The follow is a list of the formal concerts and works MCCB has performed since day 1. The most recent concert is listed at the top, our first concert is at the bottom.

 


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June 7th, 2013: "20th Anniversary Gala"

Jeff Yaeger, Director

Strike up the Band!, by George Gershwin, arr Jerry Brubaker

John Williams in Concert: arr. Paul Lavender

Apollo Suite: by Jerry Brubaker

Peter and the Wolf, by Sergei Prokofiev
Holly Lasky, Conductor. Cameron Caruthers, Narrator

Variations on “America,” by Charles Ives
Holly Lasky, Conductor

Yagi-Bushi, arr Iwai Naohiro
Holly Lasky, Conductor

INTERMISSION

Exhilaration: by Larry Clark

Ceremonies: Past and Present, by Jason McChristian. 

English Folk Song Suite, by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Chris Kaldy, Conductor

Pilatus: Mountain of Dragons, by David Reineke
Chris Kaldy, Conductor

Amparito Roca, by Jaime Texidor

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March 8th, 2013: "Jazz:

Jeff Yaeger, Director

MCCB:

Blowin’ the Blues.....................................arr Paul Yoder
Scott Joplin Retrospective.......................arr Andy Clark (1997)
Alexanders Ragtime Band.......................Irving Berlin (1911), arr Jeff Taylor
A Bernstein Tribute..................................Leonard Bernstein, adapted by Clare Grundman (1991)

SBSMA Big Band Jazz:
Pick Up The Pieces .................................The Average White Band
Just Friends ............................................John Klenner
They Can't Take That Away From Me .....Ira & George Gershwin
Fever .......................................................Cooley/Blackwell
Blues In the Night.....................................Harold Arlen

Intermission

Hit the Bricks ..........................................Gordon Goodwin
Georgia On My Mind...............................Hoagy Carmichael
Do Nothing 'til You Hear From Me ..........Duke Ellington
Just In Time ............................................Styne/Compton & Green
Land of Make Believe..............................Chuck Mangione
It Had Better Be Tonight..........................Henry Mancini

MCCB:
Manhattan..............................................Rodgers & Hart (1925), arr John J. Morrissey (1959)
Pink Panther.......................................... Henry Mancini (1963) arr John Edmondson (1984)
Selections from “Chicago”...................... Ebb & Kander (1974) arr Ted Ricketts (2003)

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December 7, 2012 “The Prince and the Piper: Music of Ye Olde World”

Jeff Yaeger, Director

Procession of the Nobles.......................................Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr Frank Erickson
Russian Easter Overture.......................................Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr J.Bocook
Et Vive La Liberte!................................................. Laurent Delbecq
Songs from the French Revolution
Portraits from La Perichole................................... Offenbach, arr Victor Laurence
Hungarian Rhapsody #2,........................................Franz Liszt, arr, March Oliver
Pineapple Poll, …...................................................Sullivan / Makaeras, arr W. J. Duthoit

I. Opening Number

II. Jasper’s Dance

III. Poll’s Dance

IV. Finale

Loch Lomond..........................................................Frank Ticheli
Huldigungsmarsch.................................................Edvard Grieg, arr Ed Chennette
Roses from the South Waltz.................................Johann Strauss Jr, arr Laurendeau
The Florentiner March............................................Julius Fucik, arr Col. Bourgeois
Funicula, Funiculi....................................................arr. Alfred Reed.
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July 26, 2012 “Band Stravaganza: Summer Band Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Raymond Overture ..................................... Ambroise Thomas, arr Safranek
Sorella (La Mattchiche) ............................... Charles Borel-Clerc (1912)   
Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber ...................arr. Warren Barker
The Ramparts ..............................................Clifton Williams
Trauer-Marsh ................................................Felix Mendelssohn, ed Erick Leidzen
River Jordan ................................................. Maurice C. Whitney

(Fantasy on African American Spirituals)

Rhapsody of Reruns .................................... arr. Paul Jennings                                       
Riders for the Flag ........................................John Philip Sousa, ed Frederick Fennell


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May 30 & June 1, 2012 “Round ‘em Up: Western Concert” (May 30 was joint with Milpitas High)
Jeff Yaeger, Director

American Overture for Band ............. Joseph Willcox Jenkins
New Mexico March .............................John Philip Sousa, arr. Fennell
River of Hope ......................................Michael Sweeney
American Frontier Suite ......................David P. Miller
Magnificent Seven ...............................Elmer Bernstein, arr. Phillippe
Silverado ..............................................Bruce Broughton arr. Randol Bass
Shenandoah ........................................ Frank Ticheli
The March from 1941 ...........................John Williams trans Paul Lavender
Buffalo Bill’s Farewell March ................William Sweeney
Finale from William Tell.........................Rossini, arr Longfield
Concerto in C minor for Piccolo............Vivaldi
Vicky Tu, Piccolo

