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    • Amergin and Cessair 

      Eisenband, David (University of Oregon, 2014-06-17)
      Amergin and Cessair is a musical setting of the text "Amergin and Cessair: A Battle of Poetic Incantation" by Michael Meade and Erica Helm Meade. The music takes the form of a dramatic "duet," scored for double choir and ...
    • Inferno, for Orchestra 

      Chang, Hau-Wei (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      Inferno, Volume I of Dante Alighieri's timeless magnum opus, The Divine Comedy, persists to modern times as a work of immense imagination and philosophical poignancy. Dante, as the Pilgrim, spins in verse a massive tale ...
    • Kernel 

      Walls, Jacob (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      Kernel is a fifteen-minute work for wind ensemble. Its unifying strands of rhythm, melody, and harmony are spun out of simple four-note tone clusters which undergo changes in contour, intervallic inversion, register, ...
    • Piano Concerto 

      Wong, Kei Hong (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
      This thirteen-minute concerto explores the concept of the "third-stream" style, a genre prevalent from the early twentieth century onward that explores the fusion of classical and the popular idioms. The piano writing, ...
    • The Transmutation of Perspective 

      Abrahamson, Krista (University of Oregon, 2012)
      This piece is five movements for Wind Ensemble. Each movement includes unaccompanied vocal introductions. I have chosen five poems by Sara Teasdale as the text for these introductions. The large ensemble then expands and ...
    • Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree 

      Price, Wesley (University of Oregon, 2014-06-17)
      This composition is a symphonic poem for full orchestra roughly eighteen minutes in length. The work takes both its title and inspiration from George Orwell's novel 1984. Each individual section of music reflects on a ...