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This was the fifth piece of TAMU's 2011 TMEA performance; it is a great piece with two distinct sections that greatly contrast each other. Dr. Paul Sikes, Conductor, Associate Director of Bands and Orchestra Director, Texas A&M University
This rousing end to TAMU's TMEA performance is a piece by Frank Ticheli for concert band and 7-piece jazz band. This one of the most creative and thrilling pieces out there, and the Jim Cullum Jazz Band is absolutely amazing throughout.
The seventh piece in TAMU's 2010 Midwest performance was this extremely challenging piece featuring an alto saxophone soloist. Donald Lefevre, Alto Saxophone, Director of Bands, West Texas A&M University Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
This absolute epic of a piece by Florent Schmitt was the second to last piece of TAMU's Midwest Clinic performance. This is arguably one of the hardest pieces in the concert band repertoire. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
This march by Sousa, from his "People Who Live in Glass Houses" was the finale of the Texas A&M Wind Symphony's performance at the 2011 Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor