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APSU Wind Ensemble performs Dec. 4

December 2, 2003


Michael Daughertys Motown Metal tribute to the motor city and Donald Grathams Southern Harmony, based on pre-Civil war music, are just two of the must-hear performances that will be featured during the APSU Wind Ensembles concert Thursday evening.


Conducted by Director of Bands Dr. Gregory Wolynec and guest conductor Andrea Brown, assistant director of bands, the performance also will include Charles Gounods Petite Symphonie and Alfred Reeds Russian Christmas Music.
December 2, 2003


Michael Daugherty's “Motown Metal” tribute to the motor city and Donald Gratham's “Southern Harmony,” based on pre-Civil war music, are just two of the must-hear performances that will be featured during the APSU Wind Ensemble's concert Thursday evening.


Conducted by Director of Bands Dr. Gregory Wolynec and guest conductor Andrea Brown, assistant director of bands, the performance also will include Charles Gounod's “Petite Symphonie” and Alfred Reed's “Russian Christmas Music.”

Professor of Music Richard Steffen, trumpeter, will join the ensemble to perform Alexander Goedicke's “Concert Etude, Op. 49.”

The concert, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the music/mass communication building concert theatre, is free and open to the public. For further information, telephone 7818.
—Terry Stringer