ASHLAND CITY BAND


1990 Concert Programs

 

6/21 6/28 7/4 7/5 7/12 7/19 7/26 8/2 8/9


 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 1

June 21, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  Trumpet Voluntary "The Prince of Denmark" Jeremiah Clarke  
  Hungarian Dance No. 5 Johannes Brahms; arr. L.P. Laurendeau  
  Chariots of Fire Suite Vangelis; arr. Bob Lowden  
  Panis Angelicus Cesar Franck; arr. Alfred Reed  
  El Capitán Waltzes John Philip Sousa; arr. Clark McCalister  
  El Capitán John Philip Sousa  
  Satchmo arr. Tom Jones  
  Processional from "Viva Mexico" John Morrissey  
  Looney Tunes Overture Various; arr. Bill Holcombe  
  Selections from Oklahoma Richard Rodgers; arr. Erik Leidzén  
  America, the Beautiful Samuel Ward; arr. James Ployhar  
  The Gladiator John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 2

June 28, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  Repasz Band Harry Lincoln; arr. Paul Yoder  
  Three Old French Ballads arr. William Rhoads  
  The Pink Panther Henry Mancini; arr. John Warrington  
  Preludium from "Cantata di Chiesa" Sigfrid Karg-Elert; arr. Alfred Reed  
  Songs of the West Gustav Holst; arr. James Curnow  
  Stick Figures Jay Chattaway  
  March of the Lost Battalion James Ployhar  
  Dance Prelude Claude T. Smith  
  The Stripper David Rose  
  Alpen Sketches Warren Barker  
  A Cohan Broadway Festival George M. Cohan; arr. Floyd Werle  
  The Invincible Eagle John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Patriotic Concert

July 4, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  America Exultant Al Hayes  
  The Spirit of '76 arr. Clare Grundman  
  Amazing Grace Traditional; arr. Paul Holmes  
  Hogan's Heroes March Jerry Fielding  
  Parada Mexicana John Cacavas  
  Liberty Bell John Philip Sousa  
  Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Don Raye and Hughie Prince; arr. James Ployhar  
  Victory at Sea Richard Rodgers; arr. Robert R. Bennett  
  This is My Country Al Jacobs & Don Raye; arr. Paul Yoder  
  Alexander's Ragtime Band Irving Berlin; arr. Frank Cofield  
  Semper Fidelis John Philip Sousa  
  The Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 3

July 5, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  Military Escort Harold Bennett  
  In the Cathedral "A L'Eglise" Gabriel Pierne; arr. Irving Cheyette  
  The Witch's Hat Andrew Balent  
  Music Box Dancer "Around the World" Frank Mills  
  The Original Thirteen James Ployhar  
  Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue Tom Johns; arr. John Edmondson  
  Polyphonic Suite Charles Carter  
  Highlights from Popeye Harry Nilsson; arr. Paul Jennings  
  Liberty Spirit March Patrick Wilson  
  Land Sighting Edvard Grieg; arr. Franz Henning  
  Big Band Polka Jerry Nowak  
  The Free Lance March John Philip Sousa; arr. Richard F. Goldman  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 4

July 12, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  Seventeen Come Sunday Ralph Vaughan Williams  
  Adagio Cantabile from "Sonata Pathetique" Ludwig van Beethoven; arr. Harold Walters  
  When Johnny Comes Marching Home Louis Lambert; arr. James Ployhar  
  Festivo Vaclav Nelhybel  
Dave Hegdahl, guest director
  At the Gremlin Ball Charles Lee Hill  
  A Montage of American Western Songs Will Schaefer  
  Castle, Loch and Heath James Ployhar  
  Madison Avenue Strikes Back Paul Jennings  
  The Sinfonians Clifton Williams  
  Muppet Movie Medley Paul Williams and Kenny Ascher; arr. John Edmondson  
  Magnum Blues Warren Barker  
  George Washington Bicentennial John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 5

