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Premieres and Commissions

Ellis B. Hall, Romance (Love’s Dream) (1931); Premiere by Ellis B. Hall and the Philharmonic Orchestra, December 1931.

Houston Bright, Symphony in E minor (1959); World Premiere by A. Clyde Roller and the Amarillo Symphony in March 1959.

James Niblock, Pastoral Overture (1948); Premiere by Robert Barron and the Amarillo Symphony, May 1948.

Gian Carlo Menotti, Amahl and the Night Visitors (1959); World premiere by A. Clyde Roller, Members of the cast of NBC-TV, and the Amarillo Symphony.

Richard Ellsasser, Concerto for Organ and Orchestra (1961); World premiere by A. Clyde Roller and the Amarillo Symphony, November 1961.

Richard Ellsasser, Lament of the Lonely Lake (1961); Written for the Amarillo Symphony; world premiere by A. Clyde Roller and the Amarillo Symphony, November 1961.

Don Gillis, Amarillo: A Symphonic Celebration (1962); written for the Amarillo Symphony; world premiere by A. Clyde Roller and the Amarillo Symphony, October 1962.

Floyd Werle, Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra, Mvt.1 (1965); Premiere by Thomas Hohstadt and the Amarillo Symphony, October 1965.

Evan Tonsing, Suite No. 1- Four Tonal Pieces for Full Orchestra (1968), Premiere by Thomas Hohstadt and the Amarillo Symphony, January, 1968.

Samuel Jones, Symphony No. 3 “Palo Duro Canyon” (1992); commissioned by the Amarillo Symphony; Premiere James Setapen and the Amarillo Symphony, May 1992.

Samuel Jones, Roundings: Musings and Meditations on Texas New Deal Murals (2000); Premiere by James Setapen and the Amarillo Symphony, April 2000.

Chris Rogerson, Fanfare for Brass (2019); Commissioned by the Amarillo Symphony; Premiered by Jacomo Bairos and the Amarillo Symphony, September 2019.

Chris Rogerson, It Became Dark (2018); performed by Jacomo Bairos and the Amarillo Symphony, November 2019.

Chris Rogerson, Dolos Sielut (Ancient Souls) (2017); Commissioned by the Amarillo Symphony; Premiered by Jacomo Bairos and the Amarillo Symphony, March 2017.

Chris Rogerson, Shadows Lengthen (2015); Written for the Amarillo Symphony and the Manhattan Chamber Players.

Chris Rogerson, The Way Through (2014); Commissioned by the Amarillo Symphony; Premiered by Jacomo Bairos and the Amarillo Symphony in September 2014.

Chris Rogerson, Four Autumn Landscapes, for clarinet and orchestra (2016); Commissioned by the Amarillo Symphony; Premiered by Anthony McGill and the Amarillo Symphony in October 2016.

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