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by The St. Olaf Band

The St. Olaf Band performing a variety of works providing witness to the saving grace of Christian faith, including the premiere performance of Faith, a critically acclaimed and powerfully eloquent work written for the band by Andrew Boysen, Jr.
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1. Fanfare og Koral
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7:18 $0.99
2. Faith
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3. Fantasia Variations on "Eternal Alleluias"
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4. Round Me Falls the Night / Adagio Sostenuto
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5. Allerseelen, Op. 10, No. 8
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6. Ballet Sacra
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7. The Alcotts
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8. Zion
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Album Notes
The 90-member St. Olaf Band celebrated its centennial year with a tour of Great Britain, becoming the first college music organization to perform at the famed Aldeburgh Festival. The St. Olaf Band was also the first American collegiate band to make a European concert tour, traveling to Norway under the baton of F. Melius Christiansen to perform for King Haakon and capacity crowds in 1906. The band has subsequently toured several times in Norway, Great Britain and central Europe, as well as throughout the United States. Memorable performances include invitations to the national conventions of the American Bandmasters Association (1997), College Band Directors National Association (1987) and Music Educators National Conference (2004). The band toured Britain and Ireland in the summer of 2000, participated in a study tour of Mexico in January 2004, and recently participated in a study tour of Japan in January 2010.

A professor of music at St. Olaf College, Timothy Mahr conducts the St. Olaf Band and teaches courses in composition, conducting and music education. He is a past president of the North Central Division of the College Band Directors National Association and has served on the Board of Directors of the National Band Association. Also principal conductor of the Minnesota Symphonic Winds, Mahr was elected to membership in the American Bandmasters Association in 1993.


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