2009-10 Program

Prof. Cynthia Johnston Turner, Director

Sunday, October 18 (Bailey Hall)

Wind Symphony

Canzon Primi Toni (CUWE/CUWS brass) Giovanni Gabrieli
Cathedrals Kathryn Salfelder
Serenade Derek Bourgeois
Hounds of Spring Alfred Reed
Colorado Peaks Dana Wilson

Wind Ensemble

Hue and Cry Steven Stucky
First Suite in Eb Gustav Holst
Percussion Concerto Steven Stucky
Percussion Soloist: Timothy Feeney
Slava! Leonard Bernstein

Sunday, November 22 (Bailey Hall)

Wind Symphony with Cornell University Percussion Ensemble

Sasha Takes a Train Kim Portnoy
Concertino for Four Percussion and Wind Ensemble David Gillingham
Symphonic Songs for Band Robert Russell Bennett

Sunday, December 6 (Bailey Hall)

Wind Ensemble with Cornell Symphony Orchestra

Suite from “West Side Story” Leonard Bernstein
O Magnum Mysterium Morten Lauridsen/R. Reynolds
Las Campanas Stephen Michael Gryc
Gumsucker’s March Percy Grainger

Saturday, March 13 (Bailey Hall)

CUWinds with Chorale

Wind Ensemble

Rusty Air in Carolina Mason Bates (composer/DJ)
Lincolnshire Posy Percy Grainger
Symphony of Psalms Igor Stravinsky

Wind Symphony

Armenian Dances, Part 1 Alfred Reed
Irish Tune from Country Derry Percy Grainger
Shepherd’s Hey Percy Grainger

Saturday, May 8 (Bailey Hall; 8:00pm)

“Cityscapes” With Special Guests: Ensemble Paris Lodron from Salzburg, Austria

Wind Symphony

Shortcut Home Dana Wilson
Morning Alleluias Ron Nelson
Danzon Leonard Bernstein
Handel in the Strand Percy Grainger
Beale Street Blues W.C. Handy
(Soloists: Ensemble Paris Lodron)

Wind Ensemble

New York Cityscape Jeff Tyzik
Soloists: Ensemble Paris Lodron from Salzburg, Austria
Symphony of Glances Zachary Wadsworth
Premiere

Ecstatic Waters Steve Bryant


Our Mission

CU Winds unites student musicians in an ensemble dedicated to the study and performance of emerging and traditional wind repertoire. We explore music making as a vehicle for cross-cultural exchange and collaboration, and in doing so support Cornell's core values of public engagement and global awareness.