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COLLEGE BAND DIRECTORS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
COLLEGE BAND DIRECTORS
NATIONAL
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ASSOCIATION
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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
MINNEAPOLIS,
MINNESOTA
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
UNIVERSITY
OF MINNESOTA
On behalf of the faculty, staff, and students of the University of Minnesota's College
of Liberal Arts, I am pleased to welcome you to the School of Music, at the heart of
the University's West Bank Arts Quarter. We are especially proud this year to be
hosting this event as we celebrate the Centennial of the School of Music, one of the
brightest jewels in the crown of the College of Liberal Arts.
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Over the years, our School of Music has become a magnet, an incubator! and a prov-
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ing ground for outstanding music performance, composition, teaching, and scholarship. The school has consistently received international acclaim for the quality of its
faculty and programs, not to mention its very accomplished graduates. Indeed, the
widely touted Twin Cities arts scene owes much of its vitality to people whose
extraordinary talents our School of Music has nurtured, developed, showcased, and
shared with the community .
As liberal arts dean, I also am especially proud to see how much the School of Music
contributes to the cultural and intellectual richness of the college and to the overall
quality of student life and education at the University of Minnesota. And oh, how we
all love our Marching Band, whose members are students from across the University!
I am delighted to be hosting such an impressive group of leaders in music and education, and I hope that you enjoy our wonderful campus and vibrant cities as much as
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we do. Have a great conference!
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Steven J. Rosenstone, Dean
University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts
Dear Friends,
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Welcome to Minnesota!
On behalf of the faculty, students and alumni of the School of Music. I am proud to
welcome you and your colleagues in the College Band Directors National Association
to the School of Music for your 32nd National Conference. Our faculty, staff and
students are eager to make your stay at Minnesota a memorable one.
I am confident
that the stunning acoustics of Ted Mann Concert Hall and the architectural boldness
of the Weisman Art Museum and the McNamara Alumni Center will support the
rich interchange of ideas. music and friendship that this conference will foster.
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This year the School of Music is celebrating our Centennial 1902-2002, and we as a
School are privileged that CBDNA is joining us during this year of musical celebrations and symposia. The history of the School of Music has been deeply entwined
with the University of Minnesota band pl"Ogram,whose traditions have been a symbol of the University and the state for the past III years. Those traditions continue
today under the strong and able leadership of Craig Kirchhoff. Jerry Luckhardt and
Tim Diem, traditions enriched and enlivened by the interactions with our wonderful
resident faculty and guest artist faculty. The investments that these faculty make
each day in our students and community are matched by the remarkable investment
being made by the University over the past four years in faculty, facilities and equipment, curriculum and technology. Together, the School of Music and University
Bands enter a new century committed to defining the art of music-in performance,
scholarship. teaching and creativity-in
bold and entrepreneurial directions.
1 look forward to meeting each of you as this week progresses. I n the meantime. you
have an incredible "buffet" of experiences placed before you each day. Enjoy this
musical and intellectual feast of plenty. Again, welcome to the University of
Minnesota and the School of Music.
With warm regards.
Jeffrey Kimpton, Director
and Professor, Music Education
Dear CBDNA Colleagues,
Welcome to Minneapolis!
For more
than two years the national board of
CBDNA and the University of
Minnesota have been hard at work
planning this conference.
We are excit-
ed that you are here because you make
this experience
possible and necessary.
One of the major benefits of CBDNA membership is the bi-annual conference.
Your membership dues and conference registration provide the resources that
allow us to present a conference of this quality. The necessity for growth as an
organization and as individuals within our organization has been a primary focus
in our planning. We hope that you will enjoy the diverse program and be assured
that a wide range of professional interest. as well as a wide range of professional
experience, has been carefully considered in buiJding the conference program.
Even though we live in an age where communication
among our members has
never been more accessible, we hope that you will find the conference atmosphere
conducive
to opening new avenues of communication.
