Nov. 4, 2009
Tubular Bells, Sleigh Bells and More: A concert by the Webster University Wind Ensemble
The Webster University Wind Ensemble performs an eclectic concert featuring selections for the entire group as well as compositions for the individual sections.
Colton Lytle, a Webster University percussion major, has arranged Tubular Bells (1973) by Michael Oldfield for the Percussion Ensemble. Bells will also be present in Troika (a three-horse drawn sleigh) movement from Lieutenant Kijé (1933) by Sergei Prokofiev.
James A. Martin, director
Ewazen Western Fanfare
Prokofiev Two movements from Lieutenant Kijé
Henry Claude, director
Oldfield, arr. by Lytle Tubular Bells
Mike Karpowicz, director
Hartley Adagio for Saxophones
Eric Ring, director
Telemann Sonata in C: Adagio and Allegro, TWV 43:C
When: Monday, Nov. 23, 2009, 7 p.m.
Where: Community Music School of Webster University, 535 Garden Ave.
Cost: $3 at the door, students free with valid identification
More Info: Call the Fine Arts Hotline 968-7128.