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Woodwind and String Chamber Ensembles Concert

7:30pm CDT April 25, 2013

Eldon Black Recital Hall, Carr Education-Fine Arts Building, 2602 Dena Drive

This performance marks the first public concert by an Angelo State University strings ensemble in more than 30 years. The performance is open free to the public.

The strings program will include “Symphony for Strings No. 1” by Jeffrey Bishop, “The Journey” by William Hofeldt, “O Mio Babbino Caro” by Giocomo Puccini, Kirt Mosier’s “The Dance of Iscariot” and Aram Khatchaturian’s “Sabre Dance.”  This performance marks the first public concert by an ASU string ensemble in more than 30 years.

Double reed selections will include “Le Revue des Muppet” by Henson/Pottle; “Four Marches from the American Revolution,” which includes “Colonel Orne’s March,” “United States March,” General Washington’s March” and “General Wayne’s March;” and “Fugue on a Theme by Lady Gaga,” written by Giovanni Dettort.  

The Woodwind Quintet will perform “La Cheminée du Roi René” by Darius Milhaud.  Movements from “La Cheminée” will be presented including “Cortège,” “Aubade,” “Jongleurs,” “La Maousinglade,” “Joutes sur L’arc” and “Madrigal-Nocture.”

The ASU Chamber Strings Ensemble is directed by Dr. Maurice Kelley, visiting assistant professor of music.  The Double Reed Ensemble and Woodwind Quintet are directed by Dr. Jeff Womack, associate professor of music.

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    Dr. Maurice Kelley
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    Dr. Constance Kelley

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