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December 19, 2016
Winter Concert

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May 23, 2016
Spring Concert

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December 14, 2015
Winter Concert

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May 18, 2015
Spring Concert

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December 15, 2014
Winter Concert

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May 19, 2014
Spring Concert

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May 20, 2013
Spring concert
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December 16, 2013
Winter concert
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May 14, 2012
Spring concert
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December 17, 2012
Winter concert
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May 16, 2011
Spring concert
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December 19, 2011
Winter concert
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May 24, 2010
Spring concert
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December 13, 2010
Winter concert
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May 18, 2009
Spring concert
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December 14, 2009
Winter concert
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December 15, 2008
Winter concert
  • AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL
          by Samuel Ward
          arr. Carmen Dragon
  • A FESTIVAL PRELUDE    
          by Alfred Reed
  • RADETZKY MARCH    
          by Johann Strauss
  • FIRST SUITE IN E Flat    
          by Gustav Holst
            1. Chaconne
            2. Intermezzo
            3. March
  • ITALIAN POLKA
          by S. Rachmaninoff
  • WEST SIDE STORY Selection    
          by L. Bernstein
          arr. S. Sondheim
  • DIXIELAND ON PARADE   
          arr. L. Henderson
          Arlene Burney, Conductor
  • A CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL    
          Leroy Anderson
Band personnel

The band dedicated this concert to SGM Stephen Chipman of the California National Guard, currently on active duty in Afghanistan. We want him and his family to know that there is a community that cares and a band that is playing for him.


Ramona Chipman, clarinet and mother of Stephen Chipman, and Jimmie Reynolds, conductor

An appreciative audience.
May 19, 2008
Spring concert
  • PRELUDE AND FUGUE
    IN G MINOR  
          by J. S. Bach
  • MASQUERADE    
          by Philip Sparke
            I. Overture
            IV. Finale

            Arlene Burney, Conductor
  • O MAGNUM MYSTERIUM    
          by Morten Lauridsen
          arr. Robert Reynolds
          Justin Peckner, Conductor
  • IRISH TUNE     
    FROM COUNTY DERRY    
          by Percy Grainger
          Dani Reynolds, Conductor
  • SHEPHERD'S HEY
          by Percy Grainger
  • DUBLIN DANCES   
          by Jan Van Der Roost
            I. Brian Boru's March
            II. The Minstrel Boy
            III. The Irish Washerwoman

          Sean Millard, Conductor

  • Special presentation from the City of Petaluma
  • THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA    
          by Charlie Daniels
          arr. Michael Brown
          Katie Wade, Xylophone Soloist
  • Selections from LES MISERABLES   
          by C.M. Schonberg

  • POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS
          by Dani Reynolds (2008)
          featuring the PCB Percussion Section
Band personnel

May 19, 2008, was declared by the Petaluma City Council to be Jimmie Howard Reynolds Appreciation Day.

Mark Ferguson, Chair of the Petaluma Recreation, Music and Parks Commission was at our concert to present Jimmie with the City Proclamation.


Katie Wade Katie Wade was featured on xylophone in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"


Dani Reynolds narrated and drummed in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"

For more pictures, see the May 19, 2008
photo gallery

May 21, 2007
May concert
  • CHORALE AND FUGUE  
          by J. S. Bach
  • A COPLAND PORTRAIT    
          by Aaron Copland

  • AGÜERO Paso-Doble    
          by José Franco
  • EL CUERDADO     
          by Joseph W. Metzer
  • ENGLISH FOLK SONG SUITE
          by R. Vaughan Williams
            Seventeen come Sunday
            My Bonnie Boy
            Folk Songs from Somerset
  • LASSUS TROMBONE   
          by Henry Fillmore

  • THE WIZARD OF OZ    
          by Arlen / Barnes
  • WOODWIND MARMALADE    
          by Andy Clark
  • THE STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER
          by John Philip Sousa
December 17, 2007
Winter concert
Listen to MP3 excerpts from our concert!
  • TRIESTE Overture  
          by Pietro Deiro / Daehn
  • AMMERLAND     MP3 (1 MB)
          by Jacob de Haan

