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Lee Konitz Lecture, April 2, 1985: Part 3

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Lee Konitz on April 2, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Lee Konitz, saxophone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 2, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 4 minutes 39 seconds
Creator: Konitz, Lee
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Emily Remler Lecture, April 9, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Emily Remler on April 9, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Emily Remler, guitar, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 9, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes 05 seconds
Creator: Remler, Emily
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Peter Erskine Lecture, March 26, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Peter Erskine on March 26, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Peter Erskin, drums, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: March 26, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 26 minutes 30 seconds
Creator: Erskine, Peter
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Joe Henderson Lecture, March 5, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Joe Henderson on March 5, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Joe Henderson, saxophone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: March 5, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 41 minutes 43 seconds
Creator: Henderson, Joe
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Randy Brecker Lecture, February 26, 1985: Part 1]

Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Randy Brecker on February 26, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by Randy Brecker, trumpet, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: February 26, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes 45 seconds
Creator: Brecker, Randy
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Joe Henderson Lecture, March 5, 1985: Part 3

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Joe Henderson on March 5, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Joe Henderson, saxophone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: March 5, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 19 minutes 19 seconds
Creator: Henderson, Joe
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Burt Korall Lecture, February 12, 1985: Part 2]

Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Burt Korall on February 12, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lectures by Burt Korall.
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Date: February 12, 1985
Duration: 39 minutes 39 seconds
Creator: Korall, Burt
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Emily Remler Lecture, April 9, 1985: Part 3

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Emily Remler on April 9, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Emily Remler, guitar, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 9, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 17 minutes 37 seconds
Creator: Remler, Emily
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Peter Erskine Lecture, March 26, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Peter Erskine on March 26, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Peter Erskin, drums, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: March 26, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 35 minutes 18 seconds
Creator: Erskine, Peter
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Diane Reeves Lecture, April 23, 1985: Parts 3 and 4]

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Diane Reeves on April 23, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture, master class, and performance by Diane Reeves, vocals, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 23, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 33 minutes 09 seconds
Creator: Reeves, Diane
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[George Mraz Lecture, April 16, 1985: Part 2]

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by George Mraz on April 16, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by George Mraz, bass, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 16, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes 29 seconds
Creator: Mraz, George
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Lee Konitz Lecture, April 2, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Lee Konitz on April 2, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Lee Konitz, saxophone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 2, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes 26 seconds
Creator: Konitz, Lee
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Diane Reeves Lecture, April 23, 1985: Parts 1 and 2]

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Diane Reeves on April 23, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture, master class, and performance by Diane Reeves, vocals, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 23, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 24 minutes 51 seconds
Creator: Reeves, Diane
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[George Mraz Lecture, April 16, 1985: Part 1]

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by George Mraz on April 16, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by George Mraz, bass, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: April 16, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 19 minutes 46 seconds
Creator: Mraz, George
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Bill Taylor Lecture, March 12, 1985: Parts 1 and 2

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Bill Taylor on March 12, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Billy Taylor, piano, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: March 12, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes 26 seconds
Creator: Taylor, Bill
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Burt Korall Lecture, February 12, 1985: Part 1]

Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Burt Korall on February 12, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lectures by Burt Korall.
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Date: February 12, 1985
Duration: 43 minutes 52 seconds
Creator: Korall, Burt
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Bill Watrous Lecture, February 19, 1985: Part 1

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Bill Watrous on February 19, 1985 at 9:30AM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Bill Watrous, trombone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: February 19, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 19 minutes 21 seconds
Creator: Watrous, Bill
Partner: UNT Music Library
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Bill Watrous Lecture, February 19, 1985: Parts 2 and 3

Description: Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Bill Watrous on February 19, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. It includes a lecture and performance by Bill Watrous, trombone, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: February 19, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 32 minutes 02 seconds
Creator: Watrous, Bill
Partner: UNT Music Library
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[Randy Brecker Lecture, February 26, 1985: Part 2]

Description: Recording of a Jazz Lecture Series presentation by Randy Brecker on February 26, 1985 at 2:00PM at the UNT College of Music. Includes lecture and performance by Randy Brecker, trumpet, interspersed with questions from the audience.
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Date: February 26, 1985
Duration: 1 hour 2 minutes 36 seconds
Creator: Brecker, Randy
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Alternances

