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Trumpets featured at Sunday concert

GREENVILLE – The next concert presented by the Greenville Municipal Concert Band will take place Aug. 10,7:30 p.m., in the Greenville City Park.  The Band is directed by JR Price.

This week, the Greenville Municipal Concert Band will present a concert featuring a wide variety of music.  Starting things off will be the stirring and beautiful overture written by Ohio native Steven Reineke, Where Eagles Soar.  Several marches will be performed including The Chimes of Liberty, Allied Honor and a command performance of Sousa’s Semper Fideles.   The trumpet section, Doug Albright, Mark Moore, Ken McCoy, Scottie Moore, Scott Marker, Kathy Marker, and Robert Taylor will be featured this Sunday performing Bugler’s Holliday.  Other selections will include Blue Tango, You Raise Me Up and a tribute to the great Frank Sinatra.  As football season is right around the corner, the band will also perform selections heard at Ohio State football games.

This wonderful concert featuring the trumpets and music from Ohio State is free and open to the public on Aug. 10 at the Marling Band Shell in the Greenville City Park.  Plenty of seating is available or you are welcome to bring your own lawn chair or blanket to enjoy the band.  Bring some friends and enjoy the show.

 

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