School of Music Program Book 1949-1950 Page: 38
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El Charro, March ---- - James L. Tarver
Panis Angelicus Cesar Franck
Transcribed by Russell Harvey
This beautiful "pastorale" is an exquisite example of Franck's poetic quality. The
transcriber, Russell Harvey, has been highly successful with his many fine symphonic
arrangements and original compositions for band. He is at present conductor of the
De LaSalle High School Band in Chicago and a member of the faculty of the American
Conservatory of Music.
Jota Aragonesa -------------------------------- - ------- M. Glinka
The Three Trumpeters ----........................---- ------ Agostini
Merlin Jenkins, Douglas Wiehe, Euel Box
"Ile de France," from Suite Francaise -___--------- ------ Darius Milhaud
This suite is an original composition for band. The composer, Darius Milhaud,
was a pioneer in the use of jazz in art forms, and leading exponent of polytonal style.
He visited the United States in 1923 and 1927, appearing as guest conductor with orches-
tras in New York, Philadelphia, and Boston and in chamber concerts of his music else-
Russian and Ludmilla, Overture ... .....---- - .... ....------------.... M. Glinka
Glinka laid the foundation of the modern Russian School of Music and was the
first to set himself the task of writing "national" opera. "Russian and Ludmilla," the
second of his operas, though not so well received as his first, was infinitely superior
musically. One distinctive feature of the Overture is that it remains in one tempo
throughout. However, any monotony occasioned by this fact is overcome by the mar-
velous effect of contrast obtained through dynamics and colorful voicing. The composi-
tion is based on two recurring themes.
(a) A Mighty Fortress Is Our God Martin Luther
Arranged by Clifford Lillya
To Martin Luther goes the credit for having written both the words and the melody
of "A Mighty Fortress." He is said to have composed his melodies by playing them on a
flute while a fellow musician wrote them down. The harmonization used here is based
on that of J. S. Bach. The transcriber, Clifford P. Lillya, is now a member of the
faculty at the University of Michigan, and is widely known as an arranger.
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