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Becky Auten Professor Hammer Music Lecture 1003 14 October 1999 Wind Symphony WDale Warren Conductor The Wind Symphony preformed on Monday October 11 at 800 pm at the Walton Arts Center in Baum-Walker Hall The performance lasted one hour and thirty minuets and consisted of six pieces The first piece was Variations for Wind Band by Ralph Vaughn Williams All the instruments tuned to the oboe then they started the English piece The Bass and symbols came in first and was very loud The song reminded me of the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark The feeling was mysterious and I liked it The second piece was Chester Overture for Band by William Schuman This American song moved very fast with a lot of clarinet and flute for the melody I liked this song because it was patriotic The third piece was Chester leaps in by Steven Bryant I really liked this song because I heard a lot of clarinet and bell solos I happen to be a clarinet player and I know how hard it is for clarinets to be heard so I really enjoyed this piece The fourth piece was Marche Joyeuse by Emmanuel Chabrier This piece featured an oboe solo and then the full band came in and repeated the melody several times I liked this French song because of the fullness and richness of the rhythm This song made me feel happy The fifth piece was Bacchanale by Rolf Rudin This German piece was full of wonderful moments and colors but changes feelings though out First the song starts out suspenseful like something bad is about to happen in a thriller movie Then the song changes to happy like what someone might hear at a festival At the end there is a trumpet solo that expresses major and minor harmonics I thought this song was too long but I still liked it The sixth piece was Vesuvius by Frank
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