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ILLINOIS,WESLEYAN UNI�ERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

C h a m b e r Westbrook Auditorium,

M u s i a

C o n a e r t

18,

Tuesday, March

1969, 4:00

p. m.

- Program Brass Quartet

. . . . . . UZysses Kay

Fantasia Arioso Toccata Trumpets: Trombones:

David Wi Ihelms, AIice Hessert Donald Distel, Howard AII ison

Norman Hessert, conductor Four Inventions

. . UZysses Kay

Andante moderato Scherzando Larghetto Allegro Abram M.

Plum, piano

(1968)

Sonata for Bassoon and Piano

.

Abram M. PZum

AIIegretto Larghetto AIIegro con bri0 Samuel Grabarski, bassoon Abram M. Quintet for Brass

(1968)

.

Plum, piano

. R. Bedford Watkins

Intrada Soundpiece Tombeau for a Jazzman Epilogue Trumpets:

Wi II lam Camphouse, AIice Hessert

Trombones: . Larry Farr, Norman Hessert Tuba: David Horine *

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The Sy mposium of Contemporary Musia is sponsored jointZy by the IWU Fine Arts FestivaZ and the Frank R. Bohnhorst Fund.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

Concert of Music by Iain HamiZton Westbrook Auditorium, Thursday, March

20, 1969, 4:00

p.m.

- Program Three Pieces for Piano, Ope

30 ( 1955)

.

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.

Iain HamiZton

Allegro Lento Vivo Mark Madson, piano Sonata for Clarinet and Piano,

22 ( 195 4)

Ope

Iain HamiZton

Andante flessibiIe - Presto Poco allegretto - Vivace John McGrosso, clarinet Anna McGrosso, piano Nocturnes with Cadenzas

( 1963)

Abram M. Sonata for 'Cello and Piano Cadenza I Allegro Cadenza Con moto

Iain HamiZton

Plum, piano

( 1958-9)

Iain HamiZton

2

Cadenza

3

Passionato

Lento Cadenza

4

Tempestoso R.

Ruth Krieger, 'cello Bedford Watkins, piano '*

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Following the concert, Mr. HamiIton wiII participate in a discussion of·his work. '*

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March 20, 8:Z5 p.m. - Concert of worKs by Iain HamiZton, HaZe smith, Henry.CharZes, John Joubert and CharZes Ives. March 2Z, ZO a.m. - Concert of compositions by IWU students. March 2Z, 4 p.m. - Lecture by Iain HamiZton--"The Composer as Dramatist." '*

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The Symposium of Contemporary Music is sponsored jointly by the IWU Fine Arts Festival and the Frank R. Bohnhorst Fund.


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Symposium of Contemporary Music INAUGURAL CONCERT Westbrook Auditorium, Thursday Evening, March Twentieth Nineteen Hundred Sixty Nine Eight Fifteen O'Clock

- ProgramHale Smith

Somersault The Chaining of Prometheus (1963) IWU Wind Ensemble John McGrosso, conductor

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lain Hamilton

- Intermission Cantata No. I for Tenor and Piano (1957-8) I. Anonymous (c. 1300) II. John Barbour (c. 1320-1395) Sammy Scifres, tenor Maxie Scifres, piano

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lain Hamilton

The Binding of Isaac (1969) Henry Charles Text adapted from Genesis, Chapter 22, by Warren Blackstone First performance dedicated to Dr. Robert Eckley The Singing Y'ers The Voice of God: David Skillrud Abraham: Gibson Charles Isaac: Tom Watkins Narrator: Greg Reichert Pianist: R. Bedford Watkins ____________________________________

Let There Be Light, Op. 56 (St. Augustine) John Joubert In Memoriam, J. F. K., M. L. K., R. K. Commissioned by the IWU Collegiatďż˝ Choir First performance ________________

Psalm 90

Charles Ives IWU Collegiate Choir Robert Donalson, conductor *

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The Symposiu m of Contemporary Music is sponsored jointly by the Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund and the IWU Fine Arts Festival. *

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March 21, 10:00 a.m.-Concert of compositions by IWU students. March 21, 4:00 p.m.-Lecture by lain Hamilton-liThe Composer as Dramatist."


ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC SYMPOSIUM OF CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

Concert of Student Compositions Presser Hall,

24,

Room

21, 1969, 10:00

Friday, March

a.m.

- Program Three Songs (Robert Nathan) Now blue October

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Randy Deckwerth

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Now is the bitter season AIlow no cloud Dolores Ivanchich, soprano EIizabeth Deckwerth, Three Pieces for Piano .

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piano .

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Larry Subbert

Moderato Con brio Lento Larry Subbert, Samsara

(1969)

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piano •

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David Patton

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"How many births have I known without knowing the buiIder of this body! How many births have I looked for him. It is painful to be born again and again." - - -The Dhammapada. Piece for Pianist (1968)

.

. David Patton

David Patton,

piano

Fantasy and Fugue .

Gerald Lindahl

Byron Blair, harpsichord Three M ovements for Trombone Trio . Howard K. Allison II Andante - Moderato - Andante-Allegretto .

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Norman Hessert, Donald Distel, Howard AIIison, trombones ARCLISTA revisited .

WiIIiam Camphouse,

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Ronald Augspurger

David WiIhelms, trumpets;

Larry Farr, Ronald Augspurger, trombones; Samuel Grabarski, alto saxophone; Douglas Thompson, percussion *

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The Symposium of Contemporary Music is sponsored jointly by the IWV Fine Arts Festival and the Frank R. Bohnhorst .Fund. *

March

21, 4:00

as Dramatist."

p.m.:

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Lecture by lain Hamilton.

"The Composer


Symposium of Contemporary Music, 1969