Posts tagged “Paul Hindemith”

November 1, 2010

Woodwind doubling recital program, Northwestern University, 1950

A new Internet friend shared this gem with me (click for slightly larger):

March 17, 2010

New sound clips: Faculty woodwinds recital, Feb. 15, 2010

Below are a few audio clips from my recent faculty woodwinds recital at Delta State University. At this point it’s gotten hard for me to imagine doing a full recital on a single instrument. I enjoy getting to play several, and audiences seem to enjoy the variety. And since this was my first faculty recital ...

February 8, 2010

Faculty woodwinds recital, Feb. 15, 2010

Bret Pimentel, woodwinds Kumiko Shimizu, piano Department of Music Delta State University College of Arts and Sciences Recital Hall, Bologna Performing Arts Center Monday, February 15, 2010 7:30 PM PROGRAM Sonate for oboe and piano Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) Munter Sehr langsam – Lebhaft Sonata for clarinet and piano Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) Grazioso Andantino – Vivace ...

April 1, 2003

Paul Hindemith and the Trio Op. 47: Steps toward a mature style

Paul Hindemith was born in Hanau, Germany, in 1895. Unlike most of his composer contemporaries, who came from the privileged classes, his origins were humble ones. Hindemith’s father, Robert, was a manual laborer and amateur zither player, who, despite a necessarily tight budget, saw that Paul and his siblings received musical training. Robert Hindemith raised ...
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