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Department of Music to present
ASU Trombone Choir
Nov. 16, 2009 --
Department of Music at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro will
present the ASU Trombone Choir in concert on
Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Recital Hall on
the ASU campus. The Trombone Choir is under the direction of Dr. Neale
Bartee. The concert is free of charge and open to the public.
The Trombone Choir will perform “Conzona for Four
Trombones” by Biagio Marini, “Contrapunctus I” from “The Art of Fugue”
by Johann Sebastian Bach, “Two Waltzes for Trombone Quartet” by Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart, “Adagio” from “Symphony No. 3” by Camille Saint-Saens,
“Diversion for Six Trombones” by Fisher Tull, “Our Day Will Come” by Bob
Hilliard and Mort Garson, and “The Girl from Ipanema” by Antonio Jobim.
Following along in the program, a special group called “Dad’s Bones”
will play “K.C. Yesterday” by Chuck Mandernach and “Angel Eyes” by Matt
Dennis and Earl Brent. To close the program, the Trombone Choir will
perform “Steamroller Blues” by James Taylor.
Personnel for the concert will be Brandon Avant of West Memphis, Zach
Bailey of Pocahontas, Devondre Hince of North Pulaski, Jonathon
McAlister of Marion, Colton Morrison of Magnolia, Kyle O’Brien of
Batesville, Kade Holliday and Chris Orr of Jonesboro, Treavor Mitchell
and Jonathan Upton of Westside, and Nathan Peoples and Adam Waddell of
Nettleton. Assisting on guitar will be Jay Shepherd of Paragould, on
bass will be Nathan Peoples of Nettleton, and on drums will be Dustin
Barker of Paragould.
For more information about the concert, or the ASU music program, please
feel free to contact the music office at (870) 972-2094 or visit the