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2014 - 2015 Concert Season

 

 

 

"Made In America"

Sunday, October 12th, 2014  4:00 PM  CrossPoint Community Church

Conducted by Mr. Bob Bryant, Music Director

 

     Chorale and Star Spangled Banner  (Arranged by Bill Brawn)

          Performed by the LSSB Trombone Choir, Mr. Bill Brawn, conductor

     A Festival Prelude  (Alfred Reed)

     American Folk Rhapsody No. 1  (Clare Grundman)

          Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Director

     Sabre and Spurs March  (John Philip Sousa, Edited by Frederick Fennell)

     Overture to Candide  (Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Walter Beeler)

     Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo  (Malcolm Arnold, arranged by John Paynter)

     March from "1941"  (John Williams, arranged by Paul Lavender)

     Victory at Sea  (Richard Rogers, transcribed by Robert Russell Bennett)

     Elegy for a Young American  (Ronald Lo Presti)

     Barnum and Bailey's Favorite  (Karl King, arranged by Glen Cliffe Bainum)

     God Bless America  (Irving Berlin, arranged by Erik Leidzen)

 


 

 

 

 

"Joy, Love, Peace"

Sunday, December 14th, 2014  4:00 PM  CrossPoint Community Church

Conducted by Mr. Bob Bryant, Music Director

 

     March of the Toys from "Babes in Toyland"  (edited by Mark Rogers)

     Cantique de Noel  (arranged by Chip Davis, adapted by Robert Longfield)

     Amen Chorus from "Messiah"  (George F. Handel, arranged by Kenneth Grace)

     Suite from "The Nutcracker"  (arranged by James Curnow)

     A Winter's Night  (arranged by Rick Kirby)

     The Light Eternal  (James Swearingen)

          Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Director

     The Most Wonderful Time of the Year  (arranged by John Moss)

     A Hanukkah Festival  (arranged by Chris Bernotas)

     A Fireside Christmas  (arranged by Sammy Nestico)

     Sleigh Ride  (Leroy Anderson)

     Old Scottish Melody  (setting by Charles Wiley)

     A Christmas Festival  (Leroy Anderson)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

"All Things Considered"

Sunday, March 1st, 2015  4:00 PM  CrossPoint Community Church

Conducted by Mr. Bob Bryant, Music Director

 

     Symphony #2 "Romantic", Movement 3  (Howard Hanson, arr. by Francis McBeth)

     A Vigil Keeping  (Tony Cesario)

     Sheltering Sky  (John Mackey)

     The Hounds of Spring  (Alfred Reed)

     Killer Joe  (Benny Golson, arr. by Edward Rose III)

          Performed by the LSSB Big Band, Mr. Jerry Johnson, conductor

     Where or When  (Richard Rogers & Lorenz Hart, arr. by Gerry Mulligan)

          Performed by the LSSB Big Band, Mr. Jerry Johnson, conductor

     Pie in the Face Polka  (Henry Mancini, arr. by Johnnie Vinson)

     Satiric Dances  (Norman Dello Joio)

          Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Director

     Blue and Green Music  (Samuel Hazo)

     In the Miller Mood  (Arranged by Warren Barker)

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

"Oh, The Places We Will Go!"

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015  4:00 PM  CrossPoint Community Church

Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Music Director

 

     Espana Cani  (Arranged by Roy Weger)

     Mannin Veen  (Haydn Wood)

     Irish Tune from County Derry  (Percy Grainger)

     Russian Folk Dances  (Dan Rager)

     English Folk Song Suite  (Ralph Vaughn Williams)

     The Pathfinder of Panama  (John Philip Sousa, arr. by Frank Byrne)

     Pastime  (Jack Stamp)

     La Traviata, Prelude to Act I  (Giuseppe Verdi, edited by Leonard Falcone)

     Take Me Along  (Bob Merrill, arr. by Alfred Reed)

     Thunder and Blazes  (Julius Fucik, arr. by J.S. Seredy)

 

 

 


 

 

 

"Yankee Doodle Dandy"

Sunday, June 28th, 2015  4:00 PM  CrossPoint Community Church

Conducted by Mr. Bob Bryant, Music Director

 

     The Star Spangled Banner  (Francis Scott Key, arranged by Richard Bowles)

     Texas, Our Texas  (Arranged by Tom Rhodes and Donald Bierschenk)

     The Washington Post  (John Philip Sousa)

     Lincoln Portrait  (Aaron Copland, arranged by Walter Beeler)

          Narrated by Mr. Kevin Riehle

     God of Our Fathers  (arranged by Thomas Knox)

          Conducted by Mr. Richard Crain, guest conductor

     The Glory of the Yankee Navy  (John Philip Sousa, edited by Frederick Fennell)

     Country Bandstand  (James Syler)

          Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Director

     The Stars and Stripes Forever  (John Philip Sousa)

          Conducted by Mr. Eli Perez, guest conductor

     Salute to the Armed Forces  (Camp Kirkland)

          Featuring the Lone Star Community Chorus, Mr. Steve Hoyle, conductor

     Amazing Grace  (William Hines, scored by Luis Maldonado)

          Featuring the Lone Star Community Chorus, Mr. Steve Hoyle, conductor

     America, the Beautiful  (Samuel Augustus Ward, arranged by Carmen Dragon)

          Featuring the Lone Star Community Chorus, Mr. Steve Hoyle, conductor

     God Bless America  (Irving Berlin, arranged by Joseph Martin and Brant Adams)

          Featuring the Lone Star Community Chorus, Mr. Steve Hoyle, conductor

     The Battle Hymn of the Republic  (Peter Wilhousky, arranged by James Neilson)

          Featuring the Lone Star Community Chorus, Mr. Steve Hoyle, conductor

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

2015 Texas Bandmasters Association Annual Convention

Saturday July 25, 2015  3:30PM  Lila Cockrell Theater, San Antonio, Texas

Conducted by Mr. Bob Bryant, Music Director

 

     Prelude, Siciliano and Rondo  (Malcolm Arnold, arranged by John Paynter)

     A Dakota Rhapsody  (Mark Camphouse)

          Conducted by Mr. Mark Camphouse, guest conductor

     Pie in the Face Polka  (Henry Mancini, arranged by Johnnie Vinson)

          Featuring the LSSB Clarinet Section

     Asenet  (Gabe Musella)

          World Premier Performance

     Espana Cani  (Pascual Marquina, arranged by Roy Weger)

          Conducted by Mr. Paul Hogue, Associate Director

     The Hounds of Spring  (Alfred Reed)

     God of Our Fathers  (Arranged by Thomas Knox)

          Conducted by Mr. Richard Crain, guest conductor

     The Pathfinder of Panama  (John Philip Sousa, arranged by Frank Byrne)

 

 

 

                       

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