Cary Town Band - Past Concerts 2012 - 2013

Concerts are listed starting with the most recent at the top and digressing backwards.


Summerfest 4th of July

Thursday, July 04, 2013, 5:45 PM
Koka Booth Amphitheatre,
Regency Park
Cary, NC

July 4th Koka Booth
Photo: Courtesy of CaryCitizen, Brian Speice.

The Cary Town Band, the North Carolina Symphony, and fireworks - what could make the 4th of July more perfect. Come join Summerfest 2013 for the annual 4th of July Celebration. The big event starts around 5:45 PM when the Cary Town Band brings you an old fashion play-in-the-park afternoon concert just like your great grandparents enjoyed a hundred years ago when they celebrated the 4th of July. Patriotic music, popular music, some famous Broadway recollections, and more, while stretched out on a blanket on the grass. Come enjoy the fun with the band, the symphony, and culminating with the best fireworks display in the Triangle area. Don't miss it.

CTB Photo
Koka Booth from stageKoka Booth Audience
Photo: Courtesy of CaryCitizen, Brian Speice.
(Note: the recordings linked to below include crowd sounds from the very large assembled audience in the grassy area in front of the stage.)

Concert performance order:

34 El Capitan * John Philip Sousa
489 Porgy and Bess Selections * ° George Gershwin
149 The Whistler and His Dog * Arthur Pryor
60 "Old Timers" Waltz
Singer: Jennifer Myers
Mayhew L. Lake
2 Americans We Henry Fillmore
50 Light Cavalry Overture Franz von Suppé
271 Let Me Call You Sweetheart *
Singer: Jennifer Myers
Leo Friedman,
Beth Slater Whitson.
453 Pavanne * (fm Symphonette No. 2) Morton Gould
376 God Bless America Irving Berlin
484 Port-au-Prince Bernie Wayne
487 Ghost Riders in the Sky * ° Stan Jones
70 The Stars & Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
° Music courtesy of the Chatfield Brass Band Music Library

Parade in the Park

Thursday, July 04, 2013, 10:30 am
Kiwanis Shelter, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Members of the band will lead this year's "Parade in the Park", a parade where kids are encouraged to decorate their bike, trike, stroller, wagon or stroller to show their American Pride. The parade moves from the Kiwanis Shelter to the Boat House in Bond Park, where the decorated vehicles are judged. The Band's performance is extremely informal, not so much marching as meandering along the route playing as they go. All selections are played "by ear". There is no written music and the arrangements are entirely impromptu. This recalls the picture of a parade led by a fife and drum from years ago.

Parade performance order (repeated numeous times):

  Caisson Song John Philip Sousa
  Yankee Doodle Traditional
  When the Saints Go Marching In Traditional
  You're a Grand Old Flag George M. Cohan

On the 3rd Again -
26th Annual Patriotic Celebration

Wednesday, July 03, 2013, 7:30 PM
Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Note - this concert was moved indoors to the Cary Senior Center Ballroom due to inclement weather.

Here we are "On the 3rd Again" - the Cary Town Band's 26th annual pre-4th of July Patriotic Celebration. Join with us as we recall that first patriotic concert in 1988, exactly 25 years ago and on the same Sertoma stage. You'll hear selections from the many years between then and now - marches by Sousa, a rag by Joplin, popular and still familiar tunes from 1900, and folk songs from even earlier. And, of course, we'll be honoring all our service men and women past and present. The band's first director, historian (and current percussionist), Dr. James R. Hammerle, will help us recollect and set the stage for the next 25 years. It'll be a great show as we bring you patriotic and other favorites On the 3rd Again.
See the On the 3rd Again concert poster.

Concert performance order:

71 Sabre and Spurs John Philip Sousa
  Post the colors Boy Scouts of Occoneechee Council
Girl Scouts of Coastal Pines Council
  Taps (CTB Trumpets)
  Pledge of Allegiance (Audience)
84b Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key
3 Armed Forces Salute Bob Lowden
508 Our Director Frederick E. Bigelow
  "On the 3rd Again" Guest Speaker:
Dr. James R. Hammerle
2 Americans We Henry Fillmore
60 "Old Timers" Waltz
Singer: Jennifer Myers
Mayhew L. Lake
22 The Chrysanthemum Scott Joplin
338 American Folk Rhapsody No. 1 Clare Grundman
70 The Stars & Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
* Selection requested by band or audience members.

