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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
( December 1, 1998)
SDSM& T SYMPHONIC AND JAZZ BANDS TO PRESENT WINTER CONCERT THIS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4TH
The SDSM& T Symphonic and Jazz Bands will present their 1998 Winter Concert this Friday, December 4, at 7: 30 p. m. in the Surbeck Student Center Ballroom. The concert will be conducted by Fred Ellwein, SDSM& T Director of Bands. Admission is free.
The SDSM& T Symphonic Band’s program includes the following works: “ The Trombone King” by Karl King; “ Twas in the Moon of Wintertime” arranged by Anne McGinty; “ Pas Redouble” by Camille Saint- Saens; “ Othello” by Alfred Reed; and “ Greensleeves” also by Alfred Reed. The Jazz Band will play “ Desolation Blues” by Ian McDougall; “ I Get Along Without You Very Well” by Hoagy Carmichael ( arr. Wolpe); “ How High the Moon” by Lewis and Hamilton; “ In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning” by David Mann ( arr. Eherhart); and “ Manteca” by Gillespie, Fuller and Gonzales ( arr. Berry).
A reception will be held in the Surbeck Center East Lounge immediately following the concert. The reception is sponsored by the Music Supporters in Concert, an organization of music alumni and friends that supports music programs at SDSM& T. For additional information about the concerts, contact Fred Ellwein, Director of Bands, at 394- 2433.
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