20221119_Saxophone Studio Chamber Recitals

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Andante et Scherzo (1938)

THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Eugène Bozza (1905–1991)

COLLEGE OF MUSIC

Ciudades (2014) II. Sarajevo

presents the Saturday, November 19, 2022 7:30 p.m. Longmire Recital Hall

Saxophone Studio Chamber Recital Students of Geoffery Deibel

PROGRAM Mountain Roads II. Chorale

David Maslanka (1943–2017)

Cafe St. Germain

Toshio Mashima (1949–2016)

Quatuor pour saxophones I. Gaiete Villageoise II. Doux Paysage

Arwyn Hill, soprano saxophone Jack Blumer, alto saxophone Kaeden Parks, tenor saxophone Riley Nauman, baritone saxophone

Faustin et Maurice JeanJean (1900–1979)/(1897–1968) Tyler Welch, soprano saxophone Gabe Ortiz, alto saxophone Casey Caulkins, tenor saxophone Brianne Yates, baritone saxophone

To Ensure An Enjoyable Concert Experience For All… Please refrain from talking, entering, or exiting during performances. Food and drink are prohibited in all concert halls. Recording or broadcasting of the concert by any means, including the use of digital cameras, cell phones, or other devices is expressly forbidden. Please deactivate all portable electronic devices including watches, cell phones, pagers, hand-held gaming devices or other electronic equipment that may distract the audience or performers. Health Reminder: The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all individuals in all FSU facilities. Florida State University provides accommodations for persons with disabilities. Please notify the College of Music at (850) 644-3424 at least five working days prior to a musical event to request accommodation for disability or alternative program format.

Guillermo Lago (b. 1960)

String Quartet in F major, Op. 96 “American” (1893) I. Allegro ma non troppo IV. FInale - vivace ma non troppo JEEP Quartet Evan Blitzer, soprano saxophone Ethan Horn, alto saxophone Jason Shimer, tenor saxophone Parker Franklin, baritone saxophone The Big Box

Copeland Trio Andrew Gaffey, saxophone Yunyao Liu, piano Alyssa Coleman, percussion

Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904)

Nicholas Townsend (b. 1997)


Andante et Scherzo (1938)

THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Eugène Bozza (1905–1991)

COLLEGE OF MUSIC

Ciudades (2014) II. Sarajevo

presents the Saturday, November 19, 2022 7:30 p.m. Longmire Recital Hall

Saxophone Studio Chamber Recital Students of Geoffery Deibel

PROGRAM Mountain Roads II. Chorale

David Maslanka (1943–2017)

Cafe St. Germain

Toshio Mashima (1949–2016)

Quatuor pour saxophones I. Gaiete Villageoise II. Doux Paysage

Arwyn Hill, soprano saxophone Jack Blumer, alto saxophone Kaeden Parks, tenor saxophone Riley Nauman, baritone saxophone

Faustin et Maurice JeanJean (1900–1979)/(1897–1968) Tyler Welch, soprano saxophone Gabe Ortiz, alto saxophone Casey Caulkins, tenor saxophone Brianne Yates, baritone saxophone

To Ensure An Enjoyable Concert Experience For All… Please refrain from talking, entering, or exiting during performances. Food and drink are prohibited in all concert halls. Recording or broadcasting of the concert by any means, including the use of digital cameras, cell phones, or other devices is expressly forbidden. Please deactivate all portable electronic devices including watches, cell phones, pagers, hand-held gaming devices or other electronic equipment that may distract the audience or performers. Health Reminder: The Florida Board of Governors and Florida State University expect masks to be worn by all individuals in all FSU facilities. Florida State University provides accommodations for persons with disabilities. Please notify the College of Music at (850) 644-3424 at least five working days prior to a musical event to request accommodation for disability or alternative program format.

Guillermo Lago (b. 1960)

String Quartet in F major, Op. 96 “American” (1893) I. Allegro ma non troppo IV. FInale - vivace ma non troppo JEEP Quartet Evan Blitzer, soprano saxophone Ethan Horn, alto saxophone Jason Shimer, tenor saxophone Parker Franklin, baritone saxophone The Big Box

Copeland Trio Andrew Gaffey, saxophone Yunyao Liu, piano Alyssa Coleman, percussion

Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904)

Nicholas Townsend (b. 1997)