"Peace and The Presidency: Music for George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt"

The Second Annual Seacoast Wind Ensemble Portsmouth Peace Treaty Commemorative Concert

Seacoast Wind Ensemble's concert featuied Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait" narrated by Phillips Exeter Chaplain Robert Thompson (below)

And soprano Angelynn Hinson (below), performing George M. Cohan's salute to George Washington, the song "Father of the Land We Love"



The Great American (Theodore Roosevelt) by Harry J. Lincoln  

Music for George Washington 

Colonial Rhapsody, Edward J. Madden Chester
Overture for Band, William Schuman
Based on William Billings’s hymn and marching song of the American Revolution,Jonathan Roth, Assistant Conductor
ugue and Chorale on “Yankee Doodle,”Virgil Thompson, arr. Frank Erickson
From the movie “Tuesday in November” (John Houseman / Nicholas Ray, 1967)
Suite from the Days of George Washington, .arr. Aldolf Schmid
The President’s March
ashington’s March
Washington’s March At the Battle of Trenton
Roslyn Castle
Quick Step
Successful Campaign
Yankee Doodle
Father of the Land We Love,  George M. Cohan, arr. Ed Morbach
ngelynne Hinson, soprano
Foshay Tower Washington Memorial March, John Philip Sousa


Music for Abraham Lincoln
American Salute,. Morton Gould, arr. Philip J. Lang
Based on “When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Shenandoah, Frank Ticheli 
Grays, Claudio S. Grafulla, arr. G. H. Reeves
Echoes of the 1860’s, arr. Donald Hunsberger
General Lee’s Grand March
The Recruiting Sergeant
Come, Where My Love Lies Dreaming
ort Royal Galop
Storm Galop
Lincoln Portrait, Aaron Copland, arr. Walter Beeler
The Rev. Robert H. Thompson, narrator 

The Treaty of Portsmouth March, WilliamH. Scouton (1853-1940)

At The Music Hall, 28 Chestnut Street, Portsmouth NH, the concert was sponsored by the Portsmouth Peace Treaty Forum, supported by the Japan-America Society of NH.


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