Rhapsody In Blue

by George Gershwin
arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
A Symphonic Prelude
based on Black is the Color
of My True Love's Hair

by Alfred Reed

This authentic American folk song has been traced back to about 1740 in the Tennessee area of the Appalachian mountains. In ten short bars of music and lyrics, an unknown writer of that period captured an entire world of local color and feeling which has captivated listeners ever since. The Symphonic Prelude takes the original melody as the basis for an elaborate chorale prelude, set for the concert winds as a work in its own right, not merely as an arrangement of the tune itself.

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
spring 2011 concert
summer 1998 concerts
winter 1998 concert

Symphonic Suite from Lord of the Rings
The Fellowship of the Ring

arranged by Victor Lopez

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Symphonic Variations On Amazing Grace

by Claude T. Smith (ASCAP)

Performed at:
spring 2006 concert
Symphony nr. 1 "The Lord of the Rings"
I "Gandalf"
- The Wizard -

by Johan de Meij

Performed at:
winter 2012 concert
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
Symphony nr. 1 "The Lord of the Rings"
V "Hobbits"

by Johan de Meij

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2013 concert
summer 2002 concerts
spring 2002 concert
A Symphony Of Sit-Coms

arranged by Paul Jennings

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
Tales From the Vienna Woods
Waltz

by Johann Strauss
arranged by Julius S. Seredy

 
Tango For Band

composed for band by Glenn Osser

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2002 concerts
Tenth Regiment March Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Them Basses
A March

by G. H. Huffine

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Theme and Tirade

by Richard L. Saucedo

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
Theme From Angela's Ashes

by John Williams
arranged by John Moss

John Moss does an excellent job of arranging John Williams's beautiful melodies from the score of the film Angela's Ashes.

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
spring 2010 concert
winter 2001 concert

Theme From "Schindler's List"

composed by John Williams
arranged by Calvin Custer

Performed at:
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
Themes From "Green Bushes"
Passacaglia on an English Folksong

by Percy Aldridge Grainger
arranged by Larry D. Daehn

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1999 concerts
Themes Like Old Times

arranged by Warren Barker

Themes Like Old Times is a play on words which sets the mood for this lively medley of all-time favorites from the early 1900's. Alexander's Ragtime Band, Peg O' My Heart, I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, and 12th Street Rag are the five songs included in this wonderful arrangement by one of today's premier arrangers of music for the concert band. This work was commissioned by the Camden (South Carolina) Community Concert Band, Pat Wylie, director.

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
spring 2006 concert
summer 1997 concerts

Themes Like Old Times II

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2015 concert
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1998 concerts
Themes Like Old Times III

arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Third Suite

by Robert E. Jager

  • March
  • Waltz
  • Rondo
The Suite is a tuneful work for band, yet it has built into it certain elements which provide a challenge for the players and conductor, as well as added interest for the listener. In the first movement, for example, the steady feel and rhythm of a march are somewhat distorted by measures of unequal time values. In the waltz the same kind of distortion of time occurs, but now it is the familiar 3/4 measure which receives the treatment. Color and contrast are an added important feature in this movement. Near the end of the waltz, the opening flute theme is repeated and cut short, before the movement closes with a spirited coda. The rondo is in a typical ABACABA form. The mood shifts from major to minor, and soloist are used to contrast the full ensemble sound. The last B section is actually a developmental section incorporating all three themes of the movement. After a loud timpani crash, the final A is heard presto. This builds to a climactic finale based on the five note introduction.

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
winter 2018 concert
winter 2010 concert
summer 1999 concerts
winter 1999 concert

A Thousand Winds Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Thoughts of Love Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Three Irish Dances

by James Curnow (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
The Three Trumpeters

by G. Agostini
arranged by Glenn Cliffe Bainum

 
Thunder and Blazes

 
The Thunderer
March

by John Philip Sousa

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
spring 2009 concert
summer 2006 concerts
spring 2006 concert
summer 2003 concerts
Ticonderoga
(March)

by Leroy Anderson

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
Tico-Tico

music by Zequinha Abreu
arranged by Dick Kent

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Ticino
March for Concert Band

by Pietro Damiani

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Tidewater
(Concert March)

by Eric Osterling (ASCAP)

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
Titanic Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Toboggan Ride

by Stan Applebaum

Performed at:
winter 2007 concert
Toccata

by Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1644)
arranged for band by Earl Slocum

A toccata is a rhapsodic form of instrumental music. Originally written for the organ, it was essentially a solo piece which was improvised. The name toccata indicates that it was conceived as a touch piece characterized by rhapsodic sections with sustained chords, scale passages, and broken figuration. The present toccata consists of three sections with tempos of slow, fast, and slow. The rhapsodic beginning and closing sections enclose a quick meddle section, featuring French horns, based on a development of a tuneful fanfare motive. The subject is treated antiphonally and is varied continually through the addition of new counter-subjects and accompaniments. The movement concludes with a short, fast coda.

