Live at the Fine and Performing Arts Center


That’s a Plenty, Canzona Bergamasca, Junk Man Rag, and La March from “Suite from the Montergian Hills” by Morley Calvert.
Amazing Grace and Were You There from “Four Hymn Tune Settings” by Paul Basler.
Ballet de Grenoville, La Bourree, and Three Bransles from “Dance Suite for Terpsichore” by Michael Praetorius as arranged by Allan Dean.

Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing That's a Plenty by Lew Pollack Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Canzona Bergamasca by Samuel Scheidt Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing La March from Suite from the Montergian Hills Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Junk Man Rag by Luckyth Roberts Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Were You There from Four Hymn Tune Settings by Paul Basler Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Amazing Grace from Four Hymn Tune Settings by Paul Basler Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Ballet de Grenoville from Dance Suite for Terpsichore Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing La Bourree from Dance Suite for Terpsichore Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet performing Three Bransles from Dance Suite for Terpsichore
That's a Plenty Canzona Bergamasca La March from Suite from the Montergian Hills Junk Man Rag Were You There from “Four Hymn Tune Settings” Amazing Grace from “Four Hymn Tune Settings” Ballet de Grenoville from “Dance Suite for Terpsichore” La Bourree, from “Dance Suite for Terpsichore” Three Bransles from “Dance Suite for Terpsichore”


Filmed in high definition on the campus of Western Carolina University,
“Live at the Fine and Performing Arts Center" is a collaboration between
Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet and the Center for Applied Technology at WCU.

Producer: Jon Henson, assistant director of athletic bands at WCU
Editor: Jon Henson
Audio Engineer: Marc Hallisey
Videographers: Aaron Kirkman, Zach Johnson, Aaron Smith