Appalachian Symphony Band Repertoire

Jay C. Jackson, conductor
Max Smith, organ
Monday, February 28, 1994

Where Never Lark or Eagle Flew – James Curnow
Lincolnshire Posy, I. Libson Bay; II. Horkstow Grange; VI. Lost Lady Found – Percy Aldridge Grainger
American Pageant – Thomas Knox
First Suite for Band – Alfred Reed
Mannin Veen, A Manx Tone Poem – Haydn Wood (Max Smith, organ)
Whip and Spur – Thomas Allen/arr. Ray Cramer

Jay C. Jackson, conductor
Friday, April 23, 1993

Toward a New Life – Josef Suk/arr. William Guegold
Alleluia – Randall Thompson/trans. Lewis Buckley
Spartacus – Jan Van der Roost
I Am – Andrew Boysen, Jr.
Morning Alleluias for the Winter Solstice – Ron Nelson

Jay C. Jackson, conductor
Thursday, March 4, 1993

Blue Lake Overture – John Barnes Chance
Fantasia in G Major – Johann Sebastian Bach/arr. Goldman/Leist
Children’s March, Over the Hills and Far Away – Percy Aldridge Grainger/arr. Frank Erickson
Hymn Variants – Alfred Reed
Autobiography, Part One 1894-1900 – Robert Russell Bennett
Coat of Arms – George Kenny

Joe Brashier, conductor
W. Francis McBeth, guest conductor
Thursday, April 30, 1992

Country Band March – Charles Ives
They Hung Their Harps in the Willows – W. Francis McBeth
Whispers from Handel – Jerome Summers
Kaddish – W. Francis McBethCaccia – W. Francis McBeth
Pagan Dances – James Barnes

Joe Brashier, conductor
Ray Hutcherson, soprano saxophone
Todd Wright, alto saxophone
Shannon Stone, tenor saxophone
Jerry Cain, baritone saxophone
Thursday, March 5, 1992

Egmont Overture – Ludwig van Beethoven
Third Suite – Robert Jager
A Maritime Overture – John Ireland
Jazz Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Concert Band – Bill Holcombe (Ray Hutcherson, soprano saxophone; Todd
Wright, alto saxophone; Shannon Stone, tenor saxophone; Jerry Cain, baritone saxophone)
Marche des Parachutistes Belges – Pieter Leemans
Ballet Sacra – David Holsinger

Joe Brashier, conductor
Barry Shepherd, graduate conductor
Thursday, May 2, 1991

Sinfonia Nobilissima – Robert Jager
Second Suite in F – Gustav Holst
Canzone – Elliot Del Borgo
Finale from Symphony No. 2 – Charles Ives
The Battle of Shiloh – C. L. Barnhouse
Of Sailors and Whales – W. Francis McBeth

Joe Brashier, conductor
Barry Shepherd, graduate conductor
Tuesday, February 26, 1991

Gallito – Santiago Lope Gonzalo/ed. Roy Weger
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night – Elliot Del Borgo
Symphony for Band, I. Epitaphs; II. Marches – Morton Gould
Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon – Percy Aldridge Grainger
Russian Christmas Music – Alfred Reed