Live from the Hill
Group Name Western Kentucky University Wind Ensemble
Conductor Gary Schallert
Guest Artists Jeff Bright; Paul Rotramel
Event University of Kentucky
Album ID - 50516-MCD

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Track TITLE Composer/Arranger
1 I. The Earle of Oxford’s March from William Byrd Suite Jacob, Gordon
2 Mannin Veen Wood, Haydn
3 Roma Coleman, Valerie
4 The Promise of Living from The Tender Land Copland, Aaron / Singleton, Kenneth
5 Liturgical Dances Holsinger, David
6 Fire Of Eternal Glory Shostakovich, Dmitri / Rhea, Timothy
7 Arrival Kallstrom, Michael
8 I. Vorspiel: Allegro moderato from Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor Bruch, Max / Hindsley, Mark
9 Honey Boys on Parade Cupero, Edward V. / Bourgeois, John R.
10 They Hung Their Harps In The Willows McBeth, Francis
11 March from Symphonic Metamorphosis Hindemith, Paul / Wilson, Keith
12 Tamboo Cavez, Francisco / Werle, Floyd

Bands at Western Kentucky University
The Western Kentucky University Band program consists of long-time traditions of excellence in music performance and dedication to students. The Western Kentucky University Bands are comprised of both music majors and non-music majors. Western Kentucky University Bands include: Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Jazz Bands, The Big Red Marching Band, and Basketball and Volleyball Pep Bands. The Wind Ensemble is the premier concert band on campus, featuring approximately fifty of Western Kentucky University’s most elite woodwind, brass, and percussion performers. The Wind Ensemble performs literature of the highest musical merit, emphasizing works originally written for band and wind ensemble. The Wind Ensemble has performed on numerous occasions at the Kentucky Music Educators Association conference and at the Southern-Division College Band Directors Association conference. In 2006, the Wind Ensemble travelled to Russia to participate in the 60th annual “Victory Day” celebration and most recently presented seven concerts during a performance tour of Costa Rica in the summer of 2011.