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Jenni Brandon’s “Colored Stones” Performed by Bassoonist Ntinyari Miriti

December 8, 2020 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Jenni Brandons “Colored Stones” was performed by bassoonist Ntinyari Miriti at the Bassoon Studio Recital on December 8, 2020, 7:30 pm, at Butler University, Jordan College of the Arts, School of Music. The School of Music is located at 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 317-940-9246

The Bassoon Studio Recital by Students of Doug Spaniol program is as follows:

Habañera from Carmen Suite                                                 Georges Bizet (1934-1996)  arr. by Christopher Raymond

Butler Bulldog Bassoon Band

 

Half Moon at Checkerboard Mesa (1997)                          Phillip Kent Bimstein (b. 1947)(Fantasy for Bassoon, Frogs, Crickets, and Coyotes)

Owen Chance, bassoon

 

Rhapsody for Bassoon (1958)                                            Willson Osborne (1906-1979)

Ana Severson, bassoon

 

Swamp Song for Bassoon and Electronic Tape (1986)               Michael Burns (b. 1963)

Gracie Moore, bassoon

 

Partita, BWV 1013                                                                          J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

Allemande                                                                       transcribed by Wm. Waterhouse

Corrente

Sarabande

Bourée Anglaise

Mia Nunokawa, bassoon

 

Variations for Solo Bassoon (1972)                                        Christopher Weait (b. 1939)

Samantha Svare, bassoon

 

Colored Stones (2014)                                                             Jenni Brandon (b. 1977)

Smoky Quartz

Lapis Lazuli

Tiger’s Eye

Ntinyari Miriti, bassoon

 

Les Toreadors from Carmen Suite                                     Georges Bizet (1934-1996)

arr. by Christopher Raymond

Butler Bulldog Bassoon Band

Encore:

BasSOON It Will Be Christmas (2013)                            James M. Stephenson (b. 1969)

 

Ntinyari Miriti, Mia Nunokawa, Samantha Svare, bassoons

Butler University Wind Ensemble, Michael J. Colburn, conductor

Recorded December 13, 2019