Timeless: Wind Band Dances and Other Concert Favorites [CD] - BYU Wind Symphony

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Timeless: Wind Band Dances and Other Concert Favorites [CD] - BYU Wind Symphony

The BYU Wind Symphony comprises the finest woodwind, brass, and percussion players at Brigham Young University. The band maintains an active performance schedule with programming that ranges from wind band classics to some of the newest wind repertoire. As Brigham Young University’s premier wind band, the ensemble has performed across the United States and in 20 foreign countries, including China, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand and countries across Europe.

The BYU Wind Symphony is conducted by Dr. Don Peterson.

This recording was made April 28–29, 2015, just prior to the band’s departure for a tour of Mongolia, South Korea, and Japan.


TRACKS

1 Let Freedom Ring
Ryan Nowlin

2 American Overture for Band
Joseph Willcox Jenkins

3 Overture from Colas Breugnon
Dmitri Kabalevsky,
arr. Donald Hunsberger

PINEAPPLE POLL
Sir Arthur Sullivan, arr. Charles Mackerras

4 Opening

5 Finale

SUITE OF OLD AMERICAN DANCES 
Robert Russell Bennett

6 Cake Walk

7 Schottische

8 Western One-Step

9 Wallflower Waltz

10 Rag

11 O Magnum Mysterium
Morten Lauridsen, arr. H. Robert Reynolds

12 Fantastic Polka
Arthur Pryor, arr. Andrew Glover
Trombone soloist: Lyman McBride

13 Guisganderie
Faustin and Maurice Jeanjean, 
arr. Carl S. Hammer
Clarinet soloist: Csaba Jevtic-Somlai 

14 Saxophobia
Rudy Wiedoeft
arr. Jory Woodis, Carl S. Hammer

15 Dance of the Jesters
Piotr Tchaikovsky, arr. Ray Cramer

16 Conga del Fuego Nuevo
Arturo Márquez, arr. Oliver Nickel

17 Rolling Thunder
Henry Fillmore


CREDITS

Producer: Don Peterson

Executive producer: Ben Fales

Recording and mixing engineer: Jeff Carter

Editing and mastering engineer: Troy Sales

BYU Records is part of BYU Music Group, an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.