1 edition of CORNELL UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE / FEBRUARY 4, 2005, 1ST HALF found in the catalog.
CORNELL UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE / FEBRUARY 4, 2005, 1ST HALF
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The disc title promises sonority, sonority, sonority. The sound is just as real as it can be. Jerry Junkin and the University of Texas Wind Ensemble are first rate throughout. Their alert, lively performances have the electricity of a Texas line storm, but also are notable for their precise tuning and excellent ensemble. The Williams College Department of Music presents “Singing Winds” with the Williams College Wind Ensemble in concert on Friday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. in Chapin Hall. This free event is open to the public. With “Singing Winds” the Williams College Wind Ensemble finds inspiration in the human voice. Combining wind instruments with voice might challenge our usual notion of the modern wind.
For example, 1 unexcused absence would lower an "A" to a "B". 4 unexcused absences will result in an "R". An unsatisfactory grade (D or lower for undergraduate students, C or lower for graduate and Performance Residency Program students) may result in loss of good standing in the School of Music or being dropped from the School of Music. The first work is the Smetana Fanfare that was commissioned by Ithaca College and inspired by one of Smetana's manic symphonic poems, Wallenstein's Camp. It is a rousing, glorious fanfare that gives first evidence that the Ithaca Wind Ensemble is a superbly talented group of young musicians.
the Hodgson Wind Ensemble in ), Fu-neral Music for Queen Mary, and Fanfares and Arias. He won the Pulitzer Prize for his Second Concerto for Orchestra in Threnos, meaning “lamentation,” was com-missioned by Marice Stith and the Cornell University Wind Ensemble in memory of Brian Israel, an American composer, who. See also: Box 26 of Cornell University Media Services Photo Section records, #, for photos of the Glee Club Asia tour in January Job # , 16 .
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More Catalogs. 1 / Spring/Summer Catalog of books published between March and August by. The CU Wind Symphony and associated student organization CU Winds unite student musicians dedicated to the study and performance of emerging and traditional wind repertoire.
We explore music making as a vehicle for cross-cultural exchange and collaboration, and in doing so support Cornell's core values of public engagement and global awareness. A good ear and sense of rhythm are helpful.
For more information, please contact Christopher Miller or attend the first rehearsal. Director: Christopher J. Miller Meets: Wednesday - pm in Bailey Hall.
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CORNELL UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE / FEBRUARY 4 () Elegy () Danzante () I. Colores II. Recuerdos C) Martin Hodel, trumpet Intermission Prayer of St. Gregory, from Etchmiadzen () Satiric Dances () I.
Allegro Pesante II. Adagio mesto o spumante. Cornell University Wind Symphony - CU Winds. likes. The CU Wind Symphony unites student musicians dedicated to the study and performance of emerging and traditional wind Followers: The Ithaca College Wind Ensemble, conducted by CORNELL UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE / FEBRUARY 4 performance professor Stephen Peterson, performed John Corigliano’s “Circus Maximus” at Cornell University’s Bailey Hall in February.
The piece — which employs a marching band, two sirens, and a shotgun, among more traditional instruments — is designed to create an overwhelming. As part of the mission of The Donald Hunsberger Wind Library, the hardcover edition (University of Rochester Press) of The Wind Ensemble and Its Repertoire has now been published in a paperback edition.
This compendium of research includes "must have" information on the history and execution of the wind ensemble repertoire. The Cornell Chamber Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, both directed by Dr.
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Described by the New York Times as “one of America’s most esteemed concert bands,” the University of Kansas Wind Ensemble is the premier wind band at the University of Kansas and is conducted by Paul W. Popiel, director of bands. Their Carnegie Hall debut in was described by Feast of Music as “showing amazing chops in their transitions and an impressive range of dynamics” and by.
Stucky was the Given Foundation Professor of Composition at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. [ citation needed ] There he founded Ensemble X and led it for nine seasons, from untilwhile at the same time he also was the guiding force behind the celebrated Green Umbrella series in.
Cornell University Wind Symphony; James Spinazzola, conductor. Features standard and emerging works for wind band, including Charles Ives's Variations on America, David Borden's Variations on America by Charles Ives as Heard on the Jingle Jangle Morning in Emerson Playground by You and the Signers of the United States Constitution (and who knows, maybe the FBI), Frank.
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The CU Wind Symphony unites student musicians dedicated to the study and performance of emerging and traditional wind. Cornell University Wind Symphony, led by conductor James Spinazzola.
Features Karel Husa’s Music for Pragueas well as his Concertino for Piano and Wind Ensemble (2nd mvt) with Andrew Zhou, Copland’s An Outdoor Overture, and two premieres: Fanfare for Karel by Dana Wilson and Christopher Rouse’s Berceuse Infinie in memory of Steven Stucky.
[email protected] Welcome. Course Description and Rationale. The goal of this music performance course is to provide the opportunity for you as a woodwind, brass, or percussion performer to rehearse and perform standard and emerging literature in large and chamber ensemble settings.
In this course we will focus on self and. The 1st work based on the song What, young beauty, by Glinka. Program notes by C. Rouse ( p.) inserted in container. Performer(s): Robert Weiner, oboe (in the 1st work); Cornell University Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded Mar. 24,in Alice Statler Auditorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Description.
Robert Paterson (born Ap ) is an American composer of contemporary classical music, as well as a conductor and catalog includes over compositions.
He has been called a "modern day master" and is primarily known for his colorful orchestral works, large body of chamber music and clear vocal writing in his operas, choral works, vocal chamber works and song cycles.
The Hangovers are a men's collegiate a cappella ensemble based at Cornell d inthey are the oldest active a cappella group on campus and are the official a cappella subset of the Cornell University Glee Club, itself the oldest student organization of any kind at Cornell University.
The Hangovers' repertoire consists mainly of popular songs arranged for the ensemble by. Marice Stith, trumpet (in the 1st work); Cornell Sage Chapel Choir (in the 3d); Cornell University Wind Ensemble; Fred Geissler (in the 1st work), Marice Stith (in the remainder), conductors.
Event notes: Recorded Mar. 24,in Alice Statler Auditorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Description: 1 audio disc 33 1/3 rpm, stereo 12 in.
Cornell Wind Symphony, James Spinazzola, conductor; Juliana Pepinsky performs Frank Ticheli’s Silver Lining Flute Concerto, plus Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol, and a new work by Barry Sharp featuring pianist Ryan McCullough.
The Ithaca High School Wind Ensemble also performs., powered by the Localist Community Event Platform."Big Red Band Notes," newsletters; "Through the years with the Cornell University Big Red Marching Band," ; clippings; t-shirts,; and alumni visor hat.
Also, movie films of band shows from the late s through the late s, and Big Red Marching Band CDs, 16mm motion picture films are in color and black. Cornell University Wind Symphony; James Spinazzola, conductor, and the Ithaca High School Wind Ensemble; Nicki Zawel, conductor.
Features guest composer David Maslanka’s Eighth Symphony and works by Maslanka, John Mackey, and Kathryn Salfelder. Funded in part by a grant from the Cornell Council for the Arts.