The University of Kansas Wind Ensemble
2013-2014 Concert Season

October 6 at the Lied Center, 2:30 pm
Canzona (1951), Peter Mennin (1923-1983)
Panta Rhei (2010), Ingrid Stolzel (b. 1971)
Bliss (2003), Michael Torke (b. 1961)
Morning Star (1997), David Maslanka (b. 1943)
Rapsodia Borealis (2001), Soren Hyldgaard (b. 1962)
     Dr. Michael Davidson, trombone soloist

October 22 at the Lied Center, 7:30 pm
Anniversary Fanfare (2013), James Barnes (b. 1949) WORLD PREMIERE
Bassoon Concerto for Winds and Electronics (2013), Kip Haaheim (b. 1955) WORLD
PREMIERE - Eric Stomberg, bassoon soloist

November 10 at Kauffman Center KC, MO
     Capt. Michelle Rakers, US Marine Band & Sharon Toulouse, guest conductors
Wild Blue Yonder (2006), James Barnes (b. 1949)
Symphony No. 4 (1952), Morton Gould (1913-1996)
Commando March (1943) Samuel Barber, 1910-1981
The Alcotts (1920) – Charles Ives (1874-1954)/ trans. Elkus
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (1775)/arr. Simone Manti -AJ Miller and
Sarah Miller, euphonium soloists

Semper Fi (1888) John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)
Band of Brothers (2001) Michael Kamen (b. 1948)/ trans. Nowlin
Armed Forces Medley arr. Knox
Stars and Stripes Forever (1896), John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)

December 3 Blue Valley High School, 7:00 pm
A shared program with the Blue Valley High School Bands!

 March (1943) Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
Avian Bear, guest conductor
Wild Blue Yonder (2006), James Barnes (b. 1949)
Sharon Toulouse, guest conductor
“Marches” from Symphony No.4 (1952), Morton Gould (1913-1996)

Escort Bennett/Fennell - Combined with BVHS Bands

December 9 Murphy Hall 130, 1:00 pm
Canzon septimi toni No. 1(1597) by Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1612)
Old Wine in New Bottles (1958) by Gordon Jacob (1895-1984)
Chorale and Alleluia (1954) by Howard Hanson (1896-1981)
Ice 9(2011) by Von Hanson (b.1984) world premiere
Cameron's Dream (2013) by Joni Greene (b.1981) world premiere
Four Scottish Dances (1957/1978) by Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006)/Trans. by John Paynter

Spring 2014

February 1 Prairie Winds Concert at Lied Center, 7:30 pm
Krunch (1996)  Tim Davies (b. 1972)  KU SAXOPHONE QUARTET 1
…and the mountains rising nowhere (1977)Joseph Schwantner (1943)
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (1775)arr. Simone Mantia
Albert and Sarah Miller, Guest SoloistsSharon Toulouse, Guest Conductor
Commando March (1943)Samuel Barber (1910-1981)Matthew O. Smith, Guest Conductor

February 6 at Park Hill South High School, 7:00 pm
Commando March (1943)Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
Chorale and Alleluia (1954)Howard Hanson (1896-1981)
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms (1775)arr. Simone Mantia
Albert and Sarah Miller, Guest SoloistsSharon Tolouse, Guest Conductor
Four Scottish Dances (1957/1978)Malcolm Arnold (1921-2006)/Trans. John Paynter

February 25 Lied Center, 7:30 pm
Quator (1933) Jean Francaix (1912-1997) FLAT VI QUARTET
Lateral Perspectives (2010)  Kevin Walczyk (b. 1964) Luke Johnson, guest conductor
Net Luck Soaring (2011) Joni Greene (b.1981)  Ben Harper, guest conductor

...and the mountains rising nowhere (1977) Joseph Schwantner (1943)
Idea Number Twenty-Four (2006) Terry Everson (1962) KU TRUMPET QUINTET
Lincolnshire Posy (1937) Percy Aldridge Grainger (1882-1961)

April 15 Lied Center, 7:30 pm
Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920, rev. 1947) Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)
Concerto for Flute and Wind Orchestra (2012) James Barnes (b.1949) world premiere
   Sarah Frisof, soloist
Matthew O. Smith, guest conductor
A Child’s Garden of Dreams (1981) David Maslanka (b.1943)

April 25 Murphy Hall 130, 2:30 pm
Chad Simons Lecture-Recital tentative: “The Wind Music of Composer Joni Greene”

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