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61. CSIndy: Guild Bid To Benefit Area Musicians (August 7, 2003)
season of the Philharmonic will feature collaborations with Opera Theatre of theRockies and Colorado Springs Chorale; pianist william wolfram performing the
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The Colorado Springs Symphony Guild announced Saturday that it has bought the music library of the now-defunct Colorado Springs Symphony Orchestra for $101,000 at an auction held last week in Denver. The purchase, said Guild board member Jane Beeder, was made possible by a large grant from the CSSO Foundation. The Guild also announced that it would donate the library to Colorado College, which will house the library and make it available to orchestras in the Colorado Springs community, including the newly formed Colorado Springs Philharmonic. "We're delighted to be able to participate in keeping the music here," said Michael Grace, chairman of the music department at CC. "I love symphonic music and I think it's one of the most important attractions in Colorado Springs." Grace said the college would make the music available to local orchestras within the next few weeks for a nominal administrative fee that will pay for the college to hire a new music librarian. After a brief and heated labor dispute this past January, the 75-year-old CSSO filed for bankruptcy. All of its remaining assets including office equipment, some musical instruments and the music library were put up for auction to repay creditors.

62. Frank Almond | Violinist
of Mr. Almond s recording of the complete Brahms Sonatas, performed in collaborationwith pianist william wolfram, brought extraordinary critical acclaim.
Mr. Almond holds two degrees from the Juilliard School, where he studied with Dorothy Delay. He performs on the "Dushkin" violin made by Antonio Stradivari in 1701 and generously lent by a private donor through the Stradivari Society at Bein and Fushi in Chicago. nt by

63. Hungarian Cultural Garden
in the history of music, as composer and as pianist. Mayor Harry L. Davis formerCity Manager william R. Hopkins and Charles J. wolfram, president of
Hungarian Cultural Garden Hungarian Cultural Garden
For the promotion of the Hungarian Cultural Garden project, a Cultural Garden Committee of the United Hungarian Societies of Cleveland had been formed with Louis Petrash as president and Nicholas F. Molnar as secretary. On September 24, 1934, the commission gave public notice of its initial venture in a statement opening as follows: "The establishment of the Hungarian Cultural Garden is actively under way. A meeting will be held, Thursday evening, Oct. 4, 1934, at 8 o'clock at the Hollenden Hotel Lounge, for the purpose of completing and enlarging the sponsor committee, together with making proper arrangements for the celebration of Liszt Week, commencing October 15, 1934, with the dedication exercises to be held, Sunday, October 21, 1934." The United Societies then named a permanent commission consisting of Municipal Judge Louis Petrash, chairman Nicholas F. Molnar, secretary Attorney Stephen Kormendy, treasurer Stephen Gobozy, George M. Kovachy, Albert Tudja and Emery Hoffer. The site of the Hungarian Garden was dedicated on October 21, 1934, upon the occasion of the 123

64. CD Store
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Clarinet Sonata, Paul Hindemith; Suite fur Trompete, Saxophon Und Posaune, Ernst Pepping; Drei Lustige Marsche, Ernst Krenek; Kleine Serenade fur Militarorchester, Ernst Pepping; Spiel fur Blasorchester, Ernst Toch; Konzertmusik fur Blasorchester, Paul Hindemith John Russo, clarinet Lydia Walton Ignacio, piano Mostly Modern Chamber Players Furman Civic Wind Ensemble, John C. Carmichael, conductor CD 9051 (BAR 7 89658 90512 4) CONTEMPORARY MUSIC FESTIVAL: KALEIDOSCOPE: PIANO MUSIC OF GABRIEL FAURE: Ballade in F# major, Nocturne No. 6 in Db major, Nine Preludes, Barcarolle No. 3 in Gb major, Barcarolle No. 5 in f# minor, Barcarolle No. 8 in Db major, Impromptu No. 2 in F minor, Impromptu No. 5 in F# minor, Theme and Variations in C# minor Samuel Dilworth-Leslie, piano CD 9154 (BAR 7 89658 91542 4)

65. Liszt, Franz (1811 - 1886)
As a pianist, he had no equal, and as a composer he suggested to a 8.557014, LISZTCompletePiano Music Vol.20 Concert Etudes william wolfram, Piano, 1, $7.99,
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66. Peninsula Arts Humanities Alliance - Door County, Wisconsin
Season highlights include pianist william wolfram, pianist AntonNel, cellist Mark Kosower, violinist Judith Ingolfsson. Also