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March 9, 2012 “A Taste of the Classics: History’s Great Composers”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Marsch des Yorck'schen Korps.......................Beethoven, arr J. Yaeger
Zampa Overture................................................L. J. F. Hérold, arr Vincent Frank Safranek
Lehar Melodies................................................. Franz Lehar, arr Roger Barsotti
Barber of Seville: Overture............................... Gioachino Rossini, arr Kenneth Singleton
Under the Double Eagle.....................................J.F. Wagner, arr L.P. Laurendeau
Gems of Tchaikovsky........................................arr. Tom Clark
Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral.................. Richard Wagner, arr Lucien Cailliet
Introduction and Bridal Chorus (Lohengrin),......Richard Wagner, arr L.P.Laurendeau
Espana Cani.......................................................P. Marquina, arr Longfield

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October 28, 2011 “A little Fright Music: Halloween Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Carmina Burana........................................Carl Orff, arr John Krance

I: O Fortuna, velut Luna (O Fortune, variable as the moon)

II: Fortune plango vulnera (I Lament Fortune’s blows)

VI: Were diu welt alle min (Were the world all mine)

XIII:Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi (Fortune, Empress of the World)

Harry’s Wondrous World (Harry Potter)....John Williams, arr Jerry Brubaker
Funeral March of a Marionette....................Charles Gounod, arr Stephen Squires
The Heart of Madness.................................Mark Lortz
Joe Ayers, Guest Conductor
Music for a Darkened Theatre …............... Danny Elfman, arr Michael Brown
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor....................Johann Sebastian Bach arr Victor López
Night on Bald Mountain............................... Modest Mussorgsky, arr Mark Williams
Danse Macabre...........................................Saint-Saëns, arr Lorrain E. Watters and Jerry Gates
March to the Scaffold.................................. Hector Berlioz, arr Calvin Custer
The Phantom of the Opera Medley............. Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr Johnnie Vinson
Alpha and Omega...................................... Paul Yoder

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June 17, 2011 “Water Music”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Fantasy On American Sailing Songs........................Claire Grundman
Water Music Suite.....................................................G. F. Handel, arr Hershy Kay

I: Overture

II: Air

III: Minuet

V: Finale

Hymn to Red October................................................Basil Poledouris, arr Jerry Brubaker
American Riversongs................................................ Pirerre La Plante
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End..................Hans Zimmer, arr Ted Ricketts
Selections from “Show Boat” …................................Jerome Kern, arr Robert Russell BennetT
Blue Danube Waltz................................................... Johann Strauss, arr L.P. Laurendeau
Sea Songs..................................................................R. Vaughan Williams
Spoon River............................................................... Percy Grainger, arr Robert Sheldon
Jack Tar March...........................................................J.P. Sousa
Beach Boys Forever...................................................arr. Jerry Brubaker
Wipe Out.....................................................................?
Justin Horn, Drums

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March 25, 2011 “The Blue and the Grey: Civil War Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director
Jeremy DiSavlo, Asst Director

Blue and the Grey...................................................Clare Grundman
Gettysburg, (From The Motion Picture)..................Randy Edelman, arrJohn Moss
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst Director
Marching Through Georgia.....................................arr John Philip Sousa, ed Michael Gollemo
Gentle Annie............................................................Stephen C. Foster, arr Loras J. Schissel
Jeff Yaeger, Trombone
Clash of the IronClads............................................James L. Hosay
Washington Grays..................................................Claudio S. Grafulla, arr Loras J. Schissel
Indiana Polka, (Brass Band + Piccolo).................. Edmund Jaeger, ed Jeff Yaeger
Vicky Tu, Db Piccolo. Jeff Yaeger, Eb Cornet
Plantation Melodies (Brass Band + Piccolo) …......Stephen C. Foster, arr Ken Distler

“Nelly Bly,” “Old Folks At Home,” “Ring, Ring the Banjo,”

The Honored Dead (Funeral March),.....................John Philip Sousa, arr Jeff Yaeger
Amazing Grace.......................................................Frank Ticheli
Three Southern Vignettes...................................... Ed Huckeby
Battle Hymn of the Republic.................................. arr. Peter J. Wilhousky, arr James Neilson
Garry Owen March................................................ arr. James M. Fulton

