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  1. UVA Jazz Ensemble presents Natural Synergies

    sonifications and field recordings of Eagle Rock in Colorado Springs.  He originally composed it for the Jazz ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  2. MA Requirements

    The MA in English encourages a wide exposure to the field, while permitting students to pursue ...

    artsci - '2017'

  3. Klezmer Residency: Cookie Segelstein & Hoshua Horowitz

    of this rare music has been gleaned from field recordings gathered by the musicians themselves in over 14 ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  4. UVA Klezmer Ensemble with Cookie Segelstein & Joshua Horowitz

    and of the Tatars, Hutzuls, Ruthenians, and Ottoman Turks. Much of this rare music has been gleaned from field ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  5. UVA Chamber Music Series- Adam Carter, cello

    contributions” in the field of piano performance. Violinist David Sariti is known for his performance ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  6. Dana Jessen Concert

    by using field recordings and real-world processes in music that combines acoustic instruments ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  7. The Virginia Glee Club Singfest 2010

    Franz Biebl (1906-2001) Winter Song Frederic Field Bullard (1864-1904) Glee Eric Lane Barnes (b. 1960) ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  8. U.Va. Chamber Music Series presents a Joint Recital Amanda Balestrieri, soprano Gabriel Dobner, piano Alan Cox, flute

    has performed in Oxford, London, Italy and with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Currently ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  9. Klezmer Ensemble with special guests Cookie Segelstein, violin, and Joshua Horowitz, 19th century button accordion

    Ruthenians, and Ottoman Turks. Much of this rare music has been gleaned from field recordings gathered ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

  10. Klezmer Ensemble with special guests Cookie Segelstein, violin, and Joshua Horowitz, 19th century button accordion

    and of the Tatars, Hutzuls, Ruthenians, and Ottoman Turks. Much of this rare music has been gleaned from field ...

    Anonymous - '2017'

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