Let's get off-road and really see and hear America? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we’re on the road and off on a virtual tour of the states with Valerie Coleman, Philip Sparke, Franco Cesarini, and Hoagy Carmichael, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Virginia Scenes - II. Kayaking Down a River James Kazik US Army Concert Band, Colonel Timothy Holtan
Cane River Murals I. Spring Planting (Spiritual) II. Wash Day (Scherzo) III. Baptism, Wedding, and Funeral (Triptych) IV. Honky Tonk (Blues) V. Pecan Harvest (Celebration) Martin Ellerby Showa Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon
Red Clay & Mississippi Delta Valerie Coleman Imani Winds
Three Washington Statues I. The Lincoln Memorial II. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial III. Duke Ellington Encore Philip Sparke US Army Concert Band, Colonel Timothy Holton
Huckleberry Finn Suite I. A Lazy Town II. Jim III. The King and the Duke IV. Huckleberry's Rag Franco Cesarini Osaka Municipal Symphonic Band, Kazuyoshi Akiyama
Georgia on My Mind Hoagy Carmichael & Stuart Gorrell US Army Field Band, Jim R. Keene
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we take a musical trip across the US with Jeff Tyzik’s “New York Cityscape,” Donald Grantham’s “Southern Harmony,” and Eric Whitacre’s “Gawd$illa Eats Las Vegas.” Come enjoy the carnage with us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
New York Cityscape I. Ragtime Redux (28th & 5th) II. Tango 1932 (103rd & Riverside) III. Traffic Jammin' (Times Square Day & Night) IV. African Dance (Wall Street & East River Ca. 1709) V. Tarantella (Mulberry Street) Jeff Tyzik Canadian Brass and Eastman Wind Ensemble, Mark Davis Scatterday
Carolina Shout JP Johnson, arr. Luther Henderson Canadian Brass
Southern Harmony I. The Midnight Cry II. Wondrous Love III. Exhilaration IV. The Soldier's Return; Thorny Desert Donald Grantham University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon
Gawd$illa Eats Las Vegas Eric Whitacre University of Las Vegas Wind Symphony, Thomas Leslie
Which feelings does Spring evoke? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we run the gamut of emotions with compositions inspired by Spring, with music by Jack Stamp, John Mackey, and Igor Stravinsky, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
The Hounds of Spring Alfred Reed The College of New Jersey Wind Ensemble,
William Silvester The Melting of the Winter's Snow Jack Stamp Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp As the Scent of Spring Rain Jonathan Newman Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin Appalachian Spring Aaron Copland Blast! Ensemble Colorado Suite for Band - I. The Springs Fanfare Philip Sparke US Air Force Academy Band, Steven Grimo The Rite of Spring (Le sacre du printemps) - I. Adoration of the Earth Igor Stravinsky University of Houston Wind Ensemble, Eddie Green Harvest: Concerto for Trombone
- III. Rebirth/Spring John Mackey US Military Academy Band: West Point, Lieutenant Colonel Timothy J. Holtan
What comes to mind when we mention the Book of Kells, St. James’ Gate, and Blarney Castle? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we feature the music of Irish composers like Fergal Carroll, Phil Coulter, Ronan Hardiman, and many more right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Fanfare Hamilton Harty Onyx Brass, John Wilson The Fair-Day Hamilton Harty VanderCook College of Music Symphonic Band,
Charles T Menghini The Minstrel Boy Thomas Moore The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra,
Gone to Earth Amanda Feery Casey Rafn, Piano; Ryan Smith, Tenor Sax;
José Antonio Zayas Cabán, Soprano Sax The Battle of Kinsale (The Valley of Tears) Phil Coulter James Galway, flute; Phil Coulter, piano An Leannán Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin Helen Davies, harp; Palle Mikkelborg, trumpet Firedance from "Riverdance" Bill Whelan Tokyo Seréno Bass Clarinet Ensemble Jubilo Fergal Carroll Singapore Philharmonic Winds, Leonard Tan Cry of the Celts - I. Nightmare, II. Suil a ruin,
