NTSU Notes, February 1980 Page: 8
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in Music 1980
The School of Music's usual summer
curricula in music education,
theoretical and applied music will be
augmented by 25 special courses,
workshops and seminars. These
include Louise Alton, Music for the
Exceptional Child; Martin Mailman,
Comprehensive Musicianship; Gene
Cho, Introduction to Ethno-
musicology; Thomas Holliday,
Opera Theater; Larry Austin and
Thomas Holliday, New Music Theater;
Merrill Ellis, Composition-Electronic
Media; Leonard Candelaria, Brass
Pedagogy and Repertoire; Adolfo
Odnoposoff, Cello Pedagogy,
Repertoire and Interpretation; George
Morey, Flute Pedagogy; Donald
Miller, Workshop in String Class
Teaching, and String Literature for the
Public Schools; Dan Haerle, Pedagogy
of Jazz Keyboard, and Jazz Styles and
Analysis; Leon Breeden, Organization
and Administration of College Jazz
Ensembles, and Conducting College
Also, Evelyn Messmore, Orff-
Kodaly, and Advanced Orff-Kodaly;
Margaret Hudnall, Materials in Vocal
Music Education for Elementary
School, and Music for Early
Cuthbert, College Music
Administration; Philip Lewis,
Performance Workshop in Chamber
Music of the 18th and 19th Centuries;
John Stansberry, Marching Band
Methods; Roger Warner, UIL Band
Planning and Rehearsal Techniques;
Rich Matteson, Pedagogy of Jazz
Improvisation; Jack Petersen,
Pedagogy of Jazz Guitar.
For additional information write to
the School of Music.
Joseph Banowetz, pianist, lectured and
presented recitals at Midwest
Keyboard Festival in Chicago.
Lester Brothers chaired three sessions
at the College Music Society/American
Musicological Convention in San
Maestro Anshel Brusilow was named
"Distinguished Teacher" by the
University Alumni Association at the
1979 Awards Banquet.
Gene Cho, theorist, has an article
published in the Journal of Chinese
Jeannine Crader, resident soprano,
appeared in recital at the University of
Robert Davidovici, resident violinist,
played recitals in Brussels, Belgium,
Tel Aviv, and San Antonio; while on
tour he also recorded for Belgian and
Israel radio and television.
Dennis Diemond, saxophonist, gave
recitals at Ithaca College of Music,
Hartt College of Music, Hartford, Ct.,
and New England Conservatory,
Ron Fink, percussionist, has played the
Roger Williams and Wayne Newton
shows, Ice Capades, and with the
Nelson Riddle Orchestra.
James Gillespie served as clarinet
clinician at Four States Bandmasters
Convention in Texarkana.
Dan Haerle, jazz education, lectured at
the University of Oklahoma for the
Harold Heiberg, artist-accompanist,
has performed in Dallas, Oklahoma
City, Fort Worth, Biloxi, Memphis,
Amarillo and Omaha.
Margaret Hudnall was clinician/
consultant at Texas Wesleyan College
and Birdville ISD.
Rosemary Killam, theorist, presented a
session on Computer Assisted
Instruction at the College Music
Convention in San Antonio.
David Kuehn conducted the Texas Tuba
Ensemble at Midwest Band and
Orchestra Clinic in Chicago; attended
NASM Convention in Philadelphia;
conducted the NTSU Brass Choir at
College Music Society/American
Musicological Convention in San
Malena Kuss conducted a session on
Ginastera at the College Music
Convention in San Antonio; presented
a paper at the International
Musicology Convention in Australia.
John Large lectured for NATS in
Gallatin, Tn., and University of
Florida, Gainesville. His book
Contributions of Voice Research to
Singing is newly published.
Philip Lewis, violinist, performed two
recitals at Round Top International
Don Little, member of Texas Tuba
Quartet, performed at Midwest Band
and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago.
Royce Lumpkin, low brass, assisted at
the Midwest Band and Orchestra
Mary Nan Mailman and Jean Mainous,
duo-pianists, performed with the
Richardson Symphony Orchestra.
conducted by Chris Xeros.
Jean Mainous, pianist, accompanied
bass singer Charles Nelson on tour in a
National Piano Foundation.
series of seven concerts.
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