Cary Fire Station No. 8 Grand Opening

Wednesday, June 19, 2013 9:30 am
Fire Station No. 8,
408 Mills Park Drive,
Cary, NC

Fire Station 8
Photo: Courtesy of CaryCitizen, Brian Speice.

The Grand Opening and dedication of Cary's newest fire station. Dignitaries present will include Mayor Weinbrecht, Councilmember Robinson, Rep. Ellmers, and Cary's EPA district representative from Washington, DC, among others. The official ceremony begins at 10:00 am. The band will play from 9:30 am to 10:00 am and again from about 10:30 am to 11:00 am. The public is invited.

Concert Performance Order:

34 El Capitan * John Philip Sousa
2 Americans We Henry Filmore
60 "Old Timers" Waltz Mayhew L. Lake
508 Our Director Frederick E. Bigelow
---- Present Colors, Speeches, Ribbon cutting, Colors post Cary Color Guard, various dignatries
71 Sabre and Spurs John Philip Sousa
484 Port-au-Prince Bernie Wayne
pdf Midnight Fire Alarm Harry J. Lincoln
70 The Stars & Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
* Selection requested by band or audience members.

Valor Games Southeast
Closing Ceremonies

Thursday, May 23, 2013, 11:30 am
Exposition Center, NC State Fairgrounds
Raleigh, NC

Nonprofit Bridge2Sports is hosting the Valor Games Southeast, May 21-22-23, a competition for wounded warriors and disabled veterans. One hundred athletes are signed up. The Closing Ceremony will be held at 12:00 pm Thursday May 23 at the NC State Fairgrounds Exposition Center.
See Valor-Games-Southeast for more information.

Concert Performance Order:

70 The Stars & Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
2 Americans We Henry Filmore
34 El Capitan John Philip Sousa
74 Star Spangled Spectacular George M. Cohan
71 Saber and Spurs March John Philip Sousa
B3 America the Beautiful Samuel A. Ward
11 Barnum and Bailey's Favorite Karl L. King
3 Armed Forces Salute Bob Lowden
84b Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key
  (Introductions and Speeches)  
376 God Bless America Irving Berlin
B5 Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean Traditional
B6 America Henry Carey
70 The Stars & Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
* Selection requested by band or audience members.

National Train Day

Saturday, May 11, 2013, 09:45 am
Amtrak Train Depot, Downtown
Cary, NC

AshworthConducts
Photo: Cindy Sinkez

May 11 is National Train Day. Again this year the Cary Town Band is joining with the Heart of Cary Association in partnership with Amtrak and the Town of Cary in celebrating this event on-site at the Downtown Railroad Station. The official celebration runs from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, but the band will provide early event music starting about 9:30 am. Come on down to the Amtrak Station and help celebrate National Train day. We'll be looking for you.

Concert Performance Order:

2 Americans We Henry Filmore
12 British Eight Zo Elliott
14 Bride-Elect Match John Philip Sousa
74 Star Spangled Spectacular George M. Cohan
15 Billboard March John N. Klohr
51 Lassus Trombone Henry Filmore
99a I've Been Working on the Railroad Arr. Roger Phelps
  (Introductions and Speeches)  
71 Saber and Spurs March John Philip Sousa
83 Them Basses C. H. Huffine
479 Southern Railway (march) William C. Rehm
480 Ideal Railway (galop) Joseph Knecht
11 Barnum and Bailey's Favorite
conducted by Ralph Ashworth
Karl L. King

25th Anniversary Concert

Friday, May 10, 2013, 7:30 PM
Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Exactly twenty five years and two days before the date of this concert, on May 8, 1988, the Cary Town Band performed its first full outdoor concert - in exactly the same concert venue, the Sertoma Amphitheatre in Bond Park. This concert recreates that first outdoor concert - complete with the same music (and a few more selections played in that era) with some of the same band members and conductor who played them then. Hear Grafulla’s Washington Grays March, Strauss’ Blue Danube Waltz, Sousa’s Presidential Polonaise and Bride-Elect March, and more. We hope you’ll join with us for this very special 25th Anniversary Concert.


See the 25th Anniversary Concert concert poster

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: for the band's 25th Anniversary, a penny for each year the band has been playing concerts, twenty-five cents - in the form of a US quarter (in a small box); for “Yankee Doodle Dandy”, a box of “Elbows” macaroni; for “Presidential Polonaise”, Presidential Mayonnaise – the Chester A. Arthur flavor; for “Barnum & Bailey’s Favorite”, an official box of Barnum’s Animal Crackers; and for “Thunder & Blazes” – an official “Thunder Tube”, a "musical" instrument that sounds like thunder.
Congratulations to the drawing winner: Barbara Rossi of Cary, NC.

