After Pandemic Year 2020, the June 6th program started the 2021 Summer Concert Series
June 6, 2021 -
Director Jerrold P. Jimmerson had told the community
that the season would begin in front of the Library
in the Karl L. King Memorial Park located downtown at the City Square.
Beginning this concert was Gallant Zuaves, the
in 1916, which Karl King dedicated to H.C. Devlin's Sells-Floto Zouaves Drill Team.
dimished the clarity of several recordings.
Second on the program was Karl King’s 1923 march Yellowstone Trail.
Second American Folk Rhapsody, by Clare Grundman followed.
Kentucky Sunrise, a two step 1919 Rag followed.
Next on the program was Far Country composed by Robert Dillon.
The next numbers on this program were conducted byAssistant Conductor Dan Cassady, starting with Sammy Nestico's march Vaquero.
The second number directed by Dan Cassady was Highlights from Paint your Wagon.
Jerrold P. Jimmerson returned to conduct Clare Grundman's Kentucky 1800.
Western themes heard in the medley They Went Thataway
How the West Was Won, Theme from Blazing Saddles, Maverick, and The Magnificent Seven.
The band followed with Karl King's exciting 1943 march Rough Riders.
The last number on this concert was the John Philip Sousa march The Black Horse Troop, published in 1924.
|Listen to The Black Horse Troop.|
This concert closed the usual way with the playing of our National Anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner.
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