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19971021 Octubafest Program.

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Date Issued:
1997-10-21
Summary:
In the Fall of 1973, Harvey Phillips, Professor of Tuba at Indiana University, conceived of a series of fall recitals for his students. The format was to have returning students showcase the existing tuba and euphonium literature for the incoming freshman and, in return, have the freshmen demonstrate abilities by performing for the upperclassmen. He then coined the name Octubafest for the celebration which was planned for the weekend following the recital series. It has become a tradition on campuses and cities nationwide.
Title: 19971021 Octubafest Program.
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Date Created: 1997-10-21
Date Issued: 1997-10-21
Summary: In the Fall of 1973, Harvey Phillips, Professor of Tuba at Indiana University, conceived of a series of fall recitals for his students. The format was to have returning students showcase the existing tuba and euphonium literature for the incoming freshman and, in return, have the freshmen demonstrate abilities by performing for the upperclassmen. He then coined the name Octubafest for the celebration which was planned for the weekend following the recital series. It has become a tradition on campuses and cities nationwide.
Table of Contents: Concerto for Tuba, 1st Movement / Edward Gregson -- "Aria and Allegro" / F.J. Haydn (1732-1809) -- "Fantasy for solo Tuba" / Malcolm Arnold (b.1921) -- "Morceau Symphonique" / Alexander Guilmant (1837 -1911) -- "Adagio and Allegro" / R. Schumann Op. 70 (1810 - 1856) -- "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" / Burke / VanHeusen -- "Dan's Blues" / Rich Matteson -- "Suite for Two" / John Stevens --"Party piece" / Phillip Sparke -- "Concerto per Flicorno Basso" / Amilcare Ponchielli (1834 - 1886) -- "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" / J. S. Bach (1685 -1750) -- ''Eine KIeine Nachmusic" / W. A. Mozart (1756 -1791) -- "Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral" / Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883), Arr. Gail Robertson -- "America the Beautiful" / Ward/ Dragon, Arr. Gail Robertson -- "When You wish upon A star" / Washington/ Harline, Arr. Gail Robertson -- "Liechtensteiner polka" / Ed Kotscher/ R. Lindt, Arr. Gail Robertson.
Identifier: 19971021OctubafestProgram (IID)
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