Department of Music of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records, 1937-1983


Department of Music of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records, 1937-1983

Department of Music of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records, 1937-1983

The Department of Music of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was founded in 1919 and offers graduate and undergraduate curricula in music theory, performance, and musicology. Records of the department include sound recordings and documentation of select University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Music concerts and recitals, 1954-1983, as well as administrative records of the department, 1950-1977. The sound recordings feature not only departmental faculty and students but also guest artists. Numerous ensembles are represented, including the Carolina Choir, Early Music Ensemble, Friends of Chamber Music, North Carolina String Quartet, UNC Jazz Lab Band, UNC Opera Theater, UNC Wind Ensemble, University Chorus, University Chamber Singers, University Men's and Women's Glee Clubs, and University Symphony Orchestra. There is also a number of recordings of composer Roger Hannay conducting the New Music Ensemble. The administrative records are scant and consist mainly of faculty meeting minutes, files related to curriculum planning, and files related to departmental concerts and recitals.

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Douglas Stuart Moore (person)

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827 (person)

Composer. From the description of Ludwig van Beethoven autograph letter to Count Franz von Brunswick, [1813]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 242622425 From the description of Ludwig van Beethoven autograph letter to Josef Blöchlinger, [1819 Aug.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 242622372 From the description of Ludwig van Beethoven autograph letter to the Chevalier Josef de Varena, 1812 July 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 242622275 From the description...

Judith E. MacLellan (person)

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Kniseley, S. Philip (person)

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Schubert, ... (person)

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Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918 (person)

Claude Debussy (b. 22 August 1862–d. 25 March 1918) was one of the most influential composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Born in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France he attended the Conservatoire de Paris originally to study piano before switing to composition. His orchestral works include Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (1894), Nocturnes (1897–1899), Images (1905–1912). In 1904 he rose to international fame for his opera Pelléas et Mélisande. He also composed two books of Préludes a...

Rolf Scheurer (person)

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Hidemith (person)

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Mac Smith (person)

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Claudin de Sermisy (person)

Dalza, Joan Ambrosio. (person)

Rebecca Carnes (person)

Patricia Lee Robinson (person)

James Clyburn (person)

Michel de la Barre (person)

19 March 1974 (person)

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Richard Rogers (person)

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Kreider, Noble W. (Noble Wickham) (person)

Very little information is available concerning Noble Wickham Kreider. He was born in 1874 in Goshen, Indiana, where he remained a life-long resident. Arthur Farwell was an early champion of Kreider's work. In Musical America (May 22, 1909), Farwell wrote: "Kreider had drunk deep at the fountain of Chopin, and if the draught had somewhat qualified the nature of his own imagination, this was no more than happens to most successful composers whose earlier works are apt to ...

Susan Oehler (person)

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Dorian Brown (person)

Ernest Bloch (person)

UNC Chapel Hill (corporateBody)

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Janacek (person)

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Katherine Davis (person)

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Charles Horton (person)

Work, John W. (John Wesley), 1901-1967 (person)

Chair, Fisk University Music Department; director of the Jubilee Singers, and author of American Negro Songs: a Comprehensive Collection of 230 Folk Songs, Religious and Secular; sometimes know as John Wesley Work II. From the description of John Wesley Work III papers, 1915-1971 [microform]. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70972612 ...

Theodore C. Frazeur (person)

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McGregor, Rob Roy, 1929- (person)

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Teleman (person)

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Christiansen, Fredrik Melius (person)

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UNC Men's Glee Club (corporateBody)

McKay, George Frederick, 1899- (person)

Franco Alfano (person)

Bartolomeo Tromboncino (person)

5 December 1974 (person)

Reg Rodgers (person)

Peggy Senter (person)

Pamela White (person)

Shubert (person)

Earl A. Sanders (person)

Gardner Read (person)

Sigfrid Karg-Elert (person)

28 January 1976 (person)

David Amram (person)

Anton Bruckner (person)

Thomas Pasatieri (person)

Paul Creston (person)

Jacquelyn Myers (person)

UNC Glee Clubs (corporateBody)

Thelonius Monk (person)

Antoine Brumel (person)

Winslow, Richard K. (person)

Boulez, Pierre (person)

French composer and conductor. From the description of Typewritten letters signed (5), Typewritten letter, and Autograph envelope, dated London and Baden-Baden, 1971-1975, to Joan Peyser, 1971-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270992184 French Epithet: composer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000350.0x00027d ...

