The 2004 Concert Season


Tenth Season

June 3, 2004, Eagle Point Park. 
"Something Old, Something New, Lots
Borrowed..."

  • Harold Walters: Instant Concert
  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • John Philip Sousa: Riders for the Flag
  • Guy Woolfenden: Illyrian Dances
  • Leroy Anderson: Bugler's Holiday
  • W. Francis McBeth: Wine from These Grapes
  • Hamlisch/Cacavas: Selections from Chorus Line
  • Henk van Lijnschooten: Rossini's Birthday Party
  • Henry Fillmore: His Honor

June 17, 2004, Eagle Point Park. 
"To the Eastern Bloc-Music of Central and Eastern Europe." 
Louis Sacchini, clarinet soloist; Joel Blahnik,
guest conductor*

  • Bedrich Smetana/Stanek: Libussa Fanfare
  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • Rimsky-Korsakov: Procession of the Nobles
  • Frigyes Hidas: Suite for Wind Band
  • Rudolf Novacek: Castaldo*
  • Istvan Bogar: Szekler Men's Dance
  • Antonin Dvorak: "Largo" from Symphony No. 9
  • Ferenc Erkel/Hughes: Hunyadi Indulo
  • Dmitri Shostakovich: Folk Dances

July 1, 2004, Eagle Point Park. 
"Star-Spangled Spectacular-Happy Birthday
U.S.A.!

  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • Joseph Wilcox Jenkins: American Overture for Band
  • Howard Hanson: Chorale and Alleluia
  • Larry Daehn: As Summer Was Just Beginning
  • Henry Fillmore: The Circus Bee
  • Robert Jager: Colonial Airs and Dances
  • Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • John Williams/Curnow: Olympic Spirit
  • John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever

July 15, 2004, Eagle Point Park. 
"Sprechen sie Deutsche?--Music of Germany and Austria." 
(Guest Conductors: Jay Kahn, August Knoll, Rodney Matthews, Michael Omarzu)

  • Richard Strauss/Dye: Also Sprach Zarathustra
  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • W. A. Mozart/Isaac: Abduction from the Seraglio Overture
  • Ludwig van Beethoven/Schaefer: York Marsch
  • Richard Wagner/Leidzen: Trauersinfonie
  • Anton Bruckner/Leidzen: Apollo March
  • Johann Strauss, Jr./Kliment: Beautiful Blue Danube
  • Josef Strauss/Pesci: Feuerfest Polka
  • Franz von Suppe/Safranek: Poet and Peasant

July 29, 2004, Eagle Point Park. 
"Player's Favorites."

  • John Williams/Curnow: Olympic Spirit
  • Smith: Star Spangled Banner
  • Joseph Wilcox Jenkins: American Overture for Band
  • Henry Fillmore: His Honor
  • Larry Daehn: As Summer Was Just Beginning
  • Henry Fillmore: The Circus Bee
  • Harold Walters: Instant Concert
  • arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • Rimsky-Korsakov: Procession of the Nobles
  • John Philip Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever
  • Charles Wiley: Old Scottish Melody (encore)

September 5, 2004, Hawthorne Street Landing, as the grand finale to "We Believe in Music" Day, a benefit for the downtown Kindermusik programs of the Northeast Iowa School of Music.

  • Aaron Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man
  • John Stafford Smith: Star-Spangled Banner
  • E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
  • Leonard Bernstein: Overture to "Candide"
  • Frank Ticheli: An American Elegy
  • Charles Ives: Variations on "America"
  • Henry Fillmore: His Honor
  • John Williams: Olympic Spirit
  • Arr. Ricketts: Selections from Chicago
  • Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
  • Cohen: Star-Spangled Spectacular
  • Reed: Rushmore
  • Sousa: Stars and Stripes Forever
  • (encore) Wiley: Old Scottish Melody


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

 


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