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PE - 2/27/17 Stambaugh Auditorium


2/27/17 Percussion Ensemble and Concert Band,

7:30 PM, Stambaugh Auditorium

Glenn Schaft - Director


Passage (1994)                                                                                             Lynn Glassock (b.1946)

            Lynn Glassock is a native of Dallas, Texas and received his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Percussion Performance from the University of North Texas. His teachers have included Paul Guerrero, Ron Fink, Kalman Cherry, Ed Soph and Leigh Howard Stevens. Mr. Glassock teaches Percussion, Introduction to Music Technology and conducts the UNC Percussion Ensemble. Professional experiences include performances with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Fort Worth Symphony, Fresno Philharmonic, musical shows and commercial bands. He has written articles for the Instrumentalist and music reviews for Percussive Notes. He is currently a member of the Composition Committee, the Contest and Auditions Procedures Committee, and the Board of Directors for the Percussive Arts Society. 


Trio Per Uno (1995/99)                                                                                           Nebojsa Jovan Živković (b. 1962)

                  II. Contemplativo

The second movement of a three-movement piece, this movement has its own special lyric and contemplative mood and serves as an isle of quietness between two volcanoes, in both atmosphere and instrumentation. This music expresses the principle: three bodies – one soul.


Argentinian Tangos (1996)                                                                                    arr.  Werner Thomas-Mifune

1.     La vi llegar - Enrique Fancini

2.     Cafetin de Buenos Aires – Mariano Mores

3.     Cristal – Mariano Mores

Werner Thomas-Mifune’s arrangements are published for string quartet and are performed here from the original quartet parts. The Tango is an Argentine genre of urban song and dance that remained popular throughout the 20th century but which originated in the poor neighborhoods of Buenos Aires in the late 19th century. The dance, for couples in a tight embrace, is characterized by very sensual movement. The music is frequently in a minor mode and includes dramatic rhythmic and dynamic contrasts. Notes by Glenn Schaft.


Gankino Choro                                                                                                                                Traditional Bulgarian

                                                                                                                                                                  Arr. Wessela Kostowa

We have arranged this traditional dance music to include improvised keyboard and frame drum solos. The asymmetric meter consists of eleven subdivisions grouped 2/2/3/2/2 or 4/3/4.



Edward Butcher, Salem, OH

Joel Gillespie, East Liverpool, OH 

Brandon Maffitt, Warren, OH

Evan McCreary, Poland, OH

Elexis Moore, Warren, OH

Marino November, McDonald, OH

Tracy Rusk, Brookfield, OH

Tommy Starr, Pittsburgh, PA

Anthony Tresky, Pittsburgh, PA

Nathan Weingart, Canfield, OH


Thanks to Avedis Zildjian Cymbal Co., Remo Inc., Innovative Percussion Inc., and Black Swamp Percussion for their product and artist support.



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