CFMB 1999 Concert Programs
June 1 July 6
June 15 July 13
June 22 July 20
June 29 July 27

CEDAR FALLS MUNICIPAL BAND
Organized 1891 - Iowa's Oldest Concert Band
Dennis Downs, conductor
"TWILIGHT SERENADE" summer concert series
  -  Tuesday, June 1
, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
  - Program -
Strike Up the Band (1940) ...................................... George Gershwin / Paul Yoder

Hosts of Freedom march (1920) .................................................... Karl L. King

*Outstanding Supporter Award to Justin Nelson, Karen Nelson Memorial for Stage Risers*

Dedicatory Overture (1963) ...................................................... Clifton Williams

Concerto in Eb  -  III. Finale ....................................................... Joseph Haydn
Jeff McKelvie, trumpet soloist

The Footlifter march (1935) ....................................................... Henry Fillmore

Blue Tango (1951) ............................................................... LeRoy Anderson

How Great Thou Art ............................................... Stuart Hine / Ralph Hermann
Joyce Spande, vocal soloist

Under the Double Eagle march (1895) ........................ J.F. Wagner / L.P. Laurendeau

New Ragtime Follies medley ................................................ arr. Robert Lowden
Tie a Yellow Ribbon, Say Has Anybody Seen My Swett Gypsy Rose,
Who's In the Strawberry Patch With Sally

Oliver selections (1960) ........................................... Lionel Bart / Norman Leyden
Consider Yourself, Where Is Love, Oom-Pah-Pah, As Long As He Needs Me,
I'd Do Anything, Who Will Buy, Consider Yourself

Semper Fidelis march (1888) .................................................. John Philip Sousa

Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
 
 

"Music of Champions - Salute to Special Olympics"
  -  Tuesday, June 15, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
7:00 Pre-Show - Gaylord Stauffer, harpist
  - Program -
Stormy Weather (1933) ........................... Ted Koelhler & Harold Arlen / Jay Dawson

Entry of the Gladiators (Thunder & Blazes) (1936) .......... Jules Fucik / L.P. Laurendeau

Billy Blowhard concert polka (1900) ............................................. Celian Kottaun
  Justin Nelson, over-the-shoulder bass horn soloist (Luther & Judy Burket donors)

Hail to the Spirit of Liberty march (1900) .................................... John Philip Sousa

English Folk Song Suite (1924) ....................................... Ralph Vaughan Williams
 I.  March  - "Seventeen Come Sunday"
 II.  Intermezzo - "My Bonny Boy"
 III.  March  -  "Folk Songs from Somerset"
(This selection is a gift to our music library from an anonymous donor)

The Olympic Spirit processional (1988) ....................... John Williams / Paul Lavender
Special Olympics of Northeast Iowa, Area Director Joe Wilson, Ad. Asst. Eileen Wilson
NE Iowa Special Olympians parade across the stage
If Thou Be Near ..................................... Johann Sebastian Bach / R.L. Moehlmann
March to the Tournament (from "Old Granada") ......... Ruperto Chapi / Graham Overgard

The Lion King highlights (1994) ...................... Elton John & Tim Rice / Calvin Custer
This Land, Circle of Life, To Die For, Be Prepared,
Can You Feel the Love Tonight, Hakuna Matata, I Just Can't Wait To Be King

Pageantry march ....................................................................... Karl L. King
Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
 
 
 
 

  -  Tuesday, June 22, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
7:00 Pre-Show:  Jan Garber, pianist
  - Program -
The White Plume march (1919) ............................................... John Philip Sousa

Gershwin medley ........................................ George Gershwin / Robert R. Bennett
Rhapsody in Blue, Strike Up the Band, Embraceable You, The Man I Love, I Got Rhythm

Colonel Bogey march (1920) ................................ Kenneth J. Alford / W.H. Mackie

Nocturne (1975) ................................................................... Clare Grundman
Gaylord Stauffer, harp soloist

A Night In June (1912) ............................................................... Karl L. King

God Of Our Fathers fanfare prelude ............................................ arr. Jim Curnow

Instant Concert (1920) .......................................................... Harold L. Walters

Beguine for Band (1954) .............................................................. Glenn Osser

Irving Berlin Showstoppers .................................................... arr. John Higgins
Puttin On the Ritz, Cheek to Cheek, Shaking the Blues Away,
Steppin Out With My Baby, There's No Business Like Show Business

The Fairest of the Fair march (1908) .......................................... John Philip Sousa

Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
Stay and enjoy the sweet swingin' sounds of the
Cedar Valley Big Band following our concert!
 
