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Studio Recital: 2012-03-04 - Elizabeth Knight Studio

Studio Recital: 2012-03-04 - Elizabeth Knight Studio

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Date: March 4, 2012
Creator: Knight, Elizabeth; Liebel, Lauren; Hodgson, Nathan; Strother, Brittany; Hoggarth, Megan; Haseltine, Claire et al.
Description: A studio recital performed at the UNT College of Music Voertman Hall.
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Suite for Piano

Suite for Piano

Date: 1970
Creator: Johnson, Merritt
Description: Six compositions for solo piano
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Sunrise for Organ

Sunrise for Organ

Date: 1960
Creator: Johnson, Merritt
Description: Composition for solo organ
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[Tal Farlow Lecture, May 1, 1984: Part 1]

[Tal Farlow Lecture, May 1, 1984: Part 1]

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Date: May 1, 1984
Creator: Jones, Elvin
Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Tal Farlow on May 1, 1984 at 9:00AM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by Tal Farlow, guitar, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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[Tal Farlow Lecture, May 1, 1984: Part 2]

[Tal Farlow Lecture, May 1, 1984: Part 2]

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Date: May 1, 1984
Creator: Jones, Elvin
Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Tal Farlow on May 1, 1984 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by Tal Farlow, guitar, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Tancrède:  tragédie

Tancrède: tragédie

Date: 1702
Creator: Campra, André, 1660-1744; Danchet, Antoine, 1671-1748. & Tasso, Torquato, 1544-1595
Description: André Campra’s Tancrède, which premiered on 7 November 1702, is his best-known tragédie en musique, with a run of performances until 1764, and high praise by noteworthy music personalities such as Rameau. While the music critic La Cerf de la Viéville wrote positive comments about Tancrède, he was bothered by the opera’s use of low voices, which defied the tradition of employing castrati parts. Additionally, the role of Clorinda was written for a well-known contralto named Mademoiselle Maupin; although the range is that of a mezzo-soprano, the powerful quality of Maupin’s voice seemed to be a prime consideration for Campra.
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Tarare : opéra en cinq actes avec un prologue

Tarare : opéra en cinq actes avec un prologue

Date: 1790
Creator: Salieri, Antonio, 1750-1825 & Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de, 1732-1799
Description: Antonio Salieri’s French debut Les Danaïdes (1784) led to additional commissions, Les Horaces (1786) and Tarare (1787). Although Les Horaces was not well-received, Tarare was popular both in Paris and Vienna. Beaumarchais supplied the libretto for Tarare, basing his plot on the third volume of the exotic English collection The Tales of the Genii, or The Delightful Lessons of Horam, the Son of Asmar (1764) by James Ridley, (pseudonym for Sir Charles Morell), who claimed the stories were translated from a Persian source.
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Technic Book No. 1 for Piano

Technic Book No. 1 for Piano

Date: 1946
Creator: Johnson, Merritt
Description: Twenty-four exercises for solo piano
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Technic Book No. 2 for Piano

Technic Book No. 2 for Piano

Date: 1966
Creator: Johnson, Merritt
Description: Fifteen exercises, scales and arpeggios, and cadences for solo piano
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Thesee : tragédie

Thesee : tragédie

Date: 1675~
Creator: Lully, Jean Baptiste, 1632-1687 & Quinault, Philippe, 1635-1688
Description: Thesée, which premiered at the court theater at St. Germain-en-laye on January 11, 1675, was Jean-Baptiste Lully's third tragédie lyrique created in collaboration with librettist Philippe Quinault. As in most of his libretti for Lully, Quinault combines a plot based on a classical source (an episode from Ovid's Metamorphoses) with references to contemporary events. The Prologue alludes to Louis XIV's personal leadership in the military engagements in the Alsace (along the French/German border). The juxtaposition of Venus' entreaties for pleasure with Mars' call to arms reflects a period of unease during which the French armies were in retreat from the armies of the Elector of Brandenburg. This resulted in the unique joining of songs of love with songs of war and victory.
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