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Concert Band to present 'Peaches and Cream' Sunday

Monday, June 20, 2011

Janelle R. Huber will direct the Brazil Concert Band Sunday. Huber is a senior at Indiana State University.
The Brazil Concert Band will be under the direction of Janelle R. Huber Sunday, June 26.

The band will present, "Peaches and Cream," at 8 p.m., at the Forest Park Band Shell, rain or shine.

Huber is a senior instrumental music education major at the School of Music at Indiana State University.

She is the 2011 recipient of the Presser Scholarship and a winner of the 2011 ISU Concerto Competition. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, piccolo chair in the ISU Wind Orchestra and is piccolo-third flute in the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra.

She also performs with the ISU Symphony Orchestra.

She studies flute and piccolo with Joyce Wilson.

Huber has programmed the overture, "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," by von Suppe and arranged by Henry Fillmore along with Fillmore's, "His Honor March."

Four genres of music by John Philip Sousa include the waltz, "The Reine De La Mer," a fox trot, "Peaches and Cream," a march, "The Daughters of Texas," and his arrangement of English folk tune, "Country Gardens," by his friend Percy Grainger.

Recognizing the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War, the band will perform, "Freischutz Quickstep," by Civil War band leader Claudio Grafulla.

Also on the play list is, "Florentiner March," by Julius Fucik, "Amazing Grace," arranged by Frank Ticheli, and from Broadway, "Selections From Chicago," by John Kander and arranged by Ted Ricketts.

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rain or shine not rain of shine

-- Posted by buddry55 on Mon, Jun 20, 2011, at 4:59 PM
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