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Montrose Community Band Library April 30, 2012
** There is no masters, one that was borrowed.

1812 Overture - P.I. Tchaikovsky, Arr. Mark Williams

Also Sprach Zarathustra Richard Straus Arr by Robert Longfield

Amazing Grace – Frank Ticheli

America - From West Side Story -Lyrics Stephen Sondheim, Music Leonard Bernstein , Arr. Michael Brown

America the Beautiful - Samuel Augustu Ward, Arr. Carmen Dragon

America the Beautiful ( Ward-Smith) - Claud T. Smith

Americana Folk Suite - Barry Kopetz

American Civil War Fantasy - Jerry Bilik

American Exultant March - Henry Fillmore, Arranged - Andrew Glover

American Patrol - Arr Jerry Gray

American Riversong - Pierre LaPlante

Americans We - Henry Fillmore - Arr. Fredrick Fennell

An American Celebration - Larry Neeck

An der schonen blauen Donau Johann Strauss Jr. Arr Einz

Anchors Aweigh - March - Charles A. Zimmerman, Arr. James Barnes

Armed Forces Salute - Arr. Bob Lowden

Awakening Hills - Richard L. Saucedo

Barnum and Bailey Favorites - Karl King, Arr. Glenn Cl Barnum

** Battle Hymn of the Republic - William Steffe, Arr. Howard E. Akers

Bayou Breakdown - Brant Karric

Benny Goodmand: the King of Swing - arr Paul Murtha

** Big Band Classics - (No Masters) - Arr. Eric Osterling

Big Bands Go Western - Arr. James D. Ployhar

Big Four March - Karl L. King, Arr. James Swearingen

Birdland - Joseph Zawinal, Arr. Bob Lowden

Black Canyon of the Gunnison - Frank Erickson

Blessed Are They - From German Requim -(No Masters)

** Blue Tango (Hotchkiss Music) - Leroy Anderson

Blue Moon - Music Richard Rogers, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart arr Warren Barker

** Broadway Show Stoppers Overture (No Masters) - Arr. Warren Barker

** Broadway Spectacular (No Masters) Arr. John Higgins

But Not For Me - Geroge Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, arr Warren Barker
Cajun Folk Songs - Frank Ticheli

Cajun Folk Songs II - Frank Ticheli

Canzona Peter Mennin

Capriccio Espagnol - Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Arr. Mark Williams

Carnival of the Animals - Camille Saint-Saens, Arr. Jay Bocook

Catch Me If You Can - John Williams, Arr. Jay Bocook

Caucasian Sketches - M. Ippolitov Ivanov

Circus Days - Karl L. King, Arr. Loras Schissel

Clear Track Polka - Eduard Strauss, op. 45, Arr Alfred Reed

Colonel Bogey March - Kenneth J. Alford, Arr. Andrew Glover

Concord - Clare Grundman

** Copland Portrait (No Masters) - Adapted by Clare Grundman

Country Gardens - Percy A. Grainger, adapted for band John P. Sousa

Arr., Brion/Schissel

Cowboys, (The) - John Williams, Arr. Jay Bocook

Crossley March - Henry Fillmore, edited Robert E. Foster

Crown Imperial - Arr. W.J. Duthoit
Dam Busters, The - Eric Coates arr Dougles E. Wagner

Dance of the Jesters - Peter I. Tchaikovsky, Trans. Ray E. Cramer

Disney at the Movies - Arr John Higgins
E. Pluribus Unum March

El Capitan March

Elegy for the U.S.S. Arizona Written by Larry MacTaggart

Emperor's Waltz - Johann Strauss Jr., Arr. Jack Bullock

Enchanted - Highlights from Walt Disney Pictures' - Music by Alan

Menken, Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, Arr Michael Brown

English Folk Songs

Eroica - Overture - (No Masters)

Esprit De Corps - Robert Jager
Fairest of the Fair - March - John Philip Sousa, Arr. Brion & Schissel

Father of Victory - Louis Ganne, Arr. Charles J. Roberts

Festive Dance from Faust - Charles Gounod arr. Andrew Glover

Festival Overture - Shostakovitch - (No Masters)

First Suite in E-Flat - Holst - Colin Matthews

Folk Song Suite - R. Vaughan Williams

Gallant Seventh - The - John P. Sousa, Arr. John R. Bourgeois

** Galop - (No Masters) Dmitri Shostakovich, Trans. Donald Hunsberger

Garry Owens March - Arr. James M. Fulton

Genius of Ray Charles - The - Arr. Michael Brown

Gershwin Portrait - Arr. John higgins

Glenn Miller in Concert - Arr. Paul Murtha

Good Bye - Larry Sims - Gordon Jenkins, Arr. Larry Sims

Gospel in Dixieland - The - Arr. James D. Ployhar

Grandiosa March - Roland Forrest Seitz, Arr. Andrew Glover

** Great Locomotive Chase (The) (No Masters) - Robert W. Smith

Gypsy Dance from "Carmen" - G. Bizet Arr. Alfred Reed

"Gum-Suckers" March - The Percy Aldridge Grainger, Edit R. Mark


** Harlem Rag (No Masters) Tom Turpin, Arr. Elliot A. Del Borge

High School Cadets *

Hilo March

** His Honor (No Masters) Henry Fillmore - Montrose High School Library

Hoe Down - Aaron Copland, Arr. Quincy C. Hilliard

Homefront - The - Arr. James Christensen

** How The West Was Won (No Masters) Arr. Robert Hawkins

Hymn to the Fallen - John Williams, transcribed Paul Lavender
** Immer Kleiner (No Masters) Adolf Schreiner (Larry Sims brought this)

