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Faculty Voice Recital: 1988-03-31 - Laurel Miller
Faculty Voice Recital performed at UNT's College of Music Recital Hall.
Faculty Recital: 1988-02-02 - Royce Lumpkin, trombone, and Dale Peters, organ
A faculty recital performed at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall.
Faculty Recital: 1988-03-22 - Jeannine Crader, soprano
Faculty Recital performance at UNT's College of Music Concert Hall
Ensemble: 1987-11-10 - Collegium Singers and Garza-Little Elm Consort
Choir concert performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Ensemble: 1988-02-01 - Chamber Orchestra
Orchestra concert performed at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall.
Faculty Recital: 1988-01-23 - Faculty Memorial Concert
Faculty performance in memory of Philip Montalbo M.D. given at the UNT School of Music Concert Hall.
Ensemble: 1988-11-29 - Chamber Wind Ensemble and Chamber Choir
Choral and Chamber Wind concert performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Guest Artist Recital: 1989-02-23 - Michael Reid, tenor, and Lenora McCroskey, harpsichord
A guest artist recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Guest Artist Recital: 1989-10-12 - Elaine Cormany, soprano
A guest artist recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
Ensemble: 1989-11-09 - A Cappella Choir
Choral concert performed at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall.
Doctoral Recital: 1987-07-15 - Robert Hanson, tenor
Recital presented at the NTSU School of Music Concert Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
Ensemble: 1988-04-21 - Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra
Orchestra concert performed at the NTSU School of Music Concert Hall.
Faculty Recital: 1989-02-05 - Harold Heiberg, piano, with the UNT Voice Faculty
A faculty and guest artist recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.
La Materia e sorda
Recording of Roberto Doati, Gianantonio Patella, and Daniele Torresan's "La materia è sorda" performed by Lorenzo Rizzato (speaker) and electronically realized by Granziano Tisato.
Madrigal
Recording of Zoltán Pongrácz's Madrigal for tape. The aim of the composer was to create a madrigal, one of the most aristocratic of the choral genres of the Renaissance, through electronic means. He uses the characteristics of the Italian madrigal as an element of the musical color to create effects of the Gothic choral music. The raw material is based only on the recitation of the sonnet, as well as on sounds sung at various frequencies by the choir. Pongrácz also calls this work a concerto, but not in the traditional understanding of the genre, particularly in the case of the conception and the formal structure; he calls it such because of the contrast between the cymbalum and the spectra of the oscillators. Madrigal was realized at the Studio for Electronic Music of the Hungarian Radio in Budapest.
Faculty Recital: 1987-09-27 - Harold Heiberg and the Voice Faculty
Faculty recital performed at the NTSU School of Music Recital Hall
Ensemble: 1987-11-04 - Joseph Evans
Ensemble performance at the UNT College of Music.
Any resemblance is purely coincidental
Recording of Charles Dodge's "Any resemblance is purely coincidental" for tape. The piece aspires to represent the voice of Enrico Caruso in much the same way that Andy Warhol represented the figures of contemporary popular culture in his silk screen portraits: the voice is unmistakably that of Caruso, but with a difference. In "Any resemblance is purely coincidental," an operatic voice searches for an accompaniment: with the original orchestra, with copies of itself, with the piano, and with other computer sounds. The initial attempts are humorous; subsequently, other emotions are evoked until the loneliness of the "great performer" emerges. The voice is made with computer synthesis based on a 1907 recording of the aria "Vesti la giubba" from Ruggiero Leoncavallo's I Pagliacci sung by Enrico Caruso.
Doctoral Recital: 1989-03-27 - James South, trumpet
Recital presented at the UNT School of Music Concert Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.
Ensemble: 1989-04-21 - Symphony and Chamber Orchestras
Orchestra concert performed at the UNT School of Music Concert Hall.