  • CARNIVAL OF VENICE Variations    
          MP3 (1 MB)  
          by J.B. Arban / Peckner
            Justin Peckner, euphonium soloist

  • SECOND SUITE IN F
          by Gustav Holst
           March     MP3 (1 MB)
           Song Without Words, "I'll Love My Love"
           Song of the Blacksmith
           Fantasia on the "Dargason"   MP3 (1 MB)

  • PAVANNE from Symphonette No. 2   
          MP3 (1 MB)
          by Morton Gould
            Scott Henry, trumpet soloist
  • IN STORM AND SUNSHINE, March    
          by J.C. Heed
  • MUSIC OF THE BEATLES    
          MP3 (1 MB)
          arr. M. Sweeney
  • FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
          Bock / Harnick / Barker
May 22, 2006
May concert
  • ARIOSO     
          by J.S. Bach
  • NIGHT SOLILOQUY    
          by Kent Kennan
            Melinda Craft, flute soloist
  • PRELUDE IN Eb MINOR    
          by Shostakovich
  • AMERICAN ELEGY     
          by Frank Ticheli
  • FROM TROPIC TO TROPIC    
          by Russell Alexander
  • AMERICAN PATROL    
          by F.W. Meacham
  • MANDALEN LANDSCAPES    
          by Philip Spark
  • AMERICAN CIVIL WAR FANTASY    
          by Jerry Bilik
  • THE GENIUS OF RAY CHARLES    
          arr. by Michael Brown
  • THE HUNTRESS    
          by Karl King
December 18, 2006
Musical Evening
  • MARCHE MILITAIRE FRANCAISE
          by Camille Saint-Saens
  • THE MAD MAJOR - March    
          by Kenneth Alford

  • PROSPECT    
          arr. by Pierre La Plante
             Old Southern Hymn Tune
  • FINLANDIA     
          by Jan Sibelius
             Tone Poem and Hymn Tune

  • SALUTE TO NEW YORK CITY    
          arr. by Jack Bullock
  • MOULIN ROUGE    
          arr. by Michael Brown
  • ROOT BEER RAG    
          by Billy Joel / Sweeney
            Saxophone feature
  • BENNY GOODMAN: The King of Swing
          arr. by Paul Murtha
  • A CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL    
          by Leroy Anderson
May 23, 2005
May concert
  • Concert Prelude     
          by Philip Sparke
  • El Relicario    
          by Jose Padilla
  • The Match of Hope    
          by Nachman Yariv
  • A Longford Legend     
          by Robert Sheldon
          1 - A Longford Legend   
            2 - Young Molly Bawn    
            3 - Killyburn Brae
  • Porgy and Bess Portrait    
          by George Gershwin
          arr. by R. R. Bennett
  • The Symphonic Duke    
          arr. by T. Newsom
            Caravan, In a Sentimental Mood,
            Satin Doll, Mood Indigo,
            Take the "A" Train
  • A Tribute to Artie Shaw    
          arr. by J. Christensen
            Charlie Moller, clarinet soloist
  • The Black Horse Troop    
          by John Philip Sousa
December 12, 2005
Musical Evening
  • Te Deum     
          by Anton Bruckner
             Hymn of Praise
  • Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna    
          by Franz von Suppe
  • Concerto for Trombone and Wind Band    
          by N. Rimsky-Korsakov
             Allegro Vivace,
             Andante Cantabile, Allegretto
            Marie Millard, trombone soloist

  • Greensleeves     
          arr. by Alfred Reed
  • Liberty Bell    
          by John Philip Sousa

  • Brian S. Wilson, Conductor
  • Irish Rhapsody    
          by Clare Grundman
  • Rakes of Mallow    
          by Leroy Anderson

  • Satchmo    
          arr. by Warren Barker
  • A Dixieland Jazz Funeral    
          by Jared Spears
            Charlie Moller, Scott Henry,
            Marie Millard, Russ Munford

