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"The Hounds Of Spring", Department Of Music Apr 2021

"The Hounds Of Spring", Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Wind Symphony presents their Spring concert entitled "The Hounds of Spring". Featuring undergraduate conductor Jason Marquez, and works by Reed, Holst, Shostakovich, and others.


Degree Recital: "The Solo Violin", Simon Luke Brown, Department Of Music Apr 2021

Degree Recital: "The Solo Violin", Simon Luke Brown, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Simon Luke Brown presents his Junior violin recital. Performing pieces for the solo violin, featuring works by Locatelli, Bach, Paganini, Ysaye, Tate, and Brown.


Poetry Meets Music, Department Of Music Apr 2021

Poetry Meets Music, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

The Voice Department presents their Spring 2021 recital: Poetry Meets Music. Featuring art song works by Debussy, Greig, Hahn, Schumann, and many more.


Sunday Music Series: Andrews University Composers, Department Of Music Apr 2021

Sunday Music Series: Andrews University Composers, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Andrews University Department of Music presents its annual Composition Recital, featuring works by our student composers. Composers featured include Ludwig Natchimie, Nicole Powers, Daley Lin, Andrew Pak, Lorian Guillaume, Daniel Soochkoff-Cerna, and Kaija Perry.


From Darkness Into Light, In Thee Is Gladness!, Department Of Music Apr 2021

From Darkness Into Light, In Thee Is Gladness!, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Andrews University Department of Music presents its Easter Choral concert, entitled "From Darkness to Light, In Thee is Gladness!". Ensembles include Andrews University Singers, Pioneer Men's Chorus, and Canta Bella. Conducted by Stephen Zork, featuring graduate conductor Kristii Rasmussen and undergraduate conductors Emily Jurek, Vivian Raimundo, and Beta Siriwattanakamol. Performing works by Stroope, Arnesen, Bach, Stopford, and others.


Degree Recital: Emily Jurek, Department Of Music Mar 2021

Degree Recital: Emily Jurek, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Emily Jurek, piano, presents her Junior degree recital. Featuring works by Chopin, Beethoven, and Schumann.


Degree Recital: "The Journey: Full Circle" Marcus Carter, Department Of Music Mar 2021

Degree Recital: "The Journey: Full Circle" Marcus Carter, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Marcus Carter presents his degree Tenor Voice recital entitled "The Journey: Full Circle". Accompanied by Htee Mu, piano, and joined by Beta Siriwattanakamol, mezzo-soprano, and Annelise Burghardt, soprano, for duets. Featuring works by Beethoven, Schubert, Copland, Rodgers, and others.


Playing For The "Father Of Lights" The Musical Philosophy Of Pedro Eustache, Betania Canas Mar 2021

Playing For The "Father Of Lights" The Musical Philosophy Of Pedro Eustache, Betania Canas

Honors Scholars & Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium Programs

Known for his multidimensional and interdisciplinary work with notable musicians such as Yanni and Hans Zimmer, Venezuelan-American flutist and instrumentalist Pedro Eustache has mastered an astounding number of woodwinds and musical styles during his lifetime, from jazz to classical to several genres of global music. What is less known about him, however, is that he is a devoted Christian whose faith deeply influences his artistry and work ethic. The current project seeks to be the first scholarly exploration of Eustache's philosophy of music through an examination of published interviews, essays, and videos found online and in the musical press.


Emergence Of Entrepreneurship In Transjordan During The Late Ottoman Empire, Lily D. Burke Mar 2021

Emergence Of Entrepreneurship In Transjordan During The Late Ottoman Empire, Lily D. Burke

Honors Scholars & Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium Programs

How did Ottoman policies influence the emergence of entrepreneurship among elites in Transjordan from circa 1850-1914? During the late Ottoman period, there was an economic transition from subsistence farming and herding to the development of large-scale, for-profit farms, privately owned by elites. The current study hypothesized Ottoman government policy prioritizing cash crop farming over subsistence farming and nomadic living created conditions that allowed elites in Jordan to develop entrepreneurship. To measure my dependent variable, entrepreneurship, I adapted Rostow’s Stages of Economic Development. To track my independent variable, Ottoman influence, I created a scale. From the thematic analysis of two ...


