I. Solo Recital: Sunday, April 28, 2013, 7:30 p.m., UNCG Recital Hall. Sonata Concertante, (Walter Hartley); Romanza Appassionata , (Carl Maria von Weber); Ballade for Bass Clarinet, (Eugène Bozza); Sonatine, pour Trombone et Piano (Jacques Castérède); Cinq melodies de Venise, op. 58 (Gabriel Fauré).
II. Solo Recital: Sunday, March 2, 2014, 3:30 p.m., UNCG Recital Hall. Red Dragonfly, (Amy Riebs Mills); Sieben frühe Lieder , (Alban Berg); Capriccio da camera, Op. 35 (Bernhard Krol).
III. Solo Recital: Sunday, November 16, 2014, 1:30 p.m., UNCG Recital Hall. Fanfare, (John Kenny); Sonata, for trombone and piano (Eric Ewazen); Fünf Lieder, (Witold Lutoslawski); Fandango, for trumpet, trombone and piano, (Joseph Turrin).
IV. Lecture Recital: Friday, February 27, 2015, 3:30 p.m., UNCG Organ Hall. Drei Gesänge von Goethe, "Mit einem gemalten Band," (Ludwig von Beethoven); Sieben frühe Lieder, "Die Nachtigall," (Alban Berg); Fünf Lieder, "Dzwony cerkiewne," (Witold Lutoslawski).
V. D.M.A. Recital Document. SONG SETS BY BEETHOVEN, BERG, AND LUTOSLAWSKI: TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR TROMBONE AND PIANO WITHIN A LECTURE RECITAL. The purpose of this project was to transcribe and adapt idiomatic songs for the trombone and present the songs in a lecture recital that demonstrated the efficacy of the vocal works as literature for the trombone. The song sets chosen for this project represent three different periods of music composition, from Romantic to mid-twentieth century. The Romantic song set of Drei Gesänge von Goethe by Ludwig von Beethoven was chosen to best display the melodic and vocal quality of the trombone. Sieben frühe Lieder by Alban Berg was chosen to demonstrate the chromatic capability of the trombone as a melodic instrument. The tonal and dynamic ranges of the trombone, as well as its rhythmic and articulation abilities were exercised in Fünf Lieder by Witold Lutoslawski.
|Advisor:||Kohlenberg, Randy B.|
|Commitee:||AsKew, Dennis W., Locke, John R., Young, Welborn E.|
|School:||The University of North Carolina at Greensboro|
|Department:||School of Music, Theatre, and Dance: Music|
|School Location:||United States -- North Carolina|
|Source:||DAI-A 76/11(E), Dissertation Abstracts International|
|Keywords:||Beethoven, Ludwig van, Berg, Alban, Lieder, Lutoslawski, Witold, Song sets, Transcriptions, Trombone, Vocal music|
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