Past Repertoire

2009-10

Repertoire 2009-10

Wednesday, October 7
“Bloc Party”
Boris Kozhevnikov: Symphony #3, Mvt. 1 “Slavyanskaya”
Karel Husa: Cheetah
Pavel Tschesnekov/Houseknecht: Salvation is Created
László Gulyás: Széki Muzsika featuring Richard Faria, clarinet
Reinhold Gliere: Solemn Overture for the 20th Anniversary of the October Revolution, op.72
Franco Cesarini: “Polegnala E Todora” from Bulgarian Dances, op. 35
Thomas Doss: Romanian Overture

Friday, November 6
“Musical Storytime”
Percy Aldridge Grainger: The Gum-Sucker’s March
Carter Pann: Hold That Boy and Listen
Johan De Meij: The Wind in the Willows 

Thursday, December 10
“Windband Classics”
Guest Conductor: Col. Michael Colburn
Michael Hennagin: Jubilee
Paul Richards: Passamezzo Antico
Gustav Holst: Hammersmith, Prelude and Scherzo
John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

 Wednesday, March 3
“American Tapestry”
Norman Dello Joio: Fantasies on a Theme by Haydn
Robert Russell Bennett: Suite of Old American Dances
Leonard Bernstein/Sweeney: Highlights from “Mass”
Frank Ticheli: Angels in the Architecture

Wednesday, March 31 at 7:30
Combined Concert with Horseheads HS Wind Ensemble
Christopher Tucker: Cement 13 (world premiere)
JS Bach/Moehlmann: Prelude and Fugue in d minor
Frank Ticheli: Cajun Folk Songs II
Alfred Reed: Hounds of Spring
Christoper Tucker: Gabrieli’s Trumpet

 Wednesday, April 28
“Legends and Heroes”
David Maslanka: Mother Earth Fanfare
Ralph Vaughan Williams/Gregson: Five Variants of “Dives and Lazarus”
Christopher Tucker: Gabrieli’s Trumpet
Dana Wilson: To Set the Darkness Echoing
Morton Gould: West Point Symphony

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