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A Quiet Mind: The Key To Musical Performance, Rebecca Ann Percy 2019 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

A Quiet Mind: The Key To Musical Performance, Rebecca Ann Percy

Chancellor’s Honors Program Projects

No abstract provided.


Piano Studio Recital Of Dr. Chi Yong Yun, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Piano Studio Recital Of Dr. Chi Yong Yun, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2018-2019

Students of the Department of Music featuring works by Beethoven, Schumann, and Debussy.


Emanuel Bach: A Composer Ahead Of His Time, Tyler Dellaperute 2019 Cedarville University

Emanuel Bach: A Composer Ahead Of His Time, Tyler Dellaperute

Musical Offerings

Up until recently, many musicologists perceived music history through the lens of what is known as the “linear view.” This is the idea that one “musical period” seamlessly gave way to another, with brief transitionary periods to bridge the gaps. As a result, composers were expected to fall neatly into categories depending on their chronological placement. For this reason, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, the eldest son of J. S. Bach, was (and still is) regarded as merely the bridge between the late Baroque style and that of the Viennese Classicists. In the past half-century, however, scholars have begun to study ...


Lori Sims, Piano 04/14, College of Fine Arts 2019 Western Michigan University

Lori Sims, Piano 04/14, College Of Fine Arts

School of Music Faculty Recitals

Faculty Recital

Lori Sims, Piano

Sunday April 14, 2019

540th Concert


Marshall University Music Department Presents A Graduate Recital, John Seals, Saxophone, John Seals 2019 Marshall University

Marshall University Music Department Presents A Graduate Recital, John Seals, Saxophone, John Seals

2019 Performances

John Seals, Saxophone, in collaboration with:

Dr. Johan Botes, piano
Dr. Júlio Alves, guitar
Dr. Adam Dalton, conductor
The Emerald Saxophone Quartet


2018-2019 Philharmonia No. 6, Lynn University Philharmonia, Guillermo Figueroa, Rebecca Robinson 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Philharmonia No. 6, Lynn University Philharmonia, Guillermo Figueroa, Rebecca Robinson

Philharmonia

Concert Date & Time: April 13, 2019 at 7:30 PM & April 14, 2019 at 4:00 PM

Program

  • Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72b / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Cléopâtre: Scène lyrique / Hector Berlioz
  • Rebecca Robinson, mezzo-soprano
  • Concerto for Orchestra / Béla Bartók


Amadeus: Lehigh University Philharmonic Orchestra With The Bach Choir Of Bethlehem, Lehigh University Music Department 2019 Lehigh University

Amadeus: Lehigh University Philharmonic Orchestra With The Bach Choir Of Bethlehem, Lehigh University Music Department

Performance Programs

No abstract provided.


Underground Opera Troupe: Early Opera In The Twenty-First Century, Abigail Josephine Hughes 2019 Otterbein University

Underground Opera Troupe: Early Opera In The Twenty-First Century, Abigail Josephine Hughes

Honors Thesis Projects

Through this project I sought to examine early opera as well as opera in America today and educate the average person about the value and availability of the genre. In order to do so, I organized and directed a small traveling opera troupe to perform in a variety of locations throughout Columbus, Ohio. The troupe performed at three locations over the course of the fall semester in 2018. With each performance, I worked to educate as many people as possible about opera and its presence in society.

Opera in America is, and always has been, a thriving genre. Both traditional ...


The Clarinet From Antiquity To Today, Nathaniel Estes 2019 University of Lynchburg

The Clarinet From Antiquity To Today, Nathaniel Estes

Student Scholar Showcase

The clarinet, coming from simple cane instruments with a slit cut into the cane to create a reed, to the modern clarinet with scientific advancements in the instrument and reed making process, not only shows how the clarinet has evolved, but how technology itself has evolved over hundreds of years. With the intent of improving music pedagogy and performance, the purpose of this research is to investigate how the clarinet evolved to become the modern clarinet. The particular problems of this study were to (1) trace historical development of the clarinet, (2) identify mechanical and stylistic characteristics between the Basset ...


Freedom Village Concert, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Freedom Village Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2018-2019

An Evening with Friends

Students of the Department of Music featuring music by Telemann, Bach, Beethoven, and Paganini.


