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"Little Suite - 'In Early Spring' " For Soprano Saxophone And Piano (Finland / 3 Performances), Dominic Dousa Jun 2005

"Little Suite - 'In Early Spring' " For Soprano Saxophone And Piano (Finland / 3 Performances), Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by Dan Gordon (soprano saxophone) and Jari Piikki (piano), as part of a recital of contemporary music for soprano saxophone and piano presented at three Finnish musical venues.


Interview No. 1144, Juan Sanchez Abasta May 2005

Interview No. 1144, Juan Sanchez Abasta

Combined Interviews

Mr. Sanchez briefly recalls his childhood and family; his father worked as a foreman for the railroads in México and helped his son gain employment there; Mr. Sánchez had worked on the railroads for sometime before hearing of the Bracero Program; because the program needed experienced railroad workers, he went to México, Distrito Federal, to begin the hiring process; he gives a detailed description of all the medical examination procedures, including vaccinations, delousing, and x-rays; in 1942, his first contract took him to work in California for South Pacific; for his second contract, he only had to get x-rays, and ...


Interview No. 1668, Dorothy Vale Roberts Apr 2005

Interview No. 1668, Dorothy Vale Roberts

Combined Interviews

Dorothy Vale Roberts was born near Pittsburgh, PA, in 1920; she graduated from Pennsylvania College for Women (now Chatham University); she describes applying for a job with the Civil Aeronautics Administration (now Federal Aviation Administration) in 1943 when Pittsburgh was building a new airport; she recalls her training in Flushing, Queens, NY, and later being assigned to Niagara Falls, NY with Bell Aircraft; she mentions she was transferred each time she was promoted, worked primarily as an airport traffic controller until she got married in 1949. Mrs. Roberts details her experiences at Niagara Falls, explains it was a small airport ...


"Evening Piece And Summer Dance" For Viola And Piano, Dominic Dousa Apr 2005

"Evening Piece And Summer Dance" For Viola And Piano, Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by John Holguin (viola, student senior recital presenter) and Dominic Dousa (piano).


University Choirs Concert, Elisa Fraser Wilson Apr 2005

University Choirs Concert, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

The university choral ensembles performed an evening of vocal music including two pieces by the university jazz singers directed by Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson.


"Songs Of Sea And Life" For Tenor/Baritone Voice And Piano, Dominic Dousa Apr 2005

"Songs Of Sea And Life" For Tenor/Baritone Voice And Piano, Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by Christopher Meerdink (tenor) and Dominic Dousa (piano).


Elisa Fraser Wilson Faculty Recital, Elisa Fraser Wilson Apr 2005

Elisa Fraser Wilson Faculty Recital, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

Dr. Elisa Fraser Wilson performed a joint recital with colleague Dr. Christopher Meerdink, tenor. Works performed by Dr. Wilson included songs from Samuel Barber's Hermit Songs and Sietes canciones populares espanolas by Manuel de Falla.


"The Tears Of Heaven" For Satb Choir And Piano, Dominic Dousa Apr 2005

"The Tears Of Heaven" For Satb Choir And Piano, Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by the UTEP University Chorale, conducted by William McMillan.


"Songs Of Sea And Life" For Tenor/Baritone Voice And Piano (Fairbanks, Ak), Dominic Dousa Feb 2005

"Songs Of Sea And Life" For Tenor/Baritone Voice And Piano (Fairbanks, Ak), Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

A performance of my original composition by Christopher Meerdink, tenor and Jamila Hla Shwe, piano at a Faculty/Guest Artist Recital.


Solo Composition Recital (February 11, 2005), Dominic Dousa Feb 2005

Solo Composition Recital (February 11, 2005), Dominic Dousa

Dominic Dousa

Faculty Compositon Recital, presented Stephanie Schweigart (violin), and Dominic Dousa (piano). Performances of the following original compositions:

"A Festive Piece"

"Changes in the Air"

"A Winter Pastorale"

"Five Winter Pieces


The Drs Are In, Elisa Fraser Wilson Feb 2005

The Drs Are In, Elisa Fraser Wilson

Elisa Fraser Wilson

UTEP's on-line publication, Horizons, ran a story about Dr. Wilson and her husband, Dr. Steve Wilson, bass trombonist, both of whom work in the Department of Music.


Teachers For A New Era Logo, Anne Giangiulio Jan 2005

Teachers For A New Era Logo, Anne Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

I designed the logo for Teachers for a New Era, a program of UTEP.


Mesilla Valley Film Society Logo, Anne Giangiulio Jan 2005

Mesilla Valley Film Society Logo, Anne Giangiulio

Anne M. Giangiulio

I designed this proposed logo for the Mesilla Valley Film Society located in Old Mesilla, NM. The logo is based upon the historic architecture of the Fountain Theatre, where the society shows its films.