The 1997-1998 Concert Season

Third Season

June 1, 1997: Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

  • Charles Gounod, arr. Meyrelles: La Reine de Saba
  • Ferenc Erkel, arr. Hughes: Hunyadi Indulo
  • Jan VanderRoost: Puszta
  • Frank Erickson: Legend
  • George Kenny: Coat of Arms
  • Clare Grundman: The Blue and the Gray

June 12, 1997: Eagle Point Park.

  • Ferdinand Herold, arr. Meyrelles: Zampa Overture
  • G.H. Huffine: Them Basses
  • Franz Biebl, arr. Ballenger: Ave Maria
  • Gustav Holst: Suite in F for Military Band
  • Claude-Michel Schönberg, arr. Barker: Selections from Les Miserables
  • Georges Bizet, arr. Bullock: Carmen Suite
  • Robert Foster: Botany Bay

June 26, 1997, Eagle Point Park. 
"Almost All-American Concert".

  • Franz von Suppe/ Fillmore: Light Cavalry Overture
  • John Philip Sousa: The Invincible Eagle
  • David Holsinger: On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss
  • Alfred Reed: Rushmore
  • arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • Leroy Anderson: The Girl in Satin
  • Arthur Frackenpohl: American Folk Song Suite
  • Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

July 10, 1997, Eagle Point Park; 
July 11, 1997, Bowe Memorial Bandshell, Bettendorf, Iowa.

  • Rimsky Korsakov/Leidzen: Procession of the Nobles
  • Henry Fillmore: Rolling Thunder
  • Adoniram J. Gordon/Allen: They Led My Lord Away
  • Carl Maria von Weber: Concertino for Clarinet
  • John Philip Sousa: El Capitan March
  • Bock/Warrington: Fiddler on the Roof
  • Frank Perkins, arr. Werle: Fandango
  • Alfred Reed: Alleluia, Laudamus Te

July 24, 1997, Eagle Point Park. 
Torrey Lawrence, guest conductor.

  • Reinhold Gliere, arr. Isaac: Russian Sailor's Dance
  • Frank Erickson: Toccata for Band
  • Anton Bruckner: Ave Maria
  • John Philip Sousa: Washington Post
  • Gustav Holst: Moorside March
  • F. W. Meacham: American Patrol
  • John Williams/Bocook: Music from Jurassic Park
  • Charles S. Belsterling: March of the Steel Men

October 5, 1997, Westminster Presbyterian Church.

  • Joseph Gung'l: Major General U.S. Grant's March
  • Wagner/Houseknecht: Awake, from Die Meistersinger
  • Albert Oliver Davis: Song of Wales
  • Robert Jager: Testament
  • Frank Ticheli: Cajun Folk Songs
  • arr. Hawley Ades: Irving Berlin Symphonic Portrait
  • arr. Henderson: Tuba Tiger Rag
  • Charles S. Belsterling: March of the Steel Men

November 8, 1997, Queen of the Rosary Chapel, Sinsinawa Mound. 
"Songs of Faith, Hope and Glory II".

  • James Curnow: Fanfare Prelude on Lancashire
  • Gordon Jacob: William Byrd Suite
  • Anton Bruckner: Ave Maria
  • Robert Jager: Testament
  • W. Francis McBeth: Wine From These Grapes
  • John Philip Sousa: Revival March

March 29, 1998, Westminster Presbyterian Church. 
"Sonic Spectacular."

  • Peter Illych Tchaikovsky: Marche Militaire
  • Ralph Hultgren: Celebration of Life
  • Gustav Holst: Suite in E-flat
  • Frank Ticheli: Amazing Grace
  • Vasilij Agapkin: A Slavic Farewell
  • John Warrington: Original Dixieland Concerto
  • Camille Saint-Saëns: Symphony No. 3 "Organ," Finale

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


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