Enjoy the opportunity to
build new relationships as well as connect with old friends, to have conversations
that lead to discovery, and to be open to a kind of interaction that allows all of us
to feel that we are not alone in dealing with the professional issues we face on a
daily basis. These potential benefits of your attendance are equally important as
the repertoire, the teaching tips, and any number of new ideas that might surface
during the next few days.
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We owe Craig Kirchhoff, Jerry Luckhardt, Tim Diem, and their entire staff our
heartfelt thanks. Along with Jeff Kimpton, Director of the School of Music at the
University of Minnesota. each of these individuals has put many hours into the
success of this conference. As always, we are grateful to Jim Cochran for his support of our profession and for printing the conference program.
Have a great experience and thanks for being a part of CBDNA.
Sincerely,
Michael Haithcock
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President, College Band Directors National Association
Director of Bands, Professor of Music, University of Michigan
CBONA EXECUTIVE
Michael
Richard
Haithcock,
BOARD
President
Floyd, Executive Secretary
Gary Hill, President" Elect:
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Jerry Junkin, Vice President"
Patricia Hoy, Treasurer
Robert" Halseth. Western Division President
Tim Salzman, Northwester-n
Division President
William K. Wakefield, Southwestern
Division President
Donald DeRoche, North Central Division President
Bobby Adams, Southern Division President
Malcolm Rowell. Eastern Division President
STATE CHAIRS
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Alabama
Greg Gruner
Montana
Steve Bolstad
Alaska
Ji.m Biglio
Nebraska
James Saker
Arizona
Richard
Nevada
Mack McGrannahan
Arkansas
Ricky Brooks
New Hampshire
Andrew
California
Thomas
New Jersey
Jerry
Colorado
Robert Carnochan
New Mexico
Eric Rombach-Kendall
Connecticut
Jeffrey
New York
Steve Peterson
Delaware
Heidi Sarver
North
Carolina
Scott Carter
Wendy Matthews
North
Dakota
Warren
Florida
Michael
Ohio
John
Georgia
Joe Brashier
Oklahoma
William Wakefield
Hawaii
Michael Siggard
Oregon
Martin
Idaho
Marcellus
Pennsylvania
Diane Bargiel
Illinois
Michael
Hanes
Rhode Island
Matthew
Indiana
Joseph
Scagnoli
South Carolina
Leslie Hicken
Iowa
John
South
Bruce Ammann
Kansas
Mike Robinson
Tennessee
Paul Hinman
Kentucky
Dennis Johnson
Texas
Matthew
Louisiana
Linda Moorhouse
Utah
James
Maine
Peter Marcin
Virginia
Cordon
Maryland
Richard
Vermont
D. Thomas
N\assachusetts
Karen Le Voie
Washington
Robert
Michigan
John Madden
West Virginia
John Hendricks III
Minnesota
N\atthew
Wisconsin
Glenn
Mississippi
Rod Chestnut
Wyoming
Robert
M.issouri
Patrick Casey
District
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of Columbia
McEnaney
Verrier"
Renshaw
Mann
Brown
Wojcik
Johnson
George
Coordinator
or Chairs: Jeffrey
Dakota
Lemke
Boysen, Jr.
Rife
Olfer-r
Climer
Behnke
McGarrel1
Mcinturf
Williamson
Ring
Toner
Spinal
Hayes
Belser
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
8:00 a.rn.
1:00 p.m.
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Conference registration at hotel
Welcome and announcements
Ra{Jt~JOI/Hotel,
Utzil'erJity Ballroom
1:15-1:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
2:00 p.m.
Concert: Concordia College Band,
Russell Pesola, conductor
Ted fl1allll Concert Hall
3:00 p.m.
Coffee break - Sponsored by Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Sigma
Ted /IIIallll Concert Hall LoMy
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Break-out
Session I
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3:30-5:30 p.m. a. "Chosen or Forgotten" Gems Session
University of Minnesota-Duluth
Wind Ensemble,
Mark Whitlock, conductor
Ted Mallll Concert Hall
3:30-4:20 p.m.
bl. "A Viola Player's View of Classical Wind Music"
Presentation by Bastiaan Blomhert sponsored by World Association
for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles
FergliJOn Ha/~ Ulia» Recital Hall
4:30-5:20 p.m. b2. Music and Architecture: correlation and comparison
Presentation by Terrence Milligan
F":'l"JOIl Ilall, Ulran Recital Hall
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5:30-6:00 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel - Dinner break
7:15-7:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
8:00 p.m.
