Sunday, April 7, 2013

Music For Life Episode 34 - Canadian Brass, Senior Thesis, Video Game Music, Joseph Flummerfelt

Canadian Brass
This week, we look forward to next week's visit by The Canadian Brass...

Student Producer Anna Gatdula talks with senior Mikey Padilla about his senior thesis project...

we peek in the Music Technology classroom with Veronica Pejril, Jacob Peterman and an interesting independent study project...

Musicology Professor Christopher Lynch tells us about some music by Aaron Copland that moves him...

and we converse with distinguished DePauw alum Dr. Joseph Flummerfelt, world renowned choral conductor, during his five-day residency here at the School of Music!

Audio sources

From their concert of April 3rd, 2013, the DePauw Chamber Players, May Phang, piano; Dan Rizner, violin; and Eric Edberg, cello; with guest Nicole Brockmann, viola, perform the second movement of Gabriel Fauré's Quartet in C Minor, op. 15.

From their CD of J. S. Bach's "The Art of the Fugue," The Canadian Brass performs Contrapunctus 11.

Music That Moves Me:
Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring," performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the direction of the composer, and Copland's "Inscape," conducted by Leonard Bernstein.

From the Student Recital Hour of April 3, 2013, Tyler Benware, oboe; Robert Martens, English horn; and Andrew Wilkey, bassoon perform the Rondo from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Divertimento, KV Anh. 229.

From their concert of March 18, 2013, the DePauw University Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dan Foster, performs an arrangement by Frank Mantooth of Richard Rogers' “Have You Met Miss Jones?” featuring Connor Allen, bass and Will Johnson, trombone.

The Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The Monteverdi Choir, under the direction of John Eliot Gardiner, perform "Wie lieblich sind Deine Wohnungen," from Johannes Brahms' Ein deutches Requiem, op. 45.

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