The Distribution Of Food Preparation Artifacts In Field D At Tall Jalul, Jordan, Rebecca A. Bates Mar 2021

The Distribution Of Food Preparation Artifacts In Field D At Tall Jalul, Jordan, Rebecca A. Bates

Honors Scholars & Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium Programs

The Andrews University Institute of Archaeology Madaba Plains Project houses many of the artifacts that were found, recorded, sketched, photographed, and brought to the Siegfried H. Horn Museum for further research. These artifacts are then used to help archaeologists understand the history of the Madaba Plains, Jordan, and its significance to the Bible. Food preparation artifacts like grinders, pounders, mortar and pestles, and stone bowls, are some of the most frequently excavated artifacts at Tall Jalul. This poster examines the relationship between domestic living spaces and food preparation artifacts suggesting that the concentration and distribution of these artifacts can give ...


Departmental Assembly 3/16/21, Department Of Music Mar 2021

Departmental Assembly 3/16/21, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Andrews University Department of Music presents a Departmental Assembly, featuring student performances of piano and voice. Featuring works by Beethoven, Chopin, and Prokofiev on piano, as well as works by Poulenc, Sondheim, and Menotti for voice.


Young Artist Celebration: Part Ii, Department Of Music Mar 2021

Young Artist Celebration: Part Ii, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Andrews University Symphony Orchestra presents Young Artist Celebration: Part II. Featuring a performance of the Allegro movement from Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Major with soloist Nathanial Cogen, piano. Also featuring works by Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky.


Graduate Recital: Fabio Siniscarchio, Department Of Music Mar 2021

Graduate Recital: Fabio Siniscarchio, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Fabio Siniscarchio, tenor, presents his Graduate Voice Recital. Accompanied by Gabrielle Smith, piano, and featuring works by Schubert, Faure, Nepumoceno, and others.


Stage & Screen: Wind Symphony Winter Concert, Department Of Music Feb 2021

Stage & Screen: Wind Symphony Winter Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

The Andrews University Wind Symphony presents their winter concert entitled "Stage & Screen". Featuring works by Gershwin, Webber, Williams, and others, from Oh, Kay!, The Phantom of the Opera, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and more.


Young Artist Celebration: Part 1, Department Of Music Feb 2021

Young Artist Celebration: Part 1, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

The Department of Music presents the 2021 Young Artist Concert, this year in a two-part concert series. This first concert features student soloists Emily Jurek, piano, Jeremy Myung, violin, and Simon Luke Brown, violin. Featuring works by Chopin, Tchaikovsky, and Brown. In addition, the world premiere of DOM faculty member Dr. Max Keller's orchestral work The Genesis.


An Exploratory Analysis Of Conflict In African Immigrant And African American Marriages, Cornelius Ayodeji Osuntade Jan 2021

An Exploratory Analysis Of Conflict In African Immigrant And African American Marriages, Cornelius Ayodeji Osuntade

Dissertations

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There has been a high level of marital conflict in immigrant families from patriarchal cultures. There are negative attitudes toward women that contribute to couple conflict. Coupled with this are issues relating to immigration challenges that confront marriage stability among immigrant couples in North America. In the same vein, African American couples experience conflicts that militate against the stability of their marriages. Most of these marital upheavals stem from historical antecedents relating to this ethnic group, as well as the societal dialectics confronting them. By and large, regarding couple conflict, a better understanding of the challenges facing African immigrant ...


Chamber Studio Fall Recital, Department Of Music Nov 2020

Chamber Studio Fall Recital, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

String students present the Chamber music recital. Performing works by Beethoven, Leclair, Dvorak, and Sarasate.


