2017-2018 UMWE Repertoire

2017-2018 University of Maryland Wind Ensemble Repertoire

Symphonic Metamorphosis

Friday, October 13, 2017​, 8 pm

Michael Votta, Jr., music director

Brian Coffill, Joseph Scott, & David Wacyk, assistant conductors

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Divertimento in E-Flat Major, K. 166/159d

Michael Votta, Jr., conductor

Vincent Persichetti, Pageant, Op. 59

David Wacyk, conductor

Steven Bryant, Nothing Gold Can Stay

Ralph Vaughan Williams, English Folk Song Suite

I. March: Seventeen Come Sunday

II. Intermezzo: My Bonny Boy

III. March: Folk Songs From Somerset

Brian Coffill, conductor

- intermission -

Johannes Brahms, Two Chorale Preludes

Joseph Scott, conductor

Paul Hindemith, Symphonic Metamorphosis

Lincolnshire Posy

Friday, November 17, 2017​, 8 pm

Michael Votta, Jr., music director

Brian Coffill, Joseph Scott, & David Wacyk, assistant conductors

Paul Dukas, Fanfare pour preceder "La Peri"

Michael Votta, Jr., conductor

Michael Torke, Grand Central Station

Joseph Scott, conductor

Percy Grainger, Lincolnshire Posy

I. Lisbon

II. Horkstow Grange

III. Rufford Park Poachers

IV. The Brisk Young Sailor

V. Lord Melbourne

VI. The Lost Lady Found

David Wacyk, Joseph Scott, & Brian Coffill, conductors

- intermission -

​Richard Strauss, Serenade in E-flat, Op. 7

David Wacyk, conductor

Augusta Read Thomas, Magneticfireflies

Brian Coffill, conductor

Leonard Bernstein, Slava!

arr. Clare Grundman

UMWE Concert No. 3

With the Bishop McNamara High School Wind Ensemble

Anthony Conto, director

Friday, March 2, 2018, 8 pm

Michael Votta, Jr., music director

David Wacyk, assistant conductor

Bishop McNamara High School Wind Ensemble

Timothy Mahr, Dig Down Deep

John Mackey, This Cruel Moon

Frank Ticheli, San Antonio Dances

I. Alamo Gardens

II. Tex-Mex on the Riverwalk

- intermission -

University of Maryland Wind Ensemble

Richard Wagner, Huldigungsmarsch

David Wacyk, conductor

David Maslanka, A Child’s Garden of Dreams

I. There is a desert on the moon where the dreamer sinks so deeply into the ground that she reaches hell

II. A drunken woman falls into the water and comes out renewed and sober

III. A horde of small animals frightens the dreamer. The animals increase to a tremendous size, and one of them devours the little girl

IV. A drop of water is seen as it appears when looked at through a microscope. The girl sees that the drop is full of tree branches. This portrays the origin of the world

V. An ascent into heaven where pagan dances are being celebrated; and a descent into hell where angels are doing good deeds

Michael Votta, Jr., conductor

Combined University of Maryland and Bishop McNamara High School Wind Ensembles

Gordon Jacob, William Byrd Suite

I. Earle of Oxford’s March

III. Jhon Come Kiss Me Now

IV. Mayden’s Song

VI. The Bells

Dmitri Shostakovich, Galop

"Star Wars Trilogy"

Friday, April 27, 2018, 8 pm

Michael Votta, Jr., music director

Brian Coffill, Joseph Scott, & David Wacyk, assistant conductors

John Williams, Star Wars Trilogy, arr. Hunsburger

Additional Repertoire TBA

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