Concert Band Holds Home Concert

The Central Methodist University Concert Band will present its home concert on Sunday, April 8 at 4 p.m. in the Linn Memorial Church on the Fayette campus. They recently returned from their successful yearly spring tour of parts of Missouri.

The home concert is open to all and free of charge.

The Concert Band will choose music from its tour repertoire to perform. The repertoire includes “Adagio and Tarantella” by Cavalini with Adam Christal (junior music education major from Boonville), clarinet soloist; “Abram’s Pursuit” by CMU alumnus David Holsinger; “An American Fanfare” by Rick Kirby;

“Andrea Chenier” by Giordano, arranged by CMU alumnus Andrew Glover; “Annie Laurie” by Pryor with Michael Arnold (junior music education major from Marceline), euphonium soloist; “A Simple Song” by Bernstein, arranged by Sweeney; “Barnum and Bailey’s Favorite” by Karl King; “Classical Rondo” by Capuzzi, arranged by Glover with Matthew Johnson (senior music education major from Pacific), soprano sax soloist;

“English Folk Song Suite” by Ralph Vaughan Williams; “Eternal Father, Strong to Save” by CMU alumnus Claude Smith; “Fantasia” (on “Black is the Color of my True Love’s Hair”) by Mark Camphouse; “Groovy Loops” by J. Scott McKenzie; “Ignition” by Todd Statler; “Invictus” by Karl King, arranged by Glover; “Lights Out” by Earl McCoy, arranged by Glover;

“On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss” by Holsinger; “Rumba” by Maurice Whitney with Josh Miller (senior music education major from Waynesville) alto sax soloist; “They Shall Run and Be Free” by Brant Karrick; “The Swiss Shepherd” by Morlacchi, arranged by Kile with Mikaela Lewis (senior music education major from Harrisburg) flute soloist; and “The Stars and Stripes Forever” by John Philip Sousa.

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