The part of Manhattan that provides so many happy memories is known the Broadway Theater District. When the Empire State Building was built in 1931, it stood as the tallest building in the world for the next 40 years. It was during this time that Broadway's "Golden Age" had its most enduring impact on the world of entertainment.
Broadway Curtain Time arr. John Krance Northshore Concert Band, John Lynch George M. Cohan on Broadway George M. Cohan, arr. Rayburn Wright Canadian Brass Someone To Watch Over Me from “Oh, Kay!” George Gershwin Canadian Brass There's No Business Like Show Business
from “Annie Get Your Gun” Irving Berlin, US Air Force Band, Lowell Graham Seventy-Six Trombones from “The Music Man” Meredith Wilson Empire Brass The Lonely Goatherd from “The Sound of Music” Rodgers and Hammerstein Empire Brass Macavity Cat from “Cats” Andrew Lloyd Webber Empire Brass Man of la Mancha Mitch Leigh Empire Brass Medley from “A Chorus Line” Marvin Hamlisch Dallas Wind Symphony, Frederick Fennell