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December 17, 2010 “Space”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Also Sprach Zarathustra....................................Richard Strauss, ed Jeff Yaeger
Seventh Suite For Band “A Century of Flight”... Alfred Reed

III. March: “To Fly With the Wings of Eagles”

As the Moon Whisper..........................................Benjamin Yeo
Looking Upward Suite.........................................John Philip Sousa, ed Col. John R. Bouregeois

I: By the Light of the Polar Star

II: Beneath The Southern Cross

III: Mars and Venus

Star Wars Medley.............................................. John Williams, arr James H. Burden
Saturn: The Ringed Planet..................................Rob Romeyn
Star Trek Through the Years.............................. arr, John Moss
Transit of Venus March.......................................John Philip Sousa, ed by Loras John Schissel

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June 19, 2010 “Summer Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst Director

Fulton’s Triumphal, March…………......……...Jeff Yaeger
Carmen Suite…………………………………...George Bizet, arr Bullock
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst Director
At the Movies: ……..……………………....…...John Philip Sousa

I. “The Serenaders”

The Water Is Wide……………………………...arr Rick Kirby
Vicky Tu, Student conductor
Bugler’s Holiday………………………………...Leroy Anderson
The Rose Shamrock and Thistle…………...…John Philip Sousa, Arr Keith Brion
Overture “1812”……………………………...….Tchaikovsky, Arr M. L. Lake
A Prairie Portrait…………………......................Robert Sheldon
Southern Hymn…………………………….........Samuel Hazo
Into the Joy of Spring…………………………...James Sweaingen

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March 19, 2010 “A night at the Theatre” (This concert was Cancelled due to power failure)
Jeff Yaeger, Director
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst Director

The Marriage of Figaro: Overture......……W.A. Mozart, arr Earl Slocum
Italian In Algiers……………………………Gioacchino Rossini, arr Mitchell Bender
Carmen Suite……………………………...George Bizet, arr Bullock
Lehár Melodies………………………........Franz Lehár, arr Roger Barsotti
The Wizard Of Oz: Selections…………...Paul Tietjens, arr James M. Fulton, ed David H. Bailey
March of Time………..Jewell, Alexander, Richards, Holmes, King, Barnhouse, arr J.J.Richards
At the Movies: ”……..…………………….John Philip Sousa

I. “The Serenaders”

Selections from “Miss Saigon”……..........Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr Bocook

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December 11, 2009 “Winter Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst. Director
The Lyric Carolers, special guests.

Milpitas Community Concert Band:

Snow Day Celebration.............................................................Alan Stein
Farandole.................................................................................Georges Bizet, arr Jay Bocook
Jeremy DiSalvo, Asst Director
If Thou Be Near,........................................................................J.S. Bach, arr Alfred Reed

The Lyric Carolers:

The Virgin Mary had a Baby Boy Child …..................................arr. Richard Duce
O Little Town of Bethlehem.......................................................Traditional
The Zither Carol: Czech Folk Tune......................................…..arr. Malcolm Sargent.
Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bells, Wish you a Merry Christmas.............arr. Chris Richardson

Milpitas Community Concert Band:

Russian Christmas Music......................................................... Alfred Reed
In the Bleak Midwinter................................................................ Gustav Holst, arr Robert W. Smith
An Irving Berlin Christmas..........................................................arr. Warren Barker
Auld Lang Syne.......................................................................... arr. Robert Longfield

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June 17, 2009 “Americana: Music from America’s Past”
Jeff Yaeger Director

Hail, Columbia............................................Philip Phile
Star Spangled Banner................................John Stafford Smith, arr Sousa
American Patrol..........................................F.W. Meacham
Mountain Majesty Overture........................Paul Yoder
Shenandoah.............................................. Frank Ticheli
Rushmore,.................................................Alfred Reed
Eternal Father, U.S. Navy Hymn..............Rev, John Dykes, arr James D. Ployhar
Suite of Old American Dances..................Robert Russell Bennett

I. Cake Walk

Litely and Politely: Concert March...Fran Wine-Gar
Bell of the Ball............................................Herman A. Hummel

Including: Shoo Fly, Man on the Flying Trapeze, While Strolling Through the Park, The Bowery, Little Brown Jug, Daisy Bell, The Band Played On.

