Roman Carnival Overture by Berlioz
Concerto by Vivaldi
III. Allegro Molto Piccolo Solo - Barbara Arnold
Variations on "America" by Ives, arr. by Schumann
March, Opus 99 by Prokofieff
Rondo by Combini
Waltz by Hindemith
Andante from Octet for Winds by Beethoven
Bourree and Minuet by Handel
March and Bolero from LaFiesta by Guentzel
Blue Mountain by Giovannini
Alfie by Bacharach
Intermission Riff by Wetzel
Witchcraft by Coleman
Flower Drum Song - Selections by Rogers, arr. by Lang
The Silver Quill by Harpham, arr. by Nestico
The Stage Band performers for this concert were saxophonists Larry Larson, Colleen Danner, Jim Ruff, Bill Jagger, and Richard Leisen; trombonists Eric Soderstrom, Carolyn Mathieson, Peter Olson, and Merle Danielson; trumpeters Bob Dynan, Leonard Borlaug, Mary Alice Anderson, Don Hensel, and Norman Sainty; pianist Judy Lohmer; and percussionists Mike Sandmann 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 Doug Wilson, and French hornist Carol Jensen.
The Brass Quartet was comprised of Jerome Opland and Fred Arnold, trumpets; Robert Lang, trombone; and Dennis Opland, baritone.
The Brass Sextet members were trumpeters Roger Damerow and Norman Sainty, French
hornist Bill Doble, trombonist Carolyn Mathieson, baritone player Carl Sundeen,
and tubist Dick Tedrow.