 
 

  -  Tuesday, June 29, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
6:50 Pre-Show:  "Jazz Too" Duo, Mike Michalicek & Dan Hummel
- PROGRAM -

The Circus Bee (1908) ............................................................. Henry Fillmore
* Presentation of Band Service Pins *
Old Vienna overture (1938) .......................................................... Karl L. King

Gaiety Polka (1912) ............................................. Harry Hartley (Henry Fillmore)
Al Koeppel, trumpet soloist

Salute to Ol' Blue Eyes ............................................................. arr. John Moss
I've Got You Under My Skin, Strangers In the Night, That's Life, The Lady Is A Tramp

John Denver symphonic portrait ................................................... arr. Jerry Bilik
Back Home Again, Annie's Song, Calypso

Come Thou, Almighty King prelude fanfare .................................... James Curnow

Armed Forces Salute .......................................................... arr. Robert Lowden
Caisson Song, Semper Paratus, Marines Hymn, U.S. Air Force, Anchors Aweigh
AMVETS POST 49 Color Guard - Veterans Stand Up for your service branch song

Stars and Stripes Forever (1897) .............................................. John Philip Sousa
Children age 12 and under please come to the stage and join the park parade.
Free souvenir flags are provided by AMVETS Post 49.

America the Beautiful ............................................ Samuel Ward / Carmen Dragon

Star Spangled Banner  (Sung by the  Sweet Adelines Chorus) ............ Francis Scott Key
Stay and enjoy the Sweet Adelines Women's Chorus,
Jo Capoccioni director following our concert!
 
 
 

  -  Tuesday, July 6, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
Pre-Show:  German Alpine Band, Mark Welty, Kapellmeister, Jeannie Conrads vocalist
Players - Julie Anderson, Judy Larkin, Jane Moen, Eunice Becker, Jeff McKelvie, Al Koeppel,
Don Rasmusson, Jim Heise, Justin Nelson
PROGRAM
National Emblem march (1906) ...................................................... E.E. Bagley

A Festival Prelude (1957) ............................................................. Alfred Reed

Sonata for Oboe and Wind Ensemble  -  I.  Allegro ............ W.A. Mozart / Robert Marek
Angela Sass, oboe soloist

Trouping Days march (1925) ........................................................ Karl L. King

Beauty and the Beast (1991) ...................................... Alan Menken / Calvin Custer
Belle, Beauty and the Beast, Gaston, Something There, Be Our Guest

Barnum and Bailey's Favorite (1908) .............................................. Karl L. King

How Great Thou Art ............................................... Stuart Hine / Ralph Hermann
Joyce Spande, vocalist

The Blue and The Gray (Civil War Suite) ...................................... Clare Grundman
Kingdom Coming, Marching Through Georgia, Tenting Tonight, Yellow Rose of Texas,
Bonnie Blue Flag, Aura Lee, Dixie, Battle Cry of Freedom, Battle Hymn of the Republic

The Whistling Farmer Boy novelty (1925) ...................................... Henry Fillmore

The Music Man selections (1950) .............................. Meredith Willson / Philip Lang
Seventy-Six Trombones, Till There Was You, Wells Fargo Wagon, Lida Rose, Marian the Librarian

Manhattan Beach march (1922) ................................................ John Philip Sousa

Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
 
 
 

  -  Tuesday, July 13, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
6:45 Pre-Show:  New Horizons Band, Bill Shepherd conductor

- PROGRAM -

The Gladiator march (1914) .................................................... John Philip Sousa

Blue Bells of Scotland air & variations ........................... Arthur Pryor / E.M. Pearson
Josh Greubel, euphonium soloist

