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Some Aspects of the French Organ Symphony: Culminating in the Symphonie Passion of Marcel Dupré: Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works of D. Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, N. Dello-Joio, P. Hindemith, S. Karg-Elert, J. Langlais, W. Latham, F. Liszt, N. Lockwood, F. Martin, D. Pinkham, L. Sowerby, and L. Vierne

Description: The lecture recital was given July 10, 1973. The Symphonie-Passion by Marcel Dupre was performed following a lecture on various factors that influenced the development of the organ symphony in France. In addition to the lecture recital, three other public recitals were performed, including solo compositions for the organ and three chamber works for organ and instruments. The first solo recital, including works of J. S. Bach, P. Hindemith, L. Sowerby, and L. Vierne, was performed on June 4, 1969. On April 17, 1970 the second solo recital was performed. Compositions by J. S. Bach, D. Buxtehude, M. Duprd, N. Dello Joio, S. Karg--Elert, and J. Langlais were included in the program. On January 25, 1971, a program of organ chamber works by N. Lockwood, D. Pinkham, and F. Martin, as well as solo works by F. Lizst, W. Latham, and Marcel Duprl, was performed. The four programs were recorded on magnetic tape and are filed with the written version of the lecture as a part of the dissertation.
Date: August 1973
Creator: Kean, Patricia June (Patricia June Forman), 1933-
Partner: UNT Libraries

Commotio: Carl Nielsen's Symphony for Organ: A Lecture Recital, Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works of F. Couperin, J.S. Bach, P. Hindemith, M. Duruflé, S. Raisin, D. Buxtehude, M. Reger, F. Martin, M. Weckmann, F. Tunder, V. Lübeck, C.P.E. Bach, and L. Vierne

Description: The lecture recital was given on March 25, 1984. Commotio by Carl Nielsen was performed following a lecture on that particular organ composition. The lecture included a discussion of Carl Nielsen, characteristics of his six symphonies, a detailed analysis of Commotio, and the symphonic characteristics found in Commotio. Some examples from the symphonies as well as other works were performed during the lecture to illustrate the similarities between Commotio and his orchestral works. In addition to the lecture recital, three other public recitals were performed, all of which consisted of solo compositions for the organ. The first solo recital, including works of Couperin, Bach, Hindemith, and Duruflé, was performed on October 30, 1980. On May 6, 1981, the second solo recital was performed. Compositions by Raison, Buxtehude, Bach, Reger, and Martin were included in the program. The third solo recital which included works by Weckmann, Tunder, Lübeck, C. P. E. Bach, and Vierne, was performed on April 25, 1983. The four programs were recorded on magnetic tape and are filed with the written version of the lecture material as a part of the dissertation.
Date: August 1984
Creator: Morrison, Linda Sue
Partner: UNT Libraries

Sydney Hodkinson's Megalith Trilogy: An Analysis: A Lecture Recital, Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works of Grigny, Bach, Duruflé, Scheidt, Dupré, Vierne, Reubke, and Others

Description: The lecture recital was given on July 2, 1984. The Megalith Trilogy was performed following a lecture which examined the internal structure of the work. The main body of the lecture focused on motivic and tonal considerations and included motivic and pitch reductions of the three movements. In addition to the lecture recital three other public solo recitals were performed. The four programs were recorded on magnetic tape and are filed with the written version of the lecture as a part of the dissertation.
Date: August 1984
Creator: Corbet, Antoinette Tracy
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Development of Form in the German Organ Sonata from Mendelssohn to Rheinberger, a Lecture Recital, Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works of J. S. Bach, D. Buxtehude, V. Lübeck, L. Sowerby, M. Dupré, M. Reger and Others

Description: The lecture recital was given February 16, 1976. A discussion of the development of form in the German organ sonata from Mendelssohn to Rheinberger was presented. A performance of representative sonatas by Mendelssohn and Rheinberger was included with the lecture. Two solo recitals and one chamber recital were presented as public recitals in addition to the lecture recital. The first solo recital, on July 2, 1970, included works of Buxtehude, Roger-Ducasse, Bach, and Sowerby. The chamber recital, given with Betty Lambert, soprano, on July 31, 1973, consisted of works by Bach, Pepping, Pinkham, Reger, and Bornefeld. The second solo recital, on April 17, 1978, included works by Lubeck, Balbastre, Bach, Mathias, Karg-Elert, and Dupré. All four programs, recorded on magnetic tape, are filed, along with the written version of the lecture material, in the North Texas State University library.
Date: August 1978
Creator: Mann, Robert C.
Partner: UNT Libraries