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10 July 2022
Fort Thomas
(Kentucky, USA)

Marches Madness (Marches from classic, opera, ballet & film)
Kentucky Symphony Orchestra - Tower Park Amphitheater

Program Info:
The KSO surveys universally known marches from the classics and cinema in its festive summer 2022 opener. Music associated with circus, weddings, graduation, opera, ballet, bands and symphonies comprise the concert’s first half, whereas award-winning marched from 20th century film scores close out an evening of pomp and pageantry (see evenings program below). Marches as a musical form have been around for centuries. We’re sure you’ll know the majority of marches on tap when you hear them.

On the Program
Julius Fucik - Entry of the Gladiators
Richard Wagner - “Arrival of the Guest” (Tannhäuser)
Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky - March from The Nutcracker
Felix Mendelssohn - “Wedding March”
Carl Nielsen - Oriental Festive March from Aladdin
Henry Fillmore - Rolling Thunder
Charles Gounod - Funeral March of a Marionette
Johann Strauss I - Radetzky March
Percy Grainger - Children’s March
Hector Berlioz - “March to the Scaffold”
Edward Elgar - Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1
John Williams - Imperial March from Star Wars
Miklós Rózsa - March Intermezzo El Cid
Elmer Bernstein - March from The Great Escape
William Walton - Granada Prelude
Alfred Newman - Triumphal March (Captain of Castile)
John Phillip Sousa - Stars and Stripes Forever
John Williams - Superman March

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