The Evolution of Dixie................................M.L. Lake
Georgia on my Mind.................................Hoagy Carmichael,
Armed Forces Salute............................... Bob Lowden

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March 20, 2009 “Music of the Nations”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

French March Patrol......................................James M. Fulton
Fantasy on a Russian Air...............................Johnnie Vinson
Danza Caribe.................................................Alfred Reed
Mandalen Landscapes...................................Philip Sparke
English Folk Song Suite.................................Ralph Vaughan Williams
By the Rivers of Babylon................................Ed Huckby
Irish Tune from County Derry.........................arr Percy Grainger, ed R. Mark Rodgers
Israeli Dance...................................................arr Fred M. Hubbull
Tales from the Vienna Woods........................Johann Strauss Jr. arr Laurendeau
Guadalajara from “Suite Espagnol”................James M. Fulton


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November 21, 2008 “Looney Tunes: A Family Concert”
Jeff Yaeger, Director

Looney  Tunes Overture………...………………………arr Bill Holcombe
The Whistler and His Dog…...…….……………………Arthur Pryor, arr Andrew Balent
Pirates of the Aeolian……………………………………Robert Reck
   I: The Parrot of the Pirate Made Language Foule
   II: A Maide So Faire
   III: Sea Change
A Trumpeter’s Lullaby…………………..……………….Leroy Anderson, arr Philip J. Lang
The Teddy Bear’s Picnic………………………………..John W. Bratton, arr Paul Yoder
The Muppet Show Theme……………...……………….arr Frank D. Cofield
Funeral March……………….......……………...............F. Chopin, arr Paul De Vile
Clarinet Polka………….………….……………………..arr David Bennett
Lassus Trombone…...………………………………….Henry Fillmore
Coast Guards March……………………..……………..Karl L. King, arr James Swearingen

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Performance Info during the directorship of Chris Kaldy, Comming soon!
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June 26, 1998 “The Broadway Melody”
Holly M. Lasky, Director
Chris Kaldy, Director

76 Trombones (the Music Man)..................................Meredith Willson, arr Philip J. Lang
Someone Like You (Jekyll and Hyde)........................Frank Wildhorn, arr Jerry Nowak
Ellie Wiener, Flute
Overture to “Pirates of Penzance”..............................Arthur Sullivan, arr Robert O’Brian
Ascot Gavotte from “My Fair Lady”............................Frederick Loewe
March of the Siamese Children from “The King & I”..Richard Rodgers
Ellie Wiener, Flute. Babbette McKay, Oboe. Susan Lau, Clarinet.
Michael Malone, Alto Sax. Chris Kaldy, Baritone Sax
Selections from “Guys and Dolls”...............................Frank Loesser, arr Calvin Custer
Suite from “Fiddler on the Roof”..................................Jerry Bock, arr Robert W. Smith
Overture to “Candide”..................................................Leonard Bernstein, arr Clare Grundman
I Dreamed a Dream (Les Miserables).........................Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr Jay Bocook
Selections from “Miss Saigon”.....................................Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr Jay Bocook
The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber............................arr Warren Barker
One from “A Chorus Line”............................................Marvin Hamlisch, arr Jerry Nowak

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May 17, 1998 “Community Bands Together”
Holly M. Lasky, Director, Milpitas Community Concert Band
Robert Gomez, Director, Cupertino Symphonic Band

Milpitas Community Concert Band:
Strike up the Band............................George Gershwin, arr Jerry Brubaker
Shenandoah......................................arr Jay Bocook
A Copland Tribute.............................Aaron Copland, arr Clare Grundman

Cupertino Symphonic Band:
American Overture for Band............Joseph Wilcox Jenkins
Pavanne: From Symphonette 2........Morton Gould
William Tell Overture.........................Rossini, arr Erik Leidzen

Milpitas Community Concert Band AND the Cupertino Symphonic Band Combined:
Overture to “Candide”.......................Leonard Bernstein, trans Clare Grundman
The Magic of Andrew Lloyd Webber.....arr. Warren Barker
Selections from Disney’s Fantasia.....arr. James Curnow
Carmen Suite....................................Bizet, arr Jack Bullock  


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March 27, 1998 “America The Beautiful”
Holly M. Lasky, Director
Chris Kaldy, Asst Director
Lori Purcell, Soprano, Guest Soloist

Strike up the Band.......................George Gershwin, arr Jerry Brubaker
A Copland Tribute........................Aaron Copland, arr Clare Grundman
Shenandoah.................................arr Jay Bocook
The Whistler and His Dog............Arthur Pryor, arr Andrew Balent
Variations on “America”...............Charles Ives, trans William E. Rhoads
Twentiana....................................arr. Hawye Ades
Lori Purcell, Soprano
Armed Forces Salute..................arr. Bob Lowden
Lori Purcell, Soprano
God Bless America......................Irving Berlin, arr John Moss
Lori Purcell, Soprano
Finale from “Rhapsody in Blue”....George Gershwin, arr Larry Clark