Second Suite for Military Band (1922) ............................................. Gustav Holst
I.  March    II.  Song of the Blacksmith
III.  Song Without Words "I'll Love My Love     IV.  Fantasia on the "Dargason"

The Entertainer (from "The Sting") ................................ Scott Joplin / John Cacavas

Music, Music! march (1907) ............................................. Fr. Kmoch / W. Lewis

Fiddler On the Roof (1964) ...................................... Jerry Bock / John Warrington
Fiddler On the Roof, Sabbath Prayer, Matchmaker, To Life

The Iowa Band Law march (1923) .................................................. Karl L. King

Thanks Be To Thee .......................................... G.F. Handel / Bruce Houseknecht

Big Band Polka medley .......................................................... arr. Jerry Nowak
Pennsylvania Polka, My Melody of Love, Beer Barrel Polka

Americans We march (1929) ...................................................... Henry Fillmore

Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
 
 
 

  -  Tuesday, July 20, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
"The Stars Come Out"
Pre-Show:  Metropolitan Brass -  Steve Tripolino, Rob Shirk, Laurie VanDerPol, Merlin Grady, Ken Henze
PROGRAM
Amparito Roca (1935) ............................................................... Jaime Texidor
Reflective Mood (1964) ........................................................... Sammy Nestico
Paul Rappaport, trombone soloist
Concerto in Eb  -  III. Rondo  .................................................. Johann Hummel
Steve Tripolino, trumpet soloist
Concertino, Op. 107 ............................................................ Cecile Chaminade
Dominique Cawley, flute soloist
Ben-Hur overture (1959) ............................................................ Miklos Rozsa
Embraceable You ..................................... George & Ira Gershwin / Warren Barker
Over the Rainbow ............................ Harold Arlen & E.Y. Hardburg / Warren Barker
Molly McDonald, vocal soloist
Birds of the Forest polka de concert(1903) ................. Sebastian Mayr / L.P. Laurendau
Flutists: Maureen Bennett, Dominique Cawley, Jan Hackbarth, Jen Vick
Where No Man Has Gone Before ............................................. arr. Paul Jennings
Star Wars theme, Cantina Band, Can You Read My Mind, Star Trek theme
A Tribute to Sammy Davis, Jr. .............................................. arr. Sammy Nestico
The Candy Man, Birth of the Blues, Mr. Bojangles, What Kind of Fool Am I
Emblem of Freedom march (1943) .................................................. Karl L. King
Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford
 
 
 

-  Tuesday, July 27, 1999, 7:30  -
Overman Park, Cedar Falls Band Shell / Sturgis Falls Celebration Stage
Pre-Show:  Washington Street Brass - Mark Pellymounter, Al Koeppel,
Sandy McDonald, Gary Pease, Mark Cooper

PROGRAM
The Hometown Boy march (1962) (to Meredith Willson ) .......................... Karl L. King

Carnival of Venice (1940) ...................................................... Herbert L. Clarke
Susan Rider, trumpet soloist

The Presidents march (1956) ...................................................... Henry Fillmore

Danny Boy ..................................................................... arr. David Woodley
Susan Rider, trumpet soloist

The Holy City  (1944) ........................................... Stephen Adams / E. DeLamater
Susan Rider trumpet, Paul Rider trombone

A Tribute to Judy Garland ..................................................... arr. Bill Holcombe
The Trolley Song, The Boy Next Door, Over the Rainbow

Greensleeves ....................................................................... arr. Alfred Reed

Coronation March (from "Star Wars") (1977) ................ John Williams / James Burden

Les Miserables highlights (1980) ................ Claude-Michel Schonberg / Johnnie Vinson
At the End of the Day, I Dreamed A Dream, Master of the House,
On My Own, Do You Hear the People Sing

Stars and Stipes Forever march (1897) ....................................... John Philip Sousa

1812 Overture ............................................. P.I. Tschaikowsky / L.P. Laurendau
Cannoneers:  Dave Williams, Dennis King, Sharon Kallaher
Star Spangled Banner ......................................... Francis Scott Key / John Stafford