  • Arlene Burney, Conductor
December 13, 2004
Musical evening
  • Moorside March     
          by Gustav Holst
             from A Moorside Suite
  • English Country Settings    
          by Pierre LaPlante
  • Rigodon de Dardanus    
          by J.P. Rameau
            LMC Woodwind Trio:
            Larry Newcomb, clarinet
            Michelle Adelman, oboe
            Carol Prezio, flute
  • Schottische     
          by Robert Russell Bennett
           from Suite of Old American Dances
  • American Folk Rhapsody    
          by Clare Grundman
  • Golden Oldies Medley    
          arr. by Al U'Ren
            Them 'Bones
            Dick Couden, James Ginn
            Karen Howard, Matt Keane
            Patrick Michaels, Marie Millard
            Al U'Ren
  • Tribute to Count Basie    
          arr. by John Moss
  • Summertime    
          by George Gershwin
           arr. by Paul Coats
            Petaluma Saxophone Quartet
            Teresa Meikle, Charlie Moller
            Larry Newcomb, Janeen Shave
  • Intergalactic Rag    
          by John Williams
           arr. by Paul Coats
            Petaluma Saxophone Quartet
  • New York: 1927    
          by Warren Barker
         Rag   Slow Blues   Manhattan Mayhem
  • Broadway Show Stoppers    
          arr. by Warren Barker
Them 'bones
"Them 'bones" play Golden Oldies



Woodwind trio
Woodwind trio: Carol Prezio, Larry Newcomb, Michele Adelman



Petaluma Community Band, Jimmie Reynolds conducting
Jimmie Howard Reynolds conducts



March 15, 2004
Spring Concert
  • A Festival Prelude     
          by Alfred Reed
  • Shenandoah    
          Adapted by Frank Ticheli
  • Chorale and Shaker Dance     
          by John Zdechlik
  • Snakes!     
          by Thomas Duffy
            Brian S. Wilson, Conductor
  • A Santa Cecilia    
          Radaelli/Elledge
  • The Blues Factory    
          by Jacob De Haan
  • Phantom of the Opera    
          by Andrew Lloyd Weber
              arr. Warren Barker
  • Emblem of Unity    
          by J.J. Richards
May 24, 2004
May Concert
  • Flourish for Wind Band     
          by R. Vaughan Williams
  • Light Cavalry Overture    
          by Franz von Suppe
            Brian S. Wilson, Conductor
  • Theme from Schindler's List    
          by John Williams
            Nicole Santos, violin solo
            Brian S. Wilson, Conductor
  • Trafalgar March     
          by Wilhelm Zehle
  • Music of the Baroque    
          by J.S. Bach
          Chorale   Dance    Air   Fugue
  • Mame     
          by Jerry Herman/J. Krance
  • Music from American in Paris    
          by George Gershwin
              Janeen Shave, Conductor
  • Malaguena    
          by Ernesto Lecuona
              Arlene Burney, Conductor
  • Hands Across the Sea *    
          by John Philip Sousa

* This concert is dedicated to Staff Sergeant Steven Newcomb and members of the 1140th Engineer Battalion, Missouri National Guard, on extended active duty in Iraq. With appreciation for their dedication to service, and a great deal of concern for their well-being, we want them and their families to know that there is a community that cares and a band that is playing for them.
December 15, 2003
Winter Concert
  • Crossgate Overture     
          by James Barnes
  • Chaconne & March
    from Suite in E flat     
          by Gustav Holst
  • On a Hymn Song of Philip Bliss     RealAudio
          by David Holsinger
  • Barnum and Baileys Favorites,
    March     
          by Karl King
  • The Civil War
    from the PBS series    
          Arr. by Paul Jennings
            Sean Millard, Conductor
  • Duke Ellington medley    
          Arr. by Calvin Custer

  •         Bobby Rogers, Conductor
  • Block M March    
          by Jerry Bilik
              Al U'Ren, Conductor
  • When the Saints Go Marching In    
          Arr. by Naohiro Iwai
              Arlene Burney, Conductor
  • George Washington Bicentennial March
          by John Philip Sousa
Jimmie Reynolds conducts
Photos by Emily Roeder
Jimmie Reynolds conducts.

