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2019 Fall Concert


The Jazz Ensemble started off the night with three swinging songs.

Last night the Westerville North concert band season got underway with the Fall performance. The Jazz Ensemble, the Cardinal Concert Band, and the Gold Concert Band got all dressed up in the formal finery to show off the several pieces they have been learning and rehearsing in class these last several months.


The Jazz Ensemble played three pieces: Earth, Wind, and Fire's "September", "Little Brown Jug," and "Africa"--originally composed by Toto and repopularized for a new generation by the rock band Weezer.


The Cardinal Concert Band followed up with "Ringmaster," a multi-faceted experiential piece composed by Randall Standridge called "Zooveniers", and "Canto."


Finally, the Gold Concert Band rounded out the evening with John Phillip Sousa's famous "Washington Post March," "Air for Band," the 18th-century favorite "Chester," and a modern dramatically upbeat composition called "Heartbeat Five."


It was great fun to enjoy the hard work put forth by all of the music students. Great job by everyone!


Enjoy a selection of photos of last night courtesy of photographer extraordinaire Aaron Layne. (And go visit the Westerville North Music Booster's Facebook page for even more photos from the night.)



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