Concert: University of Minnesota
Craig Kirchhoff, conductor
Ted Mal/Il Concert Hall
9:30 p.m.
Reception
Sponsored by the University of Minnesota School of Music
Ted fHa/ill Concert Hall LoMy
10:15-10:45 p.m. Transport to Radisson Hotel
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Symphonic Wind Ensemble
THURSDAY,
MARCH
27
8:00 a.rn,
Resource Room Open - Radisson Hotel
8:30-9:20 a.rn,
Break-out Session II
a. Teaching Conducting: "Getting Started" Part I
Panel chaired by Glen Adsit, with Steven Davis, Isaiah Odijima,
and Mitch Fennell.
BadiJJon Hotd,
Uni,'e,~ily Ballroom A
b. Repertoire Development: "What is the role of the 21st century
band/wind ensemble in the contemporary music school?" Open
forum chaired by Frank Battisti with Richard Colwell, James
Croft, Alan Fletcher. Richard Grunow, and Jeffrey Kimpton
BadiJJon Hotel, UniIJel'oJityBallroom D
9:20 a.rn.
Coffee break
BadwJon Hotel; 2nd Floor Lobby
9:40-11:10 a.rn,
Performance Practice and Rehearsal Techniques for Chamber
Winds (Richard Strauss, "Suite in Bb," Opus 4)
Presented by Bastiaan Blomhert with the Halama Wind Octet and
Friends. Sponsored by WASBE
RlldiMOIIHote4 Univ""ity Ballroom
11:10 a.m.
Break
11:30-12:20 p.m. Break-out Session III
a. Athletic Band Task Force I
Douglas Stotter and David Woodley, moderators
BadiJJon Hotel, UniIJ"",:ty Ballroom A
b. Repertoire Development: Alan Fletcher's" An American Song"
Presentation by Mark Hopkins, Frank Battisti, and Alan Fletcher
with the University of Minnesota Symphonic Wind Ensemble
RadidJOnHotel, Uni,'e,,,ity Ballroom. D
12:30-1 :30 p.m.
Lunch
BadwJon Hotel; Humphrey Ballroom
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Meeting: CBDNA Commissioning Committee
Radwdon HOlel, Alumni Room
1:15-1:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
2:00 p.m.
Concert: Columbus State University, Schwob School of Music
Robert Rumbelow, conductor
Ted II1/1/Zll Concert HaLL
THURSDAY,
MARCH
27
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10
3:00 p.m.
Break
3:15-4:15 p.m.
A Conversation with Libby Larsen
Hosted by craig Kirchhoff
Humphrey
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Center Cowie» AUditorium
4:30 p.m.
Concert: University of Kentucky
Richard Clary, conductor
Ted J/llalZnConcert Hall
5:30-6:00 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Dinner break
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Graduate Student Forum: Rodney Winther. moderator
Carl dOli School of BUdineJJ Cafeteria (cafeteria line clooe»at 6:00p.m.}
7:15-7:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
8:00 p.m.
Concert: Arizona State University
Gary Hill, conductor
Ted Mann Concert Hall
9:45-10:15 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel
10:00-12:00 p.m. Reception
Sponsored by Arizona State University School of Music
RadUJon Hotel Humphrey Ballroom
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FRIDAY, MARCH
28
8:00 a.m.
Conference registration at hotel
8:00 a.rn,
Resource Room Open - Radisson Hotel
9:00-9:50 a.m.