The Immovable Do Percy Grainger

# Incredibles - The - Michael G. Acchino, Arr. Jay Bocook

In The Forest of the King - Pieare LaPlante

Irish Tune from County Derry - Percy Grainger
James Bond Suite - Monty Norman, Arr. Frank Erickson

Jesus Christ Superstar - Andrew Lloyd Webber, Arr. Henry Mancini

adapted for band - John Moss

Kentucky - 1800 Clare Grundman

King Cotton March *

Lassus Trombone - Henry Fillmore, Arr. Loras Schissel Liberty Bell March - John Philip Sousa

Library of Congress - John Philip Sousa, Arr. Stephen Bulla

Lincoln Portraits - Aaron Copland, Arr. Walter Beeler

Manhattan Beach March - Sousa

March of the Belgian Parachutists - Peter Leemans, Arr. John R. Bourgeois

Mission Impossible - Lalo Schifrin, Arr. Edward McLin

Molly On The Shore - Percy Grainger - edited Mark Rogers

Morceau Symphonique - Alexandre Guilmant - Arr. Wesley Shepard

# Music From The Incredibles - Michael Giacchino, Arr. Jay Bocook

Music of the Beatles - arr. Michael Sweeney

My Fair Lady - Words Alan Jay Lerner, Music Frederick Loewe,

Arr., Robert Russell Bennett
National Emblem - E.E. Bagley, Arr. Frederick Fennell

New World Symphony - Antonin Dvorak, Transcribed by Mark Hindsley

New York 1927 - Warren Barker

Nobles of the Mystic Shrine - John Philip Sousa, Arr. Jack Bullock

Old Comrade March

Oklahoma (No Masters)

** On A Hymnsong of Philip Bliss (No Masters) David R. Hotsinger

** Original Dixieland Concerto, (No Masters) John Warrington

** Overture "Eroica" ( No Masters) Joseph Skornicka

Overture For Winds - Charles Carter

Pavane (Pour Une Infante Defunte) Maurice Ravel Arr Robert W. Smith

Peter and the Wolf - Serfei Prokofiev, Arr. Jim Curnow

Phantom of the Opera - Andrew Lloyd Weber, Arr. Johnnie Vinson

Pirates of the Caribbean - Klaus Badelt, Arr. John Wasson

Prairie Dances - David R. Holsinger

Prelude, Siciliano & Rondo - Malcom Arnold, Arr. John P. Paynter

Procession of the Nobles - Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov, Arr. Erik

W.C. Leidzen

Radetsky March - Johann Strauss O.P. 282, Arr. Alfred Reed

Red River Valley - Arr. James Ployhar

Rollo Take a Walk - David Maslanka

Salute to American Jazz - Arr. Sammy Nestico

Sea Songs - Robert Longfield

Second Suite in F - Holst, edited Colin Matthews

Semper Fidelis March - John Philip Sousa, Arr. Brion & Schissel

Semper Paratus - Words & Music Francis Saltus VanBoskerck

Arr. Wm. C. Schoenfeld

Show Boat - Jerome Kern, Arr. Guy Jones

** Sing-Sing-Sing - (No Masters) Louis Prima, Arr. Larry Sims

Stars and Stripes Forever - John Philip Sousa

Star Spangled Banner

Star Wars - The Marches - John Williams, Arr. Jerry Brubaker

St. Louis Blues - W.C. Handy, Arr. Luther Henderson

Suite of Old American Dances - Robert Russell Bennett

Take Me Out to the Ball Game - Albert Von Tilzer, arr. Andrew Balent

** Tempus Ragorum (No Masters) Marshall M. Bartholomew Arr. L. Sims

The Footlifter

The Hounds of Spring - Alfred Reed *

The Thunderer - Sousa - Arr. Brion/Schissel

The Wizard of Oz - Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg, Arr., James Barnes

Them Basses - G.H. Huffine

Toccata for Band - Frank Erickson

Ultimate Patriotic Sing-Along - Att. Jerry Brubaker

** Under the Double Eagle March - (No Masters) - Montrose High School

U.S. Field Artillery March - Sousa - Arr. Keith Brion
Variations on a Korean Folk Song - John Barnes Chance

Valdres - Johannes Hannsen, Arr. Loras Schissel

Victory at Sea - Richard Rodgers, Arr. John Moss

Walking Frog - The Karl L. King, Arr. Robert E. Foster

Washington Post March - John Philip Sousa, Arr. Brion & Schissel

What's Up at the Symphony - Arr Jerry Brubaker

With Quiet Courage - Larry Daehn

Within These Hallowed Halls - James Swearingen

With Quiet Courage - Larry Daehn

William Tell Overture, Finale - G. Rossini, Arr Robert Longfield

Woodwind Polka - The - Arr., Andy Clark
Yorkshire Ballad - James Barnes

Young Person's Guide to John Williams - Arr. Jay Bocook

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