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Jazz concert rescheduled for Dec. 8

The Black Hills State University music department presents the Jazz Ensemble and Black Hills Gold Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union multipurpose room. The concert was originally scheduled for Nov. 18 but was canceled due to bad weather. The concert is open to the public at no charge.

The jazz band program is conducted by Dr. Randall Royer. They will perform Take the “A” Train arranged by Dave Wolpe, Cry Me a River by Arthur Hamilton with Jene H. Melton, soloist; All of Me arranged by Billy Byers with David Sejvar as soloist; God Bless the Child, arranged by Jerry Nowak with Andrea Fischer as vocal soloist; The Amazing Dr. Cold Nut by Dick Garretson; Samba Diablo by Dick Garretson; Cute by Neal Hefti performed by Jared Jankord; When Sunny Gets Blue arranged by Dave Barduhn with Ginger Irwin as soloist; Green Onions arranged by Sammy Nestico; Come Rain or Come Shine arranged by Jerry Nowak; You're Nobody `til Somebody Loves You arranged by Jerry Nowak with Carol Reausaw as vocal soloist; and St. Thomas arranged by Mark Taylor

The Black Hills Gold under the director of Steve Parker, will perform several selections including Ain't No Sunshine by N.Y. Voices, A Nightingale Song by Manhattan Transfer; Allelujah, Come Home by N.Y. Voices; and Operator by Manhattan Transfer.

Members of the jazz ensemble are: saxophones - Mike Haynes, a freshman music major from Upton, Wyo.; Ginger Irwin, a sophomore music education major from Green River, Wyo.; John Leahy, a sophomore technology major from Newcastle, Wyo.; Catherine McLarnan from San Diego, Calif.; trombones - Jerry Pontius, a senior instrumental music major from Deadwood; Thomas A. Gorder, a sophomore music major from Yerinton, Nev.; trumpets - Deb Brauneller from Sturgis; Greg Flanegan, a freshmen music major from Minneapolis, Minn.; Jene H. Melton from

Deadwood; Daniel Sherrill, a senior physical education/elementary education, Watertown.; and Ben Tonak, a sophomore mass communication from Sundance, Wyo.

Members of the rhythm section are: percussion - Jared Jankord, a junior elementary education major from Madison; Carol Reausaw, a junior vocal music education major from Lead; bass - Andy Foxworthy, a freshman music major from Spearfish; William Prentice, a Spearfish High School senior; guitar - Tony Speiser, a sophomore music major from Watertown; and piano - David Sejvar, a senior music major from Rapid City.

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