You can sponsor some music for our
Below is a list of pieces that are
available for sponsorship.
The list tells you the month on
which the piece will be performed, its title, the price
(which includes the
tax and shipping it cost us) and a brief comment about the music.
Those who sponsor a piece will
have their name(s) noted on a clear label affixed to
each piece of music.
Every time we play the music, now and in the future, everyone
who provided it for us.
Sponsors will also be acknowledged
at the concerts
and, if there are written programs, in the program notes.
To sponsor one (or more) of the
pieces, please contact our director to
see if the music is still available
or to choose another great piece.
Questions? Contact our director,
Jack Prindle, at [email protected] or at 360-825-5369.
Please, don't wait too long!
Sponsorships will be accepted on a first come, first assigned basis.
Thank you for your consideration
in supporting the band in this important way.
Argentum is Latin for silver
First Suite in E-flat
Gustav Holst's classic for wind band
Featuring the fantastic flutes
A paso doble for your sister
On a Hymnsong of Philip Bliss
A beautiful setting of "It Is Well with My Soul"
Phil the Fluter
A rollicking Celtic favorite
An energetic march by Henry Fillmore
Rondo from Clarinet Concerto
The final movement from Mozart’s classic
Russian Sailor's Dance
Gliere's fantastic showpiece
Songs from Pixar's 2009 animated film
American Folk Rhapsody No. 3
Another wonderful setting of American folksongs
An American Songbook
A patriotic salute
Barry Manilow on Tour
A medley of the crooner's best
A Johnny Mercer Medley
Not just lyrics, music too.
The King and I
Favorites from Rodgers and Hammerstein's great musical
Swing's the Thing
Swing Jazz favorites
Themes Like Old Times IV
Classic songs from the Roaring Twenties
Walt Disney Overture
Hits from the golden era of Disney
Stirring and powerful
Gallant Seventh March
One of John Philip Sousa's best
A beautiful setting of the poignant song
I've Made My Plans for the Summer
A song by John Philip Sousa for Luna Park
New York: 1927
Reminiscent of the Big Apple in the Roaring Twenties
Rousing music in the Phyrigian mode
Thunder and Lightning
Featuring bass drum and cymbals
"I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee."
Another rousing paso doble
Yankee Doodle, Fugue on
John Philip Sousa's treatment of the American favorite
Wizard of Oz, The
A great medley of songs from the 1939 classic film
The Gateway Concert Band
Contact Jack Prindle, Director, at (360) 825-5369 for more information.
Email Jack or the Band directly at [email protected]
The Gateway Concert Band
P.O. Box 859
Buckley, WA 98321