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Concert Band

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151 The 84-piece Concert Band will perform in 11 northern Iowa and southern Minnesota communities during the annual spring tour
Public Relations News Release 1952:549, p.1
3/4/1952 Tour itinerary is as follows: March 16 - Radcliffe and Britt; March 17 - Fertile, Clear Lake, and Lake Mills; March 18 - Spring Valley, Minn., Chatfield, Minn., and Cresco; March 19 - Luther college in Decorah, Harmony, Minn., and Postville.
152 Piersol back to conduct band concert
College Eye 43:13, p.1
1/11/1952 Frank Piersol will conduct Concert Band.
153 Eleven compositions comprise the program to be played by the 90-piece concert band in its concert here Sunday, January 13th
Public Relations News Release 1951:305, p.1
1/10/1952 The program, announced by Band Conductor Karl M. Holvik, will open with the march "Semper Paratus" by Capt. F. S. Van Boskerck, U.S.C.G. Dean Olson, senior student from Ft. Dodge, will be featured as trombone soloist playing an arrangement of "Adagio."
154 Karl M. Holvik announces that the concert band will play eleven compositions on Sunday, January 13th
Public Relations News Release 1951:304, p.1
1/10/1952 Frank A. Piersol, director of bands at Iowa State College, Ames, and former Waterloo West high school band director, will be guest conductor.
155 Frank A. Piersol will conduct four compositions during the concert program, Sunday Jan. 13
Public Relations News Release 1951:297, p.1
1/5/1952 The 90-piece concert band will present the concert in the college auditorium. Piersol has served as judge of high school music contests in Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado and Arkansas; he has been guest conductor and advisor for many bands.
156 Frank A. Piersol's appearance as guest conductor at the college band concert will not bring a stranger to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area.
Public Relations News Release 1951:296, p.1
1/5/1952 Piersol, assistant professor of music and director of bands at Iowa State College, Ames, was band director at Waterloo West High School from the fall of 1944 through the spring of 1948.
157 Concert Band tryouts to begins on Monday
College Eye 43:7, p.7
158 "Seventy-five Years of Teacher Education" is the theme of the 1951 Homecoming. The first event is "Diamond Dates," a panorama of student life
Public Relations News Release 1951:98, p.1
10/25/1951 Homecoming "I" Queen Dixie LaVonne Laughery, Charles City, will be presented at the variety show and dance. A full day of varied activities is planned for Saturday, Oct. 27. A hockey game between alumnae and senior girls is planned.
159 Paul F. Bender, general chairman of the Homecoming committee, announced the program for the three-day Homecoming weekend
Public Relations News Release 1951:64, p.1
10/4/1951 The theme for Homecoming will be "Seventy-Five Years of Teacher Education." It will be the second in a series of five all-college events in commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the college. After the game there will be informal dancing in the ballroom
160 Two new vocalists will be featured when Harry James and his orchestra present a concert in the auditorium on October 1
Public Relations News Release 1951:43, p.1
9/28/1951 The two newcomers are Patti O'Connor and Bobby Mack. O'Connor is a show business veteran and sister of movie actor Donald O'Connor. Mack, in 1946, won the national title in the All-American teen-ager band-singer contest at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
161 Sixty papers, 91 candidates
Public Relations News Release 1951:41, p.1
9/27/1951 There are 91 candidates trying out for the bands. The marching band will make its first appearance at the Drake-Teachers College football game October 6 at Des Moines, according to Karl Holvik, director.
162 The annual summer concert of the Iowa State Teachers college Concert band will be presented Tuesday (August 7) at 6:30 p.m.
Public Relations News Release 1951:8, p.1
8/4/1951 The concert will be in the courtyard just outside Bartlett hall's Green Lounge. In case of rain the concert will be presented in the college auditorium. William P. Latham, assistant professor of brass instruments, will direct.
163 Green Lounge Court is site for summer band program
College Eye 42:40, p.1
8/3/1951 Program for Concert Band performance; photo.
