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Tonight's Song List

Colonel Jason K. Fettig, conducting

Robert Jager (b. 1939)
“Esprit de Corps”

John Williams (b. 1932)
transcribed by Stephen Bulla*
Suite from Catch Me If You Can
(Escapades for Saxophone and Orchestra)
I. Closing In
II. Joy Ride
SSgt Connor Mikula, saxophone
SSgt Michael Hopkins, vibraphone

Vittorio Monti (1868–1922)
arranged by MGySgt Aaron Clay*
MGySgt Aaron Clay, double bass soloist

Randol Alan Bass (b. 1953)
A New Birth of Freedom (2009)
MGySgt Kevin Bennear, narrator

David Gillingham (b. 1947)
Heroes, Lost and Fallen

Meredith Willson (1902–84)
arranged by Stephen Bulla*
The Music Man
MSgt Sara Sheffield, mezzo-soprano
MGySgt Kevin Bennear, baritone

Modest Mussorgsky (1839–81)
orchestrated by Maurice Ravel
transcribed by Paul Lavender
“The Great Gate of Kiev” from Pictures at an Exhibition

John Philip Sousa* (1854–1932)
edited by The United States Marine Band
March, “The Stars and Stripes Forever”

            Arranged by Thomas Knox* (1937–2004)
A Salute to the Armed Forces of the United States of America

MGySgt Kevin Bennear and MSgt Sara Sheffield, concert moderators

*Member, U.S. Marine Band

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PLEASE NOTE: The use of recording devices and flash photography is prohibited during the concert. In addition to works of the U.S. Government (as defined by 17 U.S.C. § 101 et seq.), this performance may also contain individuals’ names and likenesses, trademarks, or other intellectual property, matter, or materials that are either covered by privacy, publicity, copyright, or other intellectual property rights licensed to the U.S. Government and owned by third parties, or are assigned to or otherwise owned by the U.S. Government. You should not assume that anything in this performance is necessarily in the Public Domain.