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So...I posted twice, so I'm gonna use this extra post and list some pieces I really like. We had to make a list like this in my Methods class (the full class title is "Music Methods for the Elementary and Secondary Schools", basically music ed stuff.)

Here's the list I came up with:

First Suite in E-flat
Flag of Stars (my professor actually hadn't heard of this piece, and it shocked me!)
Postcard
Armenian Dances
October
Suite of Old American Dances
Symphonic Movement
Blue Shades
American Salute
Overture to "Candide"

Now, this list is pretty much based off of pieces I've played or atleast sightread, so it's kind of limited, but these are some of my favorite pieces out there for Wind Ensembles. 8-)

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b4Nd1sMyL1f3 wrote:
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Variations on a korean folk song
Folk song suite
Into the storm
Dedicatory overature
First suite in F


8-) :D 8-)


i believe u ment First suite in Eflat



uhm nope..

thats a good one too though....


Were you talking about a piece by Holst? If so...It's either First Suite in Eb or Second Suite in F. You could see where someone could get confused...


First Suite in F is by Thom Ritter George. he wrote it for the 50th anniversary of the U.S. navy band


Ok. It's just one of those confusing things...similar names, ya know? haha. Thanks for the clarification, though!!

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edbandchick wrote:
b4Nd1sMyL1f3 wrote:
edbandchick wrote:
Tu134 wrote:
San benito high trombone wrote:
Tu134 wrote:
Variations on a korean folk song
Folk song suite
Into the storm
Dedicatory overature
First suite in F


8-) :D 8-)


i believe u ment First suite in Eflat



uhm nope..

thats a good one too though....


Were you talking about a piece by Holst? If so...It's either First Suite in Eb or Second Suite in F. You could see where someone could get confused...


First Suite in F is by Thom Ritter George. he wrote it for the 50th anniversary of the U.S. navy band


Ok. It's just one of those confusing things...similar names, ya know? haha. Thanks for the clarification, though!!


no problem at all


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b4Nd1sMyL1f3 wrote:
edbandchick wrote:
b4Nd1sMyL1f3 wrote:
edbandchick wrote:
Tu134 wrote:
San benito high trombone wrote:
Tu134 wrote:
Variations on a korean folk song
Folk song suite
Into the storm
Dedicatory overature
First suite in F


8-) :D 8-)


i believe u ment First suite in Eflat



uhm nope..

thats a good one too though....


Were you talking about a piece by Holst? If so...It's either First Suite in Eb or Second Suite in F. You could see where someone could get confused...


First Suite in F is by Thom Ritter George. he wrote it for the 50th anniversary of the U.S. navy band


Ok. It's just one of those confusing things...similar names, ya know? haha. Thanks for the clarification, though!!


no problem at all


there are so many suites in this thread... i'm gonna need fillings

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Just thought of another one that was fun to play...

The Ten Commandments - Bernstein

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my favorite is Rocky Point Holiday
we are playing it this year
its intense


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my favorite is Rocky Point Holiday
we are playing it this year
its intense


Yeah, that Ron Nelson is greeeaat. We did it a few years back, and it was our audition piece for our school's wind ensemble. The clarinet part is not fun when you're worrying about placements!


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I love love love love Jae te a beaul

damn i cn't remember how to spell it. But its sweeeeeeeet

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J'ai ete au bal (Donald Grantham)


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thank you......

sweet song

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that it is. you guys doing the grantham piece and rocky point holiday?


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that it is. you guys doing the grantham piece and rocky point holiday?


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J'ai ete au bal (Donald Grantham)

I don't think I have heard this before. Does anyone have a recording they can post up?

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the best version is probably the north texas wind symphony if you can get your hands on it

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