Townsend Military Band Will Perform at Arts & Crafts Fair
TOWNSEND -- The Townsend Military Band will play an afternoon concert from the bandstand on the Townsend Common on Sunday, Sept. 16, in conjunction with the Townsend Historical Society’s 37th annual Arts and Crafts Fair.
The public is invited to attend the concert, which is being funded by supporters of the Townsend Historical Society.
The Townsend Military Band, under the direction of Thomas Souza will open at 1 p.m., with “76 Trombones” by Willson, arranged by Anderson and adapted by Bocook, and the “Blue Tango” by Anderson.
That will be followed by “The Wizard of Oz” arranged by Barnes, “American Patrol” by Meachum, and “Hollywood Milestones” -- a medley of the themes from “Jaws,” “Star Trek,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “Chariots of Fire” and other films. Mancini’s “Elephant Walk, “Music of the Carpenters” and “That Ragtime Regiment Band March,” arranged by Lewis, will be included in the first portion of the program.
Osterling’s “Nutmeggers March,” “Sea Songs” by Vaughn Williams, and Bennett’s arrangement of the “Sound of Music” will be played after intermission. The band will also perform Murtha’s arrangement of “Glenn Miller in Concert,” “Flourish for Wind Band” by Vaughn Williams, and Alford’s “Colonel Bogey March” before the concert ends at 3 p.m., with “The Star-Spangled Banner.”