JJ Pearce High School 2004 Band Highlights
Group Name Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble
Conductor Doug Henderson, Mark Nichols, Greg Hames
Album ID - 5378-MCD

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Track TITLE Composer/Arranger
THE LIBERTY BELL MARCH Sousa, J
AN AMERICAN ELEGY Ticheli, Frank
ON THE QUARTER DECK Alford, Kenneth
THREE FOLK MINIATURES Jutras, Andre
MOCK MORRIS Grainger
EL RELICARIO Padilla
LINCOLNSHIRE POSY Grainger, Percy
THREE STUDIES IN ENGLISH FOLK SONG Williams, Ralph
KENTUCKY HARMONY Grantham, Donald
CAJUN FOLK SONGS II Ticheli, Frank

ALBUM NOTES
JJ PEARCE 2004 CONCERT HIGHLGHTS CONCERT BAND, DOUG HENDERSON, DIRECTOR The Liberty Bell/J.P. Sousa - Three Studies in English Folk Song (I. Movement 1; II. Movement 2)/R.Vaughn/W. Harbinson - Three Folk Minatures ( I. V’la l’bon vent; III. Les Raftmen) JAZZ BAND, MARK NICHOLS, DIRECTOR So What/M. Davis - Sugar Rum Cherry from “The Nutcracker Suite”/P.I. Tchaikovsky/arr. Ellington/Strayhorn - Rhapsody in Blue/G. Gershwin/arr. B. Strayhorn SYMPHONIC BAND, MARK NICHOLS, DIRECTOR An American Elegy/F. Ticheli - Mock Morris/P.A. Grainger - Cajun Folk Songs 2 (I. Ballad; II. Country Dance)/F. Ticheli - El Relicario/J. Padilla WIND ENSEMBLE, GREG HAMES, DIRECTOR On the Quarter Deck/K.J. Alford - Kentucky Harmony (I. Rockbridge/Lenox; II. Hiding Place; III. Enfield/Dublin)/D. Grantham - Linconshire Posy (I. “Lisbon” (Sailor’s Song); II. “Horkstow Grange” (The Miser and his Man: a local Tragedy); III. “Rufford Park Poachers” (Poaching Song); IV. “The brisk young Sailor” (returned to wed his True Love); V. “Lord Melbourne” (War Song); VI. “The Lost Lady found” (Dance Song))/P.A. Grainger