Olympic Brass Quintet At Waterloo Arts This Sunday At 4pm

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Waterloo Arts says
The autumn season of the Music for Miles chamber series begins with Olympic Brass, a traditional brass quintet with a repertoire spanning five centuries, a wide variety of styles and a rich palette of instruments. The ensemble will honor September 11 with arrangements of patriotic favorites and other beautiful pieces written for brass quintet. As always, M4M concerts are free and open to all ages. Olympic Brass will perform in the Creative Space of Waterloo Arts (397 E 156th Street entrance). The current gallery exhibit "Without Commercial Interruption" can be viewed during intermission or after the concert. Refreshments are available at the adjoining Callaloo Cafe.

Dr. Amanda Bekeny, trumpet
Eric Dina, trumpet
Greg Hillis, horn
Eric Rowles, trombone
J.c. Sherman, tuba

Star Spangled Banner (Traditional - Francis Scott Key) Die Bankelsangerlieder (anonymous; ed. Robert King) Canzona per sonare No. 3 (Giovanni Gabrieli)
French Military March (Camille Saint-Saens, arr. Dick Stacey)
2 Suite in F (Gustav Holst, arr. David Sabourin and Greg Hillis)
Sonata Pathetique (Beethoven, arr. Eric Rowles)
The Entertainer (Scott Joplin, arr. Arthur Frackenpohl)
Norwegian Dance (Edvard Grieg, arr. Dick Stacey)

(Intermission)

Movement 3 (Allegro Moderato): Quintet No. 1 (Victor Ewald)
Battle Hymn of the Republic, arr. Stephen Bulla
Armed Forces Tribute, Stephen Bulla
Semper Fidelis March (John Phillips Sousa, arr. Dick Stacey)
Stars and Stripes Forever, Sousa arr. Frackenpohl

Questions? Email info@waterlooarts.org or call 216-692-9500.
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By: Waterloo Arts

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