[North Texas State University School of Music Orientation]

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This video is composed of digitized slides and musical accompaniment that were used to promote the North Texas State University School of Music. The slide show consists of segments that discuss the school from the perspective of the university president, an introduction to the university community, the value of the program from the perspective of the Dean of the School of Music, the Music Library and other resources, teaching faculty, performance groups available on campus, and the availability of live performances on and off campus. The slide show begins with images and a performance by the NTSU symphony orchestra as ... continued below

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1 video (13 min., 6 sec.) : sd., col.

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North Texas State University 197u.

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This video is composed of digitized slides and musical accompaniment that were used to promote the North Texas State University School of Music. The slide show consists of segments that discuss the school from the perspective of the university president, an introduction to the university community, the value of the program from the perspective of the Dean of the School of Music, the Music Library and other resources, teaching faculty, performance groups available on campus, and the availability of live performances on and off campus. The slide show begins with images and a performance by the NTSU symphony orchestra as well as images of students practicing and studying. The second segment includes images of and narration by university president C.C. "Jitter" Nolan about the value and importance of the music program and the President's Award which was given to the symphony orchestra as conducted by Anshel Brusilow and the One O'Clock Lab Band under the direction of Leon Breeden. In the third segment, narrator Edward Baird discusses the student community and programs accompanied by images of students on campus, students painting, and students in the university lounge. In the fourth segment, Dean of the School of Music Marceau Meyers speaks about the expanding practice, performance, and recording spaces and the Music Library located in Willis Library and directed by Morris Martin. In the fifth segment, Baird discusses the program's teaching faculty with accompanying images of Eugene Conley, Adolfo Odnoposoff, Anshel Brusilow, Robert Ottman, William Latham, Martin Mailman, Merrill Ellis, Michael Collins, Cecil Adkins, Edward Rainbow, David McGuire, Robert Winslow, and Leon Breeden. Areas highlighted include the electronic music program, musicology, and jazz performance. The sixth includes images of performance groups on campus including the acapella choir, chapel choir, men's chorus, women's chorus, grand chorus, madrigal singers, opera theater, commercial singers, symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra, symphonic wind ensemble, chamber wind ensemble, concert band, marching band, university band, brass choir, percussion ensemble, harp ensemble, collegium musicum, new music performance lab, and nine jazz lab bands. In the seventh segment, there are images of concerts and recitals by faculty such as the faculty chamber ensemble and visiting international performers including Andres Segovia. The film concludes with a summary about the value of the School of Music.

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1 video (13 min., 6 sec.) : sd., col.

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This slide show was created by digitizing the slides and accompanying cassette soundtrack for this promotional presentation. The original slides and cassette tape are available through the UNT Media Library (Slide 71, Phono Tape 615).

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  • 197u

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  • Dec. 4, 2016, 5:30 p.m.

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  • Aug. 3, 2017, 4:17 p.m.

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North Texas State University. [North Texas State University School of Music Orientation], video, 197u; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc939204/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Media Library.