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The Fanfare and Theme was originally written in the summer of 2001 by request of my sponsor, patron of the arts and dear friend David Zambrano. The work was premiered in its original orchestral version in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 15th, 2002 by The New Millennium Philharmonic Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Stanley DeRusha. This Concert Band version is a transcription of the original written by request of Maestro DeRusha. This rendition was premiered on January 30th , 2003 by Colonel Hamilton?s U.S. Army Field Band, again under the direction of Maestro DeRusha. Thus, I will like to dedicate this version of the Fanfare to both Mr. Zambrano, who commissioned me to write the original version, and to my dear friend, Maestro Stanley DeRusha, who believed in me and trusted I could make of Fanfare and Theme my first work for Concert Band.
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