Arabian Dances Brian Balmages