The Redlands Fourth-of-July Band - Est. 1981           Directed By:  Curtiss B. Allen

America The Beautiful
Arr. By Carmen Dragon
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God Bless
The 
    
  The United States of America
 
 
American Patrol
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 I n t r o d u c i n g
 
The Redlands 4th-of-July Band
 
 
Welcome to Our Website!
 
  The Redlands 4th-of-July Band
is a
Community Band based  in Redlands, California.  It was founded in 1981 to provide patriotic music for the annual 4th of July celebrations.
Learn more about the 4th of July and what it means for our Great Nation!
Click Here to go to our 4th of July Page
 
July 4th 2015 Will Be Our 35th Season
 
  
 
 
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                                                     The Redlands 4th-of-July Band                                                     
  Sylvan Park Bandstand, circa 1987
 
 
 
 
 
2014 Schedule
 
April 12th - San Bernardino Santa Fe Depot "Train Days"  -  Incidental Music prior to arrival of the Steam Locomotive
 
June 2nd - Plymouth Village Annual "Strawberry Festival" and July 4th "Shake-down" Concert
 
July 4th, 2014 -- Our 34th Season 
Sylvan Park -- Concerts at Noon and 1:30 pm
Ted Runner  Stadium -- 30min. Concert and Incidental Music prior to the Fireworks Show


November 11th - Veteran's Day Observances at the Redlands Eternal Flame
Jenny Davis Park - 10:00 am
Patriotic Favorites and Incidental Music



Our Season-Ending Fall Concert


This concert marks the end of our 34th Season and a farewell to a long time Band member -- Dan Rodriquez.  He has played bass drum and cymbals with the Band for 31 years and has been our City of Redlands liaison and publicist for most of that time.   He will be retiring in June of 2015 and moving with his wife Blanca to Texas.  We wish him and Blanca God Speed and the best of happy retirements.   We thank him for his many contributions to the Band's success and for his steadfast loyalty and consistent good humor. He will be sorely missed.




A Hunt in the Black Forest
Voelker, arr. by M.L.Lake
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{The original Victor Orchestra recording of 'A Hunt in The Black Forest' was recorded on Aug. 5, 1908.  It was composed by George Voelker , jr. and is cataloged as Victor Recording 35324-B.  It is the flip side of the Victor Orchestra recording of 'In a Clock Store' which was composed by Charles Orth and was recorded on Jan. 24, 1909 as Victor Recording 35324-A.  Both recordings can be heard on The National Jukebox, http://www.loc.gov/jukebox/ and on www.YouTube.com}


                                                                 

Selections from -- The King and I
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Belleau Wood (Concert March)
Edmondson
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The Gillette Look Sharp March
Merrick, arr. by Paul Yoder
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The Teddy Bears Picnic
Bratton, arr. by W.C.O'Hare
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On the Mall
Goldman, arr. by M.L.Lake
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Selections from Walt Disney's Mary Poppins
Richard and Robert M. Sherman, arr. by Irwin Kostal, ed. by Alfred Reed
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The Klaxon (March)
Fillmore, ed. by W.C.O'Hare
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We Gather Together
Hymn
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Selections from The Wizard of Oz
Arlen and Harburg, arr. by James Barnes
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Dean Martin - The King of Cool
Arr. by Mark Sczublewski
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Viva Mexico
Buchtel
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(Back Side of the Concert Program)
Personnel Notes:   For "A Hunt in the Black Forest"  the cuckoo, bird whistle, rooster crow, whip, pistol shots, and anvil were executed by Michael Shea, the horses hoofs by Sharon Cole, and the barking of the hounds by Sharon's dog
Abby.   Sarah Griffin designed the Concert Program.




The following musical selections are performed by the 4th-of-July Band during the Band's rehearsal on July 2nd, 2014


Flying Arrow
By: Abe Holzmann
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The Official West Point March
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Hallelujah Trombones
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This Site was created, and is maintained, by Michael Shea .  Contact the WebMaster at rxndrt@Yahoo.com
Nov. 25th, 2014.

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