2017: what we played

While we’re playing our Christmas program, we’re planning for the Spring 2018 concert season. The program isn’t set yet. To whet your appetite for the coming season, here is a taste of what we played this past year. Click the player below the listing for a sample of the selection – no, it isn’t us playing. These audio files are courtesy of various artists on YouTube.

Benny Goodman: The King of Swing
arr. by Paul Murtha

Selections from Cats
music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr. by John Edmondson

Chicago Police Band March
by Carl Mader

China Doll
by Leroy Anderson

Hands Across the Sea

by John Philip Sousa

Night and Day

by Cole Porter, arr. Paul Yoder
We will not have a singer with us, but this recording featuring the great Ella Fitzgerald is close to the arrangement we’ll play.

Opening Night on Broadway

arr. Michael Brown

Parade of the Cliches
by Livingston Gearhart

Pie Jesu
by Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr. Anne McGinty

Pirates of the Caribbean Medley
by Hans Zimmer, arr. Carolyn H. Cook (our very own)

Scepter of Liberty

by J. Olivadoti


by Girolamo Frescobaldi, arr. Earl Slocum

What’s Up at the Symphony

arr. Jerry Brubaker


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