Break-out Session IV
a. Athletic Band Task Force II
Rob Carnohan and David Woodley, moderators
RadiJJolI Hotel, U"i"erJily Ballroom A
b. Discovering Messiaen's "Oiseaux Exotiques"
Presented by Paula Holcomb and the Arizona State University
Wind Ensemble
W'eiJlJ1anArt A1u.1ewn, Dolly Fiterman Riverview Gallery
10:15 a.rn,
Return to hotel/coffee break
RadiJJo" Hotel, 2"d Floor Lobby
10:40-11:30 a.rn. Break-out Session V
a. Teaching Conducting: The virtual conducting lab
Panel co-chaired by Gary Hill and Barry Kraus
Rad':iJolI Hotel, U"i"erJity Ballroom A
b. Repertoire Development: Transcribing For today's band
Presentation by John Boyd
RadiJJo" Hotel, U"i"erJity Ballroom D
c. The Music of Eric Stokes
Presentation by Jerry Luckhardt
Rad"'Joll Hotel, Nolte Room
11:40-12:20 p.m. Break-out Session Vi
a. Teaching Conducting: "Getting Started" Part Il
Panel chaired by Glen Adsit with Rodney Dorsey, Sarah McKoin,
and Mitch Fennell
Rad"'JolI Hotd, U"i"erJity Ballroom A
b. Repertoire Development: Source materials For Folk songs and
dances in selected wind band classics
Presentation by Robert Garofalo
RadiJJo" Hotd; U"i"mJl!:y Ballroom D
c. Mozart's Abduction: A lesson in authenticity and
presentatioo - Presentation by Bastiaan Blomhert
Sponsored by WASBE
Rad"'Joll Hotel; Nolte Room
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Lunch
RadiJJoa Hotel, Humphrey Ballroom
12:30-1:30 p.m.
CBDNA Current Board Lunch
RadiJJo" Hole' Northrop Room
FRIDAY,
MARCH
28
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12:30-1:30 p.m,
Past Presidents Lunch
RaJl:IJOIl Hotel, Alumni Room
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Graduate
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Student Forum: Rodney Winther, moderator
Rark/Joll Hotel, Nolte Room
1:15-1:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
2:00 p.m.
Concert: University of Miami
Gary Green, conductor
Ted /Jlfallll Concert Hall
3:00 p.m.
Break
3:15-4:15 p.m.
Break-out Session VII
a. Composers Roundtable
Hosted by Jerry Junkin with Michael Colgrass,
Michael Daugherty, Scott Lindroth, David Maslanka,
Frank Ticheli, and Judith Zaimont
)J'/illeyHall, Auditori"m
b. Current Trends in Teacher Education and Their Impact on
Future Band Directors. Hosted by Mark Fonder with Richard
Colwell and Richard Grunow
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Ferquson
4:30 p.m.
Hall, Ultall Recita! Hall
Concert: The Ohio State University
Russel Mikkelson, conductor
Ted Mallll Concert Hall
5:30-6:00 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel
5:30-7:30 p.m.
Dinner break
7:15-7:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
8:00 p.m.
Concert: University of Southern California
H. Robert Reynolds, conductor
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Ted Mallll Concert Hall
9:45-10:15 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel
10:00-12:00 p.m. Reception
Sponsored by the University of Southern California
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RadiJJolI Hotel, Humphrey Ballroom
SATURDAY,
MARCH
29
8:00 a.rn.
Conference registration at hotel
8:00 a.m.
Resource Room Open -
9:00-9:45 a.m.
Divisional Meetings
North Central Division Meeting - Ra(!t~lJo"Hotel, Nolte Room
Northwestern Division Meeting - Rad"""o" Hotel, Northrop Room
Eastern Division Meeting - Rad"".1onHotel U"iver,Ji'Y Ballroom A
Southern Division Meeting - Radi""oll Hotel, U"iver"ity Ballroom. B
Western Division Meeting - Rad"""oll Hotel UlliVll'Jity Ballroom C
Southwestern Division Meeting - Rad".j"O" Hotel U"iver"i'Y Ballroom D
10:00 a.m.
General Business Meeting - Rad".1"OIlHotel, U"ive",i'Y Ballroom
10:45 a.rn,
Coffee break - Sponsored by the University of M.ichigan Bands
Radisson Hotel
Rad';'''o'' Hotel 21ld Floor Lof,by
11:00 a.rn.
