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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 9:52 am 
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So does anyone have any clue as to what you are playing for concert season? Any bands taking up Armenian Dancess By Alfred Reed? Well good luck on your music people...

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What pieces are you playing this year?


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ok well sence there is a thred started ill just ask my question here instead of starting a new one.. which kinda relates to the same topic.. durring the marching season the marching band forum is the most written in ((at least what i see)).. now that marching season is comeing to a close and concert/jazz band is starting up.. will the marjority of post be in this sectoin of the message board?

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El Dorado played Armenian Dances last year during concert season. I'm not sure what we're playing this year, but I also don't know if that answered your question? lol.

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We are currently playing holiday songs for our upcoming holiday concert (coincidence, i think not) I can't think of all of them but a few are, Sleigh Ride, Parade of Wooden Soldiers, Stars and Stripes for Christmas, On a Cold Winters Night, the Lighter Side of Christmas, and some more I cant think of.


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Yay for Sleigh Ride!
We're also playing A Christmas Festival, another Leroy Anderson piece that kicks major tushie, and then Farandole, Frosty the Snowman, A Christmas Hymn, Holiday Favorites, and something else...

I'll remember on stage. :D

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haha if you dont remember anyother time.. thats the time to remmber haha

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hehe, oddly enough, I remembered the other pieces right after i finished the entry. Hate when that happens, dont you? :lol: Anyway, the piece was "Hey Man, Christmas Swings" which I didn't play in, so it was ok. :D

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that sounds like a fun song.. :D

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TMRsaxyDM wrote:
that sounds like a fun song.. :D


Swing + Christmas song = sounds fun


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We're also doing Christmas songs, but none of them are really that great. The main ones we are working on is March of the Toys, Nutcracker suite, Winter holiday, and a few other medleys.

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hart is currently playing *in a velvety voice of favorite radio persona* all your chrismas favorites from a saucedo arrangement of silent night to away in a manger to the canadian brass' jolly old st. nick. good luck to all and happy holidays

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We played Armenian Dances in wind ensemble last year. It was ok. We sightread Sleigh Ride, it was fun:)

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