The 2001 Concert Season


Seventh Season

Thursday, June 7, 2001, Eagle Point Park

  • Bedrich Smetana: "Libussa" Fanfare
  • Charles Gounod: La Reine de Saba
  • Kenneth J. Alford: The Vanished Army
  • Richard Wagner: Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral
  • Raymond Birch: Blue Goose Rag
  • Caesar Giovannini: Overture in B-flat
  • Les Brown: Mexican Hat Dance
  • John Edmondson: The Wonderful World of Disney
  • John Philip Sousa: The Fairest of the Fair

Thursday, June 21, 2001, Eagle Point Park.
Sunday, June 24, 2001, Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens.

  • Gustav Holst: Moorside March
  • Franz von Suppe: Light Cavalry Overture
  • Andre Waignein: Czardas
  • Johannes Hanssen: Valdres - Norwegian March
  • Robert Russell Bennett: Symphonic Songs for Band
  • Larry Daehn: An Irish Farewell
  • Stephen Bulla: Cartoon Capers
  • arr. David Bennett: Caravan Overture
  • John Philip Sousa: The Invincible Eagle

Tuesday, July 3, 2001, Hawthorne Street Boat Landing.

  • E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
  • Clare Grundman: The Blue and the Gray
  • Alfred Reed: Rushmore
  • John Higgins: We The People
  • arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • Meacham: American Patrol
  • George M. Cohen: Star Spangled Spectacular
  • John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

Saturday, July 14, 2001, Iowa Municipal Band Festival, Boone, Iowa.
(Joint appearance with the Maquoketa Timber City Municipal Band.)

  • Henry Mancini: The Great Race March
  • Stafford/Francis Scott Key: Star Spangled Banner
  • Bedrich Smetana: "Libussa" Fanfare
  • Charles Gounod: La Reine de Saba
  • Russell Alexander: The Southerners March
  • Alfred Reed: Rushmore
  • George Hamilton Green: Log Cabin Blues
  • John Philip Sousa: The Untitled March
  • Stephen Bulla: Cartoon Capers
  • John Edmondson: The Wonderful World of Disney
  • Ference Erkel, arr. Hughes: Hunyadi Indulo

Thursday, July 19, 2001, Eagle Point Park.

  • Jaime Texidor: Amparito Roca
  • Brian Hogg: The Stone Guest
  • David Holsinger: On a Hymnsong of Lowell Mason
  • Robert Sheldon: Prairiescape
  • Karl L. King: Invictus
  • John Bratton: Teddy Bear's Picnic
  • Glenn Miller: Anvil Chorus
  • Henry Fillmore: Americans We

Thursday, August 2, 2001, Eagle Point Park.
"Players Favorites 2001."

  • Ferenc Erkel: Hunyadi Indulo
  • Charles Gounod: La Reine de Saba
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • John Bratton: Teddy Bear's Picnic
  • Clare Grundman: The Blue and the Gray
  • David Holsinger: On a Hymnsong of Lowell Mason
  • John Philip Sousa: The Fairest of the Fair
  • Brian Hogg: The Stone Guest
  • John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever


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

 


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