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ILLINOIS' WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY .

SCHOOL OF MUSIC

SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC COMPOSITIONS BY 1. W. U.

FACULTY

Westbrook Auditorium Thursday, March'14, 1968, 4: 00 p. m.

A Psalm, a.Prayer and a Whoopee (1967)-R. Bedford Watkins Marilyn Enyeart, soprano Choral group conduct.ed by the compo�er Four Burlesques (1963) - - - - - - -R. Bedford Watkins Donald Hatch, violin R.

Bedford Watkins, piano

Five Sketches'. (1968) -

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Mario Mancinelli, violin; Richard Hishman, viola Ruth Krieger,

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Via Do1orosa (1967) Impressions. (1962) -

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allegretto - andantino Capriccio (195 7) -

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allegretto - espressivo - giocoso William Hertel, piano Trio for Oboe, Cello and Piano (1967)

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Paul Heyboer, oboe; Ruth.Krieger, cello; Abram M. .Improvisation V (1967) -

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Magnetic tape. · C0mposed in. the Experimental Music Studio at the University of illinois * * *

The Symposium of Contemporary Music is partially supported by the' Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVE RSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC ELECTRONIC AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC Westbrook Auditorium Thursday, March 14, 1968, 8:15 p. m. Chef d'oeuvre (1967) Infantasy (1966) -

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FOR Queen Elizabeth I Dancers: Vaughn, Jenny,

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Pam, Delores, John,

Nancy Musicians: Jim, Pete, Judy Shouters: Dennis, Joe, Allan, Mike, Jim Electronic Technician: George Choreographer: Mary Beautiful Soop Quintet (1957) I. II. III.

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Fast Very Slow and Expressive Very Fast Paul Griscnke, E -flat clarinet; Linda Williams, bass clarinet;

Alice Hessert, trumpet; Norman Hessert, trombone; Robert Bankert, piano; Richard Hishman, c:mductor Metacyc1es (1966)

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John Goodwin, cello In the Hours of Darkness I. II. III.

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Heavenly Bodies Creatures of the Night Voodoo David Brown and Charles Moore,

percussion

The Symposium of Contemporary Music is partially supported by the Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC COMPOSITIONS BY 1. W. U.

STUDENTS

Westbrook Auditorium Friday. March, 15 .,1968. 2: 00 p. m. Movements in Sound -

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Pastorale - Mysterious - March Toccata Percussion:

Charles Moore.

Jeffrey Neuhauser.

Terry Mohaupt. David Brown Conductor:

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Grief

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Faith

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The Five Sunned Star (Patrick Neve) -

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Early Spring Landscape Kathleen Coughlin. soprano Carmen Shaw. piano

Suite for Piano

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Imitation - Interlude -' Crescendo-Diminl,lendo Abram M.

Plum. piano

Three Movements for Organ - II - - - Sandra Cavitt. organ Fantasy and Passacaglia:for Harpsichord I.

Gerald Lindahl

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Fantasy Marianne Archer.

harpsichord

Woodwind Quartet in Three Movements - Ronald Augspu�ger Samuel Stowe. flute; Terrill Hayes. oboe; William Foss.

clarinet; Samuel Grabarski. bassoon

The Symposium of Contemporary Music is partially supported by the Frank R.

Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.


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SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC ELECTRONIC MUSIC Westbrook Auditorium Friday, March 15 , 1968, 4:00 p. m. Improvisations on· Cetus - (1967) albanymusic3 (1967) Study No.1 (1967) -

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Composition for Converted Digital Tape (Part I) Bye -Bye Butterfly MUDGETT:

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monologues by a ma�s murderer '(1965 )' ..,

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Electronic Prelude Toronto

(I leave my recently adopted Ghildren

Alice and Nellie at 16 Saint Vincent Street) Melinda Kess+ er

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The 'Symposium of Contemporary Music �s partially, - supported by the Frank R.

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March 15 , 8: 15 p. m. : Faculty rec ital.

D�vid Nott.

March 16, 10: 00 a. m. : Electronic mUSiic (repeat program) . M�rch 17, 3:00 p. m. : Panel discussion,

University of

Iowa·Center-for-New Music . March 17, 8: 15 p. m. : Concert, University Qf Iowa-Center for New Music .


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC and the

SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC present

David

Nott, Bass-Baritone ina

FACULTY RECITAL of CONTEMPORARY VOCAL MUSIC Westbrook Auditorium,

8:15

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I - Italian - Atonal Lyricism

Cinque Canti

(1956) .. .... . .......... Luigi Dallapiccola ( 1904-

per Baritono e Alcuni Strument�

I - Molto Animato II - Tranquillo; serenamente III - Rapinoso IV - Lentamente V - Mosso; scorrevole

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II - German - Extended Post Romanticism

Five E arly

Songs (1899-1904) .... ... .. .. .. Anton Webem (1883-1945)

Fromm (Falke) Sommerabend (Weigand) Gefunden (Avenarius) Vorfruehling (Avenarius) Heimgang in der Fruehe (Liliencron)

III - American - Total SerUtlitation

Two Sonnets (Gerard Manley

Voice, Clarinet, Viola and CeUo

H opkins ) ..... Milton Babbitt

(1916-

Spelt from Sybil's Leaves That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire

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IV - French - Post Impressionism

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Camaval (1954) .. . ............... Jacques Leguerney (1906-

I - Le Grotesque II - La Belle Brune III - Le Carnaval

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V - British - Eclecticism

Songs and Proverbs of Wm. Blake, Op. 0-

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Assisted by Abram Plum and Carmen Shaw, Pianists. Instrumentalists: Mary Leathers, Linda Williams, Paul Heyboer, Paul Grischke, Richard Hishman, Ruth Krieger. Conductors: Robert Donalson and Abram Plum.

The Symposium of Contemporary Music is partially supported by the Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC presents

THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC Richard B. Hervig Director William Hibbard, Musical Director ,

Westbrook Auditorium Sunday, March 17, 1968, 8:15 p.m.

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William Parsons, percussion Donald Nultemeier, percussion INTERMISSION

Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 ............... Arnold Schoenberg Janet Steele, soprano Patrick Purswell, flute and piccolo David Randall, clarinet and bass clarinet Doris Allen, violin William Hibbard, viola Eric Jensen, 'cello Joseph Dechario, piano .0

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The Symposium of Contemporary Music is partially supported by the Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.

COMING Monday, April 29, 8:00 p.m.: JOHN CAGE, GORDON MUMMA and DAVID TUDOR in a performance of REUNION, an ensemble music.

Symposium of Contemporary Music, 1968  

Presented by the Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music.