67. Classical 89.3 | Audio Archives
August 24th. pianist william wolfram returns to Orchestra Hall as theMinnesota Orchestra kicks off Sommerfest this weekend. Jennifer
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genius (see, for instance, God, Stephen wolfram, and Everything and English The Visionof william Barnes whose his mother Rose and Danish pianist Karen Holten
Apothecary's Drawer Weblog HOME PAGE WORK SITE WEB LOG Archived month: April 2001 CURRENT / INDEX April 30th 2001 A really scary web page today: the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia . This Ferris State University archive - pictures and seriously-researched text, covering art, media and advertising, 1877-1960s, in the USA. Alongside a gallery of excruciating images, There's a superb analysis - "Tom", "Mammie", "Picaninny" and others - of how black characters were stereotyped for sociopolitical purposes. This highlights the surprising, and frightening, fact that southern US states. until recently, operated an institutional system as racist as the better-known South African apartheid.
A related site is Lies My Teacher Told Me . This is sociologist and writer James W Loewen's site for his book that shows how American schoolbooks distort and whitewash USA history. Did you know that Helen Keller was a Communist? That a major war, King Philip's War, is often omitted from US history textbooks? That the term of office of Woodrow Wilson, remembered as an enlightened and moderate president, involved more invasions of other countries than any other period of US history? The web site has an on-line quiz, with surprising answers.
The book covers American history from ancient to modern: the now well-known history of Pre-Columbian colonisation; the mythology surrounding the first Thanksgiving; the Indian Wars; the invisibility in textbooks of America's racist past; the similar invisibility of anti-racist movements; and modern history such as poverty in the 20th century and the acts of Federal government, particularly destabilisation of elected foreign regimes. Throughout, Loewen argues, textbooks either omit facts or present them in a pro-mainstream light; students will never be told that mainstream America, in its historical past, did anything that was less than perfect, or even morally wrong.

69. IU School Of Music - March Prelude
DAVID WARDSTEINMAN, pianist/Composer PATRICE MADURA WARD-STEINMAN, Duo-pianist D.Ward 11 Thursday 400 pm FH Guest Masterclass william wolfram, Piano 500 pm
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(*Indicates a ticketed event.) Hall Locations Click on the specific day in the calendar below or scroll down to browse through the entire month. March 2004 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Monday
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8:00 p.m. MAC Jazz Ensemble MAC Jazz Series Joey Tartell, Conductor top 2 Tuesday 4:00 p.m. FH Guest Masterclass KUM SING LEE, Piano 8:00 p.m. AH University Singers/University Chorale/Chamber Orchestra WILLIAM JON GRAY, Conductor Haydn: Die Sch öpfung Concert given in memory of A. Peter Brown 8:30 p.m. FH Jazz Combo Recital top Wednesday 7:00 p.m. AH Faculty/Guest Recital DAVID WARD-STEINMAN, Pianist/Composer PATRICE MADURA WARD-STEINMAN, Duo-Pianist D. Ward-Steinman: Sonata for Piano Fortified Elegy for Martin Luther King Prisms and Reflections Flight!

70. St. Petersburg Times Online: Floridian
So favorites such as the Grieg Piano Concerto (with Brazilian pianist Arnaldo Cohen),plenty of Mozart 41; Stefan Sanderling, conductor; william wolfram, piano
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Amid schedule changes and rough finances, the Florida Orchestra's musical lineup banks on tried and true winners.
By JOHN FLEMING, Times Performing Arts Critic Published February 22, 2004 Pianist Kirill Gerstein will be featured in Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3, Jan. 22-24. The Florida Orchestra had a close eye on the bottom line when putting together its 2004-05 masterworks season, says music director Stefan Sanderling. "We have to balance the artistic side of it and the financial aspect of it," Sanderling said. "We have to make sure that every single program is a financial success. Our situation is very dangerous at the moment." One people pleaser: A Rachmaninoff minifestival, with three programs featuring three Russian pianists in the composer's four piano concertos plus his Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, a lineup that includes some of the most oft-played works in the orchestral repertoire.

