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81. CARMELL JONES - Discography 3
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l l click image to enlarge 32. JAZZ / click image to enlarge l EMERALD Re-Entry / Horace Silver issues: March 20,1995 VILLAGE (ZYX Distribution) ; 1996 CD 32. JAZZ RECORDS 32005 ; 1996 CD RAM ; re-issue of The Natives Are Restless Tonight EMERALD EMR-1003 l HORACE SILVER (p); CARMELL JONES (#1,3,4), WOODY SHAW (#2,5) (tp); JOE HENDERSON (ts); TEDDY SMITH (#1,3,4), LARRY RIDLEY (#2,5) (b); ROGER HUMPHRIES (dr) l 1. Song For My Father 2. The African Queen 3. The Natives Are Restless Tonight 4. Que Pasa 5. The African Queen [alternate take] l All songs written by Horace Silver Reviews These live 1965-66 performances by Horace Silver quintets - including Carmell Jones and Woody Shaw on trumpets, Joe Henderson on tenor, Teddy Smith and Larry Ridley on bass and Roger Humphries on drums - were issued on Silver's Silveto label but remain virtually unknown to Jazz fans. Silver turns in typically energetic solo work, but Henderson's atypical playing deserves the most attention. He experiments with varied tone colors and vocal effects, using multiphonics, screams and honks. He did not continue to emphasize these effects later in his career, but they enrich his playing. Also impressive, Shaw's work is influenced by Freddie Hubbard's but already has a distinctive quality. Shaw's unusual choice of intervals gives his lines a unique contour, and he performs with about as much power as he's ever displayed on record.

82. Department Of Music - Faculty
Violin studies with Louise Behrend, Joseph Fuchs, Roman Totenberg, Max Rostal . miriam JENKINS General Education; Lecturer
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Theory; Visiting Assistant Professor Music Theory Online, Computing in Musicology, Proceedings of 7 th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition . Reviewer for Music Perception and Computer Music Journal. back to top E. WAYNE ABERCROMBIE
Director of Choral Music, Conductor; Professor
B.M., M.M., Westminster Choir College; D.M., Indiana University. Extensive guest appearances as conductor with choirs and orchestras at festivals and schools throughout the midwest and east. Former Choral Director, Johnstown, Elkhart, and Springfield Symphony Orchestras. Awards: Theodore Presser Foundation Award, Indiana University Foundation Fellowship, Pi Kappa Lambda. Director, University Chamber Choir, Chorale. Former faculty, West Georgia College, Indiana University at South Bend. President, Massachusetts ACDA. (Appointed 1974) back to top BRENT AUERBACH
Theory; Visiting Assistant Professor

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84. Classic Film Guide
kramer (1979) Al Pacino and Kate Jackson (from TV s Charlie s Angels! From the stinging violin music to the murder itself, this much copied

85. Jagwires.html
Ellen kramer. Program Coordinator. BEACON Night School. 952681-5058 Kate Bissonnette provided live violin music and Megan Barnett amazed us with her
Jagwires Thomas Jefferson High School 4001 West 102nd Street Bloomington, MN 5543 7 952-806-7600 February, 2004 Greeting to the Jefferson Community, What an exciting and busy time! This third edition of the 2003-2004 Jagwire s comes at a time when many of our winter sports and fine art/student activities are coming to a close. Parents of seniors are busy making plans for graduation this spring, and most of us are looking forward to the end of another Minnesota winter and contemplating plans for the upcoming spring season. The staff and students are having a great year, and I have several informational items to share with you. The School Board has approved the 2004-2005 school calendar, and I am including it in this publication. It can also be found on the Bloomington website, This should help in your long range planning, as many families plan vacations a year out. Please note that the last day of school is June 9, 2005 and that school policy does not allow students to take finals early. This June, we have modified the end of the year for seniors. Tuesday, June 8, 2004 will be the last day for our graduating seniors to attend school. Each senior will continue to have a final assessment in every class, which will be completed by June 8. Classes (and finals) will still be held Wednesday, June 9, 2004 for all 9th-11th graders. The seniors will have a graduation practice at 2:30 p.m. on June 9, where attendance is mandatory if they are participating in the graduation program. Graduation will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, 2004 at the Target Center in Minneapolis. The seniors last day is one day earlier than originally planned, and will give our counselors and faculty time to communicate with families and students that are close to satisfying the graduation requirements, an emotional time for someone in that situation.