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November 21, 1997 “From Russia With Love!”
Holly M. Lasky, Director
Chris Kaldy, Asst Director

Procession of the Nobles.......................................................Rimsky-Korsakov, arr Erik Leidzen
Allegro Barbaro.......................................................................Bela Bartok, arr Tom Wallace
Solvejg’s Song: From Peer Gynt Suite #2)............................Edvard Greig, arr Paul Yoder
Capriccio Espagnol................................................................Rimsky-Korsakov, arr Mark Williams
Variations on a Theme of Glinka, for Oboe and Band...........Rimsky-Korsakov, trans Steinke
Babette Eby McKay, Oboe
Finlandia...............................................................................Jean Sibelius, arr Lucien Caillet
Andante Cantabile: Variation XVIII, from “Paganini Variations”....Rachmaninoff, arr R.W Smith
Trokia: From “Lt. Kije”............................................................Prokofiev, arr Jim Curnow
Sabre Dance..........................................................................Khatchaturian, arr Jack Bullock

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June 27, 1997 “Summer Pops Concert: Jazz, Rag, Swing and Blues!”
Holly M. Lasky, Director
Chris Kaldy, Asst Director
Bob Keely Jazz Band, Special Guests

Suite of Old American Dances....................Robert Russell Bennett
I. Cakewalk
II. Rag
Blues for a Killed Cat...................................Jack End, ed Frederick Fennell
In the Miller Mood.........................................arr Warren Barker
Tuba Tiger Rag............................................Original Dixieland Jass Band, arr Luther Henderson
Summertime....................................................George Gershwin, arr Robert W. Smith
Mancini Magic!.............................................Henry Mancini, arr Jerry Brubaker
Georgia On My Mind....................................Hoagy Carmichael, arr Hal Leonard.

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May 4th, 1997. “Community Bands Together”
Holly M. Lasky, Director, Milpitas Community Band
Robert Gomez, Director, Cupertino Symphonic Band

Cupertino Symphonic Band:
Pineapple Poll..........................................Sullivan, arr Charles Mackerras
Carmina Burana......................................Carl Orff, arr John Krance

Milpitas Community Band
Also Sprach Zarathustra..........................R. Strauss, trans Peter Schmaltz
“Mars” from The Planets..........................Gustav Holst, arr Calvin Custer
Theme from “Star Trek Voyager”.............Jerry Goldsmith, arr Jay Bocook

Cupertino Symphonic Band COMBINED with Milpitas Community Band
Lights! Camera! Action!..........................arr. John Higgins
Italian in Algiers........................................Rossini, arr Mitchell Bender
Scenes from “The Louvre”......................Norman Dello Joio
Olympic Spirit..........................................John Williams

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March 21, 1997 “Science Fact, Fiction & Fun!: A Concert Celebration Modern Technologies and Innovations”
Holly Lasky, Director
Chris Kaldy, Asst Director

Also Sprach Zarathustra...............................Richard Strauss, tras Peter Schuman
A Grand, Grand Overture, Op. 57................Malcolm Arnold, arr Keith Wilson
Pat Anderson, Samantha Engelage, and Dana Porzio, on Vacuum Cleaners.

Vicki Trammel, on Dust Buster.

The Syncopated Clock.................................Leroy Anderson
The Typewriter.............................................Leroy Anderson, trans Floyd E. Werle
The Lone Eagle: Charles Lindbergh.............Patrick Wilson
From “Three American Portraits”
“Mars” from the Planets................................Gustav Holst, arr Calvin Custer
Apollo Suite...................................................Jerry Brubaker
Star Trek: Through the Generations.............arr. R.W. Smith
Theme from Star Trek Voyager....................Jerry Goldsmith, arr Jay Bocook

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December 1, 1996 “Winter Celebration”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Sleigh Ride........................................Leroy Anderson
Bashana Haba ’Ah............................Nurit Hirsh, arr Lloyd Conley
Israeli Dance.....................................Traditional, arr Fred M. Hubbell
Jingle Bells........................................J. Pierpont, arr Bill Moffitt
Jingle Bell Jazz.................................arr. Mark Williams
An Irving Berlin Christmas................arr. Warren Baker
Season’s Greetings..........................arr. Paul Jennings
Audience sing-a-long
‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime......Traditional, arr Robert W. Smith.
Jesu, Joy of a Man’s Desiring...........J.S. Bach, arr. Alfred Reed
Hallelujah Chorus: “ The Messiah”...G.F. Handel, arr. Robert Longfield

