Cary Town Band - Past Concerts - Spring 2009



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


Summerfest 4th of July

July 4, 2009, 5:45 PM
Koka Booth Amphitheatre, Regency Park
Cary, NC

The Cary Town Band, the North Carolina Symphony, and fireworks - what could make the 4th of July more perfect. Come join Summerfest 2009 for their 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, circus music, 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.

Selections from Instant Concert list.

307 [Swanee Rag (warm-up/sound check #)] C. Johnson
125 Semper Fidelis   J.P. Sousa
228 You're a Grand Old Flag G.M. Cohan
343 Solid Men to the Front J.P. Sousa
80 Entry of the Gladiators J. Fučik
202 Carolina in the Morning W. Donaldson
43 Instant Concert H. Walters
91 Washington Grays C.S. Grafulla
194 Over the Stars Waltz K. King
251 Manhattan Beach J.P. Sousa
250 Surrey with the Fringe O. Hammerstein
70 Stars & Stripes Forever J.P. Sousa

Celebrating Abraham Lincoln - 22nd Annual Patriotic Presentation

July 3, 2009, 7:30 PM
Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park
Cary, NC

Come join us for our 22nd annual per-4th of July patriotic salute to our nation's birth and the service personnel past and present who have helped secure our liberty. In addition, this year we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. Our featured speaker will be NCSU professor emeritus and noted Lincoln historian Dr. William Harris recalling the influence of the Founding Fathers on Lincoln. Musical selections include works that were heard in or recall the Lincoln Whitehouse – The Battle of Shiloh, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Dixie, Swanee Rag, Garry Owen, the 1855 version of the Star Spangled Banner, and the Abe Lincoln Centennial March in a new arrangement by our own Yoshio Nakamura. It’s an annual event you won’t want to miss. See you there.

Concert performance order:

375 Abe Lincoln Centennial March W. Troutman/Y. Nakamura
3 Armed Forces Salute Arr. B. Lowden
297 Garry Owen J. Fulton
B16 Old Folks At Home S. Foster
307 Swanee Rag C. Johnson
318 The Battle of Shiloh C.L. Barnhouse
93 Battle Hymn of the Republic Arr. P. Wilhousky
  The Influence of the Founding Fathers on Lincoln Speaker: Dr. William Harris
NCSU history professor emeritus
B13 Dixie D. Emmette
  Post the colors /
Pledge of Allegiance
Boy Scouts of the Packs, Troops, Crews and Ship
Crosswinds District
Occoneechee Council NC
75 Star Spangled Banner (1855) F.S. Key
  Taps CTB Trumpets
70 The Stars & Stripes Forever J.P. Sousa
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Mordecai Picnic

June 13, 2009, 4:30 PM
Mordecai Park, Raleigh, NC

Selections from the Instant Concert folder:
Selections included:

92 Washington Post J.P. Sousa
202 Carolina in the Morning W. Donaldson
375 Abe Lincoln Centennial W. Troutman
3 Armed Forces Salute Arr. Bob Lowden
228 You're a Grand Old Flag G.M. Cohan
193 Walking Frog K. King
125 Semper Fidelis   J.P. Sousa
194 Over the Stars Waltz K. King
343 Solid Men to the Front J.P. Sousa
11 Barnum & Bailey’s Favorite K. King
70 Stars and Stripes Forever J.P. Sousa

Spring Potpourri

May 08, 2009, 7:30 PM
Sertoma Amphitheatre, Bond Park, Cary, NC

Come enjoy an hour of band music from around the world and across the musical spectrum. Selections include – from England: the English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughn Williams’ and Kenneth Alford’s Eagle Squadron March; from Germany: Amboss Polka and solo clarinetist Jessie Vance performs von Weber's Concertino; from America: a selection from Broadway’s Oklahoma and Fiddle-Faddle by Leroy Anderson (an cute arrangement without fiddles); and from the circus: Gentry’s Triumphal March, Under the Big Tent, and A Circus Suite by Stuart Johnson. All-in-all, a fun evening of fun music.

Concert performance order:

373 Under the Big Tent N. Brill
101 English Folk Song Suite R. Vaughn Williams
250 The Surrey with the Fringe on Top
      (from "Oklahoma")
O. Hammerstein
371 Concertino (for Bb Clarinet)
   Soloist: Jessie Vance
C.M. von Weber
G27 Amboss Polka A. Parlow
374 Fiddle-Faddle L. Anderson
286 Gentry's Triumphal March F. Jewell
143 A Circus Suite
S. Johnson
331 Eagle Squadron K. Alford
181 (encore) Go (Galop) W. Huff

Changing of the Guard

March 06, 2009, 7:30 PM
Senior Center, Bond Park, Cary, NC

The guard at the Cary Town Band is changing. Jim Hammerle, founder and director for the band's first 22 years, is retiring to his first love - the percussion section. Assuming the conducting duties will be Eb clarinetist and new director Stuart Holoman. Works for this auspicious occasion include excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake Ballet and Rogers and Hammerstein's Carousel, German marches and polkas, circus marches and ariel music, numbers featuring our fabulous trombones, and more. We will also be celebrating another Very Special Occasion. Come join us as we celebrate the Changing of the Guard.

Concert performance order:

  Changing of the Guard:
Jim Hammerle turns the CTB baton over to new director Stuart Holoman
 
265 Hoch Heidecksburg! R. Herzer
321 Night and Day C. Porter
372 In Storm and Sunshine J.C. Heed
  A Very Special Occasion:
Honoring Mildred Phelps retiring after serving as the Cary Town Band Bass Drummer for 22 years.
 
298 The Enchanted Lake (Ballet Suite) P. Tchaikovsky
178 Libespaerchen Polka J. Vejvoda
168 Trombone Troubadours D. Bennett
233 The Crimson Pedal, Valse Caprise F. Jewell
324 Highlights from "Carousel" O. Hammerstein
227 Army of the Nile K Alford
246 (encore) The Big Cage K. King




















Photo: K. Brickman
Bass Drummer
Mildred Phelps
Nov 17, 2007