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Cornell University Wind Ensemble, Marice W. Stith - Cornell University Wind Ensemble flac album Performer: Cornell University Wind Ensemble
Title: Cornell University Wind Ensemble
Released: 1969
MP3 album: 1160 mb
FLAC album: 1119 mb
Rating: 4.5
Genre: Classical

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Cornell University Wind Ensemble Marice Stith (March 22, 1981) KM 6945, program notes. Humboldt State University Department of Music, Paul Cummings: Director's Notes for Symphonic Band. New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble, Frank L. Battisti, program notes (April 19, 1990). Special Collections and Archives, The UC Irvine Libraries, Irvine, California. Classical Composers Database - Bernard Gilmore. Maecenas Music - Five Folk Songs. Ludwig Masters Publications C0072.

Wind ensembles (also known as 'concert bands', 'symphonic bands', 'wind orchestras', etc) are performing groups consisting mainly of woodwinds and/or brass instruments. Commonly associated with communal institutions -or the military- concert bands perform repertoires including original music, transcriptions of popular tunes, and light pieces. Marching bands feature a similar instrumentation, though they differ in that their purpose is to play music while marching, instead of functioning as a concert ensemble. Wind Ensemble's top 10 list.

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The Eastman Wind Ensemble is an American concert band founded by Frederick Fennell at the Eastman School of Music in 1952. Through the group, Fennell redefined wind ensemble to refer to a specific kind of wind band with only one player per part, and focusing on original wind music rather than orchestral transcriptions. The Eastman Wind Ensemble has premiered over 150 works, including works by composers Bernard Rands and Joseph Schwantner.

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A1 Choric Song And Toccata
Composed By – Robert Palmer
A2 March Inter-Collegiate
Composed By – Charles Ives
B1 Symphony No. 4
Composed By – Alan Hovhaness


Notes by Chris Rouse included.