"The Composer as Resident: the Role of the Composer in the Community"
In a ceremony held on September 27, 2007 at Indiana University Bloomington, the prestigious Tracy M. Sonneborn Award was presented to W. Claude Baker, Jr., a composition professor in IUís Jacobs School of Music. After receiving the Sonneborn Award, professor Baker delivered his lecture The Composer as Resident: the Role of the Composer in the Community.
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- Opening remarks by Karen Hanson, Provost, Indiana University Bloomington
- About Prof. Tracy M. Sonneborn and the Sonneborn Award By Jeanne Sept, Dean of the Faculties and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
- Introduction of Prof. W. Claude Baker, Jr.
By Gwyn Richards, Dean, Jacobs School of Music
- Professor Baker's opening comments
- Kids Compose project developed by Ms. Ruth Boshkoff, while a teacher at St. Charles School
- Blooming Lavender by Ms. Laura Kramer
- The Dawn Hour by Mr. Matthew Peterson
- Mi Mariposa by Mr. Eric Knechtges
- Sodium Hydroxide Airplane by Mr. David Farrell
- Impact of Kids Compose project
Current activities of music composition faculty and students
- About professor David Dzubay, Chair, Music Composition dept.
Excerpt from Symphonic Dance by Prof. David Dzubay
- About professor Eugene O'Brien, Executive Associate Dean, Jacobs School of Music Second of Two Inventions for Violin and Cello by Prof. Eugene O'Brien
- About professor Don Freund
Third section of Taliesin Cycle by Prof. Don Freund
- IU Jacobs School of Music serves the public
- About professor David Ward-Steinman
Gasparilla Day by Prof. David Ward-Steinman Example of outreach program
- About professor Jeffrey Hass
Opening section of All the Bells and Whistles by Prof. Jeffrey Hass
- Concerns about the arts and audiences