Music

Founders Association Reception: Thursday, October 29, 2009

5:30-7:30 p.m.
Break at 6:15 for remarks
Jazz Combo performs: Prof. John Salerno (sax), Prof. Craig Hanke (bass), Prof. Adam Gaines (trumpet), Prof. Stefan Hall (guitar), adjunct instructor Christine Salerno (piano), Ben Hogan, music major (drums), junior

Inauguration Ceremony: Friday, October 30, 2009

1:40-2:00 p.m
Prelude Concert

Triumphal March
Siegfried Karg-Elert

Trumpet Voluntary
Jeremiah Clarke

Hornpipe
G.F. Handel

Nimrod
Edward Elgar

Suite for Trumpet
G.F. Handel

Performed by Prof. Emeritus Arthur Cohrs
on the Wood Family Organ and Prof. Adam Gaines on the trumpet
2:00-2:10 p.m.
Procession of Faculty
Rhythm Chant Harden Composed by C. A. Grosso
Performed by the UW-Green Bay Hand Drumming Ensemble
2:10-2:13 p.m.
Procession of Dignitaries
Fanfare and Chorus from Ihr Lieben Christen, Freut euch Nun composed by Dietrich Buxtehude Performed by the Brass Choir
under the direction of Prof. Adam Gaines
*=Music Major †=UW-Green Bay Student •=Community Member

Trumpet

Prof. Adam Gaines, Thomas Gray *, Pam Wieseckel •, Andrew Welnetz †
French Horn Stephanie Doepker •
Trombone William Burroughs *
Euphonium Tim Kiefer *
Tuba Gregg Fredrickson •
Following Presentation of Colors National Anthem The Star-Spangled Banner by Francis Scott Key
sung by Prof. Courtney Sherman
Following Closing Remarks Alma Mater The UW-Green Bay Alma Mater composed by Prof. Emeritus Lovell Ives, text by former Prof. Peter Stambler. Prof. Sarah Meredith Livingston, vocal soloist; Prof. Emeritus Arthur Cohrs, organ
Recessional Rhythm Chant for Old Men
(honoring African tribal elders)
Composed by C. A. Grosso
Performed by the UW-Green Bay Hand Drumming Ensemble

October 30, 2009
2 p.m.

Preview: Rhythm Chant Harden

an original composition by Prof. Cheryl Grosso

Events are supported by private funds.