Concert Performance Order:

14 The Bride-Elect March John Philip Sousa
10a Beautiful Danube Waltz ‡ Johann Strauss, Jr.
91 Washington Grays March * ‡ C. S. Grafulla
66 Presidential Polonaise John Philip Sousa
83 Them Basses * C. H. Huffine
74 Star Spangled Spectacular George M. Cohan
11 Barnum and Bailey's Favorite Karl L. King
----- Special Presentations honoring 25-year Associate Kay Struffolino and First Director James Hammerle -----------------------
15 The Billboard March ‡ John N. Klohr
50 Light Cavalry Overture ‡ Franz von Suppé
80 Thunder and Blazes * ‡ Julius Fučík
51 Lassus Trombone * Henry Fillmore
12 British Eight (encore) Zo Elliott
     
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
‡ Selection conducted by Dr. James Hammerle

Opera-tune-ity

Friday, April 05, 2013, 7:30 PM
Cary Senior Center, Bond Park
Cary, NC

A number of band and audience members suggested that we take this opportunity to present a concert filled with music from our large library that originally was heard in operas of all kinds, from Grand Opera to small operettas. It would be a concert of Opera-tune-ity. So, this is that concert, with music from Offenbach’s Orpheus to Rossini’s Barber of Seville, from Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro to Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, with a lot more and a few surprises in between. Some heavy music, some light music, and lots of fun music you’ll definitely enjoy. You don’t want to miss this Opera-tune-ity.


See the Opera-tune-ity concert poster.

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: for I Got Plenty of Nuthin' from Porgy and Bess, a small gift box - empty; for Barber of Seville, a double-blade disposable razor; for Orpheus in the Underworld, a can of tomato paste and a can of tomato paste - put them together and you have a "can-can"; for Sextette from Lucia & The Marriage of Figaro, a box of six (a sextette of) tuxedo-clad (dark and white) chocolate candies; for William Tell Overture Finale, an apple and a Lone Ranger mask; and for Barber of Seville - Snipet (I Want a Turtle), a turtle wind chime. Congratulations to the drawing winner: (Name withheld by request) of Cary, NC.

Concert Performance Order:

505 Soldier's Chorus (from Faust) Charles Gounod
59 Orpheus in the Underworld * Jacques Offenbach
483 Nessun Dorma *
(from Turandot)
Giacomo Puccini
296 The Marriage of Figaro * Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
238 Anvil Chorus (fm Il Trovatore) Giuseppe Verdi
489 Porgy and Bess Selections * ° George Gershwin
506 Sextette from
Lucia di Lammermoor
Gaetano Donezetti
507 Lucy's Sextette (rag) Harry L. Alford
206 Barber of Seville * Gioachino Rossini
---- Barber of Seville - snipet
"I Want a Turtle"
Stuart Holoman
491 Wilhelm Tell Overture (Finale) Gioacchino Rossini
Arr. Max Hempel
34 El Capitan * (Encore) John Philip Sousa
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
° Music courtesy of the Chatfield Brass Band Music Library

Girls in the Music

Friday, February 15, 2013, 7:30 PM
Cary Arts Center - Theater
Cary, NC

In this mid-Winter concert, join with the band as we celebrate the Valentines Day season with music for and about girls and women. Hear noted composers’ various offerings on the subject in many forms. There’s the overture to Rossini’s The Italian Girl in Algiers, the tango with Anderson’s Girl in Satin, the waltz Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Sousa’s Fairest of the Fair march, and many more. Just as women come in all shapes and sizes, so does the music about them. Come join us for this Valentines celebration of women and the Girls in the Music.


See the Girls in the Music concert poster

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: for Fairest of the Fair, Carnival Funnel Cakes (which many folks think are the fairest of our fairs here in North Carolina.); for Let Me Call You Sweetheart, four boxes of Sweethearts Conversation Hearts and two See’s Candy Scotch Mellow Candy Sweethearts, direct from See’s in California; for Jungle Queen, two Naturally Absorbent Coasters with a Leopard pattern; for Bridal Song, Mexican Wedding Cookies; for Girl in Satin, a set of Disney Princesses (all in Satin) Note Pads; for Wine, Woman, and Song, a wine bottle shaped glass cutting board and two wine glasses to go on those Leopard coasters for a late Valentine’s Day celebration. Congratulations to the drawing winner: Bethany Singer of Cary, NC.

