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Make Music Sweet, by Jenni Brandon, Performed by The Eastern Kentucky University Singers at The Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference
February 4, 2022 @ 3:45 pm - 4:30 pm
Make Music Sweet, by Jenni Brandon, performed by The Eastern Kentucky University Choir (EKU) for Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference, at the Cathedral of the Assumption, 433 S 5th St, Louisville, KY 40202, Phone: (502) 582-2971, on Friday, February 4, 2022, 3:45 PM. The Kentucky Music Educators Association is a 501(c)3 organization consisting of over 2,000 professional music educators at all levels from kindergarten to the university level who are dedicated to the cause of music education in Kentucky. Included are in-service, pre-service and retired music educators. Associated with NAfME: The National Association For Music Education, KMEA serves as a voice for Kentucky’s music educators.
KMEA maintains an active involvement with the Kentucky Coalition for Arts Education, an affiliation with such groups as the Kentucky Art Education Association; the Kentucky Theater Association; and the Kentucky Association for Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance; and the Kentucky Center – all dedicated to the improvement of arts education in the Commonwealth.
The University Singers performance is under the direction of Dr. Richard Waters, Director of Choral Activities. The Eastern Kentucky University Choir concert program is:
|Christus est natus||Damijan Močnik|
|The Cloths of Heaven||Adolphus Hailstork|
|Make Music Sweet||Jenni Brandon|
|Anthony O’Daly||Samuel Barber|
|Child of Wonder||Eric Whitacer|
|I’ll Be On My Way||Shawn Kirchner|
Make Music Sweet for SATB choir and piano (sheet music) is a three-movement work which uses the poetry of James Joyce from his collection Chamber Music. These three movements speak of love and nature, of cool valleys, and speaking to the heart.
Movements II and III are the winner of the Choral Horizons New Music Reading session sponsored by The Singers under the direction of Matthew Culloton as well as Graphite Publishing. The entire set was premiered in February 2010 in Minneapolis by The Singers. In addition there was a performance by The Singers under the direction of Matthew Culloton during the Choral Horizons Reading Session – May 11-12, 2009 – University of Minnesota, MN
This work is published on Boosey and Hawkes Composers or on Boosey and Hawkes Choral Music Experience: Conductor’s Choice.