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
winter 2005 concert
summer 1998 concerts
spring 1998 concert

Toccata Marziale

by R. Vaughan Williams

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
winter 2006 concert
Tony Bennett
Unplugged

arranged by Peter Ippolito

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
Torch Of Freedom
(Concert March)

by Warren Barker (BMI)

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
A Touch of Cohan
(Concert Miniatures)

arranged by Stan Applebaum

 
A Touch Of Tuba

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
Transformations

by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
A Tribute To Harold Arlen

arranged by James Kessler

Performed at:
summer 2006 concerts
spring 2006 concert
Tribute To Irving Berlin

music by Irving Berlin
arranged by Warren Barker

 
A Tribute To Judy Garland

arranged by Bill Holcombe

 
A Tribute To Stephen Foster

arranged by Sammy Nestico

Stephen Collins Foster was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on the 4th of July, 1826. No program of American songs would be complete without the music of this incomparable composer, for he stands among the foremost composers for everyone who treasures the American musical heritage. His songs have spanned the years, and are still sung throughout every section of our great country. His works contain mixed emotions of humor and a fervent expression of sadness that was truly symbolic of his life. A great melodist, he left us a treasury of over 125 songs. It is a collection notable for its musical content, and is filled with the nostalgia associated with our American history.

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
spring 2000 concert

Trilogy For Band

by Clifton Williams

As the title suggests, this work is in three movements of contrasting moods. It opens with a declamatory fanfare based upon a four-note motive which reoccurs in each movement. Following Declamation, the introduction, Elegy is a quiet, introspective mood, lyrical in nature and employing unusual lower woodwind colorings. Quickstep is a cheerful "hillbilly" march.
Trombonanza

by Cofield

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
summer 2010 concerts
summer 2007 concerts
The Trombone Rag

by John Higgins

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
spring 2019 concert
summer 2012 concerts
spring 2012 concert
Trombone Section
March

by W.P. Chambers
edited by Harold R. Gore

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Trooper's Tribunal

by Henry Fillmore
edited by Timothy Rhea

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Trumpeter's Lullaby

by ?

Performed at:
winter 2019 concert
The Twelve Gallon Hat

by Julie Giroux

Performed at:
spring 2018 concert
Under the Double Eagle
March

by J. F. Wagner

Performed at:
summer 2008 concerts
spring 2008 concert
summer 1999 concerts
Under the Sea

lyrics by Howard Ashman
music by Alan Menken
arranged by Jerry Nowak

from Walt Disney Pictures "The Little Mermaid"
Under The Star Of The Guard

by Ernst Stieberitz
arranged by J.R. Watson

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2005 concerts
The Universal Judgment
Symphonic Poem

by Camille De Nardis
arranged by Antonio E. Cafarella

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
Valdres

by Johannes Hanssen
arranged for Concert Band and Optional Antiphonal Trumpets by Glenn C. Bainum

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
winter 2004 concert
summer 2002 concerts
summer 1997 concerts
Valencia Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
summer 1998 concerts
The Vanished Army

by Kenneth J. Alford

Kenneth Alford is often hailed as the "March King" of Great Britain, and his compositions are known for their original style and melodic content. Written in 1918, this march is dedicated to the first 100,000 men who died in World War I. Not a brilliant march in color, it is rather somber and stirring in a quiet manner, serving as a reminder of those who gave their lives in the fight against tyranny. A portion of It's a Long Way to Tipperary may be heard at the end of the second strain.

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
summer 1997 concerts

Variations On an African Hymnsong Performed at:
summer 1998 concerts
Variations On a Korean Folk Song

by John Barnes Chance

Performed at:
spring 2006 concert
Variations On a Shaker Melody
from Appalachian Spring

by Aaron Copland

The centennial of Copland's birth was celebrated in November 2000. He is often singled out as the "dean of American music". This set of five variations on the Shaker melody "Simple Gifts" is an excerpt from the composer's score to the ballet Appalachian Spring. The scenario of the ballet is a simple presentation of a Pennsylvania house-warming party in the Appalachian mountains by a Shaker man and his wife in pioneer times. The Variations, which is section seven of the ballet, is subtitled Scenes of Daily Activity for the Bride and her Farmer-Husband.

