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Concert set for the season?

Post by Jakob der ludner » Sat Mar 10, 2007 12:47 am

Just wondering what everyone had on their table.

Burbank HS Wind Ensemble is doing the Holst First Suite in Eb and Bach Prelude and Fugue in F Minor
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Post by lowbrass89 » Sat Mar 10, 2007 1:30 pm

Loara 4th period band
Toccata Marziale- Ralph Vaughan Williams
Mannin Veen- Haydn Wood

Loara 3rd Period Band
In All its Glory-
Second Suite in F- Gustav Holst

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Post by PGOK » Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:37 pm

Livermore Symphonic Band:
Olympiada-Samuel Hazo
An American Elegy-Frank Ticheli
Night Dances-Bruce Yurko
Third Suite-Robert Jager

Livermore Concert Band:
Court of the Patriarchs-John O'Reilly
Country Wildflowers-Larry Daehn
Jubilance-James Swearingen

Livermore Combined Bands:
The Magnificent Seven-Bernstein/Phillippe
Journey Into Diablo Canyon-David Shafer
Music for a Darkened Theater-Elfman/Brown
The National Game-John Philip Sousa
Indian March-Edwin franko Goldman
March for fall 2007 (TBA)-

Livermore Chamber Strings:
Sinfonia in G-Fasch
Introit for Strings-Persichetti
Danza Da Ballo-Mosier
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik-Mozart
Mock Morris-Grainger/Dackow
Plink, Plank, Plunk!-Anderson

Livermore String Orchestra:
Two Icelandic Melodies-Svenden
Concerto in G Major-Vivaldi/Dackow
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Post by ZJH » Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:51 pm

Well, Mr. Mackey decided to do different sets for our competitions and our spring concert and other school performances. I guess we'll choose each set from the following pieces:


"American Overture for Band" by Joseph Willcox Jenkins
"October" by Eric Whitacre
"Children's March (Over the Hills and Far Away)" by Percy Aldridge Grainger
"Suite of Old American Dances" by Roger Bennet
"'Galop' from Moskow-Cheryomushki" by Dmitri Shostakovich
"Folk Song Suite" by Ralph Vaughan Williams
"La Oreja de Oro (Pasodoble Torero)" by Mariano San Miguel
"Dedicatory Overture" by Clifton Williams

And possibly some others, ending our spring concert with our march for this spring and next fall...

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Post by GL Falker » Tue Mar 13, 2007 8:44 pm

Music performed at last week's festival. Different repertoire for upcoming festivals and concerts.

Rancho Bernardo Concert Band II:
Fall River Overture-Sheldon
Gathering Places-La Plante
An English Sea Songs Suite-Sparke

Rancho Bernardo Concert Band I:
Madrigalum-Sparke
Chorale and Shaker Dance-Zedeklic

Rancho Bernardo Wind Ensemble:
Fanfare: Chronicles 13:8-Territo
J'ai ete au bal-Grantham
Rocky Point Holiday-Nelson

Rancho Bernardo Symphony Orchestra:
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber-Hindemith

Poway Concert Band:
Eternal Peaks-Smith
Walls of Zion-Danner
Trieste Overture-Deiro

Poway Symphonic Band:
When Honor Prevails-Swearingen
Crossing in Time-Sweeney
Cantus Jubilante-Shaffer

Poway Wind Ensemble:
Motion-Balmages
Contry Qui, Rose-Lauridsen
Metroplex-Sheldon

Poway Wind Symphony:
Second Suite in F-Holst
Symphonic Dance #3-Williams

Poway Symphony Orchestra:
Khovantchina-Mussourgsky
Mlada Procession of the Nobles-Rimsky-Korsakov

Mount Carmel Concert Band II:
TBA

Mount Carmel Concert Band I:
Whitewater Festival-Shaffer
Geneva Variations-Bulla
Sedona-Reineke

Mount Carmel Wind Ensemble II:
TBA

Mount Carmel Wind Ensemble I:
Symphony for Band-Persichetti

Mount Carmel Symphony Orchestra:
Carmen Suite #1-Bizet
TBA

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Post by uci_guy » Tue Mar 13, 2007 10:03 pm

Mt. Carmel Wind I will now be playing:
Shostakovich, 5th symphony
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Sonoran Desert Holiday, by Ron Nelson
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Post by Not2Cre8tive » Wed Mar 14, 2007 9:13 pm

DRHS Band
first suite in Eb
Cross Creek

DRHS Wind ensamble
First suite in F
Dedicitory overature
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Post by PGOK » Fri Mar 16, 2007 6:38 am

GL Falker wrote: Rancho Bernardo Symphony Orchestra:
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber-Hindemith

TBA
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Post by thegodfaughnder » Fri Mar 16, 2007 4:27 pm

PGOK wrote:
GL Falker wrote: Rancho Bernardo Symphony Orchestra:
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber-Hindemith

TBA
:drop:
that piece is so much fun to play.

There is a section in the 2nd movement where the whole band has a 3/2 measure except percussion and then all of a sudden, like 8 measures later, they have another 3/2 measure and the whole thing makes sense again.
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Post by Not2Cre8tive » Sat Mar 17, 2007 12:13 am

thegodfaughnder wrote:
PGOK wrote:
GL Falker wrote: Rancho Bernardo Symphony Orchestra:
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber-Hindemith

TBA
:drop:
that piece is so much fun to play.

There is a section in the 2nd movement where the whole band has a 3/2 measure except percussion and then all of a sudden, like 8 measures later, they have another 3/2 measure and the whole thing makes sense again.

sounds interesting.. :) where could someone find a recording of that :)
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Post by musicallife » Tue Mar 20, 2007 4:20 pm

McHenry Symphonic did the entire Messiah for the Holiday season! It was really long and we did it 4 times!
We also did Chester, When Jesus Wept, Second Suit, be Glad then America, Serenade, Trauermusik, and the Navy song.
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Post by madtown_malletenor07 » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:24 pm

Madera High Wind Ensemble

2nd Suite in F - Holst
Flight of the Griffen - B. Balmages

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Post by madtown_malletenor07 » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:25 pm

Madera High Wind Ensemble

2nd Suite in F - Holst
Flight of the Griffen - B. Balmages

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Post by Hostrauser » Sun Mar 25, 2007 2:48 pm

Not2Cre8tive wrote:sounds interesting.. :) where could someone find a recording of that :)
http://www.encoremusic.com/cd/8913610.html

Great CD.

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Post by JCYS » Tue Mar 27, 2007 3:54 pm

Las Plumas/Oroville Symphonic Band:
Boys of the Old Brigade (Chambers)
Perthshire Majesty (Hazo)
Goddess of Fire (Reinecke)

LPO Wind Ensemble:
Mercury (Van der Roost)
Spoon River (Grainger/Sheldon)
Trieste Overture (Diero/Daehn)
Tempered Steel (CR Young)

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