III. Breakout, IV. Lament, V. Victory Ronan Hardiman The Brass Band Fröschl Hall, Hannes Buchegger Londonderry Air traditional The Bassoon Brothers
What composer do you think of when it comes to the Argentinian tango. On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate the 100th birthday of Astor Piazzolla with many of his most popular works, right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Astor Piazzolla, composer
La Muerte del Angel Eikanger-Bjørsvik Musikklag, Thierry Deleruyelle Cuatro Tangos - 3. Oblivion Canadian Brass Contrabajissimo Imani Winds Escualo Swedish Wind Ensemble, Christian Lindberg Fuga y Misterio Göteborg Wind Orchestra , Alexander Hanson Histoire Du Tango - III. Nightclub 1960 Laura Ardan, Ricardo Morales,
Theodore Schoen, James Ognibene Adios Nonino Banda Amizade, Erik Janssen Milonga Sin Palabras Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, Marc Reift Libertango Senzoku Gakuen College Music Ensemble
What musical descendant of the chalumeau can be found in most modern ensembles? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we feature the clarinet, with music and concertos from Frank Tichelli, David Maslanka, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Anitras Tanz Edvard Grieg, arr. Clifton Williams US Army Field Band: Chamber Winds, Clarinet Quartet Clarinet Buskers Akira Toda Tokyo Clarinet Ensemble
Toccata Gaspar Cassadó as Girolamo Frescobaldi; arr. Curry University of Florida Clarinet Ensemble, Mitchell Estrin Clarinet Concerto: II. Song for Aaron Frank Ticheli University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin Czárdás Vittorio Monti, arr. Andrew Glover Tara Winds, Dr. Andrea Strauss Tribal Dance anonymous The Brandeis-Bardin International Klezmer Ensemble Three Preludes - III. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso George Gershwin US Army Field Band, Colonel Thomas H. Palmatier La Califfa Ennio Morricone Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, Marc Reift Concerto for Clarinet & Wind Ensemble - II. Dance David Maslanka University of Utah Wind Ensemble, Scott A. Hagen Tower Ascending Wayne Oquin University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, John P. Lynch
What do you think of when ice hockey, maple syrup, moose, and extreme politeness is mentioned? Canada, perhaps. On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we feature Canadian composers Elizabeth Raum, David Eastmond, Fred Stride and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Winter Games David Foster US Air Force, Lowell Graham Exultia: An Overture for Band David Eastmond The Washington Winds, Edward Petersen One Hundred Years of Fanfares Elizabeth Raum University of Saskatchewan Wind Orchestra,
Seaquam "A Journey to the Sky" I. Journey and Discovery;
III. Celebration and Dance Fred Stride Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble, David Branter The Three Trumpeters Giuseppe Agostini University of Michigan Concert Band Ensembles - Mvt. I Gary Kulesha Toronto Wind Symphony, Tony Gomes Frenergy John Estacio University of Calgary Wind Ensemble, Glen D. Price Symbiopholie Jonathan Dagenais The New Edmonton Wind Sinfonia, Raymond Baril Colour Wheel Malcolm Forsyth The New Edmonton Wind Sinfonia, Raymond Baril Canadian Brass Rag Eldon Rathburn Canadian Brass O Canada [A gift to the Americas] Calixa Lavallée; arr. Robin Engleman, Howard Cable Canadian Brass
To whom in your life would you dedicate a song? On this episode we listen to music composers who have dedicated music to very special people in their lives. We’ll hear works from Julie Giroux, Peter Meechan, and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music, Wind & Rhythm.