Degree Recital: "Affect-Ions" Betania Canas, Department Of Music Nov 2020

Degree Recital: "Affect-Ions" Betania Canas, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Betania Canas, flute, presents her Junior Degree Recital "Affect-ions". Featuring Jason Marquez, clarinet, Maria Boucher, piano, and Gabriel Palacios, piano. Performing works by Saint-Saens, Jolivet, Clark, and Liebermann.


Wind Symphony Christmas Concert: Christmas In November, Department Of Music Nov 2020

Wind Symphony Christmas Concert: Christmas In November, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2020-2021

Wind Symphony presents their Christmas concert: Christmas in November. Performing works by Giroux, Bach, Holst, and others.


Degree Recital: Jeremy Ahn, Department Of Music Nov 2020

Degree Recital: Jeremy Ahn, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Jeremy Ahn, piano, presents his Senior Degree recital. Performing works by Bach, Mussorgsky, and Kapustin.


Graduate Degree Recital: "The Road Home" Winner Silvestre, Department Of Music Oct 2020

Graduate Degree Recital: "The Road Home" Winner Silvestre, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2020-2021

Winner Silvestre presents his graduate Conducting recital, featuring University Singers, Pioneer Men's Chorus, and Canta Bella. Performing works by Esenvalds, Forrest, Martin, and others.


使徒行传与大公书信导论 笔记与习题 (An Introduction To Acts And The General Epistles: Notes And Exercises), Cedric E. W. Vine, Fai Leong Oct 2020

使徒行传与大公书信导论 笔记与习题 (An Introduction To Acts And The General Epistles: Notes And Exercises), Cedric E. W. Vine, Fai Leong

All Books

Chinese Translation of:An Introduction to Acts and the General Epistles. Translated by Fai Leong.

This is a workbook for the graduate course Acts and General Epistles


Lift Up A Banner Against Babylon! Daniel And The Second Angel's Message, Felix H. Cortez Oct 2020

Lift Up A Banner Against Babylon! Daniel And The Second Angel's Message, Felix H. Cortez

Faculty Publications

Devotional presented to the Annual Council, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Silver Springs, MD. Bible reading: Jeremiah 50:1-5


Adventist Identity In A Time Of Crisis, Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary Oct 2020

Adventist Identity In A Time Of Crisis, Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary

Current: Faith Meets Life and Culture

No abstract provided.


George James: Pioneer Seventh-Day Adventist Missionary To Malawi, 1893–1894, Yonah Hisbon Matemba Oct 2020

George James: Pioneer Seventh-Day Adventist Missionary To Malawi, 1893–1894, Yonah Hisbon Matemba

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Returnee Immigrants And The Founding Of The Seventh-Day Adventism In Europe, Chigemezi Nnadozie Wogu Oct 2020

Returnee Immigrants And The Founding Of The Seventh-Day Adventism In Europe, Chigemezi Nnadozie Wogu

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Humanism And Christianity: Shared Values?, Warren Shipton, Youssry Guirguis, Nola Tudu Oct 2020

Humanism And Christianity: Shared Values?, Warren Shipton, Youssry Guirguis, Nola Tudu

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Evangelism And Social Action: The Legacy Of Ana And Ferdinand Stahl, Michelet William Oct 2020

Evangelism And Social Action: The Legacy Of Ana And Ferdinand Stahl, Michelet William

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Theological And Missiological Lessons From Telugu Marriage Engagement And Betrothal Ceremonies, Andrew Tompkins Oct 2020

Theological And Missiological Lessons From Telugu Marriage Engagement And Betrothal Ceremonies, Andrew Tompkins

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.


Towards The Effectiveness Of The Missionary Activity Of The Seventh-Day Adventist Church In Moscow: A Comparative Study Of Church And Society, Pavel Zubkov Oct 2020

Towards The Effectiveness Of The Missionary Activity Of The Seventh-Day Adventist Church In Moscow: A Comparative Study Of Church And Society, Pavel Zubkov

Journal of Adventist Mission Studies

No abstract provided.