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    • Will Sponsor Music Group

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    • Announcement that the YMCA and the Faculty Music Committee are supporting the development of a Wednesday evening music listening class taught by Professor W. Fredrick Shaffer. The class will use victrola records and progress from simple music to...
    • 1935-01-10
    • College Will Organize Choir Under Direction of St. Olaf Student

    • College Choir
    • Parker Wagnild, former member of Dr. F. Melius Christiansen's Saint Olaf Lutheran Choir, is forming an a capella college choir. Auditions to be held October 16th at 7:00pm in Brua Chapel. The choir was created by a faculty committee consisting of...
    • 1935-10-10
    • College A Cappella Choir to Begin Trip March 25

    • College Choir
    • The newly formed College Choir will be going on a western tour and will also be performing several concerts close to home. Tour Locations include Trinity Lutheran Church, Bedford, PA; Punxsutawney Lutheran Church, Punxsutawney, PA; First Lutheran...
    • 1938-03-17
    • Wagnild Announces Music Department Curriculum Plan

    • Orchestra; Band; College Choir
    • Parker Wagnild announces plans for the creation of a music department in the fall of 1946. The department was authorized by the board of trustees the previous year. The courses that will be offered are, elementary harmony, music dictation, and...
    • 1946-05-07
    • Women's League Will Place Cornerstone During Confab.

    • College Choir
    • At the annual convention of the Gettysburg College Women's League a special gift of 50,000 dollars will be presented to the music department for the renovations of Brua Chapel to turn the former chapel into a fine arts building.
    • 1950-10-12
    • "Battle Cry of Freedom" Songs of the Civil War Gettysburg College Singers

    • Gettysburg College Singers
    • Side One: The Battle Cry of Freedom (George F. Root), Darling Nelly Gray (B.R. Hanby), We are Coming Father Abr'am (L.O. Emerson), When This Cruel War is Over (Henry Tucker), Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (George F. Root), Tenting Tonight (Walter...
    • 1961-04-15
    • 1967 Gettysburg College Concert Band

    • Concert Band
    • Side I: Black Horse Troop (Sousa), Polka and Fugue (Weinberger), Block M (Bilik), Hello Dolly (Herman)

      Side II: Civil War Fantasy (Bilik), Stars and Stripes Forever (Sousa), First Suite in E-Flat (Holst)
    • 1967
    • Gettysburg College Band 1968

    • Concert Band
    • Side I: Jubilee (Kenny), Porgy and Bess (Gershwin), Man of La Mancha (Leigh)

      Side II: The Sinfonians (Williams), March to the Scaffold (Berlioz), Scenes from The Louvre: The Portals, Children's Gallery, The Kings of France, The Nativity...
    • 1968
    • Gettysburg College Concert Band 1969

    • Concert Band
    • Side 1: La Fiesta Mexicana: 1. Prelude and Aztec Dance, 2. Mass, 3. Carnival (H. Owen Reed)

      Side 2: Hail to the Fleet (Richard Maltby), American Overture For Band (Joseph Wilcox Jenkins), Concertino for Band: Allegro, Adagio, Allegro con...
    • 1969
    • Gettysburg College Concert Band 1970

    • Concert Band;
    • Side 1: Finale from Symphony in F Minor No. 4 (Tschaikowsky), Celebration Overture (Creston), Valdres (Hanssen), Pachinko (Yoder)

      Side 2: Variations on "America" for Band (Ives), Incantation and Dance (Chance), Finale from Kalinnikov's...
    • 1970
    • Gettysburg College Concert Band 1970-71

    • Concert Band
    • Side 1: Festive Overture Opus 96 (Dmitri Shostakovich, trans. Donald Hunsberger), Overture "1812" (P. Tchaikowsky, arr. Mayhew L. Lake)

      Side 2: Symphony No. 3 Part 4 (Vittorio Giannini), A Short Ballet for Awkward Dancers (Herbert Hazelman),...
    • 1971-04-26
    • The Gettysburg College Concert Band 1972

    • Concert Band;
    • Side 1: Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral (Richard Wagner, trans. Lucien Calliet), Statement (Brent Heisinger), Third Suite (1st & 2nd Movement, Robert E. Jager)

      Side 2: Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna Overture (Franz von Suppe', arr....
    • 1972
    • The Gettysburg College Concert Band 1973

    • Concert Band
    • Side 1: Commando March (Samuel Barber), Toccata (Fisher Tull), American Variations (Jerry H. Bilik)

      Side 2: Marche Slave (P. Tschaikowsky), Braodway Curtain Time (John Krance)
    • 1973
    • The 1974 Gettysburg College Concert Band

    • Concert Band
    • Side One: Procession of the Nobles (Rimsky-Korsakov-Leidzen), Blue Lake Overture for Concert Band (Chance), Finale from Symphony in F Minor No. 4 (Tschaikowsky-Safranek)

      Side Two: Le Chasseur Maudit (Franck-Stauffer), La Fiesta Mexicana: I....
    • 1974
    • "Benedictus Qui Venit" Gettysburg College Choir 1973-1974

    • College Choir
    • Side 1: Benedictus (Franz Liszt), Lamb of God (B. Kalinnikof), Agnus Dei (Francis Poulenc), Trumpets of Zion (O.C. Christiansen), A Spring Carol (Robert Wetzler)

      Side 2: Gloria (from Misa Criolla, Ariel Ramirez), The Cry of God (Morten J....
    • 1974
    • The Gettysburg College Concert Band 1975

    • Concert Band
    • Side 1: Hail to the Fleet (Richard Maltby), Concert Minature (Rex Mitchell), Serenade for a Picket Fence (Norman Leyden), My Fair Lady (Lerner and Loewe, trans. Robert Russell Bennett)

      Side 2: George Washington Bicentennial March (John...
    • 1975
    • Gettysburg College Choir

    • College Choir
    • Side One: College Choir Concert: Jubilate (Lewkovitch), Thou O Lord (Nysted), Lost in the Night (Finnish Folk Song), Joyous Christmas (arr. Hokanson), Marienlied (Kranz), Advent Motet (Schreck), Little Wheel A'Turnin (Spiritual)

      Side Two:...
    • 1976
    • Choir and Orchestra To Deliver Parent's Weekend Performance

    • Chapel Choir; Orchestra
    • The Chapel Choir and College Orchestra will present a concert in Christ Chapel for a family weekend celebration. Pieces to be performed include, Ludwig Beethoven's Fantasia for Orchestra, Piano, and Chorus Op. 80, and Zoltan Kodaly's Te Deum....
    • 1976-05-07
    • Gettysburg College Choir 1976-1977

    • College Choir
    • Side 1: Quem Vidistis Pastores (Richard Dering), Jesus Sprach zu dem Blinden (Melchior Vulpius), Crucifixus (Antonio Lotti), Glory by to God (Sergei Rachmaninoff), Judge Me, O God (Felix Mendelssohn), The Peaceable Kingdom (Randall Thompson), Have...
    • 1977

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