The low tones come from this end of the band
These folks play the low notes.

Extra thanks to our guest conductors, Sean Millard, Bobby Rogers, and Al U'Ren. Speedy "get well" wishes go to Lois Dudley, Michelle Adelman, and Leang Yee, who were not able to be present at this concert. We also thank Arlene Burney and Casa Grande High School for allowing us to use their facilities.
May 19, 2003
Spring Concert
You can hear excerpts from our performance if you have (free) RealAudio software. Files range from 0.3 to 1.1 MB, so set your player to "stream," and listen while you download.
  • America the Beautiful     
          arr. Carmen Dragon
              Conducted by Al U'Ren
  • The Florentiner March     
          by Julius Fucik
  • Orange Was Her Color     RealAudio
          by Brian S. Wilson
  • Prairie Songs      RealAudio   MP3
          by Pierre La Plante
  • Tubby the Tuba    
          by G. Kleinsinger
            Earl Cruser as Tubby
            Lynn Cadmus as Peepo the Piccolo
            Orion Beach as the Frog
            Narrator -- Bob Knapp
  • Themes Like Old Times    RealAudio
          arr. Warren Barker

  •         Conducted by Brian S. Wilson
  • To the Life of This People    RealAudio
          by arr. Nachman Yariv
              Conducted by Brian S. Wilson
  • Swing's the Thing    RealAudio
          arr. Warren Barker
              Conducted by Arlene Burney
  • The Sound of Music
        (Symphonic Portrait)
          by Richard Rodgers
Al U'Ren conducts America the Beautiful
Photos by Brian S. Wilson
Al U'Ren conducts America the Beautiful

Bob Knapp narrates for Tubby Earl Cruser as Tubby the Tuba
Bob Knapp, left, narrates while Earl Cruser, right, plays Tubby the Tuba

Jim Reynolds, left, and Arlene Burney, right, make it possible, and make it happen. Jim Reynolds conducts the Florentiner March Arlene Burney conducts
Very special thanks for this concert go to Dr. Brian S. Wilson. He composed the beautiful "Orange" piece which expanded our horizons, he guest-conducted with patience and good humor, he played any instrument that we asked him to, AND he took these photographs. Thank you, Brian, Ruth and Jerry.
January 13, 2003
Winter Concert
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  • Army of the Nile     RealAudio   MP3
          by Kenneth J. Alford
            Conducted by Jimmie Reynolds
  • Caprice for Saxophone     RealAudio   MP3
          by Stephen Bulla
            Alto sax soloist: Teresa Meikle
            Conducted by Arlene Burney
  • English Folk Song Suite     
          by Ralph Vaughan Williams
            Conducted by Brian Wilson
  • Nessun Dorma     RealAudio   MP3
          (from Turandot)
            by Giacomo Puccini
            Trombone soloist: Marie Millard
  • Greensleeves    RealAudio   MP3
          arr. by Alfred Reed
  • Rolling Thunder March    RealAudio
          by Henry Fillmore
  • Enbraceable You    
          by George and Ira Gershwin
            Vocal soloist: Marvel Gardner
            Conducted by Arlene Burney
  • Hoagy Carmichael: An American Classic
          arr. James Kessler
            Lazy River, Star Dust,
            Heart and Soul, Skylark,
            Georgia on my Mind
  • Flight of the Pegasus
          by David Shaffer
Ruth Wilson. May 19, 2003. Photo by Brian S. Wilson
Ruth Wilson (French horn) pays attention to the percussion section at our May 2003 concert.

