Hultgren, Luna Nova cellist from Birmingham-Southern, has
created a set of articles dealing with extended techniques in contemporary
cello literature. The text is illustrated with examples from the score
and with videos of his playing of the examples.
This project is also available on CD-ROM for easy
of use by students. Anyone interesting in obtaining copies should write
Latin Pronunciation Files for Choral
that there many common materials that have to be presented to all music
students, we have begun to work on creating some online projects that
should save faculty members time in their classes and rehearsals. A
current project is designed for choral directors whose choirs are singing
settings of the most common Latin texts. Dr. Nancy Fleming of Hendrix
is making recordings of the correct Latin pronunciations for the texts
of the Ordinary of the Mass, the Requiem, the Magnificat, the Stabat
Mater, and the Te Deum. Students can be directed to the website below
to hear the sound files. The files are divided into small segments so
it is easy to listen to them multiple times.
Files to Accompany "Tone Development through Interpretations"
by Marcel Moyse
The mp3 files presented here were taken from recordings in the private
collections of Austin Scott and Kirio Matsuda. At the suggestion of
Richard Volet, principal flutist with the Victoria Symphony, Mr. Scott
created a comprehensive recorded supplement to Tone Development through
Interpretation. A special effort was made to include recordings of singers
that Moyse himself might have worked with while playing in the Paris
Opera Orchestra. The contact for this page is Joseph Manupello at email@example.com.