Dedication Overture Vittorio Giannini US Air Force Heritage of America Band,
Colonel Lowell Graham On the Kerry Shore Jack Wilds Cedar Park Winds Community Band, Christopher Yee Rippling Watercolors Brian Balmages Gettysburg College Sunderman Conservatory
Wind Symphony, Russell McCutcheon Song for Lyndsay Andrew Boysen University of Southern Mississippi Symphonic Winds,
Mohamad Schuman One Life Beautiful Julie Giroux University of North Texas Wind Symphony, Dennis Fisher Waves Toward the Pebbled Shore Peter Meechan Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble,
Peter Meechan Everything Beautiful Samuel Hazo Indiana University of Pennsylvania Symphonic Band,
Jason Worzbyt Epilogue - Lest We Forget Robert Jager US Army Field Band, Colonel Finley R. Hamilton
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we revisit the wind octet. We’ll hear Stravinsky’s famous Octet for Wind Instruments as well as new commissions played by the Hartwick College Faculty Wind Octet, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Hartwick Faculty Wind Octet Conducted by Andrew Pease
I. Sinfonia, II. Tema con Variazioni, III. Finale Igor Stravinsky Dawn Chorus JoAnne Harris Machiavelli's Conscience Michael Markowski Krummholz Variations Oliver Caplan Chamber Symphony Chris Lamb
If you listen to big band jazz, chances are good you’ve heard Sammy Nestico. On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we pay tribute to the memory of this great jazz composer and arranger, with some of his original compositions, right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music
Canyon Country Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy,
Major Peter Kleine Schaars Persuasion Northshore Concert Band, John P. Paynter Los Valientes ("The Brave Ones") Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy,
Major Peter Kleine Schaars Portrait of a Trumpet The Messiah College Wind Ensemble Ya Gotta Try Boston Brass Wind Machine US Army Field Band - Jazz Ambassadors Strike Up the Band George Gershwin, arr. Sammy Nestico SWR Big Band, Sammy Nestico Celebración SWR Big Band, Sammy Nestico Fun Time SWR Big Band, Sammy Nestico The Joy of Cookin' US Army Field Band - Jazz Ambassadors Salute to American Jazz various, arr. Sammy Nestico Marine Band of the Royal Netherlands Navy,
Major Peter Kleine Schaars
Come help us celebrate the 100th birthday of prolific American composer Alfred Reed! On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we’ll hear parts of his Armenian Dances, El Camino Real, A Jubilant Overture and more, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
A Jubilant Overture Dallas Wind Symphony,
Jerry Junkin Symphony No. 1 for Brass and Percussion - III. Con moto Keystone Wind Ensemble,
Jack Stamp Seascape Metropolitan Wind Symphony, Lawrence Isaacson conductor,
Adam Frey euphonium El Camino Real University of Texas at El Paso Wind Symphony,
Bradley Genevro Armenian Dances, Part 1 University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Passacaglia Keystone Wind Ensemble,
What is one of your favorite wind band pieces? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we feature music picked by you, for our 5th Listeners' choice program. We’ll hear from Jan van der Roost, Michael Markowski, and Philip Sparke, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
New Post Horn Galop Roger Barsotti US Navy Band Strange Humors for Wind Ensemble John Mackey Rutgers University Wind Ensemble, William Berz Elixir Michael Markowski Brooklyn Wind Symphony, Jeff Ball Dundonnell Philip Sparke Yorkshire Building Society Band Blue Shades Frank Ticheli Rutgers University Wind Ensemble, William Berz Firework Jan Van der Roost The Band of the Royal Netherlands Air Force Divertimento for Band, Op. 42 Vincent Persichetti US Air Force Heritage of America Band, Lowell Graham Emblems Aaron Copland US Army Field Band, Colonel Finley R. Hamilton
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we pay tribute to composers and other musicians who have passed away in 2020, including Ennio Morricone and Ryan Anthony. Join us as we celebrate their gifts to the world, right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Celebrations (Live) John P. Zdechlik US Navy Band,
Ralph M. Gambone Hats Off to Thee John P. Zdechlik University of Minnesota Symphonic Wind Ensemble,
Pequeña Czarda Pedro Iturralde Daniel Gauthier & Jang Eun Bae Concerto for Two Marimbas and Wind Orchestra:
I. Allegro, II. Andante espressivo, III. Presto Blas Emilio Atehortúa American Wind Symphony Orchestra, Robert Boudreau Sleeping Giants Lennie Niehaus contraband Et Exspecto Resurrectionem Mortuorum:
I. Des Profondeurs de L'abime, Je Crie Vers Toi, Seigneur:
Seigneur, Ecoute Ma Voix! Olivier Messiaen Netherlands Wind Ensemble, Reinbert de Leeuw Wild West!
