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University of Maryland Brass Choir, Percussion Ensemble, and Chamber Chorus, chamber recital, January 11, 1971

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Summary:Fanfare for a Brilliant Occasion (Benjamin, Arthur); Canzon primi toni (Gabrieli, Giovanni); Legend and Canon (Bright, Houston); Woodland Drive (Schinstine, William); Clusters (Stephans, Michael); Rondeau (Bencriscutto, Frank); Sonata sopra Sancta Maria ora pro nobis (Monteverdi, Claudio); Fanfare for a Dignified Occasion (Bliss, Arthur); Riu, Riu, Chiu (Anonymous); Adoramoste, Senor (Torre, Francisco de la); Ay luna que reluces (Anonymous); Pastorcico, non te aduermas (Anonymous); Con que la lavare (Vásquez, Juan); Por los campos de los moros (Torre, Francisco de la); Fanfare for a Merry Occasion (Curzon, Frederic); Lyra (Flagello, Nicolas); Folk Suite (Mitchell, Lyndol); Inventions on a Motive (Colgrass, Michael); Symphony No. 1 (Parchman, Gen). Instrumentation: brass choir; percussion ensemble; choir
Creator:University of Maryland Brass Choir
Provider:University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). School of Music
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States
Place of origin – Region:Maryland
Place of origin – Settlement:College Park
Topical subjects:Classical music
Art music, Western
Instrumental music
Choral music
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Repository:Special Collections in Performing Arts
Browse terms:Performing Arts, Music
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