Maryland Early Brass Festival
Elisa Koehler, Director
Evening Concert
Featuring Brian Shaw, Baroque Trumpet
The festival gratefully acknowledges support from the Laura Graham Cooper Lecture Fund. Opening Fanfare and Words of Welcome Aire de Trompete Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Sonata in D Major Henry Purcell (c. 1659-1695) Sonata in D for Two Trumpets Petronio Franceschini (c.1650-1680) Grave – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro with Elisa Koehler, Baroque Trumpet
Sonata in D Major, G. 1 Giuseppe Torelli (1658-1709) [Andante] – Allegro – Grave – [Allegro] Concerto No. 2 in D Major Johann Melchior Molter (1696-1765) Brian Shaw, Baroque Trumpet
Bozena Jedrzejczak Brown, Harpsichord
Zane Baker, Baroque Cello

INTERMISSION (10 minutes)
Cavalry Fanfare for Four Trumpets and Timpani
J. D. Zelenka (1679-1745)
La Fugue de Mr De La Lande
M. R. Delalande (1657-1726)
3 Aufzüge für 4 Trompeten und Pauken
Michael Joseph Gebauer (1763-1812)
Lord Mayor's Fanfare
Crispian Steele-Perkins (b. 1944)
The United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps
Baroque Trumpet Ensemble
SSG Joelle Glaser
SSG Jay Martin
SSG Joshua Salazar -Timpani
SFC Matthew Huddleston
SFC Raymond Matthews
SFC James Monroe
SFC Patrick Richard
Sonata No. 1 for Four Trumpets Carl Heinrich Biber (1681-1749) Sonate a 5 Clarini in C Major Anonymous (Kremsier, 1670) Sinfonia con Trombe [Concerto No. 1] Giuseppe Aldrovandini (1671-1707) Kentucky Baroque Trumpets
Don Johnson, Michael Tunnell, Joseph Van Fleet, Wayne Collier,
Joelle Glaser, Jay Martin, and Brian Shaw
Sinfonia and Gavotte from Atalanta George Frideric Handel (1685-1749) Festival Natural Trumpet Ensemble
Elisa Koehler, Conductor