- Once Upon a Time in the West /
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Ennio Morricone The Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines,
Lieutenant Colonel Nick Grace Gabriel's Oboe from The Mission Ennio Morricone from “Cancer Blows” concert Song of Hope Peter Meechan
How will you be bringing in the New Year? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we offer music… with drink pairings. We’ll hear works by Frank Ticheli, John Mackey, Julie Giroux, and Charles Mingus, all right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
People Who Live In Glass Houses - I. The Champagnes John Philip Sousa 2009 National Intercollegiate Band, John R. Bourgeois Morning Star David Maslanka Oklahoma State University Wind Ensemble,
Joseph Missal Opa! Julie Giroux University of North Texas Symphonic Band, Dennis Fisher Consider the Uncommon Man David R. Holsinger Concordia Wind Symphony & Kapelle, Richard Fischer Wine-Dark Sea - I. Hubris John Mackey University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Wild Nights! Frank Ticheli University of Texas at El Paso Wind Symphony,
Ron Hufstader Better Get It In Your Soul Charles Mingus ad hoc ensemble, Gunther Schuller
What 18th-century oratorio has become a Christmas tradition? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we listen to a special wind band presentation of Handel’s Messiah, complete with chorus and soloists. Join us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Messiah George Frideric Handel The Norwegian Wind Ensemble & BBC Singers, David Hill
Part 1: I. Sinfonia III. Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted IV. And the Glory of the Lord VIII. Behold a Virgin Shall Conceive IX. O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings XII. For Unto Us a Child Is Born XIII. Pifa (Pastoral Symphony) XIV. There Were Shepherds - And Lo! -
And the Angel Said Unto Them - And Suddenly XV. Glory to God
Part 2: I. Behold the Lamb of God XIV. Let All the Angels of God XVI. The Lord Gave the Word XXIII. Hallelujah
Part 3: III. Behold, I Tell You a Mystery IV. The Trumpet Shall Sound VII. But Thanks Be to God IX. Worthy Is the Lamb X. Amen
How old do you like your Christmas music? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate our 600th episode with a survey of 600 years of Christmas music. Won’t you join us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Good Christian Men, Rejoice traditional Empire Brass The Wexford Carol traditional Washington Symphonic Brass, Milton Stevens Deck the Halls traditional Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin I Saw Three Ships traditional Imani Winds Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella traditional, arr. Gary Slechta University of Texas Trombone Choir, Nathaniel Brickens
Jean de Brébeuf
The International Staff Band of the Salvation Army Joy to the World
The Eastern Wind Symphony, William H. Silvester O Christmas Tree
Wayne Bergeron with the After Hours Brass Adeste fideles
Concordia University Wind Symphony, Richard Fischer God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Tennessee Tech University Tuba Ensemble,
R. Winston Morris The Twelve Days of Christmas
Northshore Concert Band, John P. Paynter Silent Night
Isthmus Brass, John Stevens The First Noel
traditional, arr. Julie Giroux
University of Texas at El Paso Wind Symphony,
Ron Hufstader Jingle Them Bells
James Lord Pierpont, arr. Julie Giroux
University of North Texas Symphonic Band,
Dennis Fisher My Favorite Things
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II
SaXmas, Miles and Lisa Osland Feliz Navidad
The New England Brass Band, Douglas Yeo
What would Christmas be like without carolers, bands, and music? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we feature a mainstay of the season, the Salvation Army Bands. Join us to hear their special arrangements and renditions of classic Christmas tunes, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
The Sounding Joy arr. William Gordon Pasadena Tabernacle Band, William Gordon Christmas Tidings arr. Robert Rednead International Staff Band Carol of the Bells Mykola Leontovych Chicago Staff Band, William Himes
What Child is This? Salvation Army Staff Bands Go Tell It on the Mountain Southern Territorial Ensemble, James Curnow A Child is Born Thad Jones Montclair Citadel Band & Salvation Army, Charles Baker The Twelve Days of Christmas Frederic Austin Amsterdam Staff Band of the Salvation Army,
