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Sound Tiger Ticket Order Form

https://newyorkislanders.formstack.com/forms/sound_tigers_group_ticket_request_johnreis

Here are links to the selections we will here when we attend the New Haven Symphony performance at Parson's Complex. I'm not sure if we will hear all of them, but they are all wonderful to listen to. Enjoy!!! :)

Daniel Bernard Roumain -- Voodoo Violin Concerto No. 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2j6EMryfGU

Johann Sebastian Bach -- Brandenburg Concertos No. 3 -- iii Allegro

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXBmygI-N3M

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- Overture -- Marriage of Fiagro

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikQNFqVkNNc

Ludwig Von Beethoven

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4IRMYuE1hI

 

 New York Philharmonic for Kids

This is a great link for anyone who loves to learn about the Orchestra. You will find lots of information about different instruments, composers and performers, too. If you're in the mood, there are even some fun games to play!! Enjoy!

 

 

 Musical Arts Conference (MAC)

This link will bring you to the Musical Arts Conference. Jonathan Law High School Band and Guard are members of this organization. They participate in competitions on Saturdays throughout the fall. The Winter Guard also competes during the winter (Jan-April). This website also features several videos of the Championships that take place each November. I hope you will enjoy watching our students perform. Our band and our color guard have won numerous awards at various MAC championshiops over the years.

 OHIO STATE MARCHING BAND VIDEO GAMES

This is an amazing half-time show. The theme of the show is music from different video games. The formations are amazing....watch and you will love it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNzOVxHhjmQ

This is another song from a video game.  It is a theme from CIVILIZATION IV and is called "BABA YETU" (which is Swahili for "OUR FATHER").  I hope  you enjoy this performance of Orchestra and Chorus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u_EWzmvI8E

 

Find the Cost of Freedom

This is a song about the soldiers who died during the Civil War.  It is performed by a men's chorus.  There are no instruments playing along with their singing.  When there are no musical instruments accompanying a singer or group of singers, it is called 'a capella.'

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