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Wind Band Literature takes a close look at the best of the wind band repertoire, from chamber music to huge symphonic works, from beginning band to professional level. It is not a comprehensive repertoire site, but rather a collection of resources compiled and created by conductor Andy Pease.  These are tools to share with students and colleagues to help enhance understanding of what makes the music we play so powerful and meaningful to us.


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From the South Mountain Community College Band program:

December 7, 6:00pm

Variation Overture – Clifton Williams

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Johann Sebastian Bach

Joyful Variations – Brian Beck

Shenandoah – Frank Ticheli

Coat of Arms March – George Kenny

October 16, 5:30pm

Washington Post March – John Philip Sousa

A Jamestown Trilogy – Gary Fagan

Sourwood Suite – Gay Holmes Spears


Coming this fall to the Sun Valley Chamber Winds:

“Mozart and Drama” – Unity of Phoenix church, November 6, 7:00pm

Marriage of Figaro Overture – W. A. Mozart, arr. Wendt

Figures in the Garden – Jonathan Dove

Serenade in C minor, K. 388 – W. A. Mozart

“Concert Zero” – ASU Newman Catholic Center, October 17, 7:30pm

Petite Symphonie – Charles Gounod

Serenade in E-flat major, K. 375 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


Looking for a recap?  Here they are in abundance: Summer 2015Spring 2015Fall 2014Summer 2014Spring 2014Fall 2013Summer 2013Spring 2013Fall 2012Summer 2012,  Spring 2012Fall 2011, Summer 2011, Spring 2011,  Fall 2010.

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