Episode 1.6 - "The Glass Ceiling"

This month we offer a timely episode of "One More Time" focusing on females in the band world. The episode explores Sousa's "women in white" (told by Carol Berthold, volunteer at the Sousa Archive and Center for American Music), offers interviews with Dr. Courtney Snyder, Dr. Andrea Brown, Prof. Paula Crider, and Dr. Emily Threinen. The Source Material segment features Alex Shaprio and "Paper Cut" and the Two-Minute Rehearsal Technique is given by Lt. Kelly Cartwright of the USN Pacific Fleet Band, who is a Illinois graduate.

Episode Notes

“Time’s Up” blog: https://windrep.blogspot.com/2018/02/times-up-escaping-sameness-of-wind-band.html 

League of American Orchestras website: http://www.americanorchestras.org/learning-leadership-development/diversity-resource-center/the-league-s-diversity-equity-and-inclusion-strategy.html 

“Peaches and Cream” – Sousa, performed by the USMB
“Thieving at 3” – Zia, soundcloud.com/ziaudio
“podcast mood” – Zia, soundcloud.com/ziaudio 

Episode 1.5 - "Band Love"

This Valentine's Day episode of "One More Time" focuses on the relationships developed through and influenced by bands. The episode explores Sousa falling in love (told by Scott Schwartz, Director of the Sousa Archive and Center for American Music), recounts the Drs. Peterson history together from Northwest to the University of Illinois, Dr. John Lynch of the Sydney Conservatorium discusses how sexual orientation has played into his career, and we look at a recent engagement of two Iowa band members. Jon Noworyta (Doctoral Candidate, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music) provides a two-minute rehearsal technique, and Frank Ticheli provides some information on "Blue Shades."

Episode 1.4.5 - "Everything Band" MiniBand

This MiniBand features a full episode of Mark Connor's "Everything Band" podcast. During the episode, he interviews middle school band director Tiffany Hitz. Mark was featured on our previous episode, and he recently released an episode featuring Sean Smith, Executive Producer of "One More Time" and Assistant Director of Athletic Bands at the University of Illinois.

"Everything Band" Episode 45 - Sean Smith


Episode 1.4 - "Adventures on a Barge, or How I Got Smuggled Into Cuba"

The American Wind Symphony Orchestra and their conductor Robert Boudreau are the focus of this month's episode. There are several guests throughout our episode within the segments, including Scott Schwartz (Director, Sousa Archives and Center for American Music), Chip DeStefano (Director, McCracken Middle School), Mark Connor (Everything Band podcast), and Dr. David Biedenbender (Assistant Professor of Composition, Michigan State University), and a rehearsal peek with Dr. Andrew Boysen, Jr. (Professor of Music, University of New Hampshire) leading the All-Illinois Junior Band.



Cyclotron page from David Biedenbender's website, which includes a full recording and perusal score.

Episode 1.3 - "Gameday!"

This episode takes the listener through a game day with the Marching Illini. We will be visited by several guests, including Scott Schwartz (Director, Sousa Archives and Center for American Music), H. Robert Reynolds (retired Director of Bands, University of Michigan), Dr. J. Ashley Jarrell (Director of Instrumental Music, University of North Georgia), and Dr. Eli Fieldsteel (Assistant Professor of Composition-Theory and Director of the Experimental Music Studio, University of Illinois).

New to this episode is a segment called "Source Material." Composers are invited to talk about one piece of music they have composed and give us their analysis of the work.

Episode 1.2 - "The Games We Play"

This episode focuses on the relationship between bands and athletic activities. We will be visited by several guests, including Scott Schwartz (Director, Sousa Archives and Center for American Music), Prof. Bernhard Scully (Professor of Horn, University of Illinois and Member of the Canadian Brass), Prof. Betsy McCann (Director of Athletic Bands, University of Minnesota), Prof. Barry Houser (Director of Athletic Bands, University of Illinois), Quinten Breach (Member, Marching Illini), and Josh Whitman (Director of Athletics, University of Illinois).


Companion Information

From "From the Archives" with Scott Schwartz

Three Strikes Two-Step by A.W. Bauer


Music Credits

"Spy Glass"

“Fig Leaf Times Two" (that's the song I took)

“National Game March” by the United States Marine Band

Episode 1.1.5 - "Miniband 1"

In between our monthly installments, we hope to release what we will call "Minibands." These will be full interviews and unused materials from our episodes, and on occasion new stuff. Minibands will be a little less polished than our regular episodes, so items will generally be introduced at the beginning and roll into each other from there.

Our first miniband contains the full interviews from our first episode, which were cut due to time. there is a ton of information in these interviews.


Episode 1.1 - "Firsts"

In this episode we explore several important firsts for the wind band, including the first band, the first marching band, and the first Marine Band concert. We are joined by special guests: Dr. Elizabeth Peterson (Associate Director of Bands, University of Illinois), Scott Schwartz (Director, Sousa Archive and Center for American Music), Larry Dwyer (Assistant Director of Bands, University of Notre Dame), Barry Houser (Associate Director of Bands and Director of Athletic Bands, University of Illinois), John Pasquale (Associate Director of Bands and Director of Athletic Bands, University of Michigan), Gary Smith (President, American Bandmasters Association), and Gunnery Sgt. Kira Wharton (Historian, "The President's Own" United States Marine Band).

Access via Apple Podcasts

Sources and Credits

Informational Sources

Music Sources

Canzon per sonar primi toni a 8, Ch. 170, James Howard Young

Funeral March of a Marionette, Eastern Wind Symphony

La Gracieuse – 2. Minuet I, Jennifer Paull  

Orient et Occident, Op 25, United States Marine Band

Sheridan’s Ride, United States Marine Band

“Oskee Wow-Wow” and “Pride of the Illini” provided by the Illinois Bands

“Podcast mood” composed by Ziarrah Fox

 “Victors” provided by Dr. John Paquale, Director of Michigan Marching and Athletic Bands