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

Curtiss B. Allen Sr., Founder and Music Director of the Redlands 4th-of-July Band, died of renal failure on Saturday January 23rd., 2016 at 10:15pm after a 7 month convalescence following open-heart surgery.  Please read his Redlands Daily Facts Obituary on the "About Us" page of this website.







A Memorial  Service was held at the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel on March 12th at 11am






America The Beautiful, Arr. by Carmen Dragon
The Redlands 4th of July Band conducted by Curtiss Allen
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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 2016 Will Be Our 36th Season

   
The Redlands 4th of July Committee's Tee Shirt Design for 2015
Back of Shirt on Left

  

 




 
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                                                     The Redlands 4th-of-July Band                                                     
  Sylvan Park Bandstand, circa 1987
 
 
 
 
 Anticipated  2016 Schedule 



June 7th - Plymouth Village Annual "Strawberry Festival" (and July 4th "Shake-down" Concert) A Concert for those at the Village who would find it difficult or impossible to attend the Sylvan Park Concerts or the Fireworks Show on the 4th of July)
 
July 4th, 2016 -- Our 36th Season 
Sylvan Park -- Concerts at Noon and 1:30 pm
Ted Runner  Stadium -- 30min. Concert and Incidental Music prior to the Fireworks Show


Fall 2016 -- Probable Memorial Concert in honor of Curtiss Allen Sr.
Date, Time and Venue to be announced.


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Small Group Pep Band Contingent for the University of Redlands  Home Football Games



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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}

                                                              

The Klaxon (March)
Fillmore, ed. by W.C.O'Hare
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We Gather Together
Hymn
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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.



























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April 13,  2016

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