university of north texas symphony orchestra

After 31 years as Associate Concertmaster of the National Symphony in Washington of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of North Texas. He has performed as soloist with the South Bend Symphony, the UNCG Symphony, Further studies in musicology were undertaken at the University of North. Orchestra and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. In the fall of 2015, Dr. Laursen completed her DMA in Horn Performance from University of North Texas.

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University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra

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    Dr. Logan Place

    Instructor of High Brass & Undergraduate Coordinator

     

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    Logan PlaceInstructor of Trumpet, Dr. Logan Place joined the faculty at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2007. Prior to his appointment he worked as an active freelance musician and teacher in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and Arkansas. Dr. Place holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, a Masters degree in Trumpet Performance from the University of North Texas, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Trumpet Performance from the University of North Texas. His primary trumpet instructors were Douglas Lockard, James Buckner, Richard Giangiulio, and Keith Johnson.

    Dr. Place has performed with numerous orchestras, wind ensembles, and chamber groups. He is currently Third Trumpet in the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra and Third Trumpet in the Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra in Biloxi, Mississippi. Other groups he has performed with include the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Mobile Symphony Orchestra, Jefferson Performing Arts Society, Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Allen Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra at Park Cities, and Little Rock Wind Symphony. Additionally he can be heard on recordings with the University of North Texas Wind Symphony, University of North Texas Symphonic Band, and the University of North Texas Baroque Orchestra. As an active Baroque Trumpet performer, Dr. Place has performed with the Orchestra of New Spain and the University of North Texas Baroque Orchestra. In 2005 Dr. Place won the Fantini Division of the Baroque Trumpet Competition held every year as a part of the National Trumpet Competition in Fairfax, Virginia.

    During the summer, Dr. Place serves on the faculty at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, Michigan. He had adjudicated for the National Trumpet Competition, Louisiana Music Educators Association All-State Band & Orchestra, and the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Band & Orchestra. Dr. Place also maintains an active performing and teaching schedule around the United States. Dr. Place is a frequent contributor to the International Trumpet Guild Journal as a reviewer of recordings, new music, and books.

    Dr. Place currently services as the undergraduate coordinator for the Department of Music and Performing Arts, the departmental webmaster, and performs with the University's brass quintet, Southeastern Brass. He also developed the 100% online section of the Introduction to Music course. Dr. Place is a member of the International Trumpet Guild, the College Music Society, Kappa Kappa Psi, and Pi Kappa Lambda.

    Источник: http://www.southeastern.edu/acad_research/depts/mus/faculty/bio/place.html

    University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra

    1924–1925Raymond Stubblefield Riggs (1884–1933);[2] In 1926, Riggs moved on to become head of the Department of Wind Instruments at the College of Music and Arts located at 4400 Gaston Avenue, Dallas, Texas (founded 1926).[3]1925–1927Amos Elbert Barksdale (1894–1963); born and raised in Chico, TX, was a graduate of Baylor University (BA 1921) and in 1930, studied at the University of Chicago. 1927–1944Floyd Freeman Graham (1902–1974); Although the Symphony Orchestra had existed since 1924, it gave its first public performance under the direction of Floyd Graham in 1927. Beginning that same year, student musicians received college credit for participation. In the fall of 1939, when the School of Music was experiencing a surge in enrollment, the caliber of student musicians in the Symphony rose and deepened.[4] The orchestra performed several times a year and was regarded as outstanding.[5]1936–1944Robert Lincoln Marquis, Jr. (1910–1990), conducted the symphony orchestra during the summers. He was the son of the former UNT President Robert Lincoln Marquis (1880–1934). Robert Marquis, Jr.'s, mother, Mrs. R. L. Marquis (née Lula Mae Parkey; 1878–1957), held two degrees in music: a Bachelor of Music from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music from Southern Methodist University. Mrs. Marquis was a native of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee,[6] near the vicinity of earlier residences of two former UNT Music administrators, Eliza Jane McKissack (1828–1900) and Sallie Thornley (1854–1921). 1944–1947Joseph Kirshbaum (1911–1996) was a violinist, composer, conductor, and an alumnus of Yale (bachelors and masters), where he also had taught. He is the father of Ralph Kirshbaum, cellist. He had joined the North Texas faculty in 1944.[7] Before joining the faculty, Kirshbaum had directed the Messiah Festival Orchestra of Lindsborg, KS. And before that, he had organized and directed the Oberlin Conservatory String Orchestra. He also had taught strings at Cornell. His wife, Gertrude Morris Kirshbaum (1912-1973) taught harp at Texas Woman's University. Kirshbaum, for 25 years, was a celebrated conductor of the East Texas Symphony Orchestra. He retired from the ETSO in 1978.[8][9][10][11][12]1947–1948Walter Hutchinson Hodgson, PhD (1904–1988), was the Dean (see University of North Texas College of Music) 1948–1972George Ellers Morey, PhD (1915–1995), conducted the University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra for 25 years. He earned an Artist Diploma from the Curtis Institute and graduate degrees from the University of Illinois and the University of Iowa. An influential teacher and mentor to generations of musicians throughout his distinguished career at North Texas, he served as Professor of Flute and taught viola and composition. He retired in 1980 as Professor Emeritus. Morey was one of five faculty members hired by the Acting Dean Walter Hodgson in 1947, along with Gene Hall (professor of "Dance Band"), Frank McKinley, and Dorothy Young. Morey also researched ways to reach children with autism through music 1973–1982Anshel Brusilow (1928-2018) inherited a high caliber symphony, and transformed it into an internationally acclaimed student orchestra. University concerts under his direction never performed to less than capacity audiences; and the capacity overflow – people sitting on the floor and in the isles, even on the stage and in the wings – amplified the urgency to build a long overdue larger, superior concert hall. The Murchison Performing Arts Center, which houses Winspear Auditorium (a 928-seat & 97 choral seat concert hall) and a 400-seat Lyric Opera Theater. Brusilow also greatly intensified and expanded orchestral conducting studies.

