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Yale Concert Band to feature Yale School of Music Professor of Bassoon Frank Morelli: Guignol Bassoon Concerto (S. Gryc) and From the Shores of the Mighty Pacific (H. L. Clarke) at Woolsey Hall

February 14, 2020 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Yale Concert Band to feature Yale School of Music Professor of Bassoon Frank Morelli: Guignol Bassoon Concerto (S. Gryc) and From the Shores of the Mighty Pacific (H. L. Clarke). Other pieces performed include ; Lincolnshire Posy (Percy Grainger); Audible Images (Nancy Galbraith); Vientos y Tangos (Michael Gandolfi); The Liberty Bell (John Philip Sousa); Geschwindmarsch (Paul Hindemith); March in F (Ludwig van Beethoven). See More
Feb 3, 2020

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Name of the Organization
Yale University Bands
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Stephanie Hubbard
Job Title
Business Manager
Contact phone
203-432-4111
E-mail
stephanie.hubbard@yale.edu
Website
http://www.yale.edu/yaleband
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Arts
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Music, Band

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At 3:14pm on October 2, 2013, Lee Cruz said…

Stephanie,

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