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72. All Things Strings: Reviews
Leif Ove Andsnes, piano; Alexander Kerr, violin; wolfram Christ, viola william GrantStill Folk Suite No. and flair by flutist Marya Martin, pianist Jeremy Denk
Excerpted from Strings magazine, October 2003, No. 113
French Twist After a decade, Jordi Savall makes his return to French viol music by Heather K. Scott
. Jordi Savall, Pierre Hantal; Rolf Lislevand, Xavier Diaz-Latorre, Philipe Pierlot. Three-CD set (Alia Vox, 9829) Tous le Matins du Monde (All Mornings of the World)
Renowned for his adherence to historical purity and his interpretation of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music, Savall first began working with the viola da gamba in 1965. He has since been a forceful advocate in reviving the reputation of this obscure instrument and its repertoire, both of which nearly disappeared from the music scene at the close of the 18th century.
For this collection, Savall researched and chose the music of Sainte Colombe the Younger and Marin Marias. The two are considered the most outstanding pupils of the greatest master of the French viol school, Sainte Colombe the Elder.
The six suites for solo bass viol by Colombe the Younger showcase the difficult style of "self accompaniment" evident in viol music of this period. The two suites from Marias'

73. C24 Music Playlist For May 30, 2004
301 am. Frederic Chopin Prelude 15 Raindrop John O Conor, pianist Telarc 80313. 655am. Franz Liszt Dance of the Gnomes william wolfram, piano Naxos 557014.
Classical 24 Music Playlist
Sunday May 30, 2004 Central Time MID - 1AM 12:01 am Enrique Granados: Zapateado
Alicia de Larrocha, piano
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12:06 am Frederick Delius: The Walk to the Paradise Garden
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12:19 am Matthew Holmes: The French Volta
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12:22 am Franz Joseph Haydn: Symphony #102
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Adam Fischer, conductor Nimbus 5135
12:49 am Joseph Lanner: Memories of the Straw Brook Waltz Vienna String Ensemble Sony 57974 1:01 am Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov: Turkish March Singapore Symphony Orchestra Choo Hoey, conductor MarcoPolo 220217 1:06 am Sigmund Staden: Seelewig: Prelude I Ciarlatani Klaus Winkler, conductor CPO 999905 1:07 am Aaron Copland: Letter from Home St Louis Symphony Leonard Slatkin, conductor EMI 49766 1:16 am Franz Schubert: Violin Sonata Isaac Stern, violin Daniel Barenboim, piano Sony 44504 1:39 am Richard Wagner: Siegfried Idyll German Opera Orchestra Christian Thielemann, conductor

74. Shepherd Express Metro: Critics Choice
orchestra in one of Oliver Messiaen s earlier works, Les offrandes oubliée andBenjamin Britten s sole Piano Concerto (with guest pianist william wolfram).
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BY Kathy McCann Although the planned Aretha Franklin concert was cancelled, Milwaukee audiences can welcome another woman artist of immense talent: Pop-folk troubadour Patty Larkin returns, this time carrying her 10th CD, Red Luck (Vanguard). Larkin, who is equally adept as a singer, songwriter and musician, has enjoyed a 15-year career that has been steadily heralded but has never reached the heights of her contemporaries such as Bonnie Raitt or Lucinda Williams. The 14-song disc highlights Larkin's trademark ambient sound and tight guitar work in an encyclopedic romp through musical genres. A handful of guest musicians joined her on the record and contributed everything from Middle Eastern scales to Celtic-inspired arrangements (thanks to members of Solas). Guest vocalists include Milwaukee favorite Willy Porter. Larkin takes the Shank Hall stage, joined by drummer/producer Ben Wittman and others, Saturday, May 3. Larkin shares her joy of experimentation with music from around the world with another band slated to visit Milwaukee

75. Shepherd Express Metro: Night & Day: Critics' Choice
5 in the Top10. Nevertheless, the orchestra (with pianist william wolfram in hisWSO debut) perform the oft-overlooked middle concertoNo. 3 in C Minor, Op.
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Milwaukee's Plasticland have had a long history providing the world with that overt assault on the senses often referred to as psychedelic pop. Their discography includes their career best-of Mink Dress and Other Cats and many other releases considered to be collectors' items. The only predictable thing about a Plasticland show is the band's original approach to the genre and the musical prowess of its members. Plasticland perform Friday, Feb. 27 at Vnuk's Lounge. For a taste of acoustic gone loud, Neverstatic does away with the bother of amps and all those tangled cords while maintaining a true rock band feel. Guitars, drums, mandolin and cello come together for a sound that is as bone-jarring as any full-blown, plugged-in act on the circuit. Known for their energetic live performances, Neverstatic are a sure bet for a night of foot-stompin' fun this Saturday, Feb. 28 at Linneman's Riverwest Inn with guests Waxing Gibbons and Union Pulse Since 1998, Milwaukee reggae fans have flocked to

