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Yale Concert Band - Mozart, Ives, Thomas, and Music with New Haven Railroad Engine No. 349's 1926 Train Bell

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Yale Concert Band - Mozart, Ives, Thomas, and Music with New Haven Railroad Engine No. 349's 1926 Train Bell

Time: November 13, 2022 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Location: Woolsey Hall
Street: 500 College Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://bands.yalecollege.yal…
Phone: 2034324111
Event Type: concert
Organized By: Stephanie Hubbard
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2022

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Thomas C. Duffy, Music Director. Yale's wind ensemble performs a free, family-friendly, afternoon program:

  • Come Sunday by Omar Thomas is a two-movement tribute to the Hammond organ’s central role in black worship services. The title is a direct nod to Duke Ellington, who held an inspired love for classical music and allowed it to influence his own work in a multitude of ways.


  • Serenade No. 10 (Gran Partita) K. 361 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) - Overture, Adagio (featured in the movie “Amadeus”), and Rondo


Trains - Featuring New Haven Railroad Engine No. 349’s 1926 brass bell!
Little Train of the Brazilian Countryman (Heitor Villa-Lobos)

  • Ghost Train I (Eric Whitacre)
  • The Midnight Fire Alarm (Harry Lincoln)


Guest Conductor: Ricky Fleming

Director of Bands, State University of New York - Buffalo State

  • Splinter (Holly Harrison)
  • The Alcotts (Charles Ives/trans. Richard Thurston)

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