    Brusilow made his Philadelphia Orchestra debut on violin in 1944. He served as Concertmaster of the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra (1954–1955); served as associate Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra (1955–1959); served as concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra (under Eugene Ormandy) (1959–1966); founded and conducted the Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra (1961–1965); conducted the Philadelphia Chamber Symphony (1966–1971); served as an Executive Director and Conducted the Dallas Symphony (1971–1973).[13] Brusilow entered the Curtis Institute at age 11, and attended Philadelphia Musical Academy at sixteen, becoming the youngest conducting student ever accepted by Pierre Monteux.

    1982–1984Geoffrey Simon (born 1946) is a prolific conductor, originally from Australia, with several acclaimed recordings with major orchestras. Simon conducted the UNT Symphony, as well as the Opera orchestra, and taught conducting. Simon was a former student of Herbert von Karajan, Rudolf Kempe, Hans Swarowsky, and Igor Markevich. 1984–1989Serge R. Zehnacker, born in Alsace, France, conducted the university orchestras as well as the opera orchestra and taught conducting. Zehnacker led a distinguished career as a conductor and after North Texas, from 1989 to 2006, conducted and taught for 17 years at the North Carolina School of the Arts. 1989–2008Anshel Brusilow (1928-2018) returned to conduct the UNT Symphony and teach conducting, filling the longest artistic appointment of his life. Before returning, he had served as Professor and Director of the Symphony Orchestra at Southern Methodist University. His tenure at North Texas was highly acclaimed and spanned 28 years. 2008–presentDavid Chester Itkin (born 1957) became the conductor of the UNT Symphony in the fall of 2008. He holds a bachelors (1980) and master's degree (1982) from the Eastman School of Music.
    Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_North_Texas_Symphony_Orchestra

    Hailed by Kurt Masur as "one of the most talented young conductors of his generation," THOMAS HONG enjoys the distinction of being one of many successful protégés of the great Maestro.  Having won titled positions with the Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Seattle Symphony Orchestras as well as Orchestre National de France, Hong has conducted countless concerts with those orchestras, ranging from classical, community, education and pops concerts.  Presently, he is the artistic director and conductor of the University of Pennsylvania Orchestras.  Recent activities include being principal conductor for the inaugural season of the DSO on the  "GO" series with the Dallas Symphony, performing in neighboring venues of the North Texas area, and a re-engagement with the Utah Symphony, where he was the conductor for the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition in Salt Lake City.

    Orchestras that Hong has conducted in the past include the Utah, Fort Worth, Virginia, Richmond, Spokane, and Winnepeg Symphonies as well as the Seoul, Buffalo, and Lutosławski Philharmonics.  More recent invitations include the Berlin Symphony, North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Siciliana and Cairo Symphony Orchestra.  Among his operatic and vocal performances are Copland's The Tenderland, Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, and Donizetti's L'exisir d'Amore at the Wortham Opera Theatre in Houston.  Awards that Hong has received include the Leopold Stokowski Felowship, the Whitaker Opera Prize and a residency aware by the Brahms society of Baden-Baden.  His latest recording was from the show "From the Top" with pianist/host Christopher O'Riley and the DSO at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

    Hong was born in Incheon, Korea and immigrated to the United States with his family.  He began his musical training as a pianist with Dr. Samuel Hsu at Cairn University.  Later, he went on to earn a Master's degree in choral conducting at Temple University and an artist diploma in orchestral conducting from The Curtis Institute of Music, studying with Maestros Alan Harler and Otto Werner Meuller, respectively.  He concluded his artistic training with Larry Rachleff at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music.  Currently, Hong lives in Philadelphia with his wife Rachel Ku and their daughter Esther. 

