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Wind Ensemble: Past Repertoire

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Spring 2016 Concert

Vientos y Tangos – Michael Gandolfi
Chiaroscuro II (World Premiere)- Anna Rubin
Concerto for Clarinet and Concert Band: 3. Riffs for Lenny – Frank Ticheli
Nightfall in Lothlorien (World Premiere) – Samuel Winnie

Fall 2015 Concert

Gran Partita, K. 361 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Canzon à 12 – Giovanni Gabrieli
Petite Symphonie – Charles Gounod
Lex – Michael Daugherty
Second Suite in F – Gustav Holst
Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor – Johann Sebastian Bach
Overture to “Candide” – Leonard Bernstein

Spring 2015

Child’s Play, featuring Brad Ellis, piano and Trevor Mowry, oboe

Children’s March (Over the Hills and Far Away) – Percy Grainger
Watchmen Tell Us of the Night Mark Camphouse – Cartoon Paul Hart

Brad Ellis Piano/Vocal Set

C Jam Blues – Duke Ellington
The Front Door – Daniel Roumain/Margaret Lynch
Nothing (from A Chorus Line) – Marvin Hamlisch/Edward Kleban

UMBC Wind Ensemble

McGuffy’s Reeder, featuring Brad Ellis, piano and Trevor Mowry, oboe – Brad Ellis
Rhapsody in Blue, featuring Brad Ellis, piano – George Gershwin

Fall 2014

Fanfare from Toward a New Life – Joseph Suk
La Création du monde, Op. 81a – Darius Milhaud
Festive Overture, Op. 96 – Dmitri Shostakovich, trans. Donald Hunsberger
An Original Suite – Gordon Jacob/Ed. C.P. Heidenreich
Theme and Variations, Op. 43a – Arnold Schoenberg

Spring 2014

Fanfare from La Peri – Paul Dukas
From Ten Masterworks for Woodwind Choir  – William Pelz
Funeral March for Brass Choir – Edward Grieg
Wedding Dance – Jacques Press
Danzon No. 2 – Arturo Marquez
Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna Overture – Franz Von Suppe

Fall 2013

Canzon Sempimi toni No. 2 – Giovanni Gabrieli/Robert King
Canzon Sempimi toni No. 1 – Giovanni Gabrieli/Robert King
From Ten Masterworks for Woodwind Choir – William Pelz
Entry March of the Boyars, op. 17 – Johan Halvorsen/arr. Frederick Fennell
Sketches on a Tudor Psalm – Fischer Tull
Two Chorale Preludes – Johannes Brahms/trans. Ralph Guenther
Mars from The Planets – Gustav Holst