MusiCollage 2020

The Department of Music's MusiCollage 2020 was recorded in various venues for virtual viewing, due to the inability to invite a live audience to the annual event highlighting student soloists and ensembles.  Students engaged in several mid-October recording sessions, resulting in a MusiCollage program that, on paper, looks just like the traditional event.  When viewing, keep in mind the extraordinary measures and protocols taken by music students, their conductors, Applied Music instructors, and recording personnel - demonstrating our deep commitment to making music in these current times. 


MusiCollage 2020

El Zape from Three Latin American Dances (2020)
Giovanni Santos (b. 1980)
Wind Symphony

Partita in A Minor for Solo Flute, BVW 1013 (1723)  
I. Allemande
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Morgan Page, flute

A Flower Remembered (2015)
John Rutter (b. 1945) 
Chamber Singers
Daniel Schmit, accompanist

Danza Spagnola, Op. 105 (1925)
Raffaele Calace (1863-1934)
Gean Vincent Almendras, mandolin
Michael Abbasspour, guitar

Pacific Fanfare (1995)
Frank Ticheli (b. 1958)
Wind Symphony

Suite Popular Brasileira (1982-1984)
Ney Rosauro (b. 1952)
I. Baiao
Joseph Yarmak, marimba

Palladio (1995)
Karl Jenkins (b. 1944)
I. Allegretto
University Orchestra

Miss Blue Eyes (2020)
Brandon Sexton (b. 1999)
Brandon Sexton, trumpet;
Hawley Dixon, tenor sax;
Ian Haubert, piano; 
Aaron Hamady, double bass;
Andrew Cramer, drum set

Etude No. 3 from Etudes for Harp (1970)
Marcel Grandjany (1891-1975)
Maiya Kaufmann, harp

Sonata No. 22 from Hora Decima (1670)     
John Pezel (1639-1694)
edited by Robert King
Brass Quintet

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano (1941 - 1942)    
Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
I.  Andantino
Hawley Dixon, clarinet
Frank Pitts, piano

Hands are knockin' (2018)
Kyle Pederson (b. 1971)
Joseph Yarmak, percussion
University Chorale

North (2014)
Ryan O'Neal (b. 1983) 
arr. by George Chung (b. 1986)
University Chorale
Daniel Schmit, accompanist

Code 106 (2007)
Bob Meyer (b. 1945)
Jazz Ensemble