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Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 22nd annual "Pops" concert, University of Maryland, May 3, 1998

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Summary:Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by John E. Wakefield at the 22nd annual "Pops" concert, University of Maryland on May 3, 1998. Side A includes "The Star Spangled Banner", the conductor identifies this as the 'Pops' concert at 00:22:10 into the archival master, and follows with a medley of popular tunes; welcomes horn player Virginia Lee at 00:47:35; a photocopied program attached to the cassette's case reads: (arranged by G. Bainum) "The Three Trumpeters" (featuring the trumpet section), (arranged by John Ness Beck) "Blues in the Night" (featuring the trombone section), (Maurice Whitney) Introduction and Samba (with David Tauler, alto saxaphone),(Carl Maria von Weber) Polacca from Second Clarinet Concerto (featuring the clarinet section), Gershwin (arranged by Warren Barker); SHORT INTERMISSION; Sing Along: Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Deep in the Heart of Texas, When You Wore A Tulip, Shine on Harvest Moon, In My Merry Oldsmobile, Give My Regards to Broadway, Ain't She Sweet, Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing, If You Knew Susie, Oh, You Beautiful Doll, Now is the Hour, Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me), Hello Dolly; School Songs: Maryland Fight Song, Maryland My Maryland, Maryland Victory Song, Alma Mater, (Sousa) The Stars and Stripes Forever March.
Contributor:Wakefield, John
Symphonic Wind Ensemble of the University of Maryland (College Park, Md.)
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Place of origin – Region:Maryland
Place of origin – Settlement:College Park
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Repository:Special Collections in Performing Arts
Browse terms:Performing Arts, Music
Collection:Digital Collections
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