    Contact: [email protected]

    Источник: https://music.sas.upenn.edu/ensembles/penn-symphony-orchestra

    WT Festival of Lights to Return with Winter Carnival on Dec. 2 

    Copy by Chip Chandler, 806-651-2124, [email protected]

    CANYON, Texas — A beloved 30-year holiday tradition will return in an expanded format Dec. 2 as West Texas A&M University’s Christmas lights officially are illuminated for the season.

    Festival of Lights will kick off at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 2 on the Charles K. and Barbara Kerr Vaughn Pedestrian Mall, north of Old Main and near the Hayward Spirit Tower.

    This year’s festival will be a winter carnival packed with family-friendly activities and holiday music by the WT Chamber Singers.

    It’s part of a busy weekend of holiday activities in Canyon. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum’s Christmas Open House will run 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 4, and Canyon Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas in Canyon events will kick off at 12:30 p.m. Dec. 4, concluding with the Parade of Lights at 6:30 p.m. around the downtown square.

    Plus, the WT Symphony Orchestra’s annual holiday concert, “Music of the Christmas Season,” will be held at 4 and 7 p.m. Dec. 5 in Mary Moody Northen Recital Hall. Admission is free, but tickets are required.

    “Festival of Lights, especially with our new carnival, reminds all of us of the beauty right here on our very own campus,” said Grayson Burch, vice president of external affairs for the WT Residence Hall Association, which hosts the event.

    The highlight of the festivities is the official lighting of the campus. More than 82,000 lights will twinkle all around the Canyon campus.

    Festival of Lights also will include a hot chocolate bar, gingerbread cookie decorating and games including snowman lawn bowling, an artificial snowball fight and a reindeer ring toss. The WT Alumni Association will offer Christmas card decorating. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum will hand out candy canes, and the WT Hispanic Student Association will collect for its One Toy One Dream toy drive for underprivileged children. Bucky, WT’s official mascot, will be dressed for the holidays at a photo booth, as well.

    The lighting ceremony will include remarks from WT President Walter V. Wendler; Canyon Mayor Gary Hinders; Bryan Garcia, Student Government Association president and junior health sciences major from Childress; and Burch.

    Festival of Lights began in 1990 and, other than 2020, has held annually as the Residence Hall Association’s longest-running tradition.

    WT’s relationship to the community is a critical maxim of the University’s long-range plan, WT 125: From the Panhandle to the World. That plan is fueled by the historic, $125 million One West comprehensive fundraising campaign.

    About West Texas A&M University

    WT is located in Canyon, Texas, on a 342-acre residential campus. Established in 1910, the University has been part of The Texas A&M University System since 1990. WT, a Hispanic Serving Institution since 2016, boasts an enrollment of about 10,000 and offers 60 undergraduate degree programs, 40 master’s degrees and two doctoral degrees. The University is also home to the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, the largest history museum in the state and the home of one of the Southwest’s finest art collections. The Buffaloes are a member of the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference and offers 14 men’s and women’s athletics programs.

    Источник: https://theprairienews.com/27615/press-releases/wt-festival-of-lights-to-return-with-winter-carnival-on-dec-2/

    University of North Texas College of Music: Ranking, Acceptance Rate, Tuition, and More

    The University of North Texas has outstanding programs all around and is one of the largest music conservatories in the world. The first music school to offer a jazz degree in performance, the school is home to the premier jazz ensemble, One O’Clock Band, which has been nominated for six Grammy Awards!

    Although the music program is large, this is offset by over 1,000 performances per academic year, giving music students ample opportunities to participate in ensembles and concerts. Because the UNT College of Music is a comprehensive music school, they offer something for just about everyone from bachelor’s degrees to the doctoral level.

    The school is founded on innovation, from the first jazz degree program developed in the 1940s, the school has gone on to create a unique Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia.

    Proving, once again, the school offers the chance to develop as a musician and the opportunity to collaborate and learn from various musical genres.

    Past alumni include Pat Boone, Kristopher Carter (Emmy Award winning composer for the Batman Beyond series), and Jeff Coffin (saxophonist for the Dave Matthews Band).

    In addition to talented musicians, UNT has a solid focus on academics and is home to one of the nation’s largest music libraries with seven full-time librarians and approximately thirty full- and part-time staff!

    The school offers a somewhat modest amount of scholarship per year. In 2016, the College of Music awarded $945,512 in merit scholarships to over a third of its students; however, don’t let the scholarships offered deter you.

    The UNT College of Music has a very reasonable cost when you consider tuition and room & board runs $31,363 for out-of-state students and $22,003 for in-state students.

    As a result, $10,000 in scholarships at UNT will go a lot further when compared to other schools where the approximate cost of tuition and room & board can be as high as $65,000 per year!

    You can find a helpful list of scholarship opportunities at UNT here.

    The University of North Texas opened its doors in 1890 and music was part of the school’s curriculum from its founding; however, the School of Music restructured in 1995.