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November ?, 1996 “100 Years of Movie Magic”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Lights! Camera! Action!...........................................arr. John Higgins
Theme from “Gettysburg”........................................Randy Edelman, arr John Moss
Music from “Far and Away”.....................................John Williams, arr Jay Bocook
Hymn to Red October (“Hunt for Red October).....Basil Poledouris, arr Jerry Brubaker
An American Symphony (Mr. Hollands Opus).......Michael Kamen, arr Paul Lavender
“The Wizard of Oz”................................................Arlen and Harburg, arr James Barnes
Queen of the Night’s Aria from “Amadeus”............Mozart, arr Geoffrey Brand
Theme from “Schindler’s List...................................John Williams, arr Calvin Custer
Diana Charnow, Flute
John Williams in Concert........................................arr. Paul Lavender

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June 28, 1996 “Music Around the World III: A Musical Journey through the Mediterranean, Africa, and South America.
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Amporito Roca............................................Jamie Texidor
Capriccio Espagnol.....................................Rimsky-Korsakov, arr Mark Williams
Suite from Carmen......................................Bizet, arr Jack Bullock
I. Allegreo Giocoso: “March”
II. Allegro
III. Allegro Moderato: “Toredor’s Song”
IV. Andatino: “Gypsy’s Song”
Fandango.....................................................Frank Perkins, arr Floyd E. Werle
Danza Caribe...............................................Alfre Reed
Elysia Engelage, Guitar (Junior, Milpitas High School)
Dulcinea from “Man of La Mancha”.............Mitch Leigh, arr Holly M. Lasky
Elysia Engelage, Guitar. Holly M. Lasky, Piano. Babette McKay, English Horn
Africa: Ceremony, Song and Ritual............Robert W. Smith
Featuring Percussionists from the South Bay School of Music Arts

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May 19, 1996 “Community Bands Together II”
Holly M. Lasky, Director, Milpitas Community Band
Robert Gomez, Director, Cupertino Symphonic Band

Milpitas Community Band:
Another Op’nin, Another Show..................Cole Porter, arr. Paul Lavender
Freedom Road...........................................James Curnow

Cupertino Symphonic Band:
January, February, March..........................Don Gilis
La Gazza Landra Overture........................Rossini, trans Lucien Cailiet

Milpitas Community Band AND the Cupertino Symphonic Band Combined:
Amporito Roca............................................Jamie Texidor
Medley from “Phantom of the Opera”.........Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr Johnnie Vinson
Malaguena...................................................Ernesto Lecuona, arr John Cacavas
Yagi Bushi: Japanese Folk Song................arr. Naohio Iawi
Stars and Stripes Forever........................Sousa, ed Mark Hindsley

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March 29, 1996 “Music Around the World II”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Folk Song Suite........................................Ralph Vaughan Williams
Overture to Pirates of Penzance.............Arthur Sullivan, arr Bill Holcombe
Milpitas Wind Quintet
Deir’In De: Irish Lullaby...........................Traditional, arr Warren Baker
Blue Bells of Scotland.............................Arthur Pryor, arr E.M. Pearson
Bruce Corley, Sr, Baritone Horn Soloist.
Waltzing Mathilda.....................................Traditional, arr David Shaffer
Aussie Hoedown......................................arr. Ralph Hultgren
Two Songs of Nova Scotia......................arr. John Edmonson
Celtic Suite...............................................Elliot Del Borgo
Highland Fling and Irish Reel...................arr. Frank Erickson
Clare Lawson, and Elheran Francis of the Red Thistle Dancers

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November 17, 1995 “Music Around the World: A Concert for Children”
Holly M. Lasky, Director
Milpitas Community Chorus, Special Guests

Toy Symphony........................................Leopold Mozart, arr Philip Gordon
I. Allegro
II. Menuetto
III. Allegro Moderato
Homage to Beatrix Potter........................Christopher LeFlemming
Milpitas Wind Quintet with Norah Wilkes, Narrator
Stephen Foster Revisited........................arr. James D. Plyohar
Freedom Road.........................................James Curnow
Memory from “Cats”.................................Andrew Lloyd Webber
Milpitas Community Chorus
The Shadow of Your Smile.....................Johnnie Mandel
Milpitas Community Chorus
Where is Love from “Oliver”....................Lionel Bart
Milpitas Community Chorus
Korean Festival.......................................arr. Quincy C. Hiliard
Israeli Dance...........................................Fred M. Hubbell
Peter and the Wolf..................................Sergei Prokofiev, arr James Curnow
Sabre Dance...........................................Khachaturian, arr jack Bullock