Brian Shaw
is Assistant Professor of Trumpet and Jazz Studies at Louisiana State University and is Co-Principal
Trumpet of the Dallas Wind Symphony under the direction of Maestro Jerry Junkin. Recognized internationally for
his versatility, he is one of the few trumpeters in the world today able to perform the most difficult literature on the
valveless Baroque trumpet, classical and 20th Century pieces on the modern trumpet, and just as convincingly
improvise a jazz solo or play lead trumpet in a big band.
As a Baroque trumpet player, Brian has just recorded a CD titled Virtuoso Concertos for Clarino [available through
bshawmusic.com, iTunes, and CD Baby] including works by Michael Haydn, F.X. Richter, and others on period
instruments. These works are of a difficulty such that they have been considered unplayable on a Baroque trumpet
until very recently. He has also performed on Baroque trumpet throughout North America with the Bach Vespers
Orchestra, the Clarion Society, and the Grand Tour Orchestra in New York, the Handel Choir of Baltimore, Houston
Ars Lyrica, the Bach Festival Players in Austin, TX, and the Eastman Collegium Musicum.
Interested in old and new music alike, Shaw has been the dedicatee of several works for the modern trumpet, most
notably including Joseph Turrin’s Two Images (2005). He can also be heard on the premiere recording of John
Corigliano’s Circus Maximus with the University of Texas Wind Ensemble, and on the Dallas Wind Symphony's
Grammy-Nominated CD "Garden of Dreams." As a jazz trumpeter, he is a new addition to the LSU concert series
"Hot Summer Nights and Cool Jazz" along with his colleagues pianist Willis Delony and bassist Bill Grimes,
playing to consistently standing-room-only audiences. He has also written two jazz books: a collection of
transcribed solos by Kenny Wheeler, published by Universal Edition, and a new method for young students, How to
Play Lead Trumpet in a Big Band
, published by Advance Music.
Brian Shaw has been successful in several international competitions, including first prizes in the 2001 International
Trumpet Guild Mock Orchestra Competition, the 2002 ITG Solo Competition, the 1998 National Trumpet
Competition Jazz Division, and was the silver medalist in the 2004 Ellsworth Smith Competition. He was a semi-
finalist in the 2000 Maurice André competition, in Paris, accompanied by pianist W. David Hobbs. He has
performed as a soloist with the Dallas Wind Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Eastman Conductor's Orchestra,
Belle Meade Baroque, the Miro Quartet, Alabama Symphony, Acadiana Symphony, LSU Wind Ensemble, LSU
Jazz Ensemble, and will be the soloist on the premiere of a new concerto called "Redshift" for trumpet (by LSU
faculty member Brett William Dietz) with the Eastman Wind Ensemble in May 2010.
Shaw holds degrees from Eastern Illinois University (B.Mus), the Eastman School (M.Mus) and the University of Texas at Austin (D.M.A.). While at ESM, he was Principal Trumpet of the Eastman Wind Ensemble during the group’s 2004 Far East Tour and the 2005 Carnegie Hall concert. As an arranger, he has recently written works for the Dallas Wind Symphony, and was honored to create a special setting of “The Eyes of Texas” for the University of Texas’ 2008 commencement ceremony in Austin. Brian lives in Baton Rouge with his wife, Paula, and their four-legged furry children: Sally, Toby, Lucky, and Chloe. When he is not playing, teaching, or writing, he enjoys cooking, oil painting, and amateur astronomy.
Bozena Jedrzejczak Brown
received her BA in Music Theory from the Frederic Chopin Conservatory of
Music in Warsaw, Poland, and her Master’s degree in Harpsichord from the Peabody Institute in
Baltimore. An active continuo player in the Baltimore-Washington area, she has performed with the
Richmond Symphony Orchestra, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony, the Washington Cornett and Sackbut
Ensemble and the Orchestra of the 17th Century. She was one of the founding members of the chamber
group Stylus Luxurians and appeared as harpsichordist with the Caeciliana Quartet and other ensembles.
Bozena teaches harpsichord and basso continuo at the Baltimore School for the Arts and is a piano faculty
member at the Garrison Forrest School.
The United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps is the only unit of its kind in the armed
forces. The unit was created in 1960 and is assigned to the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard),
at Fort Myer, VA. Their distinct uniforms are patterned after those worn by the musicians of General
George Washington’s Continental Army, recalling the days when brave patriots forged out freedom. The
Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps Baroque Trumpet Ensemble is a specialized performance unit within
The Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. The ensemble was originally formed in 1986 and then revived
again in 2004 as an outlet for professional development. In 2007 the Baroque Trumpet Ensemble
replaced its original cavalry trumpets with 3-hole Baroque trumpets expanding the ensemble’s
capabilities. For more inform
The Kentucky Baroque Trumpets were founded in 2005 by Don Johnson and in 2007 the ensemble
won the National Trumpet Competition in the Historic Ensemble Division. The group recreates the sound
of the Baroque era using reproductions of natural and baroque trumpets as well as authentic Ehe natural
trumpets. They strive to educate the audience about the history of the baroque era, the construction of the
trumpet, its playing characteristics, and more. For mo
Elisa Koehler is an Assistant Professor of Music at Goucher College as well as the Music Director and
Conductor of the Frederick Symphony Orchestra. She earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in
Orchestral Conducting from the Peabody Institute, a Master’s degree in Trumpet Performance from the
University of Tennessee (Knoxville), and Bachelor’s degrees in both Music Education and Performance
from Peabody. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications including the Conductors Guild
, The Heritage Band Encyclopedia, the International Trumpet Guild Journal, and the New Grove
Dictionary of American Music
. An active professional trumpeter, Dr. Koehler has performed with the
Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, and as the solo trumpeter for
Baltimore’s Bach Concert Series. She has also performed and recorded on period instruments with the
Bach Sinfonia, the Orchestra of the 17th Century, Opera Lafayette, the Handel Choir of Baltimore, and the
Washington Kantorei. In August she will be featured as the solo cornetist and conductor of Newberry’s
Victorian Cornet Band at the Vintage Band Festival in Northfield, Minnesota. Full coverage of her recent solo concert tour this past January in Germany (including reviews and concert video) is available on her The festival gratefully acknowledges support from Goucher College’s Laura Graham Cooper Lecture Fund.

A Note of Thanks …

Dave Baum (MEBF Founder)
Kendall Kennison (Goucher Music Department)
Mary Marchand (Goucher College Lectures and Fellowships Committee)
SSG Jay Martin and SSG Joelle Glaser (U.S. Army Old Guard Fife & Drum Corps)
Don Johnson (Kentucky Baroque Trumpets)
Kory Dodd and Ayumi Yasuda (Goucher Communications Office)
Kitty Gratz (Goucher College Music Department Program Assistant)
Marci Ermer, Anne Grabenstein, Phil Terbush and Ian Hutton (Goucher Public Events)
Amanda Le Sueur (Goucher Student Assistant Extraordinaire)
A Fond Farewell

This will be the last time I will be able to host the Maryland Early Brass Festival. Over the past five
years, it has been a distinct privilege to work with so many wonderful musicians and to share my love of
brass history with Goucher and the surrounding community. While my interest in this area of research
has increased, so have the number of professional obligations that must be prioritized. It’s hard to admit
that we can’t “do it all” – especially when we disappoint others in the process – but it’s much harder to
risk lowering standards that in turn provoke a more toxic brand of disappointment.
But this is only farewell, not goodbye. The festival will return in the future when it can receive the time
and resources it deserves, perhaps in a new format. In the meantime, I want to thank you for coming to
tonight’s concert, and I hope you will enjoy the unique character of historic brass instruments.
E. Koehler

Source: http://faculty.goucher.edu/ekoehler/earlybrass/assets_mebf/pdfs_mebf/MEBF%202010%20Program.pdf

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