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3 elektronische Studien
Recording of Lothar Voigtländer's 3 elektronische Studien. The basis for the composition are the poems of the poet Erich Arendt. The poems were written around 1925 in his Expressionist creative period. Accordingly, the compositional means: concrete musical material is mixed with electronic sounds to achieve a strongly expressive and suggestive associative effect. It is less thought of as a "setting" of the texts, but should be added to the often strongly symbolic language formulations as a different, musical dimension. The vocals and the piano usually work live. The piano is mostly treated as unrecognizable - this is to achieve a seamless insertion into the electro-acoustic sound material. In a performance, both piano and singer can be electro-acoustically amplified and to a lesser extent technically manipulated (reverberation, iteration, etc).
3 for 5
Recording of Richard Zvonar's 3 for 5 for percussion, performed by Daryl Pratt. The piece is divided into three movements, with a different set of instruments for each. These are set up in three locations, which form an arc left to right across the performance area. Four playback speakers are situated beside and between the three playing locations. The tape sounds are entirely derived from recorded sounds of the percussion instruments. Throughout the piece, the live and recorded sounds continuously diverge as the piece progresses until at the end, the original sounds have been greatly expanded and enriched through speed transposition, mixing, filtering, etc.
Aura Rully with Duke Ellington at the 1972 Newport Jazz Festival
Aura Rully (Urziceanu) performs with Duke Ellington at the 1972 Newport Jazz Festival.
Bill Berry's New York Band in rehearsal with Bill Watrous
A recording of a rehearsal of Bill Berry's New York Band with trombonist Bill Watrous
Daisy: Opera in Two Acts
This is the original conductor's score for the opera "Daisy" including the vocal parts as well as instrumental lines for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horns, trumpets, bass trombone, timpani and percussion, harp and piano, violin, viola, cello, and string bass. The introductory pages at the start of the score include acknowledgements and synopsis by Professor Kenneth L. Ballenger, the cast of characters and scene list (5 scenes). There is an index to the scenes for each act following their title pages (before page 1 for Act I and before page 262 for Act II).
Don't Shoot the Music! / Nie strzelać do muzyki!
An extended montage of street musicians in New York City.
Duke Ellington, final interview with Willis Conover
Willis Conover's last interview with Duke Ellington, with Ellington also playing the piano.
Hand-Written Program Lists, 1978-1981
Handwritten program lists for Music USA, 1978-1981.
Intermezzo for Organ
Solo composition for organ
[Letter from Don Gillis to NTSU President C.C. Nolen - 1976-02-03]
Letter
Music USA #6999-B, Ruby Braff and George Barnes
The entire program for the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, broadcast February 27, 1974, including tune selections and an interview with Ruby Braff and George Barnes.
Music USA #7000-B, Ruby Braff and George Barnes
The entire program for the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, broadcast February 28, 1974, including tune selections and an interview with Ruby Braff and George Barnes.
Music USA 7102-B, Duke Ellington Memorial Program
The entire program for the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, dedicated to the memory of Duke Ellington.
Music USA #7428-B, funeral of Duke Ellington, Part II
The entire program for the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, broadcast May 2, 1975. The program contains Part II of the funeral of Duke Ellington, on May 27, 1974, as broadcast on radio, possibly by station WRVR.
Music USA #7429-B, funeral of Duke Ellington, Part III
The entire program for the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, broadcast May 3, 1975. The program contains Part III of the funeral of Duke Ellington, on May 27, 1974, as broadcast on radio, possibly by station WRVR.
Music USA #7879-A, Music of Johnny Mercer
The entire program for the first hour of Music USA, and the first of seven programs in memory of Johnny Mercer.
Music USA #7881-A, Interview with Johnny Mercer
The entire program for the first hour of Music USA, and the second of seven programs in memory of Johnny Mercer, including excerpts from an interview with Mercer conducted on January 30, 1970.
Music USA #7893-A, Interview with Johnny Mercer
The entire program for the first hour of Music USA, and the last of seven programs in memory of Johnny Mercer, including excerpts from an interview with Mercer conducted on January 30, 1970.
Music USA #8461-B, Music of John Lewis, Part I
The first part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, featuring the music of John Lewis.
Music USA #8461-B, Music of John Lewis, Part II
The second part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, featuring the music of John Lewis.
Music USA #8462-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part I
The first part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections and an interview with John Lewis.
Music USA #8462-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part II
The second part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections. The interview occurs in Part I.
Music USA #8463-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part I
The first part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections and an interview with John Lewis.
Music USA #8463-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part II
The second part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections and an interview with John Lewis.
Music USA #8464-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part I
The first part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections and an interview with John Lewis.
Music USA #8464-B, Interview with John Lewis, Part II
The second part of the jazz hour (second hour) of Music USA, including tune selections and an interview with John Lewis.
Music USA playlists, 1972
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 6211 through 6572, broadcast in 1972. There are 134 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, 1974
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 6951 through 7306, broadcast in 1974. There are 109 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, 1975
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 7319 through 7669, broadcast in 1975. There are 81 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, 1976
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 7673 through 8033, broadcast in 1976. There are 92 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, 1977
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 8038 through 8128, broadcast in 1977, along with a list of broadcast dates for programs from June through December of that year. There are 24 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, January-June 1973
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 6581 through 6714, broadcast in 1973. There are 91 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, June-December 1973
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 6731 through 6941, broadcast in 1973. There are 157 pages in this document.
Music USA playlists, November-December 1971
A partial set of playlists for individual Music USA programs 6150 through 6209, broadcast in November and December of 1971. There are 25 pages in this document.
The One O'Clock Lab Band in Germany, 1970
The One O'Clock Lab Band on their 1970 trip to Germany. Video only.
[Recital Program: Exposé, April 6, 1979]
Program for a concert performed by the Exposé ensemble on Friday, April 6th, 1979 at the North Texas State University Recital Hall. It includes a listing of the pieces performed with artists and musicians.
[Recital Program: Exposé, December 1, 1979]
Program for a concert performed by the Exposé ensemble on Saturday, December 1st, 1979 at the North Texas State University Recital Hall. It includes a listing of the pieces performed with artists and musicians.
Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie at the White House, Part I
Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie perform at the White House, after introductory remarks from President Jimmy Carter.
Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie at the White House, Part II
Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie perform at the White House.
School of Music Program Book 1969-1970
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1969-1970 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1970-1971
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1970-1971 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1971-1972
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1971-1972 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1972-1973
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1972-1973 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1972-1973: Student Recital Series
Student performances program book from the 1972-1973 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1973-1974, Volume 1: Fall/Spring Performances
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1973-1974 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1973-1974, Volume 2: Student Recital Series
Student performances program book from the 1973-1974 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1974-1975, Volume 1: Fall/Spring Performances
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1974-1975 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1974-1975, Volume 2: Student Recital Series
Student performances program book from the 1974-1975 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1975-1976, Volume 1
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1975-1976 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.
School of Music Program Book 1975-1976, Volume 2
Fall/Spring performances program book from the 1975-1976 school year at the North Texas State University School of Music.