The 2003 Concert Season


Ninth Season

Thursday, June 12, 2003, Eagle Point Park. 
"My Favorite Things," 
with special guests, The Dubuque Horn Choir, John Oelrich, Conductor.

  • Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man
  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • Dmitri Shostakovich: Festive Overture
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • Henry Fillmore: Americans We
  • John Philip Sousa: Nobles of the Mystic Shrine
  • Frank Perkins: Fandango
  • arr. Warren Barker: Hooray for Hollywood!
  • Clifton Williams: The Sinfonians

Thursday, June 26, 2003 Eagle Point Park. 
"Star Spangled Favorites," 
John
Oelrich, trumpet.

  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
  • Aaron Copland: Outdoor Overture
  • John Philip Sousa: Gallant Seventh March
  • Leroy Anderson: Trumpeter's Lullaby
  • F. W. Meacham: American Patrol
  • arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • John Williams: Hymn to the Fallen
  • arr. Carmen Dragon: America, the Beautiful
  • John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever
  • arr. Thomas Knox: God of Our Fathers (encore)
  • Henry Fillmore: Americans We (encore)

July 10, 2003, Eagle Point Park. 
"Music of the British Isles."

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Flourish for Wind Band
  • Smith: The Star Spangled Banner
  • Anonymous: God Save the Queen
  • William Byrd, arr. Jacob: Earl of Oxford's March
  • Malcolm Arnold, arr. Paynter: Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo
  • Kenneth Alford: Army of the Nile
  • Edward Elgar, arr. Reed: Nimrod
  • Derek Bourgeois: Serenade
  • Percy Aldridge Grainger: Shepherd's Hey
  • Gustav Holst: March from Suite in E-flat
  • Charles Wiley: Old Scottish Melody

July 13, 2003, Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. 
"Jolly Ol' England (and more!)"

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams: Flourish for Wind Band
  • Smith: The Star Spangled Banner
  • E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
  • William Byrd, arr. Jacob: Earl of Oxford's March
  • Malcolm Arnold, arr. Paynter: Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo
  • Percy Aldridge Grainger: Shepherd's Hey
  • Gustav Holst: March from Suite in E-flat
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • Frank Perkins, arr. Werle: Fandango
  • Charles Wiley: Old Scottish Melody
  • Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever
  • Kenneth Alford: Army of the Nile

July 24, 2003, Eagle Point Park. 
"Hooray for Hollywood."

  • Smith: The Star Spangled Banner
  • arr. Warren Barker: Hooray for Hollywood
  • Miklos Rozsa: March of the Charioteers, from Ben Hur
  • arr. Ted Ricketts: Selections from Chicago
  • arr. Bruce Chase: Gershwin - A Symphonic Portrait
  • Bernstein/Duthoit: West Side Story Selections
  • Gioacchino Rossini: The Barber (Rabbit?) of Seville
  • arr. James Curnow: Fantasia
  • arr. Larry Clarke: Cartoon Symphony
  • John Williams: Selections from E.T.

July 31, 2003, Eagle Point Park. 
"Season Favorites."

  • Smith: The Star Spangled Banner
  • William Byrd, arr. Jacob: Earl of Oxford's March
  • Dmitri Shostakovich: Festive Overture
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • Malcolm Arnold, arr. Paynter: Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo
  • arr. Ted Ricketts: Selections from Chicago
  • Frank Perkins: Fandango
  • arr. Andy Clark: Cartoon Symphony
  • Henry Fillmore: Americans We
  • Charles Wiley: Old Scottish Melody


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

 


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