The 1995-1996 Concert Season

First Season

June 15, 1995: Premiere concert at Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

  • Ferenc Erkel: Hunyadi Induló (Hungarian March)
  • David Holsinger: On A Hymnsong of Philip Bliss
  • Gustav Holst: Suite in E-flat for Military Band
  • arr. Robert Russell Bennett: My Fair Lady
  • William P. Latham: Brighton Beach
  • Richard Wagner: Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral
  • arr. Warren Barker: Selections from Les Miserables
  • Clare Grundman: The Blue and the Gray

June 29,1995: Concert at Eagle Point Park. 
Terry Duggan, (Mayor of
Dubuque) narrator.

  • Johannes Hanssen: Valdres - Norwegian March
  • Frigyes Hidas: Vidám Zene (Merry Music)
  • Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry
  • G. F. Huffine: Them Basses
  • James Curnow: Heritage of Freedom
  • Leroy Anderson: Belle of the Ball
  • Alfred Reed: Rushmore
  • John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

August 22, 1995: Concert at Eagle Point Park. 
Micki Marolf, clarinet,
and Monone Susevich, percussion - soloists.

  • G. F. Huffine: Them Basses
  • Carl Maria von Weber: Concertino for Clarinet
  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Folk Songs
  • John Philip Sousa: The Invincible Eagle
  • Leroy Anderson: The Typewriter
  • Lloyd Webber/Barker: Phantom of the Opera
  • Julius Fűcik: Florentiner - Grande Marche Italiana

November 3, 1995: Concert at Westminster Presbyterian Church.

  • Dmitri Shostakovich: Festive Overture
  • Vaclav Nelhybel: High Plains
  • Frank Erickson: Toccata for Band
  • Clare Grundman: Hebrides Suite
  • John Philip Sousa: The Invincible Eagle
  • arr. Timothy Broege: Blue Goose Rag
  • David Maslanka: Rollo Takes A Walk
  • Clifton Williams: The Sinfonians

February 10, 1996: Concert at Westminster Presbyterian Church. "How Suite It Is," 
Nancy Carroll, flute solo.

  • Gustav Holst: March, from Suite in E-flat
  • Clifton Williams: Symphonic Suite
  • Grainger: Australian Up-Country Tune
  • Georg Philip Telemann: Suite in A-minor
  • Gordon Jacob: An Original Suite
  • Leonard Bernstein/Duthoit: West Side Story
  • John Philip Sousa: Revival March

March 8, 1996: Concert with David Cooper, trumpet and the Big Band Express at the Grand Opera House.

  • John N. Klohr: The Billboard March
  • Antonin Dvorak, arr. Johnson: Slavonic Dances
  • John Harmon: Trilogy
  • arr. Warren Barker: The Symphonic Gershwin
  • arr. R. Smith: Star Trek: Through the Generations

April 14, 1996: "April in Paris" at Westminster Presbyterian Church.

  • Charles Gounod: La Reine de Saba, Marche et Cortege
  • Ferdinando Paer: Two Napoleonic Marches
  • Norman Dello Joio: Scenes from "The Louvre"
  • Francois Joseph Gossec: Military Symphony in F
  • Jules Massenet: Meditation from "Thais"
  • George Gershwin: An American in Paris
  • Igor Stravinsky: Berceuse and Finale from Firebird

Tri-State Wind Symphony
Brian Hughes, Conductor Dubuque, IA


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