September 18, 2001
Vienna, Paris & Rome

Franz Von Suppe: Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna
Camille Saint Saens: Marche Militaire Francaise
Charles Ives: “Country Band” March
J.S. Bach: Komm Susser Tod
Carl Maria von Weber: Concertino for Clarinet
Deborah Ungaro Fabian, Clarinet
arr. David Lovrien: A Lone Star Portrait (encore)
     Deborah Ungaro Fabian and the DWS Clarinet Choir
Ottorino Respighi: Roman Festivals
John Philip Sousa: The Gallant Seventh (encore)
Ward/arr. Dragon: America, the Beautiful (encore)

October 16, 2001
Broadway Blockbusters!

George Gershwin/arr. Robert Russell Bennett: Symphonic Sketches on ‘Porgy & Bess’
Richard Rogers/arr. Eric Leidzen: Guadalcanal March
Lerner & Lowe/arr. R.R. Bennett: Suite from ‘My Fair Lady’
Richard Rogers/arr. Floyd Werle: Scenario from ‘South Pacific’
Richard Rogers/arr. R.R. Bennett-Mark Rogers: Music from ‘Oklahoma!’
Meredith Willson/arr. Leroy Anderson: Seventy-Six Trombones (from ‘The Music Man’)
Richard Rogers/arr. R.R. Bennett: Suite from ‘The Sound of Music’
Irving Berlin/arr. David Lovrien: God Bless America (encore)
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)

  November 6, 2001
Bugles, Ballads and Bridges

Frederick Fennell, guest conductor

Clifton Williams: Fanfare and Allegro
J.S. Bach: Fantasia and Fugue in G minor
Vincent Persechetti: Psalm
William Schuman: George Washington Bridge
Morton Gould: Ballad for Band
Bin Kaneda: Lullaby from ‘Japanese Folk Song Suite’
Edwin Franko Goldman: Bugles & Drums (encore)

December 17 & 19, 2001
Christmas at the Meyerson

Franz Schubert: Ave Maria
     Maria Teresa Gomez, Soprano
Randol Alan Bass: Twas the Night Before Christmas
     Carl Johnson, Narrator
Adophe Adam: O Holy Night
     Maria Teresa Gomez, Soprano
John Wasson: Jingle Bells Fantasy
arr. David Lovrien: Christmas Sing-Along
Leroy Anderson: A Christmas Festival
Leroy Anderson: Sleigh Ride (encore)

January 22, 2002
Overtures and Rhapsodies

Colonel (R) Arnald D. Gabriel, U.S. Air Force, guest conductor

A. Carlos Gomez: Il Guarany Overture
Claude T. Smith: Flight
Robert Smith: The Divine Comedy
Carl Friedemann: Slavonic Rhapsody
George Gershwin/arr. Ralph Martino: A Gershwin Fantasy
Master Chief (R) Dale Underwood, U.S. Navy, Saxophone
Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion (encore)
Master Chief (R) Dale Underwood, U.S. Navy, Saxophone
Kenneth Alford: Eagle Squadron March
Camille DeNardis: The Universal Judgement
Clifton Williams: Symphonic Dance #3
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Finale from Symphony No. 4
Joseph Olivadoti: Hall of Fame March (encore)

February 26, 2002
American Landscapes

Ron Nelson: Savannah River Holiday
E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March
Joseph Schwantner: Concerto for Percussion & Winds 
Michael Burritt, Percussion 
John Wesley Gibson: Trinity Passage (Premiere)
Morton Gould:
 Symphony No. 4 “West Point”
John Philip Sousa: Who’s Who in Navy Blue (encore)

March 26, 2002
A Tour De Force

Andreas Makris: Aegean Festival Overture
John Philip Sousa: El Capitan
John Philip Sousa: Manhattan Beach (encore)
Percy Grainger: Mock Morris
Percy Grainger: Ye Banks and Braes o’ Bonnie Doon
Percy Grainger: Children’s March
Cecille Chaminade: Concerto for Flute
     Melinda Jean Wilson, Flute
Marin Marais/arr. David Lovrien: Le Basque (encore)
Melinda Jean Wilson, Flute
Percy Grainger: The Duke of Marlborough Fanfare
Percy Grainger: Lincolnshire Posy
John Philip Sousa: Washington Post (encore)

April 23, 2002
Soldiers & Civilians
in concert with the U.S. Army Field Band and Soldier’s Chorus

Dmitri Shostakovich: Festive Overture
John Philip Sousa: Hands Across The Sea
Dmitri Shostakovich: Finale from Symphony No. 5
Dallas Wind Symphony, Jerry Junkin conducting
Eric Ewazen:
 “Dancing to Restore an Eclipsed Moon” from “Shadowcatcher”
Aaron Copland/arr. Thomas Duffy: “The Promise of Living” from “The Tenderland”
Samuel Ward, arr. Loran McClung: America, the Beautiful
Irving Berlin, arr. Keith Laurent: 
God Bless America
United States Army Field Band and Soldiers’ Chorus,
Col. Finley Hamilton conducting
George M. Cohan, arr. James Barnes: Star-Spangled Salute
Bernie/Casey/Pinkard, arr. Eric Richards: Sweet Georgia Brown
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky: Overture “1812”
     Combined Bands
arr. Whitcomb/Lichtenberger: Armed Forces Medley (encore)
Barry Manilow, et al.: Let Freedom Ring (encore)
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)

July 4, 2002
A Star-Spangled Spectacular!

Celebrate Independence Day with an all-new salute to America!  Music by John Philip Sousa, Irving Berlin, Aaron Copland and George M. Cohan.  A must-see for the whole family!