164 Concert Band
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1951 Brief description of the band; photo.
165 The 75th annual Commencement exercises will begin at 9:30 a.m., Saturday, June 2, in the Men's gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:385, p.1
5/31/1951 Of the 498 candidates for graduation, 265 are candidates for the bachelor of arts degree and 233 for the two-year diploma. President J. W. Maucker will confer the degrees and award the diplomas. Candidates listed.
166 The 75th annual Commencement exercises will be held June 2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Men's gymnasium
Public Relations News Release 1950:367, p.1
5/17/1951 President J. W. Maucker will present the traditional Purple and Old Gold awards to graduates outstanding in scholarship and extra-curricular achievement. He'll also name the winners of ten special scholarships.
167 Eighteen organizations will participate in the third annual open air sing Wednesday evening, May 16, at the college
Public Relations News Release 1950:364, p.1
5/15/1951 Baker hall, men's residence hall, has twice won the traveling trophy presented to the winning group. If the Baker men win again this year they will keep the trophy permanently.
168 Soloists named for band concert
College Eye 42:29, p.1
5/4/1951 Joan Eubanks and Vince McCowen will perform.
169 College Concert Band plans for annual tour
College Eye 42:28, p.5
4/27/1951 Will play in six Iowa towns.
170 Emmetsburg will be the evening host Monday, April 30, to the Concert Band
Public Relations News Release 1950:334, p.1
4/25/1951 Conductor David Kennedy's once postponed 1951 tour will include Lattimer and Laurens, also on Monday, and three more concerts at Monson, Humboldt, Webster City on Tuesday.
171 Conductor David Kennedy of the Concert Band figures this winter's blizzards are about over so he's hopefully scheduled a second band tour
Public Relations News Release 1950:305, p.1
4/11/1951 A weekend blizzard forced cancellation of the band's three-day spring tour in Mid-March. The 58-piece band's newest itinerary is listed. All original commitments except one are included in the new itinerary.
172 Week-end events will include the campus high school band concert Friday (March 30) and the spring recital of the Junior and Senior Orchesis
Public Relations News Release 1950:280, p.1
3/27/1951 A drum duet, a brass sextet, and a saxaphone quartet will be featured at the spring band concert conducted by Vincent Maleck of the Campus school music staff. Jean burgess and Barbara Wlaz will be in charge of the dance recital.
173 The weekend blizzards knocked out the annual three-day spring tour of the concert band
Public Relations News Release 1950:268, p.1
3/19/1951 Director David Kennedy said he was trying to reschedule to tour for "the latter part of April." A between-quarters vacation started last Friday and the band members remained on campus until Sunday in the hope the tour would start.
174 Band will begin tour on Sunday
College Eye 42:23, p.1
3/15/1951 Will visit seven Iowa cities.
175 1951 Spring Concert tour of the College Band
Public Relations News Release 1950:260, p.1
3/8/1951 The complete repertoire is printed on the program. Conductor David Kennedy said the band will play about 11 selections at morning and afternoon concerts and about 13 at evening concerts. Kennedy joined the music staff in September, 1948. Tours listed.
176 ISTC band at Greene on Feb. 27
Public Relations News Release 1950:218, p.1
2/15/1951 The 70-piece concert band will play a full concert in Greene in the school auditorium.Conductor David Kennedy has announced a 15-number program. Program listed.
177 ISTC band at Greene on Feb. 27
Public Relations News Release 1950:207, p.1
2/9/1951 The 70-piece concert band will play a full concert in Greene, which is sponsored by the school's Music Mothers association and will be held in the school auditorium. Conductor David Kennedy has announced a 15-number program. Program listed.
178 $500 anonymous gift to ISTC concert fund
Public Relations News Release 1950:195, p.1
1/31/1951 President Maucker and Concert Committee Chairman Leland L. Sage expressed appreciation for the donor's action in supporting the concert program which annually brings world-famous artists to the campus and community.
179 Band to present concert Sunday
College Eye 42:15, p.1
1/19/1951 Concert Band program.
