September 24, 2002
Made in the U.S.A. 
(Dallas Morning News Review)

Fanfare: Washington Fanfare – Clancy Weeks (Houston, Texas)
Leonard Bernstein:
 Overture to “Candide”
Henry Fillmore: Rolling Thunder
John Gibson: Horizon
Donald Grantham: Don’t You See?
Ron Nelson: Rocky Point Holiday
John Philip Sousa: The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (encore)
David Maslanka: Symphony #4

October 22, 2002
Lyman Brodie, trumpet

Fanfare: Centennial Fanfare – Thomas Stone (Shreveport, Louisiana)
Aaron Copland
: El Salon Mexico
H. Owen Reed: La Fiesta Mexicana
Joaquin Rodrigo: En Aranjuez Con Tu Amor
Lyman Brodie, trumpet
Alberto Ginastera: Danza Final (Malambo) from “Estancia”
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov/tr. Mark Hindsley: Capriccio Espagnol
Zequinha Abreu/arr. Naohiro Iwai: Tico-Tico (encore)

  November 19, 2002
Something Old, Something New,
Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Fanfare: Queen City Fanfare – Elizabeth Raum (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Giovanni Gabrieli: Canzon Primi Toni
Ludwig Van Beethoven: March No. 1 in F
Felix Mendelssohn/arr. John Boyd: Overture for Winds, Op. 24
Tielman Susato/arr. Patrick Dunnigan: Selections from “The Danserye”
Maurice Ravel/arr. Masato Sato: Daphnis and Chloe Suite No. 2
Frank Ticheli: Blue Shades
John Philip Sousa: The Gladiator (encore)
December 8 & 11, 2002
Christmas at the Meyerson
Hamilton Park Men’s Chorus
Mary Preston & The Lay Family Concert Organ

Fanfare: Gloria In Excelsis – David Lovrien (Carrollton, Texas)
arr. Jerry Nowak:
 A Christmas Portrait
Victor Herbert: March of the Toys from “Babes in Toyland”
Percy Grainger: Sussex Mummers Christmas Carol
Babtunde Olatunji: Bethelehemu
Hamilton Park Baptist Church Men’s Chorus

arr. John Wasson:
 We Three Kings
Tchaikovsky: March of the Toys from “Babes in Toyland”
Leroy Anderson: Sleigh Ride
arr. Jay Bocook: Jingle Bells/Jolly Old St. Nicholas
arr. William Silvester: Silent Night
Traditional: Have You Heard About A Baby/Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child
Hamilton Park Baptist Church Men’s Chorus

arr. William Silvester:
 Adeste Fidelis
Louis Vierne: Finale – Symphonie VI
Mary Preston, organ

 Holiday Sing-along
Leroy Anderson: A Christmas Festival
John Philip Sousa: The Stars and Stripes Forever (encore)

January 28, 2003
The Stage! The Screen! The Ballet!

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

Fanfare: National Hymn – Brian Casey (Atchison, Kansas)
Giuseppe Verdi:
 Overture to ‘La Forza Del Destino’
Krance: Three Broadway Marches
Dance of the Siamese Children
Stout-Hearted Men
Strike Up the Band
Tchaikovsky: Waltz from ‘Swan Lake’
Sir Arthur Sullivan: Suite from ‘Pineapple Poll’
Reinhold Gliere/arr. Leidzen: Russian Sailor’s Dance
Jacques Offenbach: Overture from ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’
Mascagni: Intermezzo from ‘Cavaleria Rusticana’
arr. Warren Barker: Hollywood!
Alfred Reed: Russian Christmas Music
featuring brass players from the GDYO Wind Symphony
E. E. Bagley: National Emblem March (encore)

February 18, 2003
American Anthems
Richard MacDowell, clarinet

Fanfare: Fanfare for a Golden Sky – Scott Boerma (Whitmore Lake, Michigan)
Kevin Puts/arr. Mark Spede
: Millennium Canons
John Philip Sousa: George Washington Bicentennial March
Gabriel Faure/arr. Mike Moss: Chant Funeraire
Scott McAllister: Concerto X
Richard MacDowell, clarinet
Scott Boerma: Fanfare for a Golden Sky (full band version)
David Kehler, conductor
Eric Whitacre: Cloudburst
Aaron Copland: Finale from Symphony No. 3 
John Philip Sousa: Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (encore)

