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Feb 12, 2009
Goose Creek Bands
Daphnis et Chloe, Suite No. 2 (Part II)
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the 2003 TMEA Symphony Orchestra performing their final song, Ravel's 'Daphnis et Chloe'. the song is split into two videos.
» go to the music page for more
Ross S. Sterling High School
Robert E. Lee High School
Gentry Junior High
Baytown Junior High
Horace Mann Junior High
Cedar Bayou Junior High
Highlands Junior High
Are all located in the GCCISD in Baytown, Texas (20-30 miles east of Houston). These schools are home to some of the most prestigious bands in TMEA's Region X.
This site was founded by Matthew Johnson (RSS HS), and Tim Magness (RSS HS) 3/31/06.
Be sure to check out our member pages as well as our news section and message board. They are constantly being updated. The RSS Band now has a website so if you want go check out the sounds, videos, and pictures becuase there's many:
The REL band also has just recently created an official band page with music, pictures, video, a history of the band and more:
Almost all recordings found on our page are from live school concerts, UIL competitions, and mostly region or all-state concerts. other recordings are from CDs in which we have PURCHASED!! Also 55% of our songs are wind band songs 5% are jazz and 40% full orchestral music
Please feel free to ask any of the following names for the for the full recordings of the samples and/or instrumental advice.
Matthew Johnson (Euphonium, Tenor Trombone, Bass Trombone)
XBox Live- smurftacular09
Nathan Harman (BbTenor Saxophone)
IF YOU ARE TRUELY TIRED AND BORED OF LISTENING TO UNTALENTED HIGHSCHOOL, MIDDDLE SCHOOL, AND/OR PERHAPS SOME PROFESSIONAL ORCHESTRAS AND WIND BANDS THEN WE ARE HERE FOR YOUR RELIEF. WE HAVE A HUGE LIBRARY OF MUSIC FOR YOU ALL TO ENJOY!! AND PLEASE LEAVE US A MESSAGE ON THE MESSAGE BOARDS INFORMING US OF YOUR PLEASURES OR DISLIKES OR CRITIQUE US
Why this name?
We choose this name to fit what we are striving to represent.
Do you play live?
Yes, we play at all public apperances at the mentioned schools and at UIL and other special events/contests throughout Texas and Louisiana.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
By allowing many fans to sample free songs and experment with various music genres.
We use all wind and orchestral string instruments.