|The Roseville Big Band performed at the Carleton College Mid-Winter Dance, February 5, 2005. Dancers enjoyed the wide variety of music the band played.|
|Student guest percussionists played Latin percussion instruments on "El Sol Tambien Se Pone."|
The trumpet section played a passage in Dave Wolpe's arrangement of "Chattanooga Choo Choo."
The saxophone section concentrated on "Flying Home."
The trombone section played a passage in "April in Paris."
The rhythm section kept the band going on "Johnny's Theme," a tribute to Johnny Carson, long-time host of the Tonight Show.
|Karen Dunn thrilled the crowd with her rendition of "My Funny Valentine."||Mike Bratlie was featured on the Roseville Big Band's first performance of Henry Mancini's "Two for the Road."|
|The inimitable Keith Miner sang the Rod Smith arrangement of "For Once in My Life."||Glen Newton crooned the "Blue Skirt Waltz."|
|Rich Eyman played a trombone solo on "All of Me" while Glen Peterson awaited his turn to trade fours with Rich.|
Click here to see pictures from the Roseville Big Band performances at other Carleton College Mid-Winter Dances.
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