July 19, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  World Events March J.S. Zamecnik  
  Folk Lieder Fantasy Eric Osterling  
  Chromatic Comedy John Tatgenhorst  
  Psyche and Eros Cesar Franck; arr. Austin Harding  
  The Empire Strikes Back Medley John Williams  
  Washington Post John Philip Sousa  
Jed Meese, KSOR guest director
  Overture on a Minstrel Theme Pierre La Plante  
  Cabaret John Kander; arr. John Edmondson  
  Romeo and Juliet Pyotr Tchaikovsky; arr. James Curnow  
  March Finale from "Symphony No. 5" Pyotr Tchaikovsky; arr. Ross Hastings  
  Selections from Raisin Judd Woldin; arr. Bill Holcombe  
  America, the Beautiful Samuel Ward; arr. Downey and Rapp  
  Jack Tar March John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 6

July 26, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  The Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  Our Director F.E. Bigelow  
  Windemere Overture James Ployhar  
  San Pei Folksong March Raymond Kirby  
  "Polka and Fugue" from Schwanda the Bagpiper Jaromir Weinberger; arr. Glenn Bainum  
  In My Merry Oldsmobile George Edwards  
  Them Basses Getty H. Huffine; arr. Andrew Balent  
Brian Rockholt, guest director
  Pow Wow Traditional; arr. Philip Lang  
  Will You Remember Sigmund Romberg  
  Bless This House May Brahe; arr. T. Conway Brown  
Patricia Leines, vocalist
  That Newport Rag Stephen Goodman  
  Canto Francis McBeth  
  "Prayer" from Hansel and Gretel Engelbert Humperdinck; arr. Andrea Matthews  
  Spartacus Alex North; arr. John Cacavas  
  Manhattan Beach John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 7

August 2, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  The Gillette Look Sharp March Mahlon Merrick  
  Canterbury Suite John Tatgenhorst  
  Rolling Thunder Henry Fillmore; arr. Frederick Fennell  
  Classics on the March Various; arr. Sandy Feldstein  
  Alto Mood Eldridge Bunton  
Peggy Greuling, alto sax
  Star Tracks Various; arr. Paul Lavender  
  "Parade" from Viva Mexico John Morrissey  
  The Show Boy March Will Huff  
Rebecca Austin, KSOR guest director
  First Movement from "Symphony No. 2" Alexander Borodin; arr. Erik Leidzén  
  It's a Small World Richard & Robert Sherman; arr. Warren Barker  
  Espana Emmanuel Chabrier; arr. Lucien Cailliet  
  Theme from Superman John Williams; arr. Bill Holcombe  
  King Cotton John Philip Sousa  
 
 


       
ASHLAND CITY BAND

Raoul Maddox, Director


Concert 8

August 9, 1990

Butler Band Shell, Lithia Park

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PROGRAM


  Strike Up The Band George Gershwin; arr. Wayne Pegram  
  Star Spangled Banner John Stafford Smith; arr. J.P. Sousa  
  President Jefferson Sunday Luncheon Party March Leonard Bernstein  
  The Spirit Rejoices Johann Sebastian Bach; arr. Philip Gordon  
  Valdres Johannes Hanssen; arr. Glenn Bainum  
  Presto from "Rapsodie Norvegienne" Eduardo Lala; arr. Charles Spinney  
  The New Colonial March R.B. Hall  
June Wright, KSOR guest director
  Neal Hefti Portrait Neal Hefti; arr. Bob Lowden  
  "Puebla de Los Angeles" from Viva Mexico John Morrissey  
  NBC Sports Disco Various; arr. John Tatgenhorst  
  The Marches of Mancini Henry Mancini; arr. John Higgens  
Michael Wraight, guest director
  La Forza del Destino Overture Giuseppe Verdi; arr. Mayhew Lake  
  Mazatlán William Rhoads  
  U.S. Field Artillery John Philip Sousa  
  The Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa  
 



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