Michele Pesenti (person)

Alessandro Scarlatti (person)

Russell, Alexander (person)

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Ladd McIntosh (person)

Ravel, Jacques 1923-2008 (person)

New Music Ensemble (corporateBody)

Stephen Blackwelder (person)

Gloria Fernandez (person)

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Josef Marais (person)

Luis Milan (person)

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Luis de Narvaez (person)

University Wind Ensemble (corporateBody)

Dorsey, Thomas Andrew (person)

Father of modern gospel music; b. 1899 in Villa Rica, Ga.; d. 1993 in Chicago, Ill.; also known as Georgia Tom. From the description of Thomas A. Dorsey papers, 1932-1982. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70971641 ...

Kymric Mahnke (person)

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John Scott (person)

Tomas Victoria (person)

Bob Seibart (person)

Louis Couperin (person)

Kohs, Ellis (person)

Ellis B. Kohs, composer and teacher, born May 12, 1916, in Chicago. Kohs received his early musical training at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and studied with Olga Samarof Stokowski at the Juilliard School in New York City. He earned an M.A. degree at the University of Chicago (1938) and then attended Harvard University. During World War II, Kohs served in the U.S. Army as director of the all-African American 334th Army Forces Services Band, at Fort Benning (Georgia). After the war he ...

Phil Woods (person)

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Goffredo Petrassi (person)

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Joseph Clokey (person)

Duarte, John W. (person)

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Chicago (person)

Healy Willan (person)

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Cathy Cameron (person)

Hummel, Johann Nepomuk, 1778-1837 (person)

Austrian composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed from Hummel to Sir George Smart, London, 1833 Apr. 10. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122369537 Austrian pianist, composer, teacher, and conductor. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Weimar Dec. 12 1822, to Cappi & Diabelli in Vienna, 1822 Dec. 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270666515 From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Stuttgart Oct. 31 ...

Sidney Forrest (person)

Reed, H. Owen, 1910-2014 (person)

Composed 1940. First performance as Overture: 1940, Rochester, N.Y, Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson conductor.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Overture / Owen Reed. [19--] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 53706507 ...

Peter Mennin (person)

Flor Peeters (person)

Bizet, ... (person)

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Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (person)

Chou, Wen-chung (person)

UNC Chamber Orchestra (corporateBody)

Chapel Hill Young People's Orchestra (corporateBody)

Jacques Duphly (person)

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Seymour Simons (person)

Francis Whang (person)

Dave Barduhn (person)

Cherubini (person)

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Moore, Undine S. (person)

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Michael, David Moritz, 1751-1827 (person)

Fritz Whang (person)

Jan Williams (person)

Janet Schweiger (person)

Richard Strauss (person)

Johann Friedrich Fasch (person)

Chris Stamey (person)

Phil Warren (person)

Pamela Harris (person)

22 October 1974 (person)

Ambrose Thomas (person)

Tim Thompson (person)

Schultz, Claire K. (person)

Information retrieval systems expert and information science professor. From the description of Claire K. Schultz papers, ca. 1948-1980. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 62685522 Claire K. Schultz was a leading figure in the development of automated information retrieval systems in the mid-to-late twentieth century. She became acquainted with automated information retrieval as librarian for Merck, Sharp and Dome between 1949 and 1957. ...

Darius, Milhaud (person)

Cecil Cohen (person)

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Josquin, des Prez, -1521 (person)

Allan Smith (person)

Leonard Moss (person)

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Clark, Terry (person)

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Hugo Distler (person)

Federico Moreno-Torroba (person)

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dept. of Music. (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Music was established in 1919 with the appointment of Paul John Weaver as Professor of Music. Prior to that time the study and performance of music in the University had been sporadic. Before 1900, according to L. R. Wilson, there had been an occasional glee club, a University quartet, and late in the 1890s a choral group directed by Dr. Karl P. Harrington, Professor of Latin. For music at events such as commencements, th...

M. Valls (person)

J. J. Johnson (person)

Robert Curnow (person)

Gerhard Herz (person)

Donald Currier (person)

Busoni, ... (person)

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Elliot Schwartz (person)

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Don Ellis (person)

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North Carolina String Quartet (corporateBody)

Thomas McGuire (person)

Charles Koechlin (person)

Alec Wilder (person)

Elizabeth Tanner (person)

Davies, Ivor R. M. (person)

University Chamber Singers (corporateBody)

Albert, J. Ross, 1922- (person)

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (person)

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy. Thematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis der musikalischen Werke (MWV). Studien-Ausgabe von Ralf Wehner (Wiesbaden, 2009), Anh. B. From the description of Beethoven's pianoforte sonata in A♭. Op. 26 (no. 12) / arranged in score ... entirely in autograph of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. [1834] (University of Leeds, Brotherton Library). WorldCat record id: 421364937 Nos. 1 and 2 composed 1847, part of an unfinished string quartet. No. 3 composed 1843, ...

