2014-2015
Silver Winds and Percussion
Celebrating our 25th Anniversary
Dr. Timothy Mahr, Guest Conductor
Jason Branham, Organist

Saturday, May 30, 2015
First Lutheran Church


Early Light - Carolyn Bremer
Heartland - John Paulson

De Amicitia - Timothy Mahr
Dr. Timothy Mahr, Conductor

Salvation is Created - Pavel Tschesnokoff, arr. Bruce H. Houseknecht
Dr. Timothy Mahr, Conductor

Downey Overture - Oscar Navarro

Variations on ‘America’ - Charles Ives
Jason Branham, Organ

The Melody Shop - Karl L. King

Alleluia! Laudamus Te - Alfred Reed
Jason Branham, Organ
Dr. Timothy Mahr, Conductor

Symphony No. 1 “The Lord of the Rings” - Johan de Meij
     I. “Gandalf” The Wizard
     V. “Hobbits”
Fairest of the Fair - John Philip Sousa, arr. Brion / Schissel

Music from Across the Pond
Featuring English Wind Band Music
Blake Peterson, Guest Conductor

March 21, 2015
Duluth East H.S. Auditorium


English Folk Song Suite
     I. March – “Seventeen Come Sunday”
     II. Intermezzo – “My Bonny Boy”
     III. March – “Folk Songs from Somerset”    Ralph Vaughan Williams
Duluth East High School Wind Ensemble    

Army of the Nile    Kenneth J. Alford
Pineapple Poll Suite (from the Ballet) - Arthur Sullivan

Sea Songs - Ralph Vaughan Williams
Guest Director: Blake Peterson

First Suite in Eb for Military Band - Gustav Holst, ed. Frederick Fennell
Four Scottish Dances - Malcom Arnold, arr. John P. Paynter
Mannin Veen - Haydn Wood
Music For A Festival - Philip Sparke
Invercargill - Alex F Lithgow, arr. L.P. Larendeau
 

A Holiday Brass Festival
December 7, 2014
Duluth Congregational Church


Carol of the Bells (Ukrainian Folk Carol) - Leontovich/Hanson
Bring A Torch, Jeanette, Isabella - Blemont/McNally
Sussex Mummer’s Christmas Carol - Grainger/Allen
Good King Wenceslas - arr. McNally
Large Ensemble

Joy to the World - arr. David Werden
In the Bleak Mid Winter - arr. David Werden
Jolly Old St. Nicholas - arr. David Werden
Tuba / Euphonium Quartet

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen - arr. Carmichael
Angels We Have Heard On High - arr. Carmichael
We Three Kings of Orient Are - arr. Anderson
Large Ensemble

Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel - arr. Dan Palmquist
Trombone Choir

Christmas Day, (Fantasia on Old English Carols) - Holst/Allen
Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming - arr. Anderson
March of the Kings - arr. Anderson
Christmas Carol Sing-A-Longs
     Silent Night (#186) - Gruber/Larson
     Joy to the World (#179) - Handel/Larson
Large Ensemble

“And the Oscar Goes To...”
Featuring the Award Winning Music of John Williams
Bill Alexander, Guest Conductor

October 26, 2014
Fregeau Auditorium, Marshall School


Liberty Fanfare - John Williams / arr. Bocook
The Cowboys (from The Cowboy and the Girl) - John Williams / arr. Curnow
Hymn to the Fallen - John Williams / arr. Lavender

Colonel Bogey March (Bridge Over the River Kwai) - Kenneth Alford
Bill Alexander, Guest Conductor

Midway March - John Williams / arr. Lavender
Star Wars Trilogy - John Williams / arr. Hunsberger
Apollo 13 - James Horner
The Dam Busters - Eric Coates
The March from 1941 - John Williams / arr. Lavender

2013-2014
Music for Winds, Percussion and Organ
Jason Branham, Guest Organist
Featuring the First Lutheran Church Hand Bell Choir

May 31, 2014
First Lutheran Church


Americans We - Henry Fillmore
Fantasia in G - Johann Sebastian Bach

No Shadow Of Turning - David Gillingham
Featuring the First Lutheran Church Hand Bell Choir

Crown Imperial - William Walton
Jason S. Branham, Organ

Hands Across The Sea - John Philip Sousa
Sonata Piano Forte - Giovanni Gabrielli
Exhaltation - John Gibson

Variations de Concert, Op.1 - Joseph Bonnet
Jason S. Branham - Organ

Finale from Symphony No. 3 - Camille Saint-Saëns
Jason S. Branham - Organ

Midway March - John Williams