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Peak position #20
the opening song for the 2009 TMEA Region X High School Band I. this was Nathan & Matt's final concert with the group in their high school careers.
the second song of the 2009 TMEA Region X High School Band I program.
Peak position #97
the third song of the 2009 Region X High School Band I. a famous and emotional composition by Eric Whitacre.
Peak position #47
the fourth song of the 2009 TMEA Region X High School Band I. a great grade 3-4 composition by John Mackey. sorry for the acoustic problems, the low brass were much louder than the recording shows.
Peak in sub-genre #9
the fifth and final song performed by the 2009 TMEA Region X High School Band I. this was the final song performed by Nathan & Matt at any high school TMEA convention. composed by John Phillip Sousa.
Peak position #28
This comedy overture by Percy Fletcher opened TAMU's 2011 TMEA Convention performance with a flurry of notes. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
Peak position #42
This great circus march by Charles Barnhouse was the 2nd piece in TAMU's TMEA program. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
Peak position #58
This epic by Steven Bryant was the third piece of TAMU's TMEA performance. If one listens closely you can pick out shades of Holst's First Suite in Eb throughout. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
Peak position #75
This classic, upbeat Percy Grainger piece was the fourth piece in TAMU's TMEA performance. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
Peak position #84
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
Peak position #58
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.
This movement consists of soulful blues melodies spread throughout, slowly building to the climax. Features trumpet and piano
This movement is fast and unrelenting as the tension builds towards the final epic climax. Features an amazing clarinet solo, trombone, piano and trumpet
The second piece of TAMU's 2010 Midwest Clinic performance was this amazing piece typical of it's composer, John Mackey. Dr. Timothy Rhea, Conductor
The third piece of TAMU's 2010 Midwest Clinic performance was this new, exciting piece by Rob Smith. James Keene, Conductor, Director of Bands Emeritus, University of Illinois