Clarinet Choir and Saxophone Ensemble to perform Oct. 30

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- In a celebration of ensemble music written for single reed instruments, the Penn State Clarinet Choir and the Penn State Saxophone Ensemble will perform a joint concert at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, in Esber Recital Hall. The Clarinet Choir is conducted by faculty clarinet professor Anthony J. Costa. The Saxophone Ensemble is conducted by David Stambler, faculty saxophone professor. Eric Palmquist will serve as guest conductor. The concert is free to the public.

Saxophone Ensemble

Entry of the Queen of Sheba -- George Frideric Handel, arr. Johan Vander Linden

Molly on the Shore -- Percy Grainger, arr. Jacque Larocque

Salvation is Created -- Pavel Tschesnokoff, arr. M. Warner

Pictures at an Exhibition (excerpts) -- Modest Mussorgsky, arr. William Schmitt

Intrada -- Arthur Frackenpohl

Clarinet Choir

Introduction and Passacaglia -- Josef Rheinberger, arr. Rayner Brown

Allegro (from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik) -- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. F. Sacci (Kayleigh Johnson, student conductor)

Dances of Atlantis -- Paul Harvey

La Valse (excerpt) -- Maurice Ravel, arr. Robert Kamel (Robert Kamel, student conductor)

Pavane pour une infante défunte -- Maurice Ravel, arr. David L. Hite

Bohemian Rhapsody -- Freddie Mercury, arr. K. Tod Kerstetter

Last Updated October 18, 2013