Extended program notes for lecture/recital : the expansion of percussive writing in modern day wind ensemble repertoire
Master of Music (MM)
First Advisor's Name
Roby G. George
First Advisor's Committee Title
Second Advisor's Name
Michael J. Launius
Third Advisor's Name
John W. Augenblick
Fourth Advisor's Name
M Gregory Martin
Date of Defense
The purpose of the lecture/recital was to demonstrate how pioneering composers such as Vincent Persichetti, Karel Husa, Joseph Schwantner, Michael Colgrass, and David Maslanka helped create the modem day wind ensemble percussion section. The Lecture/Recital consisted of a demonstration of extended techniques used in each of these composers’ works for wind ensemble, which enabled the composers to add different colors and timbres to the music. The lecture also included illustrations of possible setups and the number of percussion instruments utilized for each composition. A performance of various excerpts from each work concluded the lecture/recital.
Flores, Teresa, "Extended program notes for lecture/recital : the expansion of percussive writing in modern day wind ensemble repertoire" (2006). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3491.
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