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YCB 1994-1995


Director Thomas C. Duffy
Business Manager Stephanie Theodos (Hubbard)
President Katherine Eggers
General Managers Annie Lengel, David Altman
Social Chairs Andrew Ryder, Amela Shaw
Personnel Manager Theresa Kramer
Alumni Relations Molly Whalen
Publicity Manager Jonathan Chapman
Music Librarian Else Festersen
Principals Flute: Julia Shin
Oboe: Alfonso Maldonado
Clarinet: Joseph Ortiz
Bass Clarinet: Catherine Pellegrino
Bassoon: Bret Martin
Saxophone: Andrew Ryder
Trumpet: Else Festersen (trumpet), Matthew Comeau (cornet)
French Horn: Tova Leigh
Trombone: Jensen Harris
Euphonium: Josh Feigelson
Tuba: Elizabeth Grad
Concerts & Repertoire 10/21/94 THRILLS AND HORRORS
Jack Stamp: Gavorkna Fanfare
John Zdechlik: Celebrations
Alan Hovhaness: Prayer of St. Gergory, feat. Molly Whalen, trumpet
Thomas C. Duffy: Max the King!
Richard Wagner: Trauersinfonie
Leonard Bernstein: Three Dance Episodes from On the Town
Franz Waxman (trans. Morsch): The Bride of Frankenstein Suite
Ron Nelson: Homage to Leonin
Paul Hindemith (trans. Wilson): "March" from Symphonic Metamorphosis
Henry Fillmore: Rolling Thunder

12/2/94 BLUE INK
Karel Husa: Smetana Fanfare
Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Folk Song Suite
David Maslanka: Rollo Takes a Walk
Thomas C. Duffy: Finger-Painting
Joshua Rosenblum: Three to Beat the Band
Charles Ives (arr. Sinclair): Here's to Good Old Yale
Delvyn Case: Phantasmagoria
Alfred Reed: Russian Christmas Music

2/10/95 BAND TREASURES
Paul Hindemith: Symphony for Band in Bb
Thomas C. Duffy: Snakes!
Cesar Franck (arr. Grainger): Choral No. 2 for Organ
Joshua Rosenblum: The King's Pyjamas (Keith L. Wilson, guest conductor)
David Kraehenbuehl: Ritual
Quincy Porter (arr. Wilson): "Dance" from Poem and Dance
Percy Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry
Gustav Holst: First Suite in Eb for Military Band

4/7/95 "THEY WERE THERE!" A MUSICAL COMMEMMORATION OF THE CLOSE OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
George M. Cohan: You're A Grand Old Flag
John Philip Sousa: Semper Fidelis
Pierre Leemans: Marche des Parachutistes Belges
Daniel Bukvich: Symphony No. 1, In Memoriam Dresden
Charles Ives (trans. Sinclair): They Are There!
Traditional (arr. Lowden): Salute to the Armed Forces
Samuel Barber: Commando March
Russell Peck: Cave of the Winds
W.C. Handy (arr. Gray): St. Louis Blues March
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