A Conversation with Michael Torkc. Hosted by Jack Stamp
Radi.Mon Hotel, Univm'i'Y Ballroom
12:20-1 :30 p.m.
12:20-1:30 p.m.
Lunch - Radi.1JOIIHotel Humpbrey Ballroom
CBDNA Current and New Board Lunch
Radil"oll Hotel Alamni Roam
1:15-1 :40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
2:00 p.m.
Concert: Small College Intercollegiate Band
Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
Ted Mo."" Concert Hall
3:00 p.m.
Break
3:15.4:15 p.m.
Open Forum: "Where are we and where are we going?"
Gary Hill. moderator,
Panel: Charles M. Gray. Giancarlo Guerrero. Fran Richards
Willey Hall AUditorill1ll
4:30-4:45 p.m.
Transport to Radisson Hotel
5:30-7:00 p.m.
Banquet - Radil"oll Hotel
7:15-7:40 p.m.
Transport to Ted Mann Concert Hall
8:00 p.m.
Concert: Indiana University
Ray Cramer, conductor
U"ivll'Ji'Y Ballroom.
Ted 1110.111,
Concert Hall
9:45-10:15 p.m.
Transport to McNamara Alumni Center
10:00-12:00 p.m. Closing Reception sponsored by G. LeBlanc Corporation, Make
Music! Coda Music Technology and CBDNA
1~/cNalllara Alumni Center: Great HlIll
Fanfare of Pride and Joy (1982)
I Ralph
Vaughan Williams
Toccata Marziale (1924)
Cl872-1958l
I
Yo Goto
Lux Aeterna (1992)
(b. 1958)
!Jukka Linkola
(b. 1955)
Trumpet Concerto
I.
II.
(1993)
Ballade, moderato (Syrene Music)
Ritmico
Jouko Harjanne, Finnish Radio Symphony
Orchestra, soloist
I Eric
Whitacre
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I Aaron
Copland
(1900 -1990)
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Cloudburst
(2001)
(b. 1970)
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The Red Pony (1968)
la.
lb.
r I.
"I.
IV.
Dream March
Circus Music
Walk to the Bunkhouse
Grandfather's Story
Happy Ending
I Fred Jewell
Supreme
I Karl L. King
Invictus
Triumph
MARK WHITLOCK,
UNIVERSITY
OF MINNESOTA
DULUTH
CONDUCTOR
I Ralph Vaughan
Scherzo
Williams
(1872-1958)
CAROLYN
alia marcia
BARBER,
OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
UNIV.
CONDUCTOR
IL.,F"'..,li:;;X-;;M~.;-;n;cd,",'I,,S,-SO_h_nl_B_O...:Y_d
Overture
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(1809·1847)
TIM
inC
MCGARVEY,
NORTHWESTERN
COLLEGE
CONDUCTOR
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I,H.,.."n';-;Y.,-p.,.u,,'C.,..;-;II,-IG_a_'a_'_OI_O
(1659-1695)
Funeral
Music
BOB GARAFOLO/
for Queen Mary
CATHOLIC
UNIVERSITY
OF AMERICA
CQtlJDUCTOR
l..,p_er_c...:Y_G_ra_i_ng..,e_"_s_im_p_s_o_n_--..,=~
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-----'D
0882-1961)
Ar r iv al P Iatfo r m Hum let
ANDREA
STRAUSS,
GEORGIA
TECH
UNIVERSITY
CONDUCTOR
I
Leonard Bernstein
Shivaree
(1918-1990)
JEFF
GERSHMAN,
A&M
TEXAS
UNIVERSITy-COMMMERCE
CONDUCTOR
I W--..,iII_i._m_G_'_.-,-nt--..,St_il_I
L
(1895-1978)
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LJ
From th e De Ita
STEVEN
WARD,
HOPE
COLLEGE
CONDUCTOR
I Henry
1
j,
(l
Cowell
897 -1 965)
Shoonth ree
JAMES
WORMAN,
TRINITY
UNIVERSITY
CONDUCTOR
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I Bertold
Hummel
(1925-2002)
Symphonische
GARY
SCHALLERT,
Overture
MIDDLE
TENNESSEE
UNIVERSITY
CONDUCTOR
1 Claude Debussy/Patterson
(1862-1918)
The Engulfed
KRAIG
WILLIAMS,
CONDUCTOR
Cathedral
THE
UNIVERSITY
OF TEXAS
I Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart
(1756-1791)
Serenade in Bb major, KV 361 (370A)
(1783-84)
Largo JERRY
I Gustav
I Percy Aldridge
LUCKHARDT,
CONDUCTOR
Hammersmith:
Op. 52 (1930)
Holst
(1874-1'134)
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Malta Allegro
Grainger
Prelude
Hill-Song
No.2
Sparrows
(1979)
and Scherzo
(1907)
(1882-1961)
I.