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Women's Choir (corporateBody)

Deborah Heid (person)

Bernard Rogers (person)

Clementi, ... (person)

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Bobby Meyer (person)

Leopold Charlier (person)

Elizabeth Lawrence (person)

Caroline Bell (person)

Michael Horvit (person)

Ben Weber (person)

Les Hooper (person)

Chico O' Farrill (person)

Roger Anderson (person)

António, Lauro, 1942- (person)

Dorothy Alden (person)

University Symphony Orchestra (corporateBody)

Steve Sample (person)

Catherine Cameron Bull (person)

Gordon Graff (person)

Yehudi Wyner (person)

Donna Laney (person)

Elijah Rock (person)

Lee Orr (person)

Susan Black (person)

Post, Carol Lei (person)

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Cesti, Pietro Antonio (person)

Evelyn Macher Draper (person)

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Robert De Cormier (person)

Mahler, ... (person)

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Edward Lawrence (person)

UNC Varsity Men's Glee Club. (corporateBody)

The SATB Quartet (corporateBody)

Vincent Persichetti (person)

Eugene Schweiger (person)

Jarrett, Jack M. (Jack Marius), 1934- (person)

Originally composed for string quartet 1957. Transcribed same year. First performance Rochester, New York, 3 May 1957, Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson conductor. Awarded 3rd Prize in the Edward Benjamin Contest for Quiet Music at Eastman School of Music, 3 May 1957.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Serenade / Jack Jarret. 1957. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52433131 ...

Robert Cuckson (person)

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Rimski-Korsakov (person)

Michael Hennagin (person)

Marchetto Cara (person)

Elliot Carter (person)

UNC Jazz Laboratory Band (corporateBody)

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Vaclav Nelhybel (person)

E. E. Cummings (person)

Marty Paich (person)

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Albert, Prince Consort, consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1861 (person)

Royal consort of Queen Victoria. From the description of Albert, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, correspondence, 1853-1935. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79423552 Places: England Title: Prince Consort of Queen Victoria British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000472.0x000032 ...

Moore, James L., 1934- (person)

Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (person)

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Anonymous (person)

The author of this volume informed his correspondents about the trade of pepper and rum in New York between November and December 1801. He also did business in Philadelphia, Boston, and Baltimore. From the guide to the New York Mercantile letter book, 1801, (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan) This volume contains copied passages from several sources, including the works of John Locke, histories of England and Europe, and treatises on religion. F...

Ann Marie Werz (person)

Novacek (person)

David, Johann Nepomuk, 1895-1977 (person)

Marvin Hamlisch (person)

Kazuo Fukushima (person)

Wayne Zarr (person)

Rameau, ... (person)

Epithet: notary, of Paris British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000799.0x000270 ...

Ellison, Ross Wesley (person)

Diana Smith (person)

James Skopinski (person)

Raymond Rhea (person)

Moussorgsky (person)

J. S. Bach (person)

Earl Myers (person)

Julie Finchun (person)

Jester Hairston (person)

Kenneth R. Bruggers (person)

Dawson, William L. (William Levi), 1886-1970 (person)

This man is not the William L. Dawson who was born in 1899 and died in 1990. From the description of William L. Dawson papers 1943-1970. (Chicago History Museum). WorldCat record id: 715390776 African American politician and U.S. representative, of Chicago, Ill.; first African American to head a committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. From the description of William Levi Dawson papers, 1938-1970. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70971640 ...

Chapel Hill Choral Club (corporateBody)

The Chapel Hill Choral Club operated under the aegis of the Music Department of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Its members were drawn from both the University and the surrounding communities. From 1949 to 1963, Joel Carter, a professor in the Music Department was the Club's musical director. From the description of Chapel Hill Choral Club records, 1925-1966 (bulk 1948-1963) [manuscript]. (Oceanside Free Library). WorldCat record id: 50778285 ...

