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Barberian Husky

Description: Recording of Seweryn Ścibior's Barberian Husky. This is a work for electroacoustics that was performed at the Archipelago Festival in 2007. It includes sound samples of spoken text and orchestral music.
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Date: 2005
Duration: 7 minutes
Creator: Ścibior, Seweryn
Partner: UNT Music Library

L'or bleu

Description: Recording of Etienne Saur's L'or bleu. This piece has its foundation in a short text that recounts the lack of water in a country on the African continent and its dramatic human consequences. Water becomes an object of desire, power, and annihilation at the planetary level. The composer dedicates this work to René Dumont and thanks Eric Goulouzelle and Tahar Houri for their voices.
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Date: 2006
Duration: 4 minutes 24 seconds
Creator: Saur, Etienne
Partner: UNT Music Library

Ebb

Description: Recording of Olle Aberg's Ebb. The inspiration for this work came from the idea of the near future, when glaciers have melted and no water is available. The composer imagines the only thing left being a thirsty voice.
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Date: 2006
Duration: 4 minutes 12 seconds
Creator: Aberg, Olle
Partner: UNT Music Library

Sailing with Schubert

Description: Recording of Bernadette Johnson and David C. Johnson's Sailing with Schubert. This work was inspired by Franz Schubert's Opus 72. Through the use of electrical current (digital electroacoustics) we sail into a sea of fantasy, and distance ourselves gradually from the original. The water that is being sailed upon is the solvent which dissolves the original.
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Date: 2006
Duration: 4 minutes 23 seconds
Creator: Johnson, Bernadette (composer) & Johnson, David, 1940-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Where be these enemies

Description: Recording of Thomas Bjelkeborn's Where be these enemies. The composer describes this work as both a tribal dance of war and a dramatic setting of text, closely related to the Swedish text-sound tradition. This is the first work in a larger cycle of six pieces all dealing with different issues of Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare. This piece focuses on the death of Romeo's friend, Mercutio. The tribal element of the music was inspired by thoughts from soldiers at war and their statements on how th… more
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Date: 2005
Duration: 9 minutes 30 seconds
Creator: Bjelkeborn, Thomas, 1959-
Partner: UNT Music Library

Ensemble: 2018-03-01 – One O' Clock Lab Band

Description: Jazz concert performed at the UNT College of Music Murchison Performing Arts Center.
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Date: March 1, 2018
Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes
Creator: One O'Clock Lab Band
Partner: UNT Music Library

Ensemble: 2018-02-22 – Wind Ensemble

Description: 1 recording (51 min., 18 sec.)
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Date: February 22, 2018
Duration: 51 minutes 19 seconds
Creator: University of North Texas. Wind Ensemble.
Partner: UNT Music Library
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