Eastman - Rochester New Horizons Music
The Birthplace of New Horizons. Founded in 1991 by Dr. Roy Ernst, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY
You Tube Performances to Practice By.
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The Rooster Lays Eggs in Kansas by Mayhew Lake/ Robert E. Foster
2010 CCSD Honor Band
Directed by: Dr. Markovich
Fillmore's "His Honor" march, played live by the United States Coast Guard Band in 1991.
First Suite in E-flat for Military Band Op.28/No.1
Performance by the United States Marine Band and conducted by guest conductor Frederick Fennell. Recorded in concert at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore, MD, April 24, 1997
Dr. Frederick Fennell, educator, conductor, innovator, dedicated his life to making music a joyful discovery for musicians of all ages. Born in July, 1914, he was among the world's most active and innovative maestros. His vigorous worldwide schedule of concerts and clinics, in his later years, would have daunted performers of half his age. All who met him were inspired by his distinctive blend of contagious enthusiasm, boundless energy, and musical genius.
Founder of the University of Rochester's Eastman Wind ensemble in 1952, Dr. Fennell's work in championing the performance of wind music and works by American composers is without equal. One of America's most prolific conductors, he has made nearly 75 recordings with dozens of groups in the US and in Japan, where he was the Conductor Laureate of the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra.
This national treasure continued to learn and teach and share his incredible musical gifts with the world until the very end of his life. Dr. Fennell's life in music is a shining example to students and performers everywhere that with belief in yourself and sheer hard work, you can accomplish whatever you set out to do.
Drum set solo from Jeff Tyzik's "Riffs"
From the Chicago Midwest Clinic with the Eastman Wind Ensemble
Featuring Michael Burritt, Drum Set
Filmore's "Americans We" march, played by the Eastman Wind Ensemble under the direction of Frederick Fennell.
John F. Kennedy High School Band and the Akashikita High School Green Band Benefit Concert for Rancho Bernardo High School - January 2nd, 2008 at the Performing Arts Center at Kennedy High in La Palma.
Composed by Henry Fillmore
Performed by Mississippi All-State Red Band 2010
Conducted by Richard L. Saucedo
This is the Chaconne from Gustav Holst Suite No 1 in E minor played by the Eastman Wind Ensemble conducted by Frederick Fennel. Recorded in mono in 1955. The whole Suite can be downloaded at
Performed by the North Texas Wind Symphony
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