Departmental Assembly, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Departmental Assembly, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2018-2019

Students from the department of music featuring works by Mahler, Bach, Beethoven, and Bruch.


Trynchuk And Wild Studio Recital, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Trynchuk And Wild Studio Recital, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2018-2019

Students of Carla Trynchuk and Christopher Wild featuring works by Bruch, Bach, Vieuxtemps, Lalo, Williams, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Wieniawski, Prokofiev, and Ravel.


Music From The Twentieth Century, Lehigh University Music Department 2019 Lehigh University

Music From The Twentieth Century, Lehigh University Music Department

Performance Programs

No abstract provided.


Lehigh University Jazz Repertory Orchestra: The Jazz Trombone, Lehigh University Music Department 2019 Lehigh University

Lehigh University Jazz Repertory Orchestra: The Jazz Trombone, Lehigh University Music Department

Performance Programs

No abstract provided.


2018-2019 Philharmonia At The Loxahatchee Club - Loxahatchee Meets Broadway, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Philharmonia At The Loxahatchee Club - Loxahatchee Meets Broadway, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson

Philharmonia

No abstract provided.


Bel Canto: An Analysis From Birth And Background To Musical Benefaction, Kaitlin Kohler 2019 Cedarville University

Bel Canto: An Analysis From Birth And Background To Musical Benefaction, Kaitlin Kohler

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

Since the beginning of time, singing has been celebrated. Although opera itself was not properly established until the seventeenth century, drama and music have existed since the world’s genesis. It is difficult to imagine exactly what singing would have been like in ancient times, but the Bible and other ancient documents describe singing as an important factor in community—singing is meant to be beautiful and enjoyable. As the centuries pass on, a common thread of music history is the quest for beautiful singing. Composers each try to outdo their predecessors, coming up with new ways for vocalists to ...


Domenico Scarlatti: The Beginnings And Creation Of The Classical Piano Sonata, Megan R. Stuart 2019 Cedarville University

Domenico Scarlatti: The Beginnings And Creation Of The Classical Piano Sonata, Megan R. Stuart

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

The keyboard sonata is a musical work that many instrumentalists understand and have played at one point or another during their years of mastering their instruments. Many composers have tried their hand at writing a sonata and for some, their sonatas have been their crowning achievements. Some composers are more renowned for their sonatas compared to others, examples being Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Clementi, and Domenico Scarlatti. The sonata began to be developed during the Baroque era and even has its roots before this time, yet the largest development stage of the sonata is seen during the late Baroque era, especially ...


Voice Faculty Showcase 04/03, College of Fine Arts 2019 Western Michigan University

Voice Faculty Showcase 04/03, College Of Fine Arts

School of Music Faculty Recitals

Dalton Wed@7:30pm: Live and Interactive

April 3, 2019

Pre-Concert talk with Dr. Robert White at 7 p.m.

Voice Faculty Showcase

Karen Kness, Soprano

Rhea Olivacce, Soprano

Elizabeth Stoner, Soprano

Ken Prewitt, Tenor

Carl Ratner, Baritone

Gunta Laukmane, Piano


2018-2019 Philharmonia At Boca West - Americana!, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Philharmonia At Boca West - Americana!, Lynn University Philharmonia, Jon Robertson

Philharmonia

No abstract provided.


Vieni Fra Queste Braccia From "The Thieving Magpie", Wendell B. Dobbs Dr., Júlio Ribeiro Alves 2019 Marshall University

Vieni Fra Queste Braccia From "The Thieving Magpie", Wendell B. Dobbs Dr., Júlio Ribeiro Alves

Júlio Ribeiro Alves

Gioachino Rossini’s (1792-1868) meteoric rise in the early 19th-century international opera scene is well known. Over the course of 19 years (1810-29) he composed the music for 39 operas that were produced across Europe and as far away as New York City (1825). As Rossini’s melodies became the common currency of musical life, they were featured in all manner of alternative settings such as these arrangements by two important artists from Parisian society, flutist Jean-Louis Tulou (1786-1865) and guitarist Ferdinando Carulli (1770-1841). Both the flute and the guitar enjoyed great popularity among amateur bourgeoisie and serious ...


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