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Musical Events
for the Week of Sept. 10

RELEASED: Sept. 4, 2007

EAU CLAIRE — The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire music and theatre arts department will present the following musical performances the week beginning Monday, Sept. 10. All events are free and open to the public.

Thursday, Sept. 13:

  • Professor of music Dr. Tim Lane will present a faculty flute recital at 7:30 p.m. in Phillips Recital Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. Dr. Beverly Soll will accompany him on piano. The program will open with Sonata in Bb by Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach, followed by "Il Trovatore de Verdi Fantasie" by Jean-Baptiste Singelée and Debussy's Prelude to "Afternoon of a Faun." The second half of the program will open with a more contemporary piece, "Coil" by Larry Baker (1948), and continue with Johan Svendsen's "Romance" and Franz Schubert's Sonata in A Minor. The program will close with Edward Elgar's "La Capricieuse."

Sunday, Sept. 16:

  • Jeffery Crowell, assistant professor of music, will present a percussion recital at 2 p.m. in Gantner Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. The program will begin with "Boom" by Terry Longshore and Brett Reed, followed by Douglas Walter's "Le Tombeau to Chateaubriand" and Graeme Leak's "And Now for the News" The first half of the recital will end with "Hymn" by Carl Jenkins, as adapted by Nanae Mimura. The second half of the recital will open with Crowell's adaptation of "Stop This Train" by John Mayer and Pino Palladino, followed by "Temazcal" by Javier Alvarez and concluding with "Rite of Passage" by Jesse Monkman. Crowell will be assisted on various pieces by several student percussionists: junior Matt Gullickson, Mankato, Minn., sophomore James Sonnentag, Middleton, and senior Tyler Bartelt, West Bend.
  • Phillip Ostrander, assistant professor of music, will present a trombone recital at 5 p.m. in Gantner Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. Music lecturer Dr. Barbara Young will provide piano accompaniment. The first half of the program will include "Fantasie" by Sigismond Stojowski, Edward Gregson's Trombone Concert and "Choral, Cadence et Fugato" by Henri Dutilleux. The second half of the program will open with Astor Piazolla's "Le Grand Tango" and conclude with the Concerto Grosso by Arcady Dubensky. For this final piece, Ostrander will be assisted by Rodney Hudson, emeriti professor of music, and senior Corey Van Sickle, Pigeon Falls, on trombones and by Dr. Jerry Young, professor of music, on tuba.

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