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Preston Long’s Senior Recital (4/26/15)

“Constructive Interference” by Alan Keown
“Symplegades” by Leander Kaiser
“4′ 33″” by John Cage
“Over the Rainbow” arr. Robert Oetomo
“Triptych Boom” by Chad Floyd

Steel Band Concert (4/15/15)

“Take On Me” by A-Ha!, arr. Brian Archinal
“Hard Times” by Len “Boogie” Sharpe, trans. Shelly Irvine
“Africa” by Toto, arr. Tony McCutchen
“Come On Eileen” by Dexy’s Midnight Runners, trans. Megan Gottron
“Roxane” by The Police, arr. unknown
“Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffett, arr. Shelly Irvine
“Locked Out of Heaven” by Bruno Mars, arr. Brad Meyer
“Iko Iko” by James “Sugar Boy” Crawford, arr. Julie Hill

Percussion Ensemble Concert (4/8/15)

“Marimba Quartet No. 1” by Dwayne Rice
“Three Pieces for Percussion Quartet” by Warren Benson i. Fughetta alla Siciliana ii. Scherzino
“Vertical River” by Blake Tyson (featuring Dr. Brad Meyer and Dr. Josh Knight)
“Facets” by Elliot Cole
“Limerick Daydreams” by Nathan Daughtrey

John Tadlock’s Junior Recital (3/27/15)

“Character No. 2” by Casey Cangelosi
“Walkin’ Down Coolidge” by Joseph Tompkins
“Backpacker” by Michael Aukofer
“Waltz King” by Bill Molenhof
“Capture of the U-505” By John Wilmarth
“The Koln Concert: part Iic” by Keith Jarrett (trans. Manuel Barrueco)
“Warm It Up” by Thomas Osborne

Jonathan Aviles’s Senior Recital (12/6/14)

“National Overture” by George Frock

“Kim” by Askell Masson

“Solo Piano for Percussion” by Christopher D. Walker

Doctor Gradus ad Parnasum from Claude Debussy’s “Children’s Corner Suite”

“Wild Garden” by Eckhard Kopetzki

Percussion in the Pines Holiday Concert (12/3/14)

Percussion Ensemble Concert (11/7/14)

“Sharpened Stick” by Brett William Dietz

“Pulse” by Vince Wallace

“Highlife” by Phil Faini

“Hands Up” by Josh Gotty

“Carey” by Lane Harder (featuring Juwan Blanton, drumset)


David Gillingham’s Concerto No. 2 for Marimba and Wind Ensemble (10/14/14)
featuring Dr. Brad Meyer (marimba) and the SFA Wind Ensemble (under the direction of Fred Allen)

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