86. UBC Archives - Jean Coulthard - Inventory
of letter from Sister Caroline Bering to Stephanie kramer 1983 (3) Waterloo Music duo for violin and soprano? Sketch for Music of Our Time Other
Jean Coulthard - Inventory
Jean Coulthard sous-fonds Continuation of the Correspondence Series Inventory Continuation of the Financial and Legal Series Inventory Biographical Series 4-20 Biography - Personal Papers - Notice of Appointment to UBC 1950 (1) - Birth Registration 1952, 1953, 1971 (1) - Salary Record 1974 (1) Biography - Scholarships, Awards, Commissions (2) Biography - Autobiography (1) 4-21 Biography - Curriculum Vitae (7) 4-22 Biography - Curriculum Vitae (12) 4-23 Biography - Compositions (2) 4-24 Biography - Bibliography of Compositions (9) 4-25 Biography - Talks and Notes note: many untitled and undated - roughly chronological (9) 4-26 Biography - Talks and Notes note: many untitled and undated - roughly chronological (6) BOX 5 5-1 Biography - Talks and Notes note: many untitled and undated - roughly chronological (8) Continuation of the Biographical Series Inventory Programmes Series 5-2 1943-1947 (18) 5-3 1948-9 (20) 5-4 1950-53 (18) 5-5 1954-5 (9) 5-6 1956-7 (10) 5-7 1958 (11) 5-8 1959 (8) 5-9 1960-4 (15) 5-10 1965-7 (14) 5-11 1968 (12) 5-12 1969 (14) 5-13 1970 (15) 5-14 1971-2 (26) 5-15 1973 (24) BOX 6 6-1 1974 (15) 6-2 1974 (13) 6-3 1975 (20) Continuation of the Programmes Series Inventory Publications Series 6-4 Playboard v.8 (10) March 1974 Canadiana Jan. 1955 Composers Guild of Great Britain. Bulletin no. 11 Nov. 1953 B.C. Arts Resources Conference. Report 1958 Anhalt, Istvan. Aims and Procedures of Theory Teaching in the Undergraduate Curriculum. U.B.B. 1965 Charpentier, Gabriel. Musique Canadienne … la Television. 1963 6-5 Monographs about the work of Jean Coulthard Adams Duke, David. The Music of Jean Coulthard. 1972) Rowley, Vivienne W. The Solo Music of the Canadian Composer Jean Coulthard. 1973 6-6 Publicity Pamphlets (11) 6-7 Miscellaneous 1) excerpt from Morning Visit. Ellen Harris radio interviewer, 1951 2) joke (anonymous) 3) British Museum admission papers 1949 4) Piano lesson bills 1947) 5) Guide to Thaxted church 6) drawing of George Zukerman by Arthur Goodfriend 7) sheet music 8) UBC nameplate 9) Queen's Hotel, Cheltenham-pamphlet 10) note from Buckingham Palace

87. Program Notes
Sole Injection for amplified violin and computergenerated tape (1996) Allen kramer. The Rudhyar/Crawford Connection of Linear Prolongation and
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Argersinger Miniatures for Brass Quartet
The Miniatures for Brass Quartet , 4th Movement, was the 1st Place winner of the United Nations Prize, 1995, for a fanfare for the 50th Anniversary of the U.N., a competition administered by the Bay Composers' Forum. The work is available on the CD, Gradus ad Parnassum on Discovery Records, and on the CD, Concerto for Piano and other chamber works, on Arizona University Recordings. Larry
Austin Euphonia 2344
Euphonia 2344 draws its story from episodes described by Berlioz in "The Twenty-fifth Evening" of this fanciful set of satires on mid-19th century musical life and times, Evenings with the Orchestra . In Euphonia 2344 Anthony
Barrese Possente Spirito
Possente Spirito " was written for an Italian Opera class that I attended in Milan. I thought it fit to end where we began, with the legend of Orpheus. The text is by A. Striggio from the opera Orfeo by Monteverdi. The part of Orfeo is intended to sound like a castrato. The two voice parts (either females or male falsettists) were conceived as vocal fractions with an instrumental quality to them. The oboe acts as a connecting unit betwen the purely instrumental sonorities of the guitar and the purely vocal sonorities of Orfeo, and the guitar is representitive of Orfeo's lyre, which he uses to influence Pluto. The piece is dedicated with much admiration to my composition professor in Milan, Dr. Roberto Andreoni. Jason

88. Internet Cello Society Newsletter, Tutti Celli
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Since his 1984 debut with the Israel Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta, Haimovitz has performed with such conductors as James Levine, Daniel Barenboim, Semyon Bychkov, Myung-Whun Chung, Charles Dutoit, Sir Neville Marriner, Seiji Ozawa, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Leonard Slatkin, Michael Tilson Thomas, and David Zinman. He has appeared in North America with many of the great symphonies and philharmonics, including Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Montreal, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, and internationally with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Orchestre de Paris, the Philharmonia Orchestra of London, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Radio Orchestras of Frankfurt, Cologne, Leipzig and Hanover, the Israel Philharmonic, the New Japan Philharmonic, the Beijing Opera Orchestra, and many others.

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