    Although they considered restructuring a conservatory, they believed the college model allowed them to combine academic research, performance, composition, and musical training to best suit its students and preserve a cross-disciplinary approach across all areas within the College of Music and the University.

    Because the College of Music is a comprehensive music school, one of the top traditional jazz performance schools in the country, provides ample performance opportunities, and has an extremely reasonable cost, we regard UNT very highly at Music School Central.


    Acceptance Rate

    According to the admissions department, the acceptance rate at the UNT College of Music varies from year to year and by each department. On average, the University of North Texas admits approximately 61% of its applicants; however, the College of Music is much more selective and the acceptance rate is one in six students according to the North Texas Daily, which makes the acceptance rate at the UNT College of Music 16.6%.

    As with all applications to music school, keep in mind sometimes the numbers just don’t work to your advantage. For example, teachers can only take on a certain number of students for a given instrument each year.

    In these cases, musicians who apply for maxed-out studios are usually refunded their application fee and told no one who plays their instrument will be accepted that particular year.


    Tuition & Fees

    Because the UNT College of Music is a state university, the tuition varies for Texas residents and non-residents.

    For undergraduate non-residents, the cost of tuition is $19,090 per year and the cost for residents is $9,730. For both residents and non-residents, the cost of room, board, and other expenses is approximately $12,273.

    For graduate students, the out-of-state cost is slightly over $10,000 per year and $5,000 for residents; however, keep in mind the UNT College of Music provides its graduates with ample funding through teaching assistantships and fellowships.

    You can find a helpful breakdown of the UNT College of Music expenses and a wonderful comparison of the cost of music school by institution here.

    You can apply for in-state residency at UNT, but there is no loophole for residency for tuition purposes and you must prove conclusive evidence of your intent to live and work in Texas. You can find more information about applying for residency here.

    Keep in mind, for both residents and non-residents, the cost of tuition at the UNT College of Music make the school extremely attractive. Here, you’ll receive an excellent music education while avoiding significant debt after you graduate.


    Requirements and Admissions Tips

    To apply to the University of North Texas College of Music, you must first apply and be accepted by the university before you can join the UNT College of Music. In the general application, you must submit SAT or ACT scores.

    To begin your application to UNT you can apply online directly through the school or you can apply using the common application.

    Once you apply to UNT, you will receive an EUID and pin, which allows you to move to the next step of applying to the College of Music. Note: the process takes several weeks, so make sure you start early as the UNT College of Music gives preference to applications received by the first Monday in December.

    Once you have your EUID and pin, you can apply to the College of Music here. To see if your department requires you to upload screening samples to your application, you can find more about each department here including contact information.

    Not all departments require students to submit screening material; however, all departments require an in-person audition or interview if your application is selected. You can find a list of audition requirements by department here.

    The UNT College of Music offers the following undergraduate majors: Performance, General / Choral and Instrumental Music Education leading to teaching certification, Composition, Music Theory, Music History, Bachelor of Arts, and Jazz Studies.

    Further, they offer training in the following instruments/voice: Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Double Bass, Euphonium, Flute, Classical Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, Horn, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Trombone (Bass), Trombone (Tenor), Trumpet, Tuba, Viola, Violin, and Voice.

    While the school does not have a dedicated electronic music program, students accepted into the composition department have access to the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia, which focuses on the realm of electroacoustic music.

    For students wishing to pursue higher degrees, you can find details about the application to the Graduate School here.

    If you are accepted to audition at the UNT College of Music, I would recommend you schedule a lesson with a faculty member in the department you are interested in enrolling into at the UNT College of Music prior to your audition. Knowing how a specific teacher works with you is critical for determining if a school is a good fit. Also, if they like you and your playing in your lesson together, your chance for getting in might be higher. Keep in mind this is only a recommendation and not a fact in every instance.


    Notable Alumni

    The list of UNT College of Music alumni is impressive.

    Graduates from the College of Music can be found on prominent orchestras and opera companies such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Chorus, the Metropolitan Opera and the Royal Opera House.

    Grammy Award winners including Don Henley of The Eagles, singer/songwriter Norah Jones, and composer Michael Dougherty one of the most commissioned, performed, and recorded composers on the American concert scene.

    You can find an detailed list of UNT College of Music alumni here.


    Faculty

    The faculty at the UNT College of Music are internationally recognized performers, composers, and scholars dedicated to providing students with a rich musical environment through private lessons, large and small ensembles, and highly interactive classes.

    The more the 100 full-time faculty and 200 adjunct faculty include: Richard DeRosa of the Jazz Department and Grammy Award nominee for Best Instrumental Composition for Neil; pianist, recording artist, and composer Anthony Molinaro winner of the Naumburg International Piano Competition with his performance of the first movement of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3; and visiting Opera and Stage Director David Ward known as one of America’s leading basso buffos.

