|The Roseville Big Band performed at the Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance, February 7, 2004. Dancers enjoyed the wide variety of music the band played, while dressed in attire that ranged from elegant to casual to downright silly, in keeping with the Dr. Suess theme. During the band's breaks, the room filled with salsa music from CDs.|
|Student guest percussionists played maracas and vibra-slap while Bill Frank played an alto sax solo on "La Bamba."||Others played tambourine, guiro, and agogo bells.|
The trombone section played a passage in "Intermission Riff," one of two songs the band performed for the first time that evening.
Can you tell who left his tux in his car?
|Glen Newton wore the key to the break room around his neck. The mini-boa also came in handy as a prop when he sang "Minnie the Moocher."||Bob Nielsen led the dancing on "Y.M.C.A."|
|Mike Bratlie improvised a trombone solo on "El Sol Tambien Se Pone."|
|Robin Hart Ruthenbeck supervised the setup and cleanup.||Frank Friesen drove the bus and helped load and unload. Frank also drove for the road trip in 2003.|
Click here to see pictures from the Roseville Big Band performances at other Carleton College Mid-Winter Dances.
Friday, February 07, 2020.
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