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The Lakeland College Music Department will hold its annual Fall Music Concert on Sunday, Nov. 4, at 3 p.m. in the Bradley Fine Arts Building.
The Lakeland College Concert Band, Concert Choir, Frauenchor and Schilcutt Handbells will all perform. The concert will open with the singing of the Lakeland College Alma Mater, conducted by 1988 graduate Lisa Landwehr, a music teacher in the Sheboygan Area School District.
The concert is free and open to the public.
The Frauenchor's portion of the program will feature music from several countries and cultures, ending with an American spiritual. The Concert Choir will perform traditional sacred music from the 16th, 19th and 20th centuries. Songs from the musical "Pippin" will be heard from both choirs. Three student soloists will be featured.
The band will be performing two new works by award-winning composer and teacher Zamuel Hazo. The band will also perform the Second Suite in F for Military Band of Gustav Holst, a standard piece for band is based on old English folk songs. The band will also perform "The Symphony of Soul" by Robert W. Smith, a modern composition composed to commemorate the Battle of Bad Axe, the last historic Indian-American battle fought east of the Mississippi River. The band will close its portion of the concert with an arrangement of music from the motion picture "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End."
After the concert, Lakeland's Schilcutt Handbell Ensemble will perform in the lobby.