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Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble
WINDS OF CHANGE, PART III: CONTEMPORARY CREATORS
Works by William Schuman, Vincent Persichetti, Frank Ticheli, Karel Husa and David Maslanka.
Capping a year-long exploration into how wind ensembles have moved music in rich and exciting directions, this concert brings together works by the most important wind band composers from the mid-20th century to today, evoking a movie house newsreel, a sleek wild beast, a revered holy man and more.
MORE INFOMATTHEW M. MARSIT conductor
Schuman Newsreel in Five Shots
Frank Ticheli Symphony No. 2
Maslanka Saint Francis
Let the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble be your guide on a tour through the marvelous musical developments of 20th- and 21st-century music for winds! Through four linked performances, DCWE conductor Matthew Marsit and his ensemble take us from early works by composers like Holst and Wagner—among the first to tap the true musical potential of the wind band—and into the subsequent century of increasingly virtuosic and varied music for wind ensemble, blending classical, jazz, pop, rock and world music.
Pre-concert talk, 7 pm, Hopkins Center Rm. 132, Free
Wind band music full of the color, rhythms and harmonies of today takes center stage in a concert celebrating four of the best composers for that genre. Titled Winds of Change, Part III: Contemporary Creators, this concert by the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble (DCWE) takes place Saturday, May 6, 8 pm, in the Hop’s Spaulding Auditorium…
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