    You can find the complete directory of UNT College of Music faculty here.


    Similar Schools & Ranking

    A school similar to the University of North Texas College of Music would be a large music school with a reasonable tuition cost. My picks for schools similar to the UNT College of Music in the US would be top jazz programs in major universities – Michigan, USC, and Indiana all come to mind.

    At Music School Central, we rank the UNT College of Music among the top 10 – 15 schools in the country for music overall.

    Recently, we ranked it among the very best “bang-for-your-buck” colleges here.

    Please keep in mind, music school rankings are subjective. Although a school might be highly ranked, only you and your preferences will allow you to make the right choice and, of course, we can help you make the right decision here at Music School Central.

    Filed Under: Blog, School Profiles

    Источник: https://musicschoolcentral.com/university-of-north-texas-college-of-music-ranking-acceptance-rate-tuition-and-more/
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    Mass in C Major, Op. 86 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

    I. Kyrie (Live)

    00:04:28

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    II. Gloria (Live)

    00:09:03

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    III. Credo (Live)

    00:10:19

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    IV. Sanctus (Live)

    00:09:25

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    V. Angus Dei (Live)

    00:07:09

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    O praise the Lord with one consent, HWV 254 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

    V. With Cheerful Notes (Live)

    00:03:24

    George Frideric Handel, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    Missa brevis (Andrea Gabrieli)

    I. Kyrie (Live)

    00:04:39

    Andrea Gabrieli, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    3 Quartets, Op. 31 (Arr. for Choir & Piano) (Johannes Brahms)

    No. 1, Wechsellied zum Tanz [Live]

    00:06:07

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    No. 2, Neckereien [Live]

    00:02:21

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    No. 3, Der Ganz zum Liebchen [Live]

    00:03:46

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    All-Night Vigil, Op. 37 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

    VII. Glory Be to God (Sung in English) [Live]

    00:02:38

    Sergei Rachmaninoff, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    To Him We Sing (Live) (Robert Young)

    To Him We Sing (Live)

    00:02:39

    Robert Young, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    4 Robert Burns Poems (James Mulholland)

    No. 3, The Banks O'Doon (Live)

    00:03:51

    Unknown Artist, Artist - James Mulholland, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Mary Katherine Wright, Artist, MainArtist

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    Let Me Fly (Arr. R. De Cormier for Choir) [Live]

    Let Me Fly (Arr. R. De Cormier for Choir) [Live]

    00:02:40

    Brian McKinney, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    Make our Garden Grow (From "Candide") [Arr. for Choir & Piano] [Live] (Leonard Bernstein)

    Make our Garden Grow (From "Candide") [Arr. for Choir & Piano] [Live]

    00:03:54

    Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    Beethoven: Mass in C major, Op. 86

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    • Teresa Gomez (soprano), Rebecca Campbell (contralto), Kirby Taylor (tenor), Mark Edenfield (bass)
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    Handel: O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254

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    Gabrieli, A: Missa Brevis

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    Brahms: Quartette (3), Op. 31

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    Hailed by Kurt Masur as "one of the most talented young conductors of his generation," THOMAS HONG enjoys the distinction of being one of many successful protégés of the great Maestro.  Having won titled positions with the Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Seattle Symphony Orchestras as well as Orchestre National de France, Hong has conducted countless concerts with those orchestras, ranging from classical, community, education and pops concerts.  Presently, he is the artistic director and conductor of the University of Pennsylvania Orchestras.  Recent activities include being principal conductor for the inaugural season of the DSO on the  "GO" series with the Dallas Symphony, performing in neighboring venues of the North Texas area, and a re-engagement with the Utah Symphony, where he was the conductor for the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition in Salt Lake City.

    Orchestras that Hong has conducted in the past include the Utah, Fort Worth, Virginia, Richmond, Spokane, and Winnepeg Symphonies as well as the Seoul, Buffalo, and Lutosławski Philharmonics.  More recent invitations include the Berlin Symphony, North Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica di Siciliana and Cairo Symphony Orchestra.  Among his operatic and vocal performances are Copland's The Tenderland, Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, and Donizetti's L'exisir d'Amore at the Wortham Opera Theatre in Houston.  Awards that Hong has received include the Leopold Stokowski Felowship, the Whitaker Opera Prize and a residency aware by the Brahms society of Baden-Baden.  His latest recording was from the show "From the Top" with pianist/host Christopher O'Riley and the DSO at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

    Hong was born in Incheon, Korea and immigrated to the United States with his family.  He began his musical training as a pianist with Dr. Samuel Hsu at Cairn University.  Later, he went on to earn a Master's degree in choral conducting at Temple University and an artist diploma in orchestral conducting from The Curtis Institute of Music, studying with Maestros Alan Harler and Otto Werner Meuller, respectively.  He concluded his artistic training with Larry Rachleff at Rice University's Shepherd School of Music.  Currently, Hong lives in Philadelphia with his wife Rachel Ku and their daughter Esther. 

