March of the Golden Brass by John Cacavas
English Folk Song Suite by Ralph Vaughn Williams
I. March - "Seventeen Come Sunday" II. Intermezzo - "My Bonny Boy" III. March - "Folk Songs from Somerset"
Beguine for Trombones by James Christensen
Adagio and Allegro by Nicola Zingarelli
Prince of Denmark's March by Jeremiah Clarke
Royal Fireworks Music by George Frederick Handel
I. Overture II. Bouree III. La Paix IV. Minuet V. Allegro
March by John Barrows
Quintet Opus 88 No. 2 by Johann Reicha
Selections from Mr. Lucky by Henry Mancini, arr. by John Krance
For Sentimental Reasons by William Best, arr. by Glenn Osser
Hot Cha Cha Cha by Glenn Osser
Lazy Sunday by Johnny Hodges, arr. by Dick Fenno
Mame by Jerry Herman, arr. by John Warrington
Funiculi - Funicula by Luigi Denza, arr. by Philip Lang
The Minnesota March by John Philip Sousa
The Stage Band performers listed for this concert were saxophonists Larry Larson, Colleen Danner, Bill Pearson (who says that he merely attended a few rehearsals but didn't play on the concert), Bob Heine (who later fronted his own successful big band in the Twin Cities), and Richard Leisen; trombonists Eric Soderstrom, Carolyn Mathieson, Peter Olson, and Ted Olson; trumpeters Bob Dynan, Leonard Borlaug, and Norman Sainty; pianist Judy Lohmer; and percussionists John Nimlos and Al McAfee. There was probably also a string bass player that Mark Lammers brought in for the concert, but none is listed.
The Woodwind Quintet was comprised of flutist Barbara Arnold, oboist Horace Davis, clarinetist Mary Wannarka, bassoonist David Magnuson (who later directed the Roseville Municipal Band), and French hornist Carol Jensen.
The Brass Quartet was comprised of Jerome Opland and Fred Arnold, trumpets;
Robert Lang, trombone; and Dennis Opland, baritone.