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July 12: Side By Side Concert

Jay Gephart, Conductor
Matt Hicks, Announcer
American Legion March................................Charles Parker

Wildcat Valley Fanfare..............................Michael Sweeney
Carmen Suite......................................................................Bizet/Bullock
Hungarian Melodies.........................................Vincent Bach
 Glenn Welch, Euphonium Soloist
 
The Sandpaper Ballet..................................Leroy Anderson
US Field Artillery March..............................................Sousa
You Can’t Stop the Beat..............................................arr. Ricketts
Alan Silvestri-A Night at the Movies...........................arr. Brown
Beyond the Horizon...................................Rosanno Galante

What’s Up at the Symphony.............................arr. Brubaker
Rolling Thunder..............................................Henry Fillmore  
Star Spangled Banner.........................arr. Sousa-Damrosch
         Glenn Welch, Euphonium Soloist, is originally from Ludington, Michigan. He graduated from Western Michigan University and became a Bandmaster in the Salvation Army most recently in Marion, Indiana. He has appeared as a euphonium soloist across ten states, mo
st notably at the 1987 North American Brass Band championships. He has also been active as a summer music camp clinician and has taught at various schools including Eastbrook High School, Taylor University and King’s Academy. As a composer and arranger, Glenn's works have been played in the U.S. and abroad with performances by Salvation Army groups such as the Chicago Staff Band, the Caribbean Music Institute Band and the New Zealand National Youth Band. His arrangements have been included on internationally released CD's and are published by the Salvation Army in Chicago as part of its "Hallelujah Choruses" series. He will perform “Hungarian Melodies” by Vincent Bach. Bach, whose family immigrated from eastern Europe, Bach, whose family immigrated from eastern Europe, developed the Stradivarius line of brass instruments in the 1920’s which is now owned by the Conn-Selmer Corporation and is manufactured in Elkhart, Indiana.
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