    Contact: [email protected]

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    University of North Texas College of Music: Ranking, Acceptance Rate, Tuition, and More

    The University of North Texas has outstanding programs all around and is one of the largest music conservatories in the world. The first music school to offer a jazz degree in performance, the school is home to the premier jazz ensemble, One O’Clock Band, which has been nominated for six Grammy Awards!

    Although the music program is large, this is offset by over 1,000 performances per academic year, giving music students ample opportunities to participate in ensembles and concerts. Because the UNT College of Music is a comprehensive music school, they offer something for just about everyone from bachelor’s degrees to the doctoral level.

    The school is founded on innovation, from the first jazz degree program developed in the 1940s, the school has gone on to create a unique Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia.

    Proving, once again, the school offers the chance to develop as a musician and the opportunity to collaborate and learn from various musical genres.

    Past alumni include Pat Boone, Kristopher Carter (Emmy Award winning composer for the Batman Beyond series), and Jeff Coffin (saxophonist for the Dave Matthews Band).

    In addition to talented musicians, UNT has a solid focus on academics and is home to one of the nation’s largest music libraries with seven full-time librarians and approximately thirty full- and part-time staff!

    The school offers a somewhat modest amount of scholarship per year. In 2016, the College of Music awarded $945,512 in merit scholarships to over a third of its students; however, don’t let the scholarships offered deter you.

    The UNT College of Music has a very reasonable cost when you consider tuition and room & board runs $31,363 for out-of-state students and $22,003 for in-state students.

    As a result, $10,000 in scholarships at UNT will go a lot further when compared to other schools where the approximate cost of tuition and room & board can be as high as $65,000 per year!

    You can find a helpful list of scholarship opportunities at UNT here.

    The University of North Texas opened its doors in 1890 and music was part of the school’s curriculum from its founding; however, the School of Music restructured in 1995.

    Although they considered restructuring a conservatory, they believed the college model allowed them to combine academic research, performance, composition, and musical training to best suit its students and preserve a cross-disciplinary approach across all areas within the College of Music and the University.

    Because the College of Music is a comprehensive music school, one of the top traditional jazz performance schools in the country, provides ample performance opportunities, and has an extremely reasonable cost, we regard UNT very highly at Music School Central.


    Acceptance Rate

    According to the admissions department, the acceptance rate at the UNT College of Music varies from year to year and by each department. On average, the University of North Texas admits approximately 61% of its applicants; however, the College of Music is much more selective and the acceptance rate is one in six students according to the North Texas Daily, which makes the acceptance rate at the UNT College of Music 16.6%.

    As with all applications to music school, keep in mind sometimes the numbers just don’t work to your advantage. For example, teachers can only take on a certain number of students for a given instrument each year.

    In these cases, musicians who apply for maxed-out studios are usually refunded their application fee and told no one who plays their instrument will be accepted that particular year.


    Tuition & Fees

    Because the UNT College of Music is a state university, the tuition varies for Texas residents and non-residents.

    For undergraduate non-residents, the cost of tuition is $19,090 per year and the cost for residents is $9,730. For both residents and non-residents, the cost of room, board, and other expenses is approximately $12,273.

    For graduate students, the out-of-state cost is slightly over $10,000 per year and $5,000 for residents; however, keep in mind the UNT College of Music provides its graduates with ample funding through teaching assistantships and fellowships.

    You can find a helpful breakdown of the UNT College of Music expenses and a wonderful comparison of the cost of music school by institution here.

    You can apply for in-state residency at UNT, but there is no loophole for residency for tuition purposes and you must prove conclusive evidence of your intent to live and work in Texas. You can find more information about applying for residency here.

    Keep in mind, for both residents and non-residents, the cost of tuition at the UNT College of Music make the school extremely attractive. Here, you’ll receive an excellent music education while avoiding significant debt after you graduate.


    Requirements and Admissions Tips

    To apply to the University of North Texas College of Music, you must first apply and be accepted by the university before you can join the UNT College of Music. In the general application, you must submit SAT or ACT scores.

    To begin your application to UNT you can apply online directly through the school or you can apply using the common application.

    Once you apply to UNT, you will receive an EUID and pin, which allows you to move to the next step of applying to the College of Music. Note: the process takes several weeks, so make sure you start early as the UNT College of Music gives preference to applications received by the first Monday in December.

    Once you have your EUID and pin, you can apply to the College of Music here. To see if your department requires you to upload screening samples to your application, you can find more about each department here including contact information.

    Not all departments require students to submit screening material; however, all departments require an in-person audition or interview if your application is selected. You can find a list of audition requirements by department here.

    The UNT College of Music offers the following undergraduate majors: Performance, General / Choral and Instrumental Music Education leading to teaching certification, Composition, Music Theory, Music History, Bachelor of Arts, and Jazz Studies.

