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Department of Music presents ASU
Trombone Choir Nov. 15
November 3, 2010
The Department of Music presents the ASU Trombone Choir
on Monday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Recital Hall, 2412
Quawpaw Way, Jonesboro. The concert is free of charge and open to the
public. The ASU Trombone Choir was formed in 1973 and gave its first
formal concert in 1974. The ensemble has performed at two of
international trombone festivals and several state music conventions.
There have also been numerous graduates from the choir who have been
accepted to prestigious graduate music schools and alumni who are
performing and teaching throughout the United States. The ASU Trombone
Choir is presently under the direction of Dr. Neale Bartee.
The night’s performance will begin with “Ricercare del 12° tono” by
Andrea Gabrieli, arranged by Jay Friedman; “Three Equali for Four
Trombones” by Ludwig van Beethoven; “Inveni David” by Anton Brickner,
arranged by Donald V. King; and “Piece for Six Trombones” by Burrill
Phillips. After a short intermission, the choir will proceed with “”Big
Band Bones” by James Christensen; “Here’s That Rainy Day: by Jimmy Van
Heusen, arranged by Lew Davies; “Jazz Brazil” by Dave Wheeler, to be
performed by Dad’s Bones; and “Bap Bap” by Mark Mullins.
Members of the ASU Trombone Choir are Lindsay Baltz of Hoxie, Brolin
Brown of Sherwood, Dustin Cole of Paragould, Hunter Gilmore and Chris
Smith of Greene County Tech, Devondre Hince of Jacksonville, Norma Lopez
and Kyle O’Brien of Batesville, Roy Massey of Salem, Alex McClung of
Trumann, Treavor Mitchell and Andrew Ring of Westside, Nikki Mullen of
Gravel Ridge, and Nathan Peoples and Adam Waddell of Nettleton.
Assisting the Trombone Choir will be Aaron Decher of Nettleton on piano,
Matt Bounds of Poplar Bluff, Mo. on bass, and Garrett Tyler of Jonesboro
For details, call the Department of Music at (870) 972-2094.
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