Upcoming Meeting

May 12, 2017, 7:30 pm

BYOB! (Bring Your Own Band)

Claremont Early Music Ensemble: Win Aldrich, Gloria Martin, Joan Presecan, Gwen Rodman, Bill Waggener, Lee Waggener
1.Susanne un Jour…………………………………………….……Lupi (1548)
2. Susanne un Jour…………………………………… Orlando Lassus (1560)
3. Susanna Pavane……………………………………………J. Sommer (1607)
4. Trio from the Oratorio “Susanna”…………………….G.F. Handel (1758)

Joe Whiting:
1.Theme from Black Orpheus (also known as A Day In The Life Of A Fool) …………Luiz Bonfa (1959)
2. Harlem Nocturne……………………Dick Rogers and Earle Hagen (1939)

Windsong-: A Tribute to Richard Glenn; Directed By Jim Forrest
Win Aldrich, Larry Dorn, Hans Huygen, Marie Lee, Susan Marquez, Mike Nicholes (absent: Hava Blasberg, Letty Brooks, Shirley Hager)
1. Modal Dance……………………………………..……Richard Glenn (2011)
2. Blew on Blues……………………………………..……Richard Glenn (2011)

Marcy Del Clements: Native American Flute Improvisation for the Kazakhstan Steppes

Lieblang Family: Anne Lieblang Elizabeth Lieblang, James Lieblang
1. Nous voyons que les hommes…………………………Jaques Arcadelt (1554)
2. Lilliburlero………………………….…………………..……Traditional Irish
3. Elizabethan……………………………………………………
4. J’ay tant bon credit…………………………………. Jaques Arcadelt .(1557)

Mary Van Cott-Hand
Doen Daphne d’over schoone Maeght………………………Van Eyck (1648)

Russell Wilson conducting

Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson

Russell Wilson served as Professor of Music at Utah State University for 28 years, and just retired to Huntington Beach. While at the college he conducted both the orchestra and the choirs. He also taught Music 1010, one of the most highly sought classes on campus, in which he taught some 1500 college students to play recorder. He was also director of the Castle Recorder Consort and is a former member of Musica Reservata with Leslie Timmons.
He founded the Cache Children’s Choir 27 years ago, which is still operating today with five choirs and some 400 young singers. He has conducted across the country, including invitations to conduct his major work for orchestras and choirs, entitled “Prelude To Glory,” which was premiered by the National Symphony in Washington D.C. He and his wife, Cathy, are recent members of OCRS.

 

Here is the music Russ has selected for us. The playlist will be taken from these pieces, but will depend on how much time is left after BYOB.

ARNE Delicate Air 1 Sop
ARNE Delicate Air 2 Alto
ARNE Delicate Air 3 Tenor
ARNE Delicate Air 4 Bass

BOYCE Alleluia 1 SOP
BOYCE Alleluia 2 Alto
BOYCE Alleluia 3 TEN
BOYCE Alleluia 4 BASS
BOYCE Alleluia 5 SCORE

MORRICONE_ave_maria_guarani 5 SCO

MOZART Jubilate Deo – 1 S
MOZART Jubilate Deo – 2 A
MOZART Jubilate Deo – 3 T
MOZART Jubilate Deo – 4 B

PALESTRINA Adoramus Te Christe SCORE

VIADANA Exultate Justi SATB 1 – Sop
VIADANA Exultate Justi SATB 2 – Alto
VIADANA Exultate Justi SATB 3 – Ten
VIADANA Exultate Justi SATB 4 – Bass

VIVALDI Guitar Con in C – 1 SOP
VIVALDI Guitar Con in C – 2 ALTO
VIVALDI Guitar Con in C – 3 TEN
VIVALDI Guitar Con in C – 4 BASS

Walking SATB 1 SOP
Walking SATB 2 ALTO
Walking SATB 3 TEN
Walking SATB 4 BASS

 If you would prefer a zip file of all the music, you’ll find it at our alternate site. Scroll down below the conductor bio.
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