Don Jenkins Saviour's Day Chris Eaton The International Staff Band of the Salvation Army They Shall Come from the East John Larsson The International Staff Band of the Salvation Army,
Dr. Stephen Cobb Jingle Bells James Lord Pierpont Amsterdam Staff Band of the Salvation Army,
Don Jenkins A Christmas Bolero Paul Lovatt-Cooper Amsterdam Staff Band of the Salvation Army,
Don Jenkins Silent Night Franz Gruber (arr. James Curnow) Salvation Army Staff Bands A Christmas Finale Montclair Citadel Band & Salvation Army, Charles Baker
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we celebrate Dave Brubeck’s 100th birthday with a show all about jazz. Join us as we listen to Frank Tichelli, Allan Gilliland, and some Dave Brubeck classics, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Divertimented Dances -
III. Snazzy Swing Danzzing David Holsinger University of Texas at El Paso Wind Symphony,
Ron Hufstader Dreaming of the Masters -
I. 101 Damnations, II. Prayer, III. Lower Neighbors Allan Gilliland The New Edmonton Wind Sinfonia, Raymond Baril Take Five Paul Desmond Wind Band Neuchâtelois , Martial Rosselet Three Preludes -
"First Prelude" I. Allegro ben ritmato e deciso George Gershwin University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Playing with Fire (2008 Version) -
I. A la Bauduc, II. Shades of Blue, III. Polyphonies and Riffs Frank Ticheli and Jim Cullum Dallas Wind Symphony with Jim Cullum Jazz Band,
Jerry Junkin Blue Rondo à la Turk Dave Brubeck China Dunshan Symphonic Wind Orchestra,
Where in the world would you want to go if we weren’t dealing with this global pandemic? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we travel virtually around the Earth to hear music from just about every continent, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Qué Rico Mambo Pérez Prado Banda Sinfónica Juvenil Simón Bolívar, Thomas Clamor Australian Up-Country Tune Percy Aldridge Grainger Michigan State University Wind Symphony, Kenneth G. Bloomquist
Korean Dances -
I. Preludio, II. Passacaglia, III. Rondo: Finale
Chang Su Koh
Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Five Russian Songs - II. Andante pesante, V. Allegro
University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, John P. Lynch Tuscan Serenade, Op. 3, No. 2
Michigan State University Symphonic Band,
Kenneth G. Bloomquist Jungla
Lone Star Wind Orchestra, Eugene Migliaro Corporon Las Playas de Rio - III. Copacabana Playa
Harmonie de Charlesbourg, François Dorion Gagarin - Homecoming
University of St. Thomas Symphonic Wind Ensemble,
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we explore music for things to be thankful for and to pray for, with compositions by Kenneth Downie, Dorthy Gates, and others, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Prayer of Thanksgiving William Himes Swiss Army Brass Band, Andreas Spörri Heritage Suite (What Hope Saw) - II. Prayers and Plagues Nigel Clarke Middle Tennessee State University Wind Ensemble,
Reed Thomas Prayer of a Distant Island Eiji Suzuki Seika Girls High School Band, Yoshihisa Fujishige Music of Thanksgiving Kenneth Downie New York Staff Band A Little Prayer Dame Evelyn Glennie Fountain City Brass Band, Joseph Parisi Lord, Save Thy People Charles-Marie Widor Dallas Wind Symphony, Frederick Fennell Hope Dorothy Gates New York Staff Band
On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we have music by Robert Jager, Johan De Meij, and Frank Ticheli for a show about first symphonies. Won’t you join us, right here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Symphony #1: Lord of the Rings
V. Hobbits Johan de Meij Amsterdam Wind Orchestra,
Arie Van Beek Symphony #1: Symphony for Band
II. Alla marcia, III. Largo espressivo Robert Jager Hiroshima Wind Orchestra,
Tatsuya Shimono Symphony #1: Symphony for Winds and Percussion
III. Fast and Aggressive Andrew Boysen Indiana State University Wind Orchestra,
John Boyd Symphony #1
I. Of Youth, II. Of Wisdom, III. Profanation, IV. Prayer Frank Ticheli Ohio State University Wind Symphony,
Russel C. Mikkelson
What’s better than a show featuring pianos and wind bands? Two shows featuring pianos and wind bands! On this episode we continue with piano concertos by Steven Bryant, Igor Stravinsky, and David Gillingham. Won’t you join us, here at the gathering place for people who love band music, Wind & Rhythm.
Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments
I. Largo-Allegro-Piú mosso-Maestoso
II. Piú mosso-Tempo primo
III. Agitato-Lento-Stringendo Igor Stravinsky University of Georgia Wind Ensemble, John P. Lynch
Concerto for Piano
II. Bold, yet Playful Steven Bryant University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon
Concerto for Piano, Percussion, & Wind Ensemble David Gillingham Showa Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon
What happens when you put a piano in front of a wind band? You get a concerto! On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we feature piano concertos with winds by composers David Maslanka and Steven Bryant. Join us, here at the gathering place for people who love band music
Concerto No. 2 for Piano, Winds, and Percussion
I. Dragonfly Delight - In Memoriam H.B.
III. What's Up
IV. Howl - A Vision of St. Francis David Maslanka Illinois State University Wind Symphony,
Stephen K. Steele
Concerto for Piano and Wind Ensemble
I. Distant, pensive
III. Laid back
IV. Forceful Kimberly K. Archer Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Wind Symphony, John Raymond Bell
What kinds of things scare you in the dead of night? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm we have a special Halloween edition with spooky music all about ghosts and hauntings. Won’t you grab a reassuring blanket and join us, here at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Ghost Apparatus David Beidenbender Bowling Green State University Wind Symphony,
Michael King Ghosts Stephen McNeff The Band of the Royal Air Force Regiment, Mark Heron Hauntings Dan Welcher Symphonia, R. Winston Morris The Death Hunt from "On Dangerous Ground" Bernard Hermann US Army Field Band, Jim R. Keene Haunted Clocks Brian Balmages Vista Ridge High School Wind Ensemble, Amy Frost Unchained Melody from "Ghost" Alexander North (music) and Hy Zaret (lyrics) Philharmonic Wind Orchestra, Marc Reift Escenas de los Aztecas James Barnes University of Texas at El Paso Symphonic Winds,
Have you ever "listened" to a painting? On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we hear music inspired by visual artists like Caspar David Friedrich, Charles Demuth, and Cy Twombly.
Song of the Volga Boatmen traditional Russian, arr. Bill Finegan & Jeff Tyzik Brass Band of Battle Creek, Constantine Kitsopoulos Monk by the Sea Michael Markowski Ohio University Wind Symphony, Andrew Trachsel Ruffles Call from Afar Yo Goto University of North Texas Wind Symphony,
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Petals of Fire Zhou Tian University of Northern Iowa Wind Ensemble,
Danny Galyen I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold James David University of Northern Iowa Wind Ensemble,
Danny Galyen Picture Studies: VI. Calder's World, VII. Miró Adam Schoenberg US Marine Band, Lieutenant Colonel Jason Fettig Scenes from the Louvre: I. The Portals, II. Children's Gallery,
III. The Kings of France, IV. The Nativity Paintings,
V. Finale Norman Dello Joio DePauw University Band, Craig Paré