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Rutgers Wind Ensemble. Daniel Ott. Consultant. Rutgers Wind Ensemble. Ensemble, Primary Artist.
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Wind ensembles (also known as 'concert bands', 'symphonic bands', 'wind orchestras', etc) are performing groups consisting mainly of woodwinds and/or brass instruments. Commonly associated with communal institutions -or the military- concert bands perform repertoires including original music, transcriptions of popular tunes, and light pieces. Marching bands feature a similar instrumentation, though they differ in that their purpose is to play music while marching, instead of functioning as a concert ensemble. Wind Ensemble's top 10 list.
The Eastman Wind Ensemble is an American concert band founded by Frederick Fennell at the Eastman School of Music in 1952. Through the group, Fennell redefined wind ensemble to refer to a specific kind of wind band with only one player per part, and focusing on original wind music rather than orchestral transcriptions. The Eastman Wind Ensemble has premiered over 150 works, including works by composers Bernard Rands and Joseph Schwantner.
Ensemble – Rutgers Wind Ensemble. Photography By – Jeremy Edwards (3). Producer – Joe H. Brashier. Recorded in the Nicholas Music Center of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Tracks 3 & 10 recorded October 14, 2006. Tracks 1 & 4 recorded October 18, 2007. Track 2 recorded October 20, 2007. Track 5-8 recorded March 28, 2008. Track 9 recorded March 29, 2008.
CreditsDiane Ace - Cover Illustration
George Ace - Design, Layout Design
Daniel Berz - Associate Producer
William Berz - Conductor, Editing Engineer
Darryl Bott - Associate Producer
Joe H. Brashier - Producer
James Capes - Associate Producer
John Darling - Associate Producer
Mark J. Morette - Engineer
Jonathan Newman - Consultant
Todd Nichols - Associate Producer
Daniel Ott - Consultant
Rutgers Wind Ensemble - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Dave St. Onge - Editing Engineer, Engineer
Mark Stickney - Associate Producer
|1||Chamarita! Festival Fanfare-March, for wind orchestra||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||7:56|
|2||Uncle Sid (Fantasy on a Folk Tune), for wind orchestra||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:45|
|Caricatures, for band|
|3||John Cage - "I have nothing to say, and I am saying it"||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||2:42|
|4||Virginia Woolf - Anxious moment||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||1:53|
|5||Carol Channing - "Oh...I didn't know that!"||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||1:36|
|6||Camille Saint-Saëns - Scales||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:34|
|7||Harry Houdini - Escape||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:00|
|8||Awakening of the Ents, for wind ensemble||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||9:48|
|9||Meta March, for wind ensemble||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||4:06|
|Suite of Old American Dances for band|
|10||Cake Walk||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||4:13|
|11||Schottische||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||2:48|
|12||Western One-Step||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:26|
|13||Wallflower Waltz||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:32|
|14||Rag||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||3:55|
|15||Grind, for wind ensemble||Rutgers Wind Ensemble||6:31|