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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2007 8:38 pm 
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Wow Mr. S, "Boys of the Old Brigade"? Very nice, though rather uncharacteristic of LP/O, like you've told me, haha. You guys'll do great with it, I'm sure.

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Congratulations to the Poway bands who received unanimous superior ratings at the SCSBOA Poway Festival!

Rancho Bernardo Chamber Orchestra
Holberg Suite, Op. 40 (5 Movements) - Grieg

Westview Full Orchestra
Overture to the Magic Flute - Mozart
The Lord of the Rings - DeMeij

Poway Symphony Orchestra
Procession of the Nobles - Rimsky-Korsakoff
Capricio Espagnol - Rimsky-Korsakoff

Mount Carmel Symphony Orchestra
Overture to a Midsummer Night's Dream - Mendelssohn
Symphony in B Minor, 1st Movement - Schubert

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

Westview Wind Ensemble
Incantation and Dance - Chance
An American Elegy - Ticheli
Metroplex - Sheldon

Poway Wind Symphony
Spin Cycle - Lindroth
Symphonic Dance #3 - Williams

Mount Carmel Wind Ensemble
Finale from Symphony #5 - Shostakovich
Sonoran Desert Holiday - Nelson

Rancho Bernardo Wind Ensemble
Fantasy Variations on a Theme by Paganini - Barnes
Rocky Point Holiday - Nelson


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San Benito High School will be playing ,


Simoraine by Clive Barraclough arranged and transcribed for wind band by James R. Zuniga.

Second Prelude by George Gershwin

Third Suite (3rd movment only) by Robert Jager


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is there always this many bands doing the holst suites? I mean they're great pieces and all, but from what I understand because everybody and their mother and mother's mother knows them, they're pretty hard to play convincingly at festival.

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Jakob der ludner wrote:
is there always this many bands doing the holst suites?

Yes.

Jakob der ludner wrote:
I mean they're great pieces and all, but from what I understand because everybody and their mother and mother's mother knows them, they're pretty hard to play convincingly at festival.

Also yes. But they're fantastically written and they're pretty accesible to bands of all skill levels, from just "average" to amazing.


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