March 25, 2003
Marches in March
North Texas Caledonian Pipes & Drums, special guests

Fanfare: Olympic Fanfare and March – Barry Milner (Morehead, Kentucky)
Sergei Prokofieff:
 March, Op. 99
Gordon Jacob: The Earle of Oxford’s March
Scott Joplin/arr. Gunther Schuller: Combination March
Roland F. Seitz/arr. Alfred Reed: March Grandioso
Malcolm Arnold: The Padstow Lifeboat
Malcolm Arnold/arr. John Paynter: Four Scottish Dances
Malcolm Arnold: H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge
Charles A. Zimmerman: Anchors Aweigh
John Philip Sousa: U.S. Field Artillery
John Philip Sousa/ed. Brion-Schissel: Semper Fidelis
David Lovrien: Seven Cities of Gold (World Premiere)
Julius Fucik/ed. Frederick Fennell: Florentiner
Henry Fillmore: The Circus Bee
Karl King: Barnum and Bailey’s Favorite
Richard Wagner/arr. Cailliet: Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral from “Lohengrin”
arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute (encore)

April 29, 2003
Movie Music by John Williams
Mike HolbrookWRR-FMnarrator

Fanfare: Fanfare – Peter Gilbert (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
John Williams: Dance of the Witches from “The Witches of Eastwick”
John Williams: Overture to “The Cowboys”
John Williams: March from “1941”
John Williams: Suite from the Soundtrack of “Far and Away”
John Williams: Olympic Fanfare & Theme
John Williams: Liberty Fanfare
   Mike Holbrook, narrator
John Williams: Four Symphonic Themes
   Flag Parade (Star Wars Episode I)
Hymn for New England
Duel of the Fates (Star Wars Episode I)
March of the Slave Children (Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom)
John Williams: Theme from “Schindler’s List”
   Donald Fabian, soprano saxophone
John Williams/arr. Hunsberger: Selections from “Star Wars”
   Imperial March
Princess Leia’s Theme
Battle in the Forest
Yoda’s Theme
Star Wars End Title

May 22, 2003 – Special Appearance
International Trumpet Guild Conference
David Hickman, Patrick Addinall, Jens Lindemanntrumpet

Tibor Polgar: Fanfare of Pride and Joy
   featuring 12 fanfare trumpeters from around the world
Stephen Chenette, ITG President-Elect, conductor
Kevin Puts/arr. Mark Spede: Millennium Canons
Andre Jolivet: Concerto No. 2
   David Hickman, trumpet
Ivor Hodgson: Concerto for Trumpet (World Premiere)
   Patrick Addinall, trumpet
Allen Vizzutti: The Rising Sun
   Jens Lindemann, trumpet
Aaron Copland: Finale from Symphony No. 3
John Philip Sousa: Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (encore)

July 4, 2003
A Star-Spangled Spectacular!
Dr. Kevin Sedatole as John Philip Sousaguest conductor

John Philip Sousa/ed. Fennell: Washington Post
Giuseppe Verdi/arr. Seredy: Grand March from “Aida”
John Philip Sousa/ed. Fennell: Fairest of the Fair (encore)
Leroy Anderson: The Girl I Left Behind Me
Herman Bellstedt: Napoli
   Wiff Rudd, trumpet soloist
Herbert L. Clarke: Flirtations, Trio for Three Cornets
John Philip Sousa/ed. Fennell: Pride of the Wolverines
Morton Gould: Fourth of July (Holiday Music)
John Philip Sousa: The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (encore)
Henry Fillmore/ed. Fennell: Americans We
George Gershwin/arr. Krance: Second Prelude
Jacques Offenbach/arr. Bourgeois: Galop from “Genevieve Brabant”
Kenneth Alford/ed. Fennell: Colonel Bogey
Warren/Knox: God Of Our Fathers
John Philip Sousa/ed. Fennell: The Glory of the Yankee Navy (encore)
arr. Bob Lowden: Armed Forces Salute
Samuel Augustus Ward/arr. Carmen Dragon: America the Beautiful