Concert Performance Order:

29 The Fairest of the Fair * John Philip Sousa
271 Let Me Call You Sweetheart Leo Friedman, Beth Slater Whitson
141 Italian (Girl) in Algiers * Gioachino Rossini
90b Wie Sind die Mädchen schön Karel Bilek
214 Jungle Queen George D. Barnard
500 Bridal Song
(fm Rustic Wedding Symphony)
Karl Goldmark
417 Inglesina
("The little English Girl")
Davide Delle Cese
494c Anitra's Dance
(Peer Gynt Suite No, 1-3)
Edvard Grieg
472d Solveig's Song
(Peer Gynt Suite No. 2-2)
Edvard Grieg
368 Girl in Satin Leroy Anderson
502 You've Got the Wrong Number, But You've Got the Right Girl
   Soloist - Jennie Myers
   (Concert Singers of Cary)
Kerry Mills, Arthur J. Lamb
503 Wine, Woman, and Song Johann Strauss, II
330 The Wedding March (Encore) Felix Mendelssohn
* Selection requested by band or audience members.

Winter Music - the Sequel

Friday, December 14, 2012, 7:30 PM
Senior Center, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Again this year the band joins with the Cary Senior Center in our fourth annual musical celebration of the holiday season. You’ll hear the old familiar carols you’ve sung for years. Perhaps you’ll sing along. With the popular songs about winter and snow and the like, there’ll be music recalling Christmas, Hanukkah, and other holidays of the season. And of course, there’ll be a Sleigh Ride, courtesy of Leroy Anderson and perhaps more numbers arranged especially for the Cary Town Band. Come enjoy all your favorite melodies as we bring you music for the holidays - Winter Music – the Sequel.


See the Winter Music - the Sequel concert poster

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: for Hanukkah, "Gelt" coins and a snowflake votive holder with 8 candles; for Solstice, a snowman with green sleeves; for Christmas, a Holy Family with Gesú Bambino round knickknack box, sleigh bells door knob string, a Rudolph Pez dispenser (and candy), a giant candy cane, and a small electric timer (for timing "Twenty Carols in 2 Minutes"); For New Years and the rest of the season, a jumbo pen (for writing contribution checks and the like). Congratulations to the drawing winner: Becky Furno of Cary, NC.

Concert performance order:

 --- A Moment of Silence Jim Hammerle
400 Adeste Fideles * Traditional / Arr. James D. Ployh
499 Petersbourgh Sleighride * Richard Eilenberg / Bill Parks
415 Winter Wonderland Felix Bernard & Dick Smith /
Arr. John Edmondson
460 Hanukkah Dance (Sevivon) * Traditional / Arr. Mark Conaway
461 Greensleeves * Traditional / Arr. Alfred Reed
401 A Christmas Festival * Leroy Anderson
406 Gesú Bambino * Pietro Yon / Arr. Charles Saye
447 Carol of the Bells * Mykola Dmytrovich Leontovych /
Arr. Stuart Holoman
407 God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen * Traditional / Arr. Albert O. Davis
---- Christmas Sing Along
Four seasonal carols or songs as selected by the audience:
B49 Deck the Hall Welsh Air
B51 O, Little Town of Bethlehem Lewis H. Redner
B45 Jingle Bells J. Pierpont
B47 Joy to the World Lowell Mason
501 The Only Tune The Band Could Play was Auld Lang Syne *
(Recording coupled with sing along below.)
Al Hayes
B71 Auld Lang Syne (sing along) Robert Burns
462 Twenty Carols in 2 Minutes * Various / Arr. Mark Williams
413 Sleigh Ride * (encore) Leroy Anderson
* Selection requested by band or audience members.

Veterans' Luncheon

Friday, November 09, 2012, 11:30 am
Herb Young Community Center,
Cary, NC

Veterans Luncheon

Concert performance order:

84b Star Spangled Banner (Sousa) Bb ª F.S. Key / W. Damrosch, Arr. John Philip Sousa
376 God Bless America ª Irvine Berlin
126 The Thunderer John Philip Sousa
Choir Eternal Father, Strong To Save William Whiting, John B. Dykes
  A Patriotic Medley:  
B6 America Muzio Clementi
B3 America, the Beautiful Samuel Ward
B4 Hail, Columbia Philip Phile
B5 Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean Thomas á Becket
Choir All Good Gifts
Colby Kanode - Soloist
Stephen Schwartz and Matthias Claudius
419 Armed Forces - Pride of America Arr. Larry Clark & Greg Gilpin
Choir Anyway
Juliana Hoover - Soloist
Martina McBride,
Brad and Brett Warren
Choir When You Believe
Kristen Grubbs - Soloist
Stephen Schwartz
93 Battle Hymn of the Republic ª Arr. Peter Wilhousky
70 Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa
ª Performed with Cary Christian School Choir, James Baker, Director.

