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This is what our Wind Ensemble is playing this year...


this fall:
whatsoever things-mark camphouse
marche slave-tchaikovsky

CBDA All State Convention-
Whirr Whirr Whirr
Whatsoever Things
Clowns
Twelve Seconds to the Moon
(Giligia)(not for CBDA but played at a concert in Feb.)
Marche Slave
Farewell to a Slavic Woman

WBA Regional Festival-
Clowns
Whatsoever Things
Whirr Whirr Whirr
Marche Slave
Farewell to a Slavic Woman

NCBA and CMEA Concert Festivals-
Puszta
Armenian Dances

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PantherBandFreak wrote:
This is what our Wind Ensemble is playing this year...


this fall:
whatsoever things-mark camphouse
marche slave-tchaikovsky

CBDA All State Convention-
Whirr Whirr Whirr
Whatsoever Things
Clowns
Twelve Seconds to the Moon
(Giligia)(not for CBDA but played at a concert in Feb.)
Marche Slave
Farewell to a Slavic Woman

WBA Regional Festival-
Clowns
Whatsoever Things
Whirr Whirr Whirr
Marche Slave
Farewell to a Slavic Woman

NCBA and CMEA Concert Festivals-
Puszta
Armenian Dances



Marche Slave is outstanding. I'd love to hear you guys play it. When and where are those performances?

Is your Armenian Dances the piece by Alfred Reed (inferior) or the two movement piece by Aram Khachaturian (superior)?


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Leighs wind ensemble is playing October by Eric Whitacre and to tame the perilous by david Holsinger for their trip to Carnegie Hall. both grade 6 pieces good luck guys. i wish our band could play those


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we'll be performing marche slave one last time at the Western Band Association Concert Festival Next Saturda, March 29th, in Long Beach. I don't know exactly where, but I know it's at a really great concert hall, and it might be on WBA's website but i'm not sure.
As for Armenian Dances, it's the "inferior" one. We haven't really started playing it yet, but we will next week. It's not one of my favorites, but it's ok. :)

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Ayala Concert band is playing:
The Seventh Day by (i don't remember) :oops: Sorry
Renaissance Suite by Curnow
Incantations by: W. Smith


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This year we have so far:
Lo, how a rose er blomming
march slave
irish tune from country derry
Porgy and bess melody

Plan to get later this year:
Planets (Mars, Venus, Jupiter)
rapsody blue (i know i spelled wrong forgive me)

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Let's see, here some stuff in my band folder right now:
Finale from Symphony in F Minor No.4 (Tschaikowsky)
Three Irish Dances (James Curnow)
St. Martin's Suite (Jan Van der Roost)
Overture to "Colas Breugnon" (Dmitri Kabalevsky)
El Salon Mexico (Aaron Copland)

I don't know which ones we will be playing for a concert.

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Some stuff in my folder:

Wind Ensemble:
Eternal Father, Strong to Save (Claude T. Smith)
The Hounds of Spring (Alfred Reed)
American Faces (David Holsinger)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Albert Hague, Arr. Larry Clark)
Sarabande (Claude Debussy, Arr. Robert E. Nelson)

Wind Symphony:
On a Southern Hymnsong (David Holsinger)
Shenandoah (Frank Ticheli)
Fate of the Gods (Steven Reineke)
Königsmarsch (Richard Strauss, Arr. Roger Barrett)
Amazing Grace (Frank Ticheli)
Chant and Jubilo (W. Francis McBeth)
Cajun Folk Songs (Frank Ticheli)

That's just what we have now, but I think were going to be playing more stuff next semester including Postcard and Vesuvius by Frank Ticheli in Wind Ensemble.


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Anybody played Variations on a Moravian Hymn by James/John Barnes Chance? We're playing it and I think its an amazing work.


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ya i haerd Mt. Carmel play Variants on a Moravian Hymn it's an amazing song, i love it. It's also pretty difficult.


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Chant and Jubilo f'n rocks! For the rest of the 1st semester, Sierra Vista's Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band are going to play Variations on a Shaker Melody (I have a duet with an oboe, and I get to play the Eb minor part!) and Washington Post. This is for someone's Senior Project, and he chose these 2 pieces. I don't know what other pieces we will be doing, WE and SB together and separate.


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