Description: "Alternances" for violin, clarinet, piano, percussion, cello and tape was written in 1985, the electroacoustic effects being made in the studio of Romanian Radio-Television. The room consists of seven sections, including sections 2, 4 and 6 on tape. The 6th section on tape and "life" is the recurrence of the second section, of the same existing correspondence between sections 1 and 7, 3 and 4. The dominant idea of ​​the work is that of the imbsication of parallel music, with particular character and evolution. The music "life" is transformational, while that recorded in advance is non-transformational and has the appearance of a sound plasma; the first is discontinuous and the second - continuous. From the expressive point of view, the sounds "life" suggest belonging to the world of appearances; on the contrary, the sounds recorded on tape suggest a world of essences, permanence.
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Date: 1985
Duration: 10 minutes 36 seconds
Creator: Iorgulescu, Adrian
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Caroselli

Description: This is a fun piece and should be enjoyed by both the instrumentalists and the audience. The idea of the work is obvious from the name, "Carousel". Labels run our lives – who, what, where we are and so forth. Minimalism, Maximalism, Expressionist, traditional. All these labels have different meanings according to who is listening. Not mentioning the importance of where the listener is from. This piece should be listened to, and not labeled. It is conceived fro the Electro-Acoustic Concert Environment, and the colors here are painted for your ears. Enjoy.
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Date: 1985/1986
Duration: 20 minutes 11 seconds
Creator: Davidow, Joseph, 1949-
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Dorian

Description: A universe. Self-contained. Where timbre were the principal item. To force it into another state; apart; and let it, in accordance with its own laws, return to its rest; and then to begin to compose. Bend and vary, change and break. To alter some kind of perfection in order to attain something else. Two main items shared the conception of this piece: the possible richness in perception provoked by the duality: whole versus parts; and the possibility of mapping into musical events the behaviour of an abstract system of interrelated objects when following an stochastic process towards its equilibrium. My first step was to define, in terms of a macro-static situation, the final state of my system. This final structure defined the harmonic, dynamic and timbrical aspects of nine different "objects" (fundamental, formant areas, subharmonics,modulations and relative microcomportment of these characteristics within one instance). The relative durations in the equilibrium of these objects, as well as the whole duration of the piece, the structural points defining the macroform, and other characteristics of the whole (hierarchies, symmetries...) were evolved from this final state of the system. {I was careful to define very colourful and individualistic microbehaviours for these objects, whilst, on the other hand, I was harmonically and spectrally provoking an amalgamation of all sounds.} The next step was to create an algorithm, basically a thermodynamic -stochastic process, which would follow, within the scope of the degrees of freedom of the system, the "hinges" marked as structural points and the other previously mentioned characteristics. It was something like taking this system from its repose and forcing it into a different state, and then, shifting and biasing its natural tendency towards its rest state inserting gates and force fields in its way.
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Date: 1985/1986
Duration: 20 minutes 56 seconds
Creator: González Arroyo, Ramon
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Palimpsest

Description: "Sound recycling" would be the perfect term for Gerald Trimmel's composition cycle called "Palimpsest". When Trimmel performed his first "Palimpsest" in 1985, he did not consider this work as a final result. The following compositions were characterized by various procedures of sound accumulations and structural rearrangements. A lot of acoustic ready mades and complex structured sound elements were inserted, which first covered up and by and by extinguished the older ones. So the shrinking and dissolving fragments and the "young" and powerful soundscapes appear as antagonists of something like "aesthetics of dissapearance." The composition principle is based on the Palimpsest-technique (from the greek "palimpsestos"), which was used until the Middle Ages: manuscript pages or books, that have been written on, were scraped off, and used again.
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Date: [1985..1990]
Duration: 22 minutes 30 seconds
Creator: Trimmel, Gérard, 1962- & Böhm, Peter, 1961-
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Paysages PC

Description: If the music of the past was characterized by the contest between consonance and dissonance, the music of the present day is a contest between sound and noise. This percussion piece is located precisely in this intermedia area. The instrumentation is largely metallic, centering on gongs (Ching, Tching Lwo, Feng Lwo etc.) completed by a marimba. Structurally the piece develops from points (isolated, in varying density) by way of lines (aleatory distribution of glissando cymbals) to a surface. The pulsations and rotations of the steel drums are followed by contrast with a flexatone improvisation, leading to a renewed pulsation, with the marimba taking a virtuoso part. The work was first performed during the German Percussion Symposium Nürnberg 1986.
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Date: 1985
Duration: 15 minutes 07 seconds
Creator: Jentzsch, Wilfried
Partner: UNT Music Library
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