Discovering Your Path to Creative Success w/ guest Mark Applebaum
Schools In with Dan Schwartz & Denise PopeStanford Music Professor Mark Applebaum discusses the importance of discovering your own path when it comes to learning music.Originally aired on SiriusXM on November 1, 2017.Recorded at Stanford Video.
Music For Life Episode 86 - Beethoven's Ninth, Baladino, Mark Applebaum, Musical Theatre Scenes
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This week, on Music For Life...BaladinoAnna talks to Steven Linville and a pair of students about the upcoming concert by the Musical Theatre Scenes class...Orcenith Smith comes by to talk about the grand finale to the choirs' and orchestra's season, Beethoven's monumental Ninth Symphony...I chat with visiting composer Mark Applebaum, who just gave a fascinating concert with our percussion ensemble...and we catch up with ensemble in residence Fifth House and visiting ensemble Baladino, in town for our final Green Guest Artists Series concert of the year! SOURCES From the Student Recital Hour of April 22, 2015, tenor Blake Beckemeyer and pianist John Clodfelter perform Hugo Wolf's "Fussreise."From the Student Reci tal Hour of April 22, 2015, pianist Alexander Bushkin performs the Andante Cantabile in B-Minor from Sergei Rachmaninoff's Moments Musicaux, op. 16.From the Student Recital Hour of April 22, 2015, pianist Emily Chen performs the Etude no. 2 in E-flat Major, the "Octave," from the Grandes Etudes de Paganini S. 141, by Franz Liszt.From their performance of April 20, 2015, the DePauw Chamber Singers perform excerpts from Hildegard of Bingen's "Ursula Antiphons."
Mark Applebaum, composer and professor of composition and theory at Stanford University, joined me for an in-depth conversation. We discussed some of his work, including instrument design and his massive graphic installation work, "The Metaphysics of Notation." Mark also has some great advice on living a creative life.For more about The Metaphysics of Notation, check out this short film: There's No Sound in My Head. Also, don't miss Mark's TEDx talk!
Music For Life Episode 85 - Ensemble Concerts, Mark Applebaum, Chamber Players, Baladino
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In this week's episode of Music For Life...Band director Craig Paré and jazz director Steve Snyder come by to tell us about the programs for their ensembles' upcoming concerts...Mark ApplebaumHannah talks to percussion student Zach Jacobs about an upcoming percussion performance featuring guest composer Mark Applebaum...cellist Eric Edberg and composer Scott Perkins give us a preview of the DePauw Chamber Players' concert this week...and looking forward to our final Green Guest Artists concert, Anna Gatdula chats with Elleka Okerstrom about a 21CM collaboration between our ensemble-in-residence Fifth House and Mediterranean folk band Baladino! SOURCES From our 2015 Concerto Competition Winners' Concert of April 11, pianist Shiyu Su and the DePauw University Orchestra, under the direction of professor Orcenith Smith, perform the first movement of Felix Mendelssohn's Piano Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, op. 25. From our 2015 Concerto Competition Winners' Concert of April 11, mezzo-soprano Dana Hart and the DePauw University Orchestra, under the direction of professor Orcenith Smith, perform the aria "Ah, qual gelido orror...Il padre adorato" from the opera Idomeneo by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. From our 2015 Concerto Competition Winners' Concert of April 11, clarinetist Natalia Fumero and the DePauw University Orchestra, under the direction of professor Orcenith Smith, perform the Concertino for Clarinet, by Carl Maria von Weber From the Student Recital Hour of April 15, singers Ines Hayouna, Marin Tack, Kelsey Cantrell, Brittny Goon, Alaina Matthews, Erin Tolar, Elizabeth Brunell, and Laura Witte perform the Bulgarian folk song "Ergen deda." From the Student Recital Hour of April 15, clarinetist Dan Hickey, violinists Jenny Miller and Alec Barker, violist Anna Urso, and cellist Peter Kim perform Bela Bartok's "Romanian Folk Dances."
Oct. 26, 2013. In collaboration with Stanford University, Mark Applebaum and Ge Wang speak about and demonstrate their work exploring technology in music. They illuminate key issues at the intersection of art and the technologies that contribute to it. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6304
(November 8, 2007) Stanford faculty and members of renowned music ensembles join forces for a series of dorm salons and public lectures designed to reinvigorate the way audiences experience contemporary and classical music.