Vaxuosity
Trumpet Solo with Band

by Phil Field

 
Vesuvius
For Concert Band

by Frank Ticheli

Performed at:
spring 2011 concert
Victory At Sea
Symphonic Scenario
for concert band

composed by Richard Rodgers

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
summer 2002 concerts
winter 2002 concert
Vigils Keep

by Julie Giroux

Performed at:
winter 2013 concert
The Viking
March

by Karl L. King
arranged by Andrew Glover

Performed at:
summer 2013 concerts
winter 2013 concert
La Virgen de la Macarena

arranged by Charles Koff

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
winter 2019 concert
Vista Caribbean

by James D. Ployhar (ASCAP)

 
Viva Musica!
(A Concert Overture for Winds)

by Alfred Reed

Performed at:
winter 2006 concert
Vocaloid

by Kurousa
arranged by Seiji Miyagawa

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
Die Wacht am Rhein, Marsch

by Franz von Blon
edited by Chas. A. Wiley

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2001 concerts
Die Wachtparade

by H.L. Blankenburg Op. 103
edited by J.R. Watson

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 1999 concerts
The Walking Frog
Two-step

by K.L. King
arranged by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
summer 2003 concerts
winter 2003 concert
War March and Battle Hymn Of the Vikings

 
Washington Grays
March

by Claudio S. Grafulla
arranged by G. H. Reeves
edited by Tommy J. Fry

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
Washington Grays
March

by C. S. Grafulla

Performed at:
summer 2009 concerts
summer 2004 concerts
Washington Greys
March

by Claudio S. Grafulla
arranged by Loras J. Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
summer 2013 concerts
The Washington Post
March

by John Philip Sousa
arranged by Brion/Schissel

Performed at:
summer 2016 concerts
spring 2016 concert
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Washington Post March

by John Philip Sousa

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
spring 2003 concert
Water Music Suite

by George Frederick Handel
arranged by Hershy Kay

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
Way down Yonder in New Orleans

by Harry Creamer and J. Layton
arranged by Jerry Nowak

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
winter 2010 concert
We Are The World

by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie
arranged by Mikio Gohma

Performed at:
summer 2010 concerts
Welcome To Beijing

Performed at:
summer 2003 concerts
summer 2000 concerts
West Side Story
Selection

lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
music by Leonard Bernstein
arranged for band by W.J. Duthoit

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
spring 2018 concert
summer 2011 concerts
winter 2011 concert
Westminster Bridge

by Elliot A. Del Borgo

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
spring 2004 concert
When I Fall In Love

words by Edward Heyman
music by Victor Young
arranged by Michael Brown

 
When The Saints Go Marching In

arranged by Naohiro Iwai

 
William Byrd Suite

by Gordon Jacob

  • The Earle of Oxford's March
  • Pavana
  • Jhon come kiss me now
  • The Mayden's Song
  • Wolsey's Wilde
  • The Bells
In 1923 Gordon Jacob contributed to the tercentenary of William Byrd's death with a sensitive setting of six pieces from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book which he entitled Suite: William Byrd. The pieces were selected from the seventy in the book because they seemed appropriate to the tonal framework of the British military band. The first movement is taken from a collection of keyboard pieces which Byrd conceived as a single work titled The Battell. The stately magnificence of this steadily measured music captures the great dignity of distinguished personage. Movement two, slow and sustained with its long, arching lines, contains especially eloquent writing for the winds. Movement three has that harmonic charm and rhythmic vitality that is so much a part of the English madrigal and keyboard style of Byrd's time; it is a set of seven variations on an eight-bar tune. The fourth movement begins simply enough for a unison of brasses, then unfolds its steady contrapuntal and figurative development toward a masterful agglomeration of sounds that Jacob distributes with affectionate regard for the original. Movement five displays the suppleness that Byrd often brought to pieces of limited harmonic possibilities through skillful and imaginative play on that restriction. Jacob adds the element of instrumental texture to point out Byrd's implied dynamic contrasts. The suite concludes with The Bells (Variations on a Ground), in which a simple two-note rising figure persists without interruption and above which is unfolded, in gathering momentum, a set of variations built upon the limited sounds of bells all keyed in B-flat.
William Tell
Overture

by Gioacchino Antonio Rossini
arranged by Erik W. G. Leidzen

Performed at:
summer 2005 concerts
Winter Dances

by Brian Balmages

Performed at:
summer 2015 concerts
winter 2015 concert
With Pleasure
An Original Rag
(Dance Hilarious)

by John Philip Sousa
edited by Robert E. Foster

Performed at:
summer 2007 concerts
winter 2007 concert
The Wizard Of Oz

words and music by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg
arranged for symphonic band by James Barnes

Performed at:
summer 2019 concerts
The Woodwind Polka

arranged by Andy Clark

Performed at:
summer 2004 concerts
"Ye Banks And Braes O Bonnie Doon"
Scottish Folk-song

by Percy Aldridge Grainger

Performed at:
summer 2018 concerts
summer 2009 concerts
winter 2009 concert
summer 2005 concerts
Yorkshire March

by Ron Goodwin
arranged by Warren Barker

Performed at:
summer 2017 concerts
Zueignung
(Dedication)

by Richard Strauss, Op. 10 No. 1
arranged by Albert Oliver Davis

Performed at:
summer 2011 concerts
summer 2002 concerts

last modified on Sunday November 24th 2019 by Jeff Glass