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GRADUATION RECITAL by MICHAEL RUSSELL TREW Mus., The University of British Columbia, 19 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC in THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES Department of Music We accept this thesis as conforming to the required standard THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA October 1980 (c) Michael Russell Trew, 1980 In presenting th i s thes is in pa r t i a l fu l f i lment of the requirements for an advanced degree at the Univers i ty of B r i t i s h Columbia, I agree that the L ibrary shal l make it f ree ly ava i lab le for reference and study. I further agree that permission for extensive copying of th is thesis for scho lar ly purposes may be granted by the Head of my Department or by his representat ives. It is understood that copying or pub l i ca t ion of this thes is for f inanc ia l gain sha l l not be allowed without my written permission. \ Department of H I M Hi The Univers i ty of B r i t i s h Columbia 2075 Wesbrook Place Vancouver, Canada V6T 1W5 Date THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA j t ^ P ^ DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC /TLv»-£, Recital H a l l Friday, October 24, 1980 AJfo . K^v*' v*^ ^ **** GRADUATION RECITAL* Michael R. Trew, Composition Toward and Back 1978 Nicholle Carriere, Flute J u l i a Nolan, Baritone Saxophone Duncan Shaw, French Horn Thomas Schoen, Violin Paul Nicholls, Cello Larry Olson, Malcolm Gould, Paul Mizgala, Percussion Glenn Buhr, Conductor Solitude 1978 Tony Randall, Flute • p' p E t' x S* 3 Japanese Plums 1980 The New and the Old (Text: Shiki) Who Owns the Moon? (Text: Issa) Prayer to Buddha (Text: Issa) The Prayer (Text: Shiki) Heat (Text: Shiki) Carol Westdal, Soprano Tony Randall, Flute, Alto Flute L e s l i e McAuley, Violin A Foggy Day 1980 Karen Stephens, Piano Magic Animals 1979 (Text: Gwendolyn MacEwen) Green with Sleep The Children are Laughing Silence is a Place University Chamber Singers Cortland Hultberg, Director j INTERMISSION Four Songs for Harp and Voice 1980 Haze (Text: Huson) Parting (Text: Huson) Summer Night (Text: Shiki) The Moor (Text: Shiki) Carol Westdal, Soprano Alison Hunter, Harp The Persistence of Memory 1980 Larry Kennis, L e s l i e McAuley, Rachel King, Norris Berg, Vic t o r Wong, Stuart Rogers, Violins Katherine Headrick> Andrew Riddle, Violas Ted Parson, Sue Dallyn, Cellos Michael Kemaghan, Double Bass Robert Mari, Conductor Answers to a Question 1979 Lesl i e McAuley, Laurie Townsend, Thomas Schoen, Victor Wong, Cris Sion, Elaine Dewar, Violins Andrew Riddle, Barbara Briden, Deidre Rogers, Violas Lome Unger, Kerry Regier, Cellos Howard Jung, Michael Kernaghan, Double Bass Cathy Riddle, Flute Tony Randall, Flute, Alto Flute Rick Smith, Clarinet Paul Woods, Bassoon Duncan Shaw, French Horn David Christ, Trumpet Nancy Bateman, Trombone Karen Stephens, Piano Alison Hunter, Harp Larry Olson, Bruce Wrigley, Malcolm Gould, Paul Mizgala, Percussion Robert Mari, Conductor * 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 Master of Music degree with a major i n Composition. 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The pronunciation is (approx.) as follows; Ki sha Mi - key, shaw, me (Consonants should be pronounced very percussively) (3) The soprano part must play several percussion instruments: the gong, a tom-tom, two high pitched bells, (there need be no rule here as to what type), wind-chimes, and a suspended cymbal. A triangle may be substituted for a bell or the wind chimes. The. player will require one or two soft timpani mallets. (4) The texts are as followst 1 . Ki-sha-mi-chi ni hikuku kari tobu tsuki-yo kana Railroad tracks; a flight of wild geese close above them in the moonlit night. 2. Akai tsuki kore wa tagano ja kodomotachi What a red moon! And whose is i t , children? 3. Tsuyu horori horori to hatano nembutsu kana "Narau Amida Butsu" kana Dew lies in teardrops, and tenderly doves pray to Buddha the Savior. 4. Ama-goi ya ten ni hibike to utsu taiko A prayer for rainj "To heaven be i t echoed!" - thus go the beating drums. 5. Natsu-kawa ya hashi are-do urna mizu wo yuku The summer river: although there is a bridge, my horse goes through the water. (5) The players should set up this way, with a small table for the percussion instruments* Ft.1t V J i Soprano 2 belli ,Wih4 £.1tiv»,t$ y,%t Ho. +v 014 S i -mi C^ii t r t _ _ YVt OOY1 • O l l t AH© n„v 00 - 00 - go jr| t S E E i s * p <l=f * — 1 » re wa •6— ^-<f" 2± 31 1 a' wvi A. 3. fray*** 3vof^ Ka £ I 4, • f I (6*11 *i) a > — * • 7 »vL. ^  „ / k _ ^ 1 L J . I J. W t ) i v K ) ; / X4 u-i _ 2 -4 32; . . . . , ....... _ A " — m . , , , VII 7 —J • — •> • m\ , " "• ....... • - 1+ -.- • •• . Vli & Hea l 13^ ~ ~ 1 = 10. A FOGGY DAY By Michael Trew ft" A Foggy Day Si •1-t -.1' .vs.. :i ' ..-••ii •41 3. 3 ! ' = 4 - 4 T — * B j , -* *• • m *• •- 4 -4. 5. •1.*-t ^ T — ^2 m _^ , — £ 1 <ZT— —I 7 J —"Jhr •/ i — f f r ~f \ —j»*3*—i-^-L H *• - t — 7. •j M A G I C A N I M A L S 3 CW 37 w«4cs I. 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