I Joseph
Schwantner
(b. 1943)
Lucy Shelton, soprano
I Henry Purcell/Steven
Stucky
Funeral
Music for Queen Mary (1992)
(l659-169S)/(b.1949)
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I Alan
Fletcher
An American
Song (2002)
{b. 1956)
FRANK
I
Judith Lang Zaimont
(b. 1945)
BATTISTI/
CONDUCTOR
Tattoo from "Symphony
Orchestra"
(2003)
for Wind
WorLiJPremiere
Please join us for a reception
School of Music.
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in the lobby of Ted Mann Concert
Hall sponsored by the University
of Minnesota
I Dorothy
Chang
(b. 1970)
I John
Adams
(b. 1947)
I Bohuslav
Martinu
(1890-1959)
Su nan Dances
World Premiere
(1995/2003)
Wind Setting
of
Part II: On The Dominant
from Grand Pianola /11/lJic
Concertino
Instruments,
Divide
(1924) for Violincello,
Piano
Wind
and Percussion
Andre Gaskins, soloist
I Percy
Grainger
(1882-1961)
Lincolnshire
I.
II.
HI.
IV.
V.
VI.
I Florent
Schmitt
(1870-1958)
,
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Posy (1937)
Lisbon (Sailor's Song)
Horkstow Grange (The Miser and his Man: A
Local Tragedy)
Rufford Park Poachers
The Brisk Young Sailor
Lord Melbourne (War Song)
The Lost Lady Found (Dance Song)
Dionysiaques,
Opus 62 (1913)
I
Percy Grainger
The Lads or Wamphray
March (1905)
(1882-1961)
I Kurt
Weill
Bastille
Music (1927)
(1900-1950)
I.
II.
III.
I V.
V.
VI.
I
Introduction
Minuet (Fete Galante)
Street Music
War March
Elegy
Finale - 14 July
Scott McAllister
Black Dog (2002)
(b. 1969)
Rhap,/O()y [or Clarinet
Dr. Scott Wright, clarinet
I Rodney
Rogers
(b. 1953)
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Air Mosaic (19911 Rev. 1997)
I.
II.
II I.
Mosaic
The evidenceof things not seen
A dance in time
I Johann
Sebastian Bach
(1685·1750)
trans. Stokowskiled.
REFLECTIONS
Foley
ON OUR "S,STER ART"
!Howa,dYermiSh
j Robert
all' an einen Gott" BWV 437
MARTIN
CONDUCTOR
- PART
I
lb. 19711
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"Wir glauben
(1784-1787)
PROVINCE,
I
White on White (Robert Irwin)
from Five imaged (1997)
Shades of Night Descending
(Salvador Dali)
Decem
Xavier Rodriguez
perfectum,
Concertina
for
Woodwind Quintet, Brass Quiotet,
Wind Ensemble (2002)
(b. 1946)
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II.
III.
Soloists -Elizabeth
and
Ritornello
Cadenza
Toccata
Buck, flute; Martin Schuring, oboe; Robert Spring, clarinet; Jeffery Lyman,
bassoon; Joseph Wytko, saxophone; John Q. Ericson, horn; Emory Harvison and John Marchiando,
trumpet; Matt Lennex, trombone; Samuel J. Pilafian, tuba; J.B. Smith, principal percussion.