76. SeriesB 2003/4
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77. Paul Moravec Today
has been one of Frazelle’s greatest champions, pianist and conductor of Americanpiano virtuosi, Jeffrey Kahane, Christopher O’Reilly, and william wolfram.
Kenneth Frazelle During the life of an artist, an evolutionary process can take place whereby various influences and aesthetic concepts are investigated and developed, a constant flow of the curious mind at work. During the career of composer and native North Carolinian Kenneth Frazelle, this sort of aesthetic inquiry has led to a rich and varied body of work, encompassing the complex and non-tonal approach of his earliest creations, multi-disciplinary events, contemporaneous use of folk materials, and an idiosyncratic perspective on the classical forms of the past. What the critics say... Biography... Catalogue of works... Return to SubitoToday ... Subito Music Home Frazelle’s path to a creative lifestyle began in the south. His ancestors were North Carolina farmers as far back as the late 17 th century. However, his parents joined the throngs of 1950’s Americans to settle into suburban living. Music was part of his early life as his father was an amateur folk musician. “My dad had a great ear,” said Frazelle. “He had a natural musical ability, primitive. He could pick up an instrument, like harmonica or a toy piano, could pick out tunes.” Sadly, his father died when Frazelle was only 6 years old. Sometime after this, his mother placed young Kenneth in piano lessons with a local teacher. Of his mother, Frazelle stated, “She wasn’t very cultured herself, but was very good about supporting any natural gifts that [my siblings and myself] had.” With the same encouragement, his brother has gone on to become a visual artist and his sister has a thriving career in dance.

78. Frazelle Bio
who has been one of Frazelle s greatest champions, pianist and conductor Americanpiano virtuosi, Jeffrey Kahane, Christopher O Reilly, and william wolfram.
Kenneth Frazelle
Kenneth Frazelle The career of composer and native North Carolinian Kenneth Frazelle shows the constant flow of a curious mind at work. His aesthetic inquiry has led to a rich and varied body of work encompassing the complex and non-tonal approach of his earliest creations, multi-disciplinary events, contemporary use of folk materials, and an idiosyncratic perspective on the classical forms of the past. These works have been commissioned by such notable performers as Yo-Yo Ma, Dawn Upshaw and Paula Robison. Frazelle has been honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and he is the winner of the 2001 Barlow Prize. What the critics say... Catalogue of works... Subito Music Home Frazelle's creative path began in the South. His ancestors were North Carolina farmers as far back as the late seventeenth century. However, his parents joined the throngs of 1950's Americans who settled into suburban living. Music was part of his early life. "My dad had a great ear," Frazelle has said. "He could pick up an instrument, like a harmonica or a toy piano, and pick out tunes." Although his father died when Frazelle was only six years old, the son has vivid memories of a musical guessing game he and his father used to play. His mother placed young Kenneth in piano lessons at the age of nine. His teacher, Mrs. Gladys Sylvester, lived in a small town not far from the lands of his farming ancestors, yet "she really knew the piano and had very good training herself. She started me on Czerny and Chopin etudes." Frazelle's curiosity in the music he was playing led to the discovery of a treasure trove of LPs at the local library, immersing him in the sounds of European classical music. "I started checking out Stravinsky conducting his own music, Bartok, Varese, just anything I could get hold of. I really got into classical music through the piano."

79. Breaking News
1517), william wolfram (Mar. 11-13), and Robert Levin (Jan. 9 10). Noted soloistswho will debut in Indianapolis will be Czech-born pianist Ivan Moravec (Nov

80. CLASSICAL Archives -- June 2001 (#74)
on WQXRFM New York New York, NY - The American pianist Jeffrey Biegel will alsoperform in the June 12 program), Mordecai Shehori, william wolfram and Dubal

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