Cary Band Day Parade

Saturday, November 03, 2012, 09:00 am
East Cedar Street,
Cary, NC

Veterans Luncheon

Parade route: Downtown Cary on E. Chatham St. to S. Academy St. to Dry Ave, to Kildare Farm Rd. to Walnut St. to Cary Towne Blvd. to SE Maynard Rd.

Concert performance order *:

126 The Thunderer * John Philip Sousa
193 Walking Frog Karl King
* Pieces repeated over the course of the parade

Yesterdays Remembered

Friday, November 02, 2012, 7:30 PM
Cary Arts Center - Theater
Cary, NC

Veterans Luncheon
Photo courtesy of Taiyeong Lee

This concert by the Cary Town Band has been programmed as the multi-cultural pinnacle of the Fall '12 season. Opening with more traditional fare, remembering our yesterdays recalls the legend of Robin Hood with Curzon's "March of the Bowmen" and the legend of "The Fountain of Youth", an overture by Karl King. Another overture contemplates Fate with Verdi's "La Forza Del Destino". The recent tsunami in Japan is remembered by "A Song for Japan" featuring trombone soloist Yoshi Nakamura. And of course there's a Leroy Anderson melody in "The Girl I left Behind Me" and familiar folk melodies in Carter's "American Legacy No. 1". This portion closes by boating on the River Thames to excerpts from Handel's "Water Music".

Post-intermission opens with the premier of an original, multi-cultural production of Don Gillis' "The Man Who Invented Music" with narration incorporated as a radio play, with actors from the Cary Players and a young actress from Applause! Cary Youth Theater. For the studio audience, the tale is visually realized by an original ballet featuring dancers from the Cary Ballet Company and Petite Ensemble. The concert closes with the area premier of a recent work, Samuel Hazo's "Our Yesterdays Lengthen Like Shadows", the original inspiration for the theme of the entire concert. This remarkable work, structured around a single note that is ever present throughout, is deeply contemplative, recalling the fading shadows of days past. Please join with us as we put it all together for a most memorable evening of music with our Yesterdays Remembered.


See the Yesterdays Remembered concert poster

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: for the Yellow Rose of Texas (in Americal Legacy No. 1), a handful of yellow roses; for the Fountain of Youth Overture, a bottle of Oil of Beauty lotion; for La Forza del Destino, a magic 8-ball for telling fortunes; for A Song for Japan, a set of chop sticks; for The Man Who Invented Music (TMWIM), a bass drum; also for TMWIM, an elephant hand puppet (for Gobo, who was an elephant); and for Water Music, a Bruegger's Bottomless Mug Tag - good for unlimited free coffee, tea, or soda at any Bruegger's location for the rest of 2012. Congratulations to the drawing winner: Joan Buol of Garner, NC.

Concert Performance Order:

488 "March of the Bowmen" * °
(from Robin Hood Suite)
Frederic Curzon
226 The Girl I Left Behind Me Leroy Anderson
140 La Forza Del Destino * Giuseppe Verdi
327 American Legacy No. 1 * Charles Carter
295 Fountain of Youth Overture Karl King
497 A Song for Japan *
Trombone soloist - Yoshi Nakamura
Steven Verhelst
493 Water Music Suite * ° George Frederick Handel
  Intermission  
490 The Man Who Invented Music ° ¹
(with Narrators and ballet **)
Don Gillis
482 Our Yesterdays Lengthen Like Shadows Samuel R. Hazo
62 Old Comrades (Encore) * Carl Teike

** The Man Who Invented Music ‡ - Narrators and Ballet Cast
Ballet choreography - Suzanne Murley with Stuart Holoman NBC
Photo courtesy of Taiyeong Lee  
Radio Actors: The Cary Players and Applause! Cary Youth Theater
    Grandfather - Fred Yaffe                  Wendy - Hailey Peterson
    Narrator - Greg Tarsa