Donna Robertson (person)

James, Weldon (person)

W.B. James (1912-1985) was a reporter, editor, U.S. Marine Corps Colonel, and native of Sumter County, S.C.; graduate, 1933, of Furman University, and Nieman Fellow, 1939-1940, at Harvard; high school teacher in Greenville, S.C., 1933-1934; reporter for "Greenville Piedmont" newspaper, 1934-1937; in 1937, joined United Press staff in Shanghai, China; appointed bureau manager in Nanking; aboard the USS Panay when bombed by Japanese in 1937; transferred to Spain and Washington, D.C.; ...

David, John (person)

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Kim Richmond (person)

Copeland (person)

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Stravinsky (person)

Giacomo Carissimi (person)

UNC-Greensboro Women's Choir (corporateBody)

Lillian P. Pruett (person)

Leopold Kozeluh (person)

Robert Jones (person)

Pierre Passereau (person)

Kay Tuttle (person)

William Chicurel (person)

Ambroise Thomas (person)

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Jim Briscoe (person)

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Michael Head (person)

Peter Barton (person)

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Evel Box (person)

Ray, Brown (person)

Paganini (person)

Bennett, Robert Russell (person)

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Alfred Burt (person)

Stephen, Lee (person)

Victor Ewald (person)

Shostakovitch (person)

Villa Lobos (person)

Don Piestrup (person)

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Griffes, Charles Tomlinson, 1884-1920 (person)

Originally composed for piano 1916 as No. 4 of Roman Sketches, Op. 7. Later transcribed for orchestra. First performance of orchestral version Philadelphia, 19 December 1919, Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski conductor.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Clouds / Charles T. Griffes. [19--?] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52093517 American composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [New York], ...

Alan Raph (person)

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950 (person)

Poet and author. From the description of Edna St. Vincent Millay papers, 1832-1992 (bulk 1900-1950). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71066360 American poet. From the description of ALS : Camden, Maine, to Eleanor Morgan Patterson, 1916 June 15. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122442927 From the description of Photograph of Edna St. Vincent Millay [manuscript], 1920 August. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812089 ...

Berg, Maria (person)

Chamber Singers (corporateBody)

J. MacLellan (person)

Georg Muffat (person)

Robert Schumann (person)

Bob Morgan (person)

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Rachmaninov (person)

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Boccherini, Giovanni Gastone (person)

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Beck-Nielsen, Claus, 1963-.... (person)

Albert Roussel (person)

Gosse, ... (person)

Tagore D. Barison (person)

Reynoldo Hahn (person)

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Poser (person)

Beck, John Ness, 1930-1987 (person)

John Johnson (person)

Sweelinck (person)

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Stringham, Edwin J. (person)

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Enriquez de Valderrabano (person)

Ponce, Manuel María, 1874-1966 (person)

Mais, Chester L. (person)

Charles Knox (person)

UNC Jazz Band (corporateBody)

Anthony Cirone (person)

Sidney Forest (person)

Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974 (person)

Duke Ellington (b. Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, 1899, Washington, DC–d. May 24, 1974, New York, NY) was a composer, pianist, and jazz orchestra leader. He began piano lessons at 7 and wrote his first composition, "Soda Fountain Rag", in 1914. Ellington became a more serious piano student as a teenager after hearing poolroom pianists in Washington, DC. Ellington moved to Harlem, ultimately becoming part of the Harlem Renaissance in the early 1920s. He began a regular booking at the Cott...

Ernst Krenek (person)

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Barbara Hulka (person)

Collier Jones (person)

Hiatt, Iva Dee (person)

Iva Dee Hiatt was a Professor of Music at Smith College, music director of the Cambridge Society for Early Music, and director of the Choral Institute. From the description of Iva Dee Hiatt papers, 1937-1980. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 431442780 ...

Ron Nelson (person)

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Johnson, David N. (David Neal) (person)

Alexander Arutunian (person)

Lynn Eisenberg (person)

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Francesco Cilea (person)

Gail Allen (person)

Karen Ervin (person)

Maurice Hinson (person)

Sharon Shell (person)

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Simpson, Eugene Thamon, 1932- (person)

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Klausmeyer, Sue T. (person)

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Composed 1959. First performance Rochester, New York, 23 March 1959, Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson conductor. Dedicated to the composer's mother and father. Second movement (under the title Night Song) won second prize in the Contest for Tranquil Music, 1959.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Symphony no. 2 on American Indian themes / Emma Lou Diemer. 1959. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 43981469 Commissioned unde...

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