Preface by George Seferis. Translated by Arthur Knodel and Ingolf Dahl.
World premiere recordings of music by David Canfield and John Cheetham, as well as works by Paul Creston and Ingolf Dahl. With the University of Iowa Symphony.
This history of neoclassical music in America focuses on the works of individual composers, such as Walter Piston, Harold Shapero, Irving Fine, Ingolf Dahl, Arthur Berger, and others. With a preface, notes, bibliography, discography and index.
Paul Dooley: Masks & Machines -- Ingolf Dahl: Concerto For Alto Saxophone & Wind Orchestra -- Michael Daugherty: Labyrinth of Love For Soprano, Winds, Piano, Contrabass & Percussion. Performed by the University of Michigan Symphony Band.
This work was composed for Ingolf Dahl, who premiered it with the Michigan State University Wind Ensemble. It is based loosely on the play of the same name by Aeschylus. With program and biographical notes. Duration ca. 6 minutes. Set of parts available separately, $55.00.
In three movements. With program notes. Commissioned by English hornist Thomas Stacy. Premiered by Stacy and Christopher Lamb in New York, 1998. The percussion set-up duplicates that of Ingolf Dahl's Duettino Concertante for flute and percussion. Printed on unbound, single-sided paper.
Dahl's Serenade, dedicated to Doriot Anthony Dwyer, is in five movements: Alla Marcia; Cadenza; Canon; Pas de Quatre; and Alla Marcia. Reprinted from the 1963 edition of Boosey & Hawkes. Duration ca. 10 minutes. Special print edition.
Composed for solo flute in 1945 and adapted the Variations into the present duo for Flute and Alto Flute some 25 years later. With introduction. Duration: ca. 17 minutes.
The three songs are: Of Him Who Died on the Moor; Old Song; and The Ships Have Come to the Harbor. With original German and English translation. Reprinted from manuscript.
This short, expressive piece begins simply, and while it becomes more complex it doesn't lose its sense of line. Reprinted from manuscript.
Dedicated to Frances Mullen Yates. A short, vivace, rhythmic movement. Reprinted from manuscript.
Dedicated to Ray Gilliland. The hymn is primarily forte, with grand chords representing the hymn. The toccata is energetic and rhythmically propulsive. Reprint from manuscript. Duration ca. 12 minutes.