The Sound of Christmas

THE SOUND OF CHRISTMAS WILL OCCUR AS SCHEDULED THIS EVENING.

 

One of North America’s finest brass quintets, The Carolian Brass joins vocalist and guitarist Elisabeth von Trapp, granddaughter of Maria and Baron von Trapp, whose story inspired The Sound of Music, for some holiday favorites.

The Program

THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
Canzona Bergamasca,
Samuel Scheidt

Nutcracker Suite – March, Waltz, Trepak,
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Christmas Time is Here,
Vince Guaraldi Trio – from A Charlie Brown Christmas

Christmas Crackers – Jingle Bells – Deck The Halls,
James Lord Pierpont, arranged by John Iveson

ELISABETH VON TRAPP, DOUGLAS MAJOR AND THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
O Come, O Come Emmanuel,
8th Century Carol, arranged by John Mason Neale & Henry Sloane Coffin

Hodie Christus Natus Est,
Medieval Christmas Chant, arranged by Elisabeth von Trapp

ELISABETH VON TRAPP AND DOUGLAS MAJOR
Winter’s Coming Home!,
Gregory Norbet from the Weston Priory, Weston, Vt.

In The Bleak Mid-Winter,
Christina Rossetti

Stopping By Woods On a Snowy Evening,
Poem by Robert Frost, Music by Elisabeth von Trapp

Favorite Things,
Rodgers & Hammerstein from The Sound Of Music

Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire,
Mel Torme and Bob Wells

ELISABETH VON TRAPP, DOUGLAS MAJOR AND THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
A-Soalin’,
Traditional Carols adapted and arranged by Noel Paul Stookey

Intermission

THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
Brass Calendar,
Peter Schickele
January: New Year’s Day
February: Valentine’s Day
March: St. Patrick’s Day
April: Income Tax Day
May: Memorial Day Picnic
June: Flag Day
July: Independence Day Parade
August: Dude Ranch Vacation
September: Labor Day Weekend Dance
October: Halloween
November: Thanksgiving
December: Alone On New Year’s Eve!

ELISABETH VON TRAPP, DOUGLAS MAJOR AND THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
Lo How a Rose Er’ Blooming,
Christmas Carol and Marian Hymn of German origin

Ave Maria,
13th Century Marian Chant

In Dulci Jubilo,
14th Century Carol by Henry Suso, arranged by Douglas Major

ELISABETH VON TRAPP AND DOUGLAS MAJOR
What Month Was My Jesus Born In,
Traditional Folk Song

I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas/Edelweiss,
Irving Berlin / Rodgers and Hammerstein

Christmas In Salzburg,
Elisabeth von Trapp

ELISABETH VON TRAPP, DOUGLAS MAJOR AND THE CAROLIAN BRASS QUINTET
The First Noel,
17th Century English Carol

The Second Noel,
Merla Watson

Deck The Halls,
16th Century Welsh Carol, lyrics by Thomas Oliphant

Angels We Have Heard On High,
James Chadwick

Joy To The World,
English Carol by Isaac Watts

Sponsored by
The-Bank-of-Missouri-Logo

von trappweb

The Sound of Christmas



© 2013 Southeast Missouri State University | One University Plaza, MS 7895 | Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701
Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts | rivercampus@semo.edu | (573) 651-2265

80 queries. 1.797 seconds