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Graduate composition recital Ehebald, Wolfgang Joseph 1990

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GRADUATE COMPOSITION RECITAL By . WOLFGANG JOSEPH EHEBALD B.Mus., The U.B.C. SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 1988 THESIS SUBMITTED.IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF . THE'REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC r i n THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES • ("SCHOOL OF MUSIC) We. accept t h i s t h e s i s as conforming to the r e q u i r e d s t a n d a r d THE UNIVERSITY OF A p r i l Wolf gang ' Joseph' BRITISH COLUMBIA 1990 •Ehebald; 1990 In presenting this thesis in partial fulfilment of the requirements for an advanced degree at the University of British Columbia, I agree that the Library shall make it freely available for reference and study. I further agree that permission for extensive copying of this thesis for scholarly purposes may be granted by the head of my department or by his or her representatives. It is understood that copying or publication of this thesis for financial gain shall not be allowed without my written permission. Department of The University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada Date DE-6 (2/88) THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF MUSIC R e c i t a l H a l l Sunday, A p r i l 8, 1990 8:00 p.m. GRADUATE RECITAL* WOLFGANG EHEBALO, COMPOSITION Rememberance - Sonance I I I J e n n i f e r Sokowin, s o l o trumpet A s t r a l Contour C h r i s Sandvoss, v i o l a Ron S a t , p i a n o Woodwind Q u a r t e t No.l Andante Scherzo Largo Rondo Klaus L i e b e t a n z , f l u t e Glee Devereaux, oboe Stephen Robb, c l a r i n e t Isaac B u l l , bassoon - INTERMISSION -To Those 1n Love - 5 E r o t i c Love Songs W i l d N i g h t s The Enjoyment Q u i e t l y To His M i s t r e s s e s Good God, What A Night That Was Andrew Hi 11 house, t e n o r Grace Q u a g l i o , piano V o l i t i o n - Sonance IV Klaus L i e b e t a n z , a m p l i f i e d f l u t e I c h Leben Me1n Leben t e x t by R i l k e U.B.C. Choral Union Steven Morgan, d i r e c t o r Graeme F u l l e r t o n , p i a n o Ken M o r r i s o n , p e r c u s s i o n * In p a r t i a l f u l f i l l m e n t of the requirements f o r the Masters of Music Degree w i t h a major i n c o m p o s i t i o n . R e c e p t i o n t o f o l l o w i n f a c u l t y l o u n g e . WILD MIGHTS "text Dtih'**^ W i l d N i g h t s ! W i l d N i g h t s -Were I wi t h thee W i l d N i g h t s , Should be our Luxury. F u t i l e the Winds t o a h e a r t 1n p o r t Done w i t h a compass, Done w i t h a c h a r t Rowing i n Eden Ah! the sea Might I but Moor Tonight i n th e e . THE ENJOYMENT Text Anon Ye Gods! Ye Gods! the r a p t u r e s o f t h a t n i g h t Ye Gods, Ye Gods . ' • , How i n each o t h e r s Arms i n v o l v e d Bodies m i n g l i n g , sexes b l e n d i n g T o s t by a Tempest o f D e s i r e Flaming k i s s e s , Boundless b l i s s e s We l a y confounded and d i s s o l v e d Down a t once, Down i n t o heaven. QUIETLY Text by Kenneth Rexroth L y i n g here q u i e t l y b e s i d e you. My cheek q u i e t l y a g a i n s t y o u r f i r m q u i e t t h i g h s Washing over us, the calm music of B o c c h e r i n i i n the q u i e t times and the penances of Love, B r a i n s c u r l e d i n t h e i r s h e l l s Dormant our h e a r t s slow, r e l i a b l e , the p u l s e i n t h e i r i n t e r l o c k e d rhythms, i n your t h i g h c a r r e s s i n g My cheek q u i e t l y , L y i n g Here. S p e c i a l thanks t o : Paul S t e e n h u i s e n , Doug Smith, Jose Buonacorso C o r t l a n d H u l t b e r g , and my g r e a t p h o t o c o p y i s t , Tony. : * •':[,TO HIS MISTRESSES i Text by Robert H e r r i c k K • Help me! Help me! Now I c a l l To my p r e t t y w i t c h c r a f t s a l l . Old I am and cannot do the t h i n g s I was accustomed t o . B r i n g y o u r magics s p e l l s and charms t o e n f l e s h my t h i g h s and arms. F i n d t h a t medicine i f you can f o r y o u r dry d e c r e p i t man who would f a i n h i s s t r e n g t h renew, none i t bu t t o p l e a s u r e you. GOOD GOD, WHAT A NIGHT THAT WAS Text by P e t r o n i u s A r b i t e r T r a n s l a t e d from the Greek by Kenneth Rexroth Good God, What a N i g h t t h a t was Good God, What a Nigh t t h a t was and how we c l u n g , the bed was so s o f t , b u r n i n g t o g e t h e r t h i s way and t h a t ! Our u n c o n t r o l l e d p a s s i o n s f l o w i n g through our mouths, i f .only I c o u l d d i e t h i s way, I'd say good-bye to the bu s i n e s s of l i v i n g . ICH LEBE MEIN LEBEN IN HACHSENDEN RINGEN (I LIVE MY LIFE) Text by Ra i n e r M a r i e R i l k e T r a n s l a t e d by Robert B l y I l i v e my l i f e i n growing o r b i t s Which move out over the t h i n g s of the w o r l d Perhaps I can never a c h i e v e the l a s t but t h a t w i l l be my attempt. I am c i r c l i n g around God, around the a n c i e n t tower, and I have been c i r c l i n g f o r a thousand y e a r s , and I s t i l l don't know i f I am a f a l c o n , or a storm, o r a g r e a t song. . . . . r.*:m<' TO HIS MISTRESSES Text by Robert H e r r i c k Help me! Help me! Now I c a l l To my p r e t t y w i t c h c r a f t s a l l . I O l d I am and cannot do the t h i n g s I was accustomed t o . B r i n g your |. magics s p e l l s and charms t o e n f l e s h my t h i g h s and arms. F i n d t h a t medicine i f you can f o r y o u r dry d e c r e p i t man who would f a i n h i s s t r e n g t h renew, none i t 5 b u t t o p l e a s u r e you. GOOD GOD, WHAT A WIGHT THAT WAS Text by P e t r o n i u s A r b i t e r T r a n s l a t e d from the Greek by Kenneth Rexroth Good God, What a N i g h t t h a t was Good God, What a Nigh t t h a t was and how we c l u n g , the bed was so s o f t , b u r n i n g t o g e t h e r t h i s way and t h a t ! Our u n c o n t r o l l e d p a s s i o n s f l o w i n g through our mouths, i f .only I c o u l d d i e t h i s way, I'd say good-bye to the busi n e s s o f l i v i n g . ICH LEBE MEIN LEBEN IN WACHSENDEN RINGEN (I LIVE MY LIFE) Text by Ra i n e r M a r i e R i l k e T r a n s l a t e d by Robert B l y I l i v e my l i f e i n growing o r b i t s Which move out over the t h i n g s of the w o r l d Perhaps I can never a c h i e v e the l a s t but t h a t w i l l be my attempt. I am c i r c l i n g around God, around the a n c i e n t tower, and I have been c i r c l i n g f o r a thousand y e a r s , and I s t i l l don't know i f I am a f a l c o n , or a storm, o r a g r e a t song. 

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