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Complete Saint-Saens Symphony No. 3 in C-minor by Wheaton College Orchestra
The whole symphony, not just the last movement I posted before:



10-01-2018 11:29 AM
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These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.
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(10-02-2018 10:19 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.

Wheaton is a wonderful school Visited with my oldest daughter several years ago. Like it, was accepted, but she decided to go elsewhere.

We have several friends with kids at Wheaton. All are doing well. Faculty & staff really invest in their students, like an honors college.
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(10-03-2018 08:25 AM)GullLake Wrote:  
(10-02-2018 10:19 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.

Wheaton is a wonderful school Visited with my oldest daughter several years ago. Like it, was accepted, but she decided to go elsewhere.

We have several friends with kids at Wheaton. All are doing well. Faculty & staff really invest in their students, like an honors college.

I am really impressed by their dedication to the arts. This Symphony Orchestra for a small, Div 3 college is tremendous.

I love athletics or I wouldn't post here, but there is far more to the college experience than just sports. Remember our All Pro Linebacker John Offerdahl? What folks don't remember about him was he was-at the same time he played football for WMU-a tremendous saxaphone player. A real Renaissance man!
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RE: Complete Saint-Saens Symphony No. 3 in C-minor by Wheaton College Orchestra
(10-03-2018 09:24 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 08:25 AM)GullLake Wrote:  
(10-02-2018 10:19 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.

Wheaton is a wonderful school Visited with my oldest daughter several years ago. Like it, was accepted, but she decided to go elsewhere.

We have several friends with kids at Wheaton. All are doing well. Faculty & staff really invest in their students, like an honors college.

I am really impressed by their dedication to the arts. This Symphony Orchestra for a small, Div 3 college is tremendous.

I love athletics or I wouldn't post here, but there is far more to the college experience than just sports. Remember our All Pro Linebacker John Offerdahl? What folks don't remember about him was he was-at the same time he played football for WMU-a tremendous saxaphone player. A real Renaissance man!

John Brisker played tuba in Toledo's marching band. My oldest graduated with a performing arts degree not that long ago. Trained in classical voice. Now in management with a very large hi-tech company. Of course had to attend all of her performances. As a student, besides athletic events, I went to a lot of theater production, musical offerings,campus movies, and guest lectures- mostly for free. Rarely had to scrape up more than a couple dollars to go out. It was great for
dates. What a wonderful thing a college experience can be!
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RE: Complete Saint-Saens Symphony No. 3 in C-minor by Wheaton College Orchestra
(10-03-2018 09:48 AM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 09:24 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 08:25 AM)GullLake Wrote:  
(10-02-2018 10:19 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.

Wheaton is a wonderful school Visited with my oldest daughter several years ago. Like it, was accepted, but she decided to go elsewhere.

We have several friends with kids at Wheaton. All are doing well. Faculty & staff really invest in their students, like an honors college.

I am really impressed by their dedication to the arts. This Symphony Orchestra for a small, Div 3 college is tremendous.

I love athletics or I wouldn't post here, but there is far more to the college experience than just sports. Remember our All Pro Linebacker John Offerdahl? What folks don't remember about him was he was-at the same time he played football for WMU-a tremendous saxaphone player. A real Renaissance man!

John Brisker played tuba in Toledo's marching band. My oldest graduated with a performing arts degree not that long ago. Trained in classical voice. Now in management with a very large hi-tech company. Of course had to attend all of her performances. As a student, besides athletic events, I went to a lot of theater production, musical offerings,campus movies, and guest lectures- mostly for free. Rarely had to scrape up more than a couple dollars to go out. It was great for
dates. What a wonderful thing a college experience can be!

Well said, Boca. I wish I had made more of my college experience at the time, but better late than never!
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RE: Complete Saint-Saens Symphony No. 3 in C-minor by Wheaton College Orchestra
(10-03-2018 10:26 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 09:48 AM)Boca Rocket Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 09:24 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  
(10-03-2018 08:25 AM)GullLake Wrote:  
(10-02-2018 10:19 AM)BroncoPhilly Wrote:  These kids are really awesome. I love how the Basoon player starts nodding his head to the meter of the movement. Wheaton College really has a great music program.

Wheaton is a wonderful school Visited with my oldest daughter several years ago. Like it, was accepted, but she decided to go elsewhere.

We have several friends with kids at Wheaton. All are doing well. Faculty & staff really invest in their students, like an honors college.

I am really impressed by their dedication to the arts. This Symphony Orchestra for a small, Div 3 college is tremendous.

I love athletics or I wouldn't post here, but there is far more to the college experience than just sports. Remember our All Pro Linebacker John Offerdahl? What folks don't remember about him was he was-at the same time he played football for WMU-a tremendous saxaphone player. A real Renaissance man!

John Brisker played tuba in Toledo's marching band. My oldest graduated with a performing arts degree not that long ago. Trained in classical voice. Now in management with a very large hi-tech company. Of course had to attend all of her performances. As a student, besides athletic events, I went to a lot of theater production, musical offerings,campus movies, and guest lectures- mostly for free. Rarely had to scrape up more than a couple dollars to go out. It was great for
dates. What a wonderful thing a college experience can be!

Well said, Boca. I wish I had made more of my college experience at the time, but better late than never!

I worked full time during Summers and PT during school. Spend most of my time in the library 7am- 12am(2nd Floor/Door to the left) and would take breaks to go to stuff. Except for a few hours of sleep at my place, I lived on campus.
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