    Further, they offer training in the following instruments/voice: Bassoon, Cello, Clarinet, Double Bass, Euphonium, Flute, Classical Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, Horn, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Trombone (Bass), Trombone (Tenor), Trumpet, Tuba, Viola, Violin, and Voice.

    While the school does not have a dedicated electronic music program, students accepted into the composition department have access to the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia, which focuses on the realm of electroacoustic music.

    For students wishing to pursue higher degrees, you can find details about the application to the Graduate School here.

    If you are accepted to audition at the UNT College of Music, I would recommend you schedule a lesson with a faculty member in the department you are interested in enrolling into at the UNT College of Music prior to your audition. Knowing how a specific teacher works with you is critical for determining if a school is a good fit. Also, if they like you and your playing in your lesson together, your chance for getting in might be higher. Keep in mind this is only a recommendation and not a fact in every instance.


    Notable Alumni

    The list of UNT College of Music alumni is impressive.

    Graduates from the College of Music can be found on prominent orchestras and opera companies such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Symphony Chorus, the Metropolitan Opera and the Royal Opera House.

    Grammy Award winners including Don Henley of The Eagles, singer/songwriter Norah Jones, and composer Michael Dougherty one of the most commissioned, performed, and recorded composers on the American concert scene.

    You can find an detailed list of UNT College of Music alumni here.


    Faculty

    The faculty at the UNT College of Music are internationally recognized performers, composers, and scholars dedicated to providing students with a rich musical environment through private lessons, large and small ensembles, and highly interactive classes.

    The more the 100 full-time faculty and 200 adjunct faculty include: Richard DeRosa of the Jazz Department and Grammy Award nominee for Best Instrumental Composition for Neil; pianist, recording artist, and composer Anthony Molinaro winner of the Naumburg International Piano Competition with his performance of the first movement of Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3; and visiting Opera and Stage Director David Ward known as one of America’s leading basso buffos.

    You can find the complete directory of UNT College of Music faculty here.


    Similar Schools & Ranking

    A school similar to the University of North Texas College of Music would be a large music school with a reasonable tuition cost. My picks for schools similar to the UNT College of Music in the US would be top jazz programs in major universities – Michigan, USC, and Indiana all come to mind.

    At Music School Central, we rank the UNT College of Music among the top 10 – 15 schools in the country for music overall.

    Recently, we ranked it among the very best “bang-for-your-buck” colleges here.

    Please keep in mind, music school rankings are subjective. Although a school might be highly ranked, only you and your preferences will allow you to make the right choice and, of course, we can help you make the right decision here at Music School Central.

    Filed Under: Blog, School Profiles

    Источник: https://musicschoolcentral.com/university-of-north-texas-college-of-music-ranking-acceptance-rate-tuition-and-more/

    Rice University Shepherd School of Music (Houston, TX)

    One of three Texas universities on this list, the Rice University Shepherd School of Music, is among the most selective university-based music programs in the country.

    Rice University provides significant contacts and opportunities to top classical musicians connected to the Houston Symphony and the Houston Grand opera.

    Alumni of Rice University have won orchestral positions in the nation’s top symphonies. These include the Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony, LA Philharmonic, and Cleveland Orchestra, among several others.


    University of North Texas School of Music (Denton, TX)

    The University of North Texas, abbreviated as UNT, is known as the “big band” school; its legendary jazz history extends several Grammy awards and alumni who have found success as band members and soloists worldwide.

    UNT is home to one of the most diverse symphony orchestras in any college, the aptly named University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra. In 2008, student musicians in the orchestra were from 25 different states and 12 different countries. 

    In a typical non-pandemic year, UNT hosts over 1,000 concerts a year, in part because of its large student body of more than 1,500 students!

    UNT’s program breaks down into roughly 2/3 undergraduate students and ⅓ graduate students.


    Eastman School of Music (Rochester, NY)

    Eastman’s musicians are among the most talented in the country. Their acceptance rate is routinely as low as approximately 10%! 

    Eastman has had a tremendous influence on the world of classical music. Alumni have won appointments in every major orchestra across the globe.  Several soloists who have achieved rarefied careers in music have also attended Eastman. They include opera stars Renee Fleming and Julia Bullock as well as jazz bass extraordinaire Ron Carter.

    Although Eastman’s classical music and jazz programs teach in a traditional and rigorous curriculum, Eastman finds ways to adapt to a new century of musicians. This includes the Institute for Music Leadership, a curriculum designed to help students think about how classical musicians make a living in an evolving society.

    Nearly every student who gets accepted to Eastman gets a significant merit-based scholarship, making it an attractive prospect for families seeking financial assistance.


    Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia, PA)

    Curtis is the most selective school in the entire country when including both music schools and traditional universities. 

    Accepting just 1 in every 25 applicants for an admissions rate of 4%, getting into Curtis is a dream for most musicians.

