Her range and interpretation of the work did full justice to the intent of the composer and her warm presence on the stage drew in the audience as the work progressed to its resounding climax. At the conclusion of the concerto, the efforts of Reinhardt and the orchestra were again warmly received by the audience and in fine Harford County tradition, Doris was presented with a bountiful bouquet.
Under the baton of Maestro Bair, the SSO presented the full four movements of this lyrical and melodious master work. Beginning with the cello section in the first movement, the work progressed briskly, recalling old and introducing new melodies as it moved forward. Too quickly it seemed for this enchanting music did the fourth movement reached its culminating point.
Free Benefit Chamber Concert April 10, at 3: The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra held its annual chamber music concert this year for the benefit of the Judith Lloyd-Famous Scholarship fund on Sunday, April 10, In between Schubert and Reinhardt, the audience was treated to strings, brass, woodwinds and ensembles of all these instruments, as popular and classical music was preformed. For Judi was arranged by Raff in memory of his friend and colleague Judi Lloyd-Famous as a tribute to her life and accomplishments as a music educator and musician. Three intrepid audience members, all with no fiddle experience, were provided with fiddles, bows and instruction as they were introduced to fiddling.
At the conclusion of the session, all three were keeping time with Bile Em Cabbage Down as they coaxed out their first fiddle performance. From France and America was a resounding success for the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, garnering four standing ovations in the acoustically near perfect Bel Air High School Auditorium. As Maestro Bair opened the concert, he spoke briefly with the audience to set the stage for the first work.
At the conclusion of the work a brief silence ensued, almost as if the spell cast by Debussy had been broken, before the audience broke into vigorous applause. At the beginning of the second work, the composer of Make Gentle the Life of This World, Ray Horton, provided the setting and background for this inspirational and moving work. Horton clearly demonstrated his ability to wrap the historic words of Robert Kennedy in subtle, yet emphasizing music, so much so that the music and speech together seemed to flow naturally.
There was no hint of forced or overly ornamental music. The piece simply flowed with the words and rhythms of Kennedy as he spoke that historic night. It was as if we were somehow transported back to to witness those awful events first hand. As the music faded away the audience immediately arose, freely giving both their respect to the fallen men and their accolades to Horton and the orchestra. As the music died away, the audience was again on its feet, providing the soloist, arranger, and orchestra with vigorous applause. At the start of the second half of the concert, Dr.
And in this he certainly succeeded. The SSO is one of the last venues in the area to do a general admission side-by-side, which provides young and outstanding musicians the opportunity to practice and perform in a full-up no-holds-barred concert. Maestro Bair put the pedal to the metal on the concluding work, accelerating the orchestra from what was merely a brisk pace to transonic speed for the concluding measures of the Hungarian March. Pronounced "brawl," this untitled French tune accompanies a dance of the same name.
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Charlie Harris' Polka [ sheet music ] -- Irish polka, D major. The Connaughtman's Rambles [ sheet music ] -- jig, D major. Cooley's Reel [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, E Dorian. Couragie [ sheet music pg 1 , sheet music pg 2 ] -- D major. Denis Murphy's Polka [ sheet music ] -- Irish polka, D major.
The Derry Hornpipe [ sheet music ] -- Irish hornpipe, D major. The Donegal Traveler [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, A major. Drowsy Maggie [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, E Dorian.
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This is one of the tunes heard in the steerage party scene in the movie Titanic The Earl's Chair [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, D major. Fanny Power [ sheet music ] -- O'Carolan air, G major. Father O'Flynn [ sheet music ] -- Irish jig, D major. Finnish Polka [ sheet music ] -- A minor. This is a great tune for the hammered dulcimer thanks, Patti! Funeral March of a Marionette [ sheet music ] -- Charles Gounod's haunting tune, known to most folks as the "Alfred Hitchcock theme," E minor.
Gentle Maiden [ sheet music ] -- Scottish air, G major. Greensleeves [ sheet music ] -- a very familiar tune, in A minor. Though often attributed to Henry VIII of England who did, in fact, write several verses , the melody actually dates back to the late 15th century. The Halting March [ sheet music ] -- A minor. Also known as The Pikeman's March.
Air No. 2: Beautiful Kitty - Viola Sheet Music by Traditional
Harvest Home [ sheet music ] -- Irish hornpipe in D major. Hobart's Transformation [ sheet music ] -- American reel, A minor. The Holly Bush [ sheet music ] -- Irish hornpipe, D major. The Humours of Ballylaughlin [ sheet music, pg. Hungarian March [ sheet music ] -- A major and E major. The Irish Washerwoman [ sheet music ] -- jig, G major. A standard if ever there was one and, from what I've heard, not Irish, but Scottish in origin. The Jig of Slurs [ sheet music ] -- four-part Scottish jig in D major first two parts and G major last two parts. This tune is commonly followed by "The Atholl Highlanders.
John Ryan's Polka [ sheet music ] -- Irish polka, D major. This is another of the "steerage" tunes from Titanic , and a common set companion to "Denis Murphy's Polka. The Kesh Jig [ sheet music ] -- Irish jig, G major. The Kid on the Mountain [ sheet music ] -- Irish five-part slip jig, E minor.
Kitchen Girl [ sheet music ] -- American reel, A Mixolydian. Kolomeiki [ sheet music ] -- D minor, mostly. Most likely a dance from the Klezmer tradition, and a bit of a challenge on hammered dulcimer. Krebble Giant's Dance [ sheet music ] -- Belgian, A minor. According to legend, this tune was used as a "weapon" against a local giant, to make him dance until he collapsed. Liberty [ sheet music ] -- American reel, D major.
Lord Inchiquin [ sheet music ] -- O'Carolan air in D major. The B part is longer than the A part, but is still played twice. The Mason's Apron [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, G major. Merch Magan [ sheet music ] -- slow air, G major. The Merry Blacksmith [ sheet music ] -- Irish reel, D major.
This is the melody from a beautiful Renaissance madrigal by Orlando di Lasso. Morrison's Jig [ sheet music ] -- Irish jig, E Dorian. It's not as imposing as it sounds. This is different from the versions I've found in various other sources, primarily in mode most are in A Dorian. I got this from the playing of Milladorio, a hot band from Spain.
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The Musical Priest [ sheet music ] -- three-part Irish reel, B minor. O'Carolan's Dream [ sheet music ] -- air in A minor. This comes from an obscure Irish record, and is a little different than what I've seen in print. Over the Waterfall [ sheet music ] -- French-Canadian reel, D major.
Paddy Kelly's Jig [ sheet music ] -- a great slow jig in D Mixolydian mostly! Pastime With Good Company [ sheet music ] -- A minor. Peacock's Feathers [ sheet music ] -- Irish hornpipe, D minor. Peter Turbit's Hornpipe [ sheet music ] -- Irish hornpipe, D major. Rabbit in the Field [ sheet music ] -- Irish jig, A major.