Ballet: The Cary Ballet Company & Petite Ensemble
    Grandfather - Leah Kallam
    Wendy - Maia Osborne
    Dolls - Alyssa Cadiz, Olivia Stark
    Wallpaper - Claire Sciandra, Jocelyn Scheel
    Gobo, the Elephant - Charis Hurter
So You Invented Music
Photo courtesy of Taiyeong Lee 
    Trees, Rocks, and People - Alyssa Cadiz, Grace Cooper, Charis Hurter,
     Caroline Kallam, Edithe Lam, Angela Lee, Joanna Lee, Hannah Lynch,
     Maia Osborne, Claire Sciandra, Olivia Stark, Jocelyn Scheel, Jasmine Yung
NBC
Photo courtesy of Richard Loring   
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
° Music courtesy of the Chatfield Brass Band Music Library
¹ Video courtesy of Taiyeong Lee (with extras)
‡ Video courtesy of Richard Loring

Sticky Music

Friday, September 14, 2012, 7:30 PM
Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Have you ever listened to a tune that gets into your head – and just stays there, playing over and over again? We call such melodies Sticky Music, and many people, including our band members, regularly suffer from this affliction. To share this phenomenon, this opening concert of the Fall season highlights a collection of pieces that are chocked full of such tunes. From the opening strains of Zampa to Gould’s jaunty Pavanne to those Ghost Riders in the Sky, with lots more in between, you’re sure to leave with many unforgettable (we mean it) melodies rambling around in your mind. Join us as we fill your head with Sticky Music.


See the Sticky Music concert poster

The Concert Silly Prizes for this concert - For attendees who brought their tickets: a bottle of School Glue, a set of Sticky Post-it notes, a Lint Roller with 50 adhesive sheets, a bag of bubble gum, a package of Velcor Sticky Back strips, a Jumbo Sticky Bun, and the musical bat used to un-stick the Professor Fate "stuck CD playback" gag. (In the middle of performing Professor Fate, the band suddenly "stuck", playing the same note rapidly and repeatedly, sounding like a stuck CD player. This continued until the piccolo player got up, took a plastic tube, and whopped the conductor, getting the band started again. This occurred twice in the middle of the piece- another version of "sticky music".) Congratulations to the drawing winner: Barbara Shepard of Cary, NC.

Concert Performance Order:

26 Colonel Bogey * Kenneth J. Alford
484 Port-au-Prince Bernie Wayne
95 Zampa Overture * Louis Hérold
483 Nessun Dorma *
(fm Turandot)
Giacomo Puccini
233 The Crimson Petal Fred Jewell
485 Cumberland Cross *
(Conducted by Yoshi Nakamura)
Carl Strommen
453 Pavanne *
(fm American Symphonette No. 2)
Morton Gould
496 Professor Fate
"Push the Button, Max"
fm THE GREAT RACE
Henry Mancini
Arr. Stuart Holoman
495 Pie in the Face Polka
fm THE GREAT RACE
Henry Mancini
494d In the Hall of the Mountain King *
(Conducted by Connie Varner)
Edvard Grieg
487 Ghost Riders in the Sky * ° Stan Jones
32c March (fm First Suite in Eb) *
(Conducted by Bill Hiltenbrand)
Gustav Holst
486 His Honor * ° (encore) Henry Fillmore
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
° Music courtesy of the Chatfield Brass Band Music Library

36th Annual Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts Festival

Saturday, August 25, 2012, 9:30 am
Fidelity Stage - Downtown,
Cary, NC

Late August – the dog days of summer – lazy days – the perfect time for the 36th Annual Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival – a day filled with exhibits and shopping and entertainment of all varieties. And what better way to start the festival than with the Cary Town Band on the main stage in downtown Cary – in the morning before the heat of the day.  As you start enjoying all the activities, stop by to hear rousing marches, circus melodies, old-timey rags, and a waltz or two.  It will have you tapping your toes and dancing off to see all there is to see at this year’s Lazy Daze Festival.  We’ll see you there.

Concert Performance Order:

72 The Spirit of Cary Roger Phelps
470 Watermelon Club J. Bodewalt Lampe
60 Old Timer's Waltz Arr. Mayhew L. Lake
387 Erzherzog Albrecht Marsch * Karl Komzàk II
453 Pavanne
(fm American Symphonette No. 2)
Morton Gould
477 Citizen's Pride Harold J. Crosby
368 Girl in Satin Leroy Anderson
478 Car-barlick-Acid Clarence C. Wiley
484 Port-au-Prince Bernie Wayne
469 Pass the Pickles (Tango)* Grace Le Boy
487 Ghost Riders in the Sky * ° Stan Jones
486 His Honor Henry Fillmore
     
* Selection requested by band or audience members.
° Music courtesy of the Chatfield Brass Band Music Library