    Curtis is as small and exclusive as it gets; on top of the low acceptance rate, the entire student body is less than 160 total students! Curtis only takes enough musicians to fill a single orchestra as well as a handful of composers, pianists, singers, and conductors. 

    What makes Curtis so selective? On top of the prestige, it is one of the few music schools with zero tuition. 

    Curtis has strong ties to the Philadelphia Orchestra. Many faculty members at Curtis perform in the Philadelphia Orchestra, as do many alumni.


    Colburn School (Los Angeles, CA)

    Like Curtis before it, Colburn is one of the most prestigious small conservatories in the country for one primary reason: it’s free to attend!

    Like Curtis, it is exclusive; less than 7% of all applicants are admitted to Colburn.

    Colburn is perhaps the smallest independent music school in the entire world, having just enough students to fill one major orchestra. 

    Colburn is in downtown Los Angeles, just across the street from the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Colburn’s affiliation with the Los Angeles Philharmonic runs deep: several faculty members from Colburn also perform in the orchestra.

    Prominent soloists who graduated from Colburn include classical pianist David Fung and violinists Anne Akiko Meyers and Leila Josefowicz.


    Ithaca College School of Music (Ithaca, NY)

    A premier liberal arts college based in New York, Ithaca College’s School of Music is well-associated with music education and musical theatre. Indeed, Ithaca has a high number of alumni who star in Broadway musicals. Additionally, Ithaca has a near 100% placement rate in public schools for music education majors.

    Like other liberal arts colleges on this list, Ithaca is a primarily undergraduate institution, though their music school does serve graduate students.

    Financial aid is abundant at Ithaca; many accepted students receive substantial merit-based scholarships.


    California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, CA)

    CalArts has perhaps the broadest range of music majors available in any college in the country. While they have their traditional classical performance majors, they also have programs in African Music, Experimental Sound Practices, Experimental Pop, and North Indian Music, among dozens of other programs.

    CalArts is excellent for the student with the open mind, who wants to study multiple musical fields in college.

    It is also an excellent option for those who enjoy collaborating with other arts disciplines. Other prominent programs at CalArts include film, theatre, and dance.

    College Gazette

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    Mass in C Major, Op. 86 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

    I. Kyrie (Live)

    00:04:28

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    II. Gloria (Live)

    00:09:03

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    III. Credo (Live)

    00:10:19

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    IV. Sanctus (Live)

    00:09:25

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    V. Angus Dei (Live)

    00:07:09

    Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Rebecca Campbell, Artist, MainArtist - University of North Texas Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - Teresa Gomez, Artist, MainArtist - Mark Edenfield, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Kirby Taylor, Artist, MainArtist

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    O praise the Lord with one consent, HWV 254 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

    V. With Cheerful Notes (Live)

    00:03:24

    George Frideric Handel, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    Missa brevis (Andrea Gabrieli)

    I. Kyrie (Live)

    00:04:39

    Andrea Gabrieli, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    3 Quartets, Op. 31 (Arr. for Choir & Piano) (Johannes Brahms)

    No. 1, Wechsellied zum Tanz [Live]

    00:06:07

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    No. 2, Neckereien [Live]

    00:02:21

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    No. 3, Der Ganz zum Liebchen [Live]

    00:03:46

    Johannes Brahms, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    All-Night Vigil, Op. 37 (Serge Rachmaninoff)

    VII. Glory Be to God (Sung in English) [Live]

    00:02:38

    Sergei Rachmaninoff, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    To Him We Sing (Live) (Robert Young)

    To Him We Sing (Live)

    00:02:39

    Robert Young, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    4 Robert Burns Poems (James Mulholland)

    No. 3, The Banks O'Doon (Live)

    00:03:51

    Unknown Artist, Artist - James Mulholland, Composer - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist - Mary Katherine Wright, Artist, MainArtist

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    Let Me Fly (Arr. R. De Cormier for Choir) [Live]

    Let Me Fly (Arr. R. De Cormier for Choir) [Live]

    00:02:40

    Brian McKinney, Artist, MainArtist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    Make our Garden Grow (From "Candide") [Arr. for Choir & Piano] [Live] (Leonard Bernstein)

    Make our Garden Grow (From "Candide") [Arr. for Choir & Piano] [Live]

    00:03:54

    Leonard Bernstein, Composer - Unknown Artist, Artist - 1998 TMEA All-State Choir, Choir, MainArtist - Charles K. Smith, Conductor, MainArtist

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    About the album

    • 1 disc(s) - 15 track(s)
    • Total length: 01:16:23
    Источник: https://www.qobuz.com/fi-en/album/1998-texas-music-educators-association-tmea-all-state-choir-the-university-of-north-texas-symphony-orchestra-live-charles-k-smith-university-of-north-texas-symphony-orchestra-1998-tmea-all-state-choir/r3lb79tbdvj6a