REFLECTIONS
I Stephen
ON OUR "S,STER ART"
I
Hartke
the organ
in
a
Rose Petal s from Red Dogd and Pink Skied,
a musical celebration of Paul Gauguin,
(2002)
(b. 1955)
Symphony for Large Wind Orchestra,
"10 Praise of Winds" (1981)
Schuller
(b.lQ2S)
GUNTHER
l.
II.
I II.
IV.
ON OUR "SISTER ART"
I Bill F,isell
- PART
I
lb. 19511
I Michael
to
(Joan Mira) from
The King of the Sun (1998)
I Bruce Adolphe
REFLECTIONS
listening
Gothic cathedral
lb. 19521
I Gunther
/I
Dancer
- PART
SCHULLER
- GUEST CONDUCTOR
Andante - Allegro
Moderato, to the memory of
Alec Wilder
Scherzo
Finale - Rondo
/II
Richter 858, No.3, No.8
(Gerhard Richter) (2002)
Bells for Stokowski
Daugherty
(2002)
(b.lQS4)
Please join us for a reception
at the Radisson Hotel following
this performance
spponsored
by Arizona
State
University.
I Brian Balmages
Premiere Performance
(b.1975J
I David
Maslanka
(b.1943)
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I Michael
Fan fare Canzon iq ue (2002)
eolgrass
A Child's
Garden
of Dreams (1981)
I.
There is a desert on the moon where the
dreamer sinks so deeply into the ground that
she reaches hell.
II.
A drunken woman falls into the water and
comes out renewed and sober.
II I.
A horde of small animals frightens the dreamer, The animals increase to a tremendous size,
and one of them devours the little girl.
I V.
A drop of water is seen as it appears when
looked at through a microscope. The girl sees
that the drop is full of tree branches. This portrays the origin of the world.
V.
An ascent into heaven where pagan dances are
being celebrated; and a descent into hell, where
angels are doing good deeds.
Urban
Requiem
(1995)
{b.1932J
Saxophone Quartet
George Weremchuck, soprano saxophone
Professor of Saxophone, University of Central Florida
•
Angela Space, alto saxophone
Professor of Classical Saxophone and DMA
Candidate, University of Miami
David
Popel tenor saxophone
Professor of Saxophone, James Madison University
Lynn Klock, baritone saxophone
Professor of Saxophone, University of MassachusettsAmherst
I Benjamin
Britten
0913-1976)
Arr. Jan Bach
I [ngolf
Dahl
The Courtly Dances from
Gloriana, Op. 53 (1953)
Sinfonietta
I I.
Introduction and Rondo
Pastoral Nocturne
I I r.
Dance Variations
I.
I Eric Whitacre
(b.19701
I George
Gershwin
(lS9S-1937)
Setting by Donald Hunsberger
I John
Stevens
(b. 19511
..
•
(1961)
October (2000)
RICHARD
BLATTl,
GUEST
CONDUCTOR
Rhapsody in Blue (1924)
Caroline
Hong, piano
Ju bilare! (2003)
Premiere performance
Fanfare for the Uncommon
No.2 (1989)
I Joan Tower
{b. 1938)
SHARON
I Scott
LAVERY,
Woman
CONDUCTOR
Spin Cycle (2001)
Lindroth
(b. 1958)
I Wolfgang
Adagio,
Amadeus Mozart
K. 411 (1785)
(l756-179lJ
I Michael
Rosa Parks Boulevard
Daugherty
(2001)
(b.1954l
II
Solo Trombones:
David Goya
Steve Suminski}
Amy Bower,
INTERMISSION
I Wolfgang
Divertimento
Amadeus Mozart
(175& 179U
I.
•
•
II.
II I.
IV.
V.
I Michael
ASCAP/CBDNA
I Morten
Fennell
Prize
arr. (20D3)
Ticheli
Winner
I.
I I.
