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Saint Paul Lutheran High School

String Orchestra

1 Violin Anna Royuk

Josiah Krause

2 Violin Faith Muehler

Meghann Roepe
2018 Spring Concert
Viola Jada Strickland Sunday, April 29, 2018
Jackson Wells
Violoncello Hope Muehler Concert Band
Madison Perrin
Flute Faith Brown
*Emerson Rankin
Kaitlyn Cross
Flute *Melody Chen
Julie Nguyen
Faith Brown
Clarinet Ana Varona
Kaitlyn Cross
Burt Kim
Miss Rasch
Trumpet Jessica Landrey

Jared Foote

Abigail Haase

Horn Alexander Beck

Trombone Jesse Muehler

Bassoon *Iantha Scheiwe

*Guest musicians
SPLHS String Orchestra & Concert Band SPLHS Music Department

STRING ORCHESTRA The Saint Paul String Orchestra was founded in the fall of 2015, and
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba G.F. Handel has ranged from 8 to 13 members. Member range in how long they
(orchestra with flutes) Arr. Wanda Sobieska have studied, so adjustments are always made to include every per-
former, regardless of their playing level. The orchestra has also always
Pizzicato Polka Johann Strauss welcomed younger members to perform selected works, giving the old-
& Josef Strauss
er students the opportunity to mentor and the grade school students
Sicilienne Gabriel Fauré
the chance to perform. Since its inception, the orchestra has been in-
Arr. Jeff Manookian
vited regularly to play for community events, such as “Celebrate the
Romanian Folk Dances Béla Bartók (Ad. CM)
Ministry” for St. Paul’s Church, and three times for the Lutheran Bible
No. 1 Jo cu bata Translators’ annual Mission Event. In 2017, freshman violinist Anna
No. 2 Braul Royuk received an exemplary rating at the state solo festival contest,
No. 6 Maruntel and this year, sophomores Anna and Hope Muehler (cellist) received
exemplary ratings in the district solo festival, and will perform at the
Slavonic Dance Op.46 No.8 Antonín Dvořák
state contest on the 26th of April. The concert band plays a wide vari-
ety of music, including pep band music at rallies, arrangements of
Sleeping Beauty P.I. Tchaikovsky hymns for chapel and services, settings of classical works and tradi-
Scarborough Fair Traditional tional band works. The size of the band and the members vary based
Yorkshire Ballad James Barnes on student class schedules and the courses needed for graduation
Mars Gustav Holst requirement. This year, 3 of the 5 students who were selected for All -
Arr. Christian Morris
Conference Band also were selected for 1st chair: Ana Varona, clari-
Ad. Heather Rasch
net; Jesse Muehler, trombone; Melody Chen, flute.
Thank you for your support of the Saint Paul Music Department!
Millennium Suite Paul Barker
No. 1 Festival Fanfare
Dr. Jerrode Baker Marsh, Director of Music
No. 2 Anthem
Miss Heather Rasch, Student Teacher
No. 3. Scherzo