180 ISTC Concert Band to play Sunday
Public Relations News Release 1950:181, p.1
1/18/1951 The annual winter home concert of the college concert band will be played in the college auditorium.Director David Kennedy and his 75-musician band will play compositions of such famous composers as Bach, Brahms, Gillette, Gliere, and Tschaikowski.
181 ISTC Concert Band to play January 21
Public Relations News Release 1950:176, p.1
1/13/1951 Director David Kennedy and his 75-piece concert band will play a home concert in the college auditorium.The concert will be this year's first in this area. The band traveled to Clarion for a full concert last November 20.
182 Senior Recital at ISTC, Tuesday, Dec. 5
Public Relations News Release 1950:148, p.1
12/2/1950 The first senior recital of the fall quarter will be in Gilchrist hall. Recitalists will be Flutist Jean Hancock, Ottumwa, and Baritone Arnold Willms, Amber.
183 Bandmaster to meet at ISTC, Dec. 4
Public Relations News Release 1950:140, p.1
11/28/1950 A full day of band music will feature the annual clinic of the Northeast Iowa Bandmasters association. Visiting bandmasters will hear successive half-hour clinics on individual instruments or instrument groups.
184 Band to present Clarion concert
College Eye 42:10, p.3
11/17/1950 About 80 band members will make trip.
185 TC Concert Band Opens at Clarion
Public Relations News Release 1950:122, p.1
11/10/1950 Director David Kennedy said at least 80 players will make the Clarion Trip. Many of the musicians played in the 96-piece marching band which ended its fall season with a performance at the football game here Nov. 4.
186 The "I" Club will present the Queen's attendants before the game and the marching band will parade in special formations during halftime
Public Relations News Release 1950:95, p.1
10/28/1950 Dr. Harold E. Bernhard, director of religious activities, is the Sunday morning Homecoming chapel service speaker. Parade floats and house decorations will pattern the major theme. Final event of the weekend is the Homecoming concert in the auditorium.
187 Try-outs for band to be Oct. 23-28
College Eye 42:5, p.3
188 Concert to end Teachers College Homecoming festivities
Public Relations News Release 1950:56, p.1
10/8/1950 A mixed Homecoming concert by music department faculty members and three students will officially close the 29th annual Homecoming festivities. Two scenes from "The Mikado" will end the concert.
189 Homecoming program announced at Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1950:36, p.1
9/28/1950 A full entertainment slate, from a variety show to a chapel service, is planned for Homecoming visitors on Oct. 13-15. The feature attraction is the football game with the tough Drake University crew at Latham field. The Homecoming Dance is on Friday.
190 Concert band
Old Gold 0:0, p.92
6/1/1950 List of members; photo.
191 Three directors to lead Concert Band on Sunday
College Eye 41:26, p.1
4/14/1950 The selections for the concert are provided.
192 Band starts tour at Iowa State
College Eye 41:20, p.1
2/17/1950 Twelve concerts will be performed in three days.
193 Band will tour eleven Iowa cities
College Eye 41:19, p.1
2/10/1950 Will be performing at eleven high schools within three days.
194 Sweet and Lowdown
Simpson--Dean (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:18, p.3
2/3/1950 Events occurring within the Department of Music.
195 Band to give concert Sunday
College Eye 41:15, p.1
1/13/1950 Program will include eleven selections; photo.
196 Band concert to be Tuesday
College Eye 40:37, p.1
7/22/1949 Performance program.
197 Musical Notes
Porter--Phyllis Marion (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:34, p.2
7/1/1949 Band bus collided with a truck on the way home from a trip to Des Moines; no one seriously injured.
198 Band leaves for D. M. celebration
College Eye 40:33, p.1
6/24/1949 Performance program.
199 Band in Des Moines for Tribune centennial
College Eye 40:32, p.1
6/17/1949 Will present one hour concert.
200 Musical Notes
Porter--Phyllis Marion (Class of 1950)
College Eye 40:32, p.2
6/17/1949 Announces upcoming music-related activities on campus.


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