October 10, 2000
Sorcerers, Saxophones & Superheroes

Gustav Holst: Mars from “The Planets”
David Maslanka: Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Band
Harvey Pittel, Saxophone
Paul Dukas: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Hector Berlioz: March to the Scaffold from “Symphonie Fantastique”
Edvard Grieg: In the Hall of the Mountain King from “Peer Gynt”
Michael Daugherty: Red Cape Tango from “Metropolis Symphony”
Julius Fucik: Thunder and Blazes (encore)

November 14, 2000
Preachers, Thieves and Acrobats

Ron Nelson: Rocky Point Holiday
Emmanuel Chabrier/arr. Fred Junkin: Marche Joyeuse
J.S. Bach/arr. John Paynter: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C
David Maslanka: Concerto for Marimba
Drew Lang, Marimba
John Wesley Gibson: Preachers, Thieves and Acrobats
Donald Grantham: Southern Harmony
Paul Hindemith/Keith Wilson: March from Symphonic Metamorphosis (encore)
John Philip Sousa: Semper Fidelis (encore)

December 23, 2000
Christmas at the Meyerson

Johann Strauss: Donner und Blitzen (Thunder & Lightning) Polka
Leroy Anderson: Sleigh Ride
Traditional: Coventry Carol
Chip Davis/arr. Alex Cauthen: A Mannheim Steamroller Christmas
Morton Gould: Jingle Bells
Alfred Reed: Russian Christmas Music
arr. James Kessler: An American Family Holiday Overture
John Rutter: A Shepherd’s Pipe Carol
Cardon Burnham: Festival Carol (Veni Emmanuel)
Mary Preston, Organ
arr. Dwayne Milburn: Deck the Halls
David Lovrien: Christmas Carol Sing-along (No. 2)
Leroy Anderson: A Christmas Festival
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)

January 16, 2001
2001, A Strauss Odyssey

Richard Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra
Richard Strauss: Waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier
Richard Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel
Johann Strauss: Overture to “Die Fledermaus” (encore)
Johann Strauss: Radetsky March (encore)

February 6, 2001
Symphonies, Concertos, Fantasies

Gustav Holst: Second Suite in F
Donald Grantham: Fantasy on Mr. Hyde’s Song
George Gershwin/arr. Ferde Grofe: Concerto in F
Jeff Hellmer, Piano
Percy Grainger: Molly on the Shore
Percy Grainger: Irish Tune from County Derry
Percy Grainger: Shepherd’s Hey
Paul Hindemith: Symphony in Bb
John Philip Sousa: The Washington Post (encore)

March 13, 2001
How Suite It Is!
Frederick Fennell, guest conductor

Howard Hanson/arr. John Boyd: Suite from “Merry Mount”
Robert Russell Bennett: Suite of Old American Dances
Gordon Jacob: William Byrd Suite
Arthur Sullivan/Charles McKerras: Suite from “Pineapple Poll”
Darius Milhaud: Suite Francaise
Alfred Reed: Armenian Dances No. 1
John Philip Sousa: New Mexico March (encore)

April 10, 2001
Carmina Burana

Dallas Wind Symphony
Turtle Creek Chorale
The Women’s Chorus of Dallas

Carl Orff’s 1937 masterpiece Carmina Burana. Over three hundred fifty musicians. A must-see, must-hear… must be there concert!

David Lovrien: Tubilustrium (fanfare)
Major Timothy J. Holtan, U.S. Army, guest conductor
Guiseppe Verdi: Overture to “La Forza Del Destino” (The Force of Destiny)
Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)

July 4, 2001
A Star-Spangled Spectacular!

John Philip Sousa: The Gallant Seventh
Jacques Offenbach: Orpheus in the Underworld
Giacomo Puccini: O Mio Babbino Caro from ‘Gianni Schicci’
Teresa Gomez, Soprano
Victor Herbert: Italian Street Song (encore)
John Philip Sousa: The Gliding Girl – Tango
John Philip Sousa: El Capitan March (encore)
Morton Gould: American Salute
arr. Del Staigers: The Carnival of Venice
David Lovrien, Saxophone
Thomas Moore/arr. Lovrien: The Last Rose of Summer (encore)
arr. John Gibson: Old-Fashioned Sing-Along
E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
Frank Ticheli: Shenandoah
Karl King: The Walking Frog – Two-Step (encore)
arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
Major Timothy J. Holtan, U.S. Army, guest conductor
Samuel Ward/arr. Carmen Dragon: America, The Beautiful
Major Timothy J. Holtan, U.S. Army, narrator
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)