I I I.
o
Lauridsen
(b. 1943),
I Frank
Frederick
H. Robert
K. l66 (1773)
Allegro
Menuetto
Andante grazioso
Adagio
Allegro
Homages
Djupstrom
{b. 1980)
No.3,
(2002)
Con moto
Scherzo
Andante sostenuto
Magnum
Mysterium
(1994)
Reynolds
Blue Shades
(1996)
(b.1958l
Please join us for a reception at the Radisson Hotel following this performance sponsored by the University of Southem California.
•
Giancarlo Guerrero, Conductor
I Ralph
Flourish
Vaughan Williams
for Wind Band (1939)
0872-1958)
I Richard
Allerseelen
Strauss/Arr. Davis
(1955)
(1864-1949)
Variants on a Medieval Tune (1963)
\ Norman Delio Juio
(b. 1913)
I Michael
I
Torke
(b. 1961)
1 Alberto
GinasteralArr.
(1916-1983)
David John
Grand Central
Station (2000)
Danza "Fi nal (Malambo)
(1965)
from Estancia
:
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I John
Gazebo
Corigliano
(b.1938)
(J 973)
Dances
Overture
Waltz
Adagio
Tarantella
I Donald Grantham
Come,
Memory
... (2002)
Fugue
in g minor
(b. 1947)
I Johann Sebastian
Bach
(l685~1750)
(arr. by John Boyd)
•
I David
•
•
Dzubay
"The
Great"
(1720)
C, WOODLEY, CONDUCTOR
DAVID
RaJ (2002)
Premiere
(b.1964)
..
INTERMISSION
[ Andrew Rindfleisch
(b. 1963)
•
I Michael Torke
(b. 1961)
CBONA
Commission
•
The
Do
Light
(1882-1%ll
(arr, by Ray E. Cramer)
I Percy Grainger
0882-196I>
{arr. by Glenn Cliff Barnum)
[ Donald Grantham
(2001)
the Hustle
Bliss: Variations
Rhythm (2003)
Near
on an Unchanging
WorLd Premiere
STOTTER, CONDUCTOR
DOUGLAS
I Percy Grainger
Fantastic
Woodstock
STEPHEN
W.
Spoon
River
STEPHEN
Town
CONDUCTOR
PRATT,
(1919-22)
W. PRATT, CONDUCTOR
J .S. Dances
(2002)
lb. 1947)
I
Ralph Vaughan Williams
•
I
Karl L. King
0872-1958)
t arr, by Andrew Glover)
Toccata
Marziale
FREDERICK
FENNELL,
The Melody
FREDERICK
(1924)
CONDUCTOR
Shop
FENNELL,
(1910)
CONDUCTOR
(1899-1903)
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professor in June 1902, they set in motion a history of achievement that has
enriched the University. the state and the countr-y in remarkable ways. The
department's creation signaled that, with musical culture exploding in the Twin
Cities at the turn of the century,
Minnesota
needed
to create its own cadre of
teachers and performers.
A century of musical achievement has produced golden memories for tens of
thousands of musicians and music-lovers. They remember the University
Orchestra presenting a new composition by Dominick Argento; Vern Sutton
singing Gilbert and Sullivan; Paul Oberg or Lydia Artymiw playing Bach or
Bartok; Reginald Buckner performing his own jazz compositions; the Choral
Union singing Beethoven's Ninth with the Minnesota Orchestra; the Brass Choir
performing at the St. Paul Cathedral. And tbey remember the Minnesota
Marching Band, established in 1892 and still strutting its way into the hearts of
Minnesotans.
Today, more than 600 talented undergraduate and graduate students are led by
a faculty of some 50 artists-scholars-teachers,
many with national and international reputations. Thanks to strong partnerships with the Twin Cities music
community, another 40 professionals from organizations like the Minnesota
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as affiliate and adjunct faculty.
Part of the College of Liberal Arts, the School of Music marks its Centennial
year with an unprecedented investment in new faculty. facilities, equipment, and
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for excellence
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administration.
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Erica Neidlinger. Teaching Assistant
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Timothy Robblee. Teaching Assistant
Don Running, Teaching Assistant
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Sari Baker, Ted Mann Concert Hall Technical Coordinator
Valerie Hinkie. TMCH House Manager
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