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Fountain City Brass Band Visits with Classical KC

Fountain City Brass Band
Andrew Schwartz
Fountain City Brass Band

Classical KC speaks with Fountain City Brass Band's Artistic Director Lee Harrelson, Conductor Joseph Parisi, and principal baritone Helen Harrelson.

Program
Fountain City Brass Band, Joseph Parisi conductor

Dundonnell from "Hymn of the Highlands" by Philip Sparke

The Christmas Song by Mel Torme and Bob Wells, Arranged by Philip Sparke

Flowerdale from "Hymn of the Highlands" by Philip Sparke
Ryan Sharp, soprano cornet

A Little Prayer by Dame Evelyn Glennie, Arranged by Robert Childs
Helen Tyler Harrelson, baritone

Gonna Fly Now by Bill Conti, arranged by Mike Kilmartin and Lee Harrelson
Ryan Sharp, Joseph Parisi

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Vitae Aeternum by Paul Lovatt Cooper
Matthew Vangjel, flugelhorn

Auld Lang Syne by Simone Mantia, Arranged by Keith Wilkinson and Lee Harrelson
Lee Harrelson, euphonium

"A Christmas Festival" by Leroy Anderson, Arranged by James Wood and Lee Harrelson

For more information on Fountain City Brass Band visit FCBB.net

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Local Musicians and Ensembles are featured on Saturday and Sunday evenings at 8 pm on 91.9 Classical KC and at ClassicalKC.org

Originally from Indiana, Libby Hanssen covers the performing arts in Kansas City. She's written for KCUR, KC Studio, The Kansas City Star, The Pitch, and KCMetropolis. Libby maintains the culture blog Proust Eats A Sandwich and writes poetry and children's books. Along with degrees in trombone performance, she was a Fellow for the NEA Arts Journalism Institute at Columbia University.
Stephen Steigman is director of Classical KC and chief of broadcast operations for KCUR 89.3 and 91.9 Classical KC.
Dawn is on the Accounting and Classical Music Staff at KCUR and Classical KC. She can be reached by email at dawn@kcur.org