TREASURED TUNES: 2011 - 2013
Welcome to East Carolina University's Treasured Tunes, a podcast series in which professors from the School of Music offer commentary about selected musical compositions and performances. From state-of-the-art facilities, to world-renowned music professors, the School of Music is one of the premier music schools in the Southeast. Let Treasured Tunes offer a glimpse into the fascinating world of ECU's musical prowess. Please sit back and enjoy the music.
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Stream the podcast, read a Q&A with each professor, and access transcripts below:
featuring Emanuel Gruber
published on 10/11/2013
Emanuel Gruber, professor of cello and chamber music, offers insight about his lifelong love of classical music and comments on selected works of three composers.
featuring Andrew Scanlon
published on 02/19/2013
Andrew Scanlon, professor of organ and sacred music at the ECU School of Music, and organist-choirmaster at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, shares his commentary and performance.
featuring Andrew Crane
published on 09/12/2012
Dr. Andrew Crane, director of choral activities at East Carolina University, discusses with us a composition titled Spirits by Ryan Murphy.
featuring Christine Gustafson
published on 8/21/2011
Christine Gustafson, professor of flute at East Carolina University, shares a jazz-inspired duet between flute and piano.
featuring Scott Carter
published on 7/21/2011
Scott Carter, director of the School of Music Symphonic Wind Ensemble, shares and conducts a composition inspired by Superman comics.
featuring Elliot Frank
published on 1/18/2011
Dr. Elliot Frank, guitarist and music professor at ECU, shares his thoughts about a recital of classical guitar pieces written by South American composers.
featuring Jocelyn Nelson
published on 2/23/2011
Professor Dr. Jocelyn Nelson, who specializes in renaissance guitar performance, offers commentary on a selection of pieces from her most recent CD, Ma Guiterre je te chante.
featuring Catherine Garner
published on 4/5/2011
Dr. Catherine Garner, professor and pianist, leads the way in sharing the accomplishments of women composers throughout history.
featuring Tom McCaslin
published on 2/7/2011
Tom McCaslin, professor of tuba and euphonium, shares his commentary and performance on a piece written by one of his mentors.
featuring Mark Richardson
published on 3/11/2011
Professor Dr. Mark Richardson, teacher of music theory and composition, sheds light on the inspiration behind his composition Moonscape.
featuring Christopher Ulffers
published on 5/3/2011
Christopher Ulffers on bassoon, along with the East Carolina University Chamber Singers, premiered a piece written by Norwegian composer Egil Hovland.