May 9, 2017
Come one come all! Enjoy a bright bugler’s holiday and other fun favorites on Tues. May 16th at 7:30PM in the Longfellow Middle School auditorium! The band will present a very American collection of great patriotic tunes. After, please join us for yummy treats in the Auditorium lobby, provided by members of the band, immediately following the concert. Here is our lineup:
- American Flourish by Robert W. Smith
- A Celebration Overture by Bruce Broughton
- Crown Imperial by William Walton
- An American Elegy by Frank Ticheli
- Bugler’s Holiday by Leroy Anderson
- Lincolnshire Posy mvmts. 4,5,6 by Percy Aldridge Grainger
- Washington Post March by J.P. Sousa
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February 20, 2017
Date: Tuesday, February 21st
Place: Harwood Place, 8220 Harwood Avenue (it’s pretty much the same as Watertown Plank Rd)
Time: Rhythm section arrives – between 6:15 & 6:30
Everyone else arrives – between 6:30 & 6:45
(Please don’t arrive early)
Gig at 7pm, about 60-75 minutes
What to bring:
Music & instrument
Tosa Jazz shirt if you have one, dark polo-ish shirt if not
Water (it’s warm)
If it’s convenient, bring a folding chair. They don’t have a lot of chairs without armrests there.
Personnel: Here’s what I believe will be the personnel. Send a note if it’s wrong.
Trumpets – Scott, Spencer, Joe, Jo, Bob, Jim, Aaron
Trombones – Judy, David, Douglas, Adam, Steve, Matthew?
Alto saxes – Becky, Gary, Andy, Kyle?
Tenor saxes – Howard, Norbert, Charlie
Bari sax – Becky
Rhythm – Jerry, Jay, Tim, Brian
Hot Java Jump
Lullaby of Birdland
In The Mood
Take The “A” Train
String Of Pearls
Big Swing Face
What’d I Say