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BB Wednesday. April 4.2001 A~ts .- . Bulletin Progress:re P, ecortin' P~'% Westwood hosted V Music Festival March 23 By Brown Jamison, played "The Impre- Westwood Editor sario Overture," by The sound of music was Mozart/Barnes; "A Child's everywhere in Westwood Ju- Lullaby," by Brahms/Swearin- nior Senior High School as gen; and "Fiero," by Steve they hosted the 2001 Region V Hodges. They received a II Music Festival. plus rating. Friday, March 23, saw 16 Greenville Junior High bands join in the music festi- School Band, led by Norman, val to be rated by adjudicators played "March Militaire," by Ray Craig (retired from Lassen Schubert/Kinyon; "Anasazi," High School) and Royce Tevis by John Edmondson; and from CSU, Chico. "Medallion Overture," by The following are the bands, William Himes. They received their leaders, the music they aII rating. played and the rating they re- The Quincy/Pioneer Ele- ceived. Ratings are l-Superior, mentary Combined Band, led II-Excellent, III-Good, IV-Fair by Robert Gilberti and played and V-Poor. Ratings are based "Chorale and March," by Feld- on intonation, tone quality, stein/O'Reilly; "Clouds by rhythmic accuracy, balance Anne McGinty," and "Star and blend, technique, interpre- Wars," (main theme) by C. tation, repertoire and general Strommen. They rated II. effect. After lunch break the High Westwood Junior High Sierra Youth Orchestra, led by School Band, led by Louis JohneneMcDonald, ofQuincy, Hamilton, played "North- sang "Espana Cani," by Myrl pointe Fantasy," by James Issac; "Bacchanale," by Saint- Swearingen; "Back: Three Saens; and "Les Miserables," Chorales," by Anne McGinty;by Claude-Michel Schonberg. and "Symphonette For Band,"They rated II plus. by Frank Erickson. They re-Quincy Junior Senior High ceived II plus. School Choir, led by Jamison, Chester High School Band, sang "Three Hungarian Folk led by Marsha Roby. played Songs," by Seiber/Jacobson; "Table Rock Festival," by John "Kyrie," by Sherri Porterfield Prescott; "Sonata Pathetique," and "The Storm Is Passing by Beethoven/Osterling; andOver," by Tindley/Baker. "Bravada Espirit," by DavidThey received a II rating. Shaffer. They rated I-. Lassen High School Concert Westwood High School Sym- Choir, led by Hagen, sang phonic Band, led by Hamilton, "Joshua," by Kirby Shaw; "I played "Of Pride and Celebra- Will Remember You," by tion," by James Swearingen"Sarah McLachlan; and "River "North Star Overture," by Song," by Roger Emerson. John O'Reilly; and "Silver-Theyrated II. crest," by James Swearingen. Chester High School Chorus, They rated I-. led by Roby, sang "Laudamus Greenville High School Te," by Kirby Shaw; "Til'The Band, led by Jim Norman, Stars Fall," by Albrecht/Alt- played "Colonel Bogey," by Al- house; and "Early One Morn- ford/Barnes; "Rondo For ing," by Michael Larkin. They Band," by Richard Saucedo; rated II plus. and "Aventura," by James After each performance, the Swearingen. They were ratedadjudicators made specific H plus. comments in writing and on Lassen High School Sym- tape to help improve each phonic Band, led by Carlin Ha- group and reinforce classroom gen, played "Stereo Step," by studies. David Bennett; "Dreams and Groups with unanimous su- Fancies," by Timothy Broege; perior ratings are invited to and "Fantasy for Band," by the North State Invitational Frank Erickson. They received Honor Festival to be held this a I rating, year at CSU, Chico, on April 7. Quincy Junior Senior High School Band, led by Marsha Photos by 6a Quincy High School Symphonic Band, Junior Senior High School Band, Quincy and Pioneer Elementary Combined Inas the Junior Senior High School Choir and the High Sierra Youth Orchestra, were involved in the March 23 event. togra Members of the Chester High School Band and Chorus participated in the March 23 event in Westwood. this ] 4 Students from the Greenville High School and Junior High Music Festival. Bands, were among those to perform in the 2001 WITH THE LES CREDn PLAN. PISS/80R-13 This ls AIz E.xcMM~ Value On A Highway Rad~al. 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