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June 30, 1995 “Salon through Swing”
Holly M. Laksy, Conductor

Stompin’ at the Savoy..............................Benny Goodman, arr Johnnie Vinson
Lassus Trombone....................................Henry Fillmore
Whistler and His Dog...............................Henry Fillmore, arr Andrew Balent
Irving Berlin’s Songs for America.............Irving Berlin, arr James Swearingen
Colonel Bogey: March..............................Kenneth Alford, ed Frederick Fennell
Walking Tune: Room Music Tit-Bits No. 3. Percy A Grainger
Ellie Wiener, Flute. Babbette McKay, Oboe. Susan Lau, Clarinet.
Marilyn Paulson, Bassoon. David Dufour, French Horn.
Peacherine Rag........................................Scott Joplin
Jose Aviles, Trumpet. B.J. Navarro, Trumpet. David Dufour, French Horn.
Keith Flippin, Trombone. Bruce Corley, Baritone. Matt Seitz, Tuba
Early American Melodies of Faith..............arr Randall Dennis
Ferne Franklin, Flute. Babette McKay, Oboe. Holly Lasky, Piano
Yumiko Aoki, Clarinet. Susan Lau, Clarinet. Larry Sabo, Clarinet.
Fairest of the Fair: March...........................Sousa
Instant Concert...........................................Harold Walters

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June 11, 1995 “Community Bands Together”
Holly M. Lasky, Director, Milpitas Community Band
Robert Gomez, Director, Cupertino Symphonic Band

Milpitas Community Band:
Grand Canyon Fanfare............................James Newton Howard, arr Paul Lavender
Apollo Suite..............................................Jerry Brubaker
Hoagy Carmichael in Concert.................arr. Warren Baker

Cupertino Symphonic Band:
American Civil War Fantasy....................Jerry H. Bilik
Selections from “Porgy and Bess”...........George Gershwin, arr Calvin Custer
Marche Slave...........................................Tchaikovsky, arr Laurendeau

Milpitas Community Band AND the Cupertino Symphonic Band Combined:
Overture from “Marriage of Figaro”.........W.A. Mozart, arr Earl Slocum
Theme from Jurassic Park.....................John Williams, arr Tim Waters
Instant Concert.......................................Harold L. Walters
Victory at Sea.........................................Richard Rodgers, trans Robert Russell Bennett
Star Trek: Through the Generations......arr Robert W. Smith
Stars and Stripes Forever......................Sousa, ed Mark Hindsley

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March 31, 1995 “Opera Made Easy!”
Holly M. Lasky

The Marriage of Figaro: Overture............W.A. Mozart, arr Earl Slocum
I Dreamed a Dream (Les Miserables).....Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr Jay Bocook
Der Rosenkavalier: Trio from Act III.........Richard Strauss, arr J.H. Reynolds
Selections from “Miss Saigon”.................Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr Jay Bocook
Italian in Algiers: Overture.........................Rossini, Mitchell Bender
La Ci Darem la Mano (Don Giovanni).......W.A. Mozart, A.J. Averay
Susan Lau, Clarinet. Matt Seitz, Tuba. Babette McKay, Oboe
La Boheme: A Symphonic Portrait............Giacomo Puccini, arr Jay Dawson
Selections from “Phantom of the Opera”...A.L. Webber, arr Johnnie Vinson.
El Capitan: March.......................................John Philip Sousa

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November 18, 1994 “From Mozart...To Mancini!”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Theme from Symphony No. 40...............W.A. Mozart
Ilia’s Theme (Star Trek: TMP)..................Jerry Goldsmith, arr Jeffrey Kaufman
Main Theme (Star Trek: TMP)..................Jerry Goldsmith, arr Jeffrey Kaufman
Apollo Suite...............................................Jerry Brubaker
I. Lunar Voyage
II. Sea of Tranquility
III. Return to Planet Earth
The Ragtime Dance..................................Scott Joplin, arr A.J. Averay
Susan Lau, Clarinet. Matt Seitz, Tuba. Babette McKay, Oboe.
Hoagy Carmichael in Concert..................arr. Warren Barker
Selections from “Fiddler on the Roof”......Jerry Bock, arr Robert W. Smith
I. “Prologue” and “Tradition”
II. “To Life!” and “Sunrise, Sunset”
Circle of LIfe (Disney’s The Lion King)......Elton John, arr Michael Sweeney
Mancini Magic............................................arr. Jerry Brubaker
Washington Post.......................................John Philip Sousa

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June 29, 1994 “Summer Concert”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