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June 3, 2002
Spring Concert
  • Our Heritage March
          by Karl King
  • Ladies, Lords and Gypsies
          by Albert O. Davis
  • Fantasy on American Sailing Songs
          by Clare Grundman
  • Cowboy Rhapsody
          by Morton Gould
            Conducted by Brian Wilson
  • Salvation Is Created
          by Tschesnokoff
            Conducted by Brian Wilson
  • Strike up the Band
          by Gershwin / Barker
  • Satchmo!
          adapted by Barker
          Soloists: Mike Bryant, Dick Couden,
            Charlie Moller, Teresa Meikle
  • Crosley March
          by Henry Fillmore
December 17, 2001
The Sounds of Winter
  • The Thunderer March
          by John Philip Sousa
  • Dedicatory Overture
          by Clifton Williams
  • American Patrol
          by F.W. Meacham
  • Fiddler on the Roof
          by Harnick, Bock;
            arranged by Warren Barker
  • Toccata
          by Girolamo Frescobaldi,
            arranged by Earl Slocum
  • Zacatecas Mexican March
          by Gernaro Codina
  • Russian Folk Suite
          by Alfred Reed
  • The Symphonic Duke
          by Duke Ellington,
             arr. by Tommy Newsom
  • Lassus Trombone
          by Henry Fillmore
June 18, 2001
The Sounds of Summer
  • Men of Ohio -- March
          by Henry Fillmore
  • Emperata Overture
          by Claude T. Smith
  • If Thou Be Near
          by Bach / Moehlmann
  • Suite No. 2 in F
          by Gustav Holst
            Conducted by Spiros Xydas
  • Rootbeer Rag
          by Billy Joel / Sweeney
            Featuring the Saxophones
            Conducted by Arlene Burney
  • The Wizard of Oz -- Symphonic Suite
          by Arlen-Harburg
            arranged by James Barnes
  • The Circus Bee -- March
          by Henry Fillmore
            Featuring Xylophones
            Tim Kiefer and Shila Arunachalam
  • Broadway Show Stoppers
          arr. by Warren Barker
  • Stars and Stripes Forever
          by John Philip Sousa
December 11, 2000
A Winter Concert
  • America the Beautiful
          arranged by Carmen Dragon
            Conducted by Al U'Ren
  • Invercargill March
          by Alex Lithgow
            Sean Millard -- Conductor
  • Poet and Peasant Overture
          by Franz von Suppe
  • Prelude and Fugue in G Minor
          by J.S. Bach
  • Manhattan Beach March
          by John Philip Sousa
            Spiros Xydas -- Conductor
  • Overcome
          by Bill Lockyear
  • Yakety Sax
          by Boots Randolph
            Featuring Scott Campagna,
            Charles Moller, Larry Newcomb,
            Dons Squires and Leang Yee
  • Little English Suite
          by Clare Grundman
            1. The Leather Bottel
            2. Roving
            3. We Met
            4. The Vicar of Bray
  • Trombone Rag
          by John Higgins
            Featuring Dick Couden,
            Marie Millard, Sean Millard,
            Greg Pospisil and Al U'Ren
May 22, 2000
An Evening of Music
  • Thunder and Blazes -- March
          by Julius Fucik
  • Cake Walk
          by Claude Debussy
  • Slavonic Dances
          by Antonin Dvorak
            Trombone Quartet
  • Selections from Les Miserables
          by Schonberg / Kretzmer
  • Irish Tune from County Derry
          by Percy A. Grainger
  • James Bond Suite
          by Monte Norman
            James Bond Theme
            Goldfinger
            The German Band
  • Selections from Porgy and Bess
          by George Gershwin
  • On the Mall -- March
          by Edwin F. Goldman
December 13, 1999
An Evening of Music
  • Diplomat March
          by John Philip Sousa
  • American Folk Rhapsody #3
          by Clare Grundman
  • Air for Band
          by Frank Erickson
  • March "Folk Songs from Somerset"
          by Schonberg / Kretzmer
  • Irish Tune from County Derry
          by R. Vaughn Williams
  • A Christmas Festival
          by Leroy Anderson
  • My Fair Lady
          by Frederick Lowe
            arr. Robert R. Bennett
  • Symphonic Beatles
          by Lennon - McCartney
  • At a Dixieland Jazz Funeral
          Traditional
            arr. Jared Spears
            Soloists: Charles Moller, clarinet;
            Hazim Williams, tpt; Marie Millard, trmb;
            Bob Knapp, tuba; Dani Reynolds, drums