The Star Spangled Banner......................F. Scott Key/John Stafford Smith
Another Op’nin, Another Show! …..........Cole Porter
From “Kiss Me, Kate”
Summertime from “Porgy and Bess”......George Gershwin, arr Robert W. Smith
American Portraits...................................Patrick Wilson
I. Thomas Jefferson
II. Charles Lindbergh
Hill Country Theme..................................G.Paxton & C. Walker
The Liberty Bell.........................................John Philip Sousa
Fanfare from “Grand Canyon”..................James Newton Howard
Sounds of America....................................arr. Robert E. Foster
Black Saddles...........................................Arthur Morton
Theme from “The Wild, Wild West”.........Richard Markowitz
Theme from “Rhapsody In Blue”..............George Gershwin, arr Larry Clark
The Stars and Stripes Forever.................John Philip Sousa

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March 23, 1994 “Spring-Fling Concert”
Holly M. Lasky Director

Men of Harlech: Welsh Warriors’ Song...arr. Leland Forsbald
A Purcell Suite.........................................arr. Frank Erickson
I. March
II. Irish
III. Trumpet Tune
Music from “Far and Away”.....................John Williams, arr Jay Bocook
A Copland Tribute...................................arr. Clare Grundman
Prelude and Fughetta..............................G.F. Handel, arr Eric Osterling
German Dances......................................W.A. Mozart
Presto.......................................................F.J. Haydn
The Milpitas Wind Ensemble:
Katy Gasik, Flute. Eric Lin, Clarinet. Babbette McKay, Oboe.
Wayne Martin, French Horn. Craig Bottenfield, Trombone
The Muppet Show Theme.......................Jim Henson and Sam Pottle, arr Frank Cofiers
Loony Tunes Overture.............................arr. Bill Holcombe
El Capitan................................................John Philip Sousa
Theme from “Jurassic Park”...................John WIlliams, arr Tim Waters.

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November 17, 1993 “Holiday Kick-Off Concert”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Barnum and Bailey’s Favorite................K.L. King
Lassus Trombone.................................Henry Fillmore
Shenandoah..........................................Traditional, arr Jay Bocook
Instant Concert......................................Harold Walters
The Saint’s Hallelujah............................arr. Luther Henderson
A Christmas Festival.............................Leroy Anderson
White Christmas...................................Irving Berlin
Craig Bottenfield, Trombone. Holly M. Lasky, Piano.
Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer.......Johnny Marks
Santa Claus is Coming to Town...........J. Fred Coots, arr James Swearingen
Silver Bells.............................................Jay Livingston & Ray Evans, arr James Swearingen
Season’s Greetings...............................arr. Paul Jennings
Jingle Bell Jazz......................................arr. Mark Williams
Sleigh Ride.............................................Leroy Anderson

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June 30, 1993 “Summer Concert”
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Star Wars Epic......................................John Williams, arr Frank Erickson
Mustang..................................................John Higgins
Hill Country Theme.................................Paxton & Walker, arr H.R. Gore
Appalachian Suite …..............................John Kinyon
I. Barbara Allen
II. Lolytoodum
The Whistler and His Dog.......................Arthur Pryor, arr Andrew Balent
Everything’s Coming Up Roses..............Styne, arr Warrington
Seventy-Six (76) Trombones..................Willson, arr Lang
Music from “The Little Mermaid”..............Asman & Menken, arr Michael Sweeney
Music from “Beauty and the Beast”.........Ashman & Menken, arr Michael Sweeney
Music from “Aladdin”................................Ashman & Menken, arr Michael Sweeney
Instant Concert........................................Harold Walters

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March 17, 1993 “St. Patrick’s Day Concert” (Concert #1)
Holly M. Lasky, Director

Highland Fling and Irish Reel...................Traditional, arr Frank Erickson
Irish Holiday..............................................N.H. Beward
I. Cockles and Mussels
II. Jig
And Irish Air..............................................J.A. Butterfield, arr Robert Longfield
“When You and I Were Young Maggie”

To a Wild Rose.........................................Edward MacDowell
Kari Ackerman and Ferne Franklin, Flutes. Holly M. Lasky, Piano.
And Irish Suite for Band............................Charles R. Spinney
I. As I Roved Out
II. The Rising of the Moon
III. Johnny, I Hardly Knew You
Deir’In De..................................................Traditional, arr Warren Baker
Old Irish Tune: Londonderry Air................Traditional, arr Andrew Balent
Men of Harlech: Welsh Warriors’ Song....arr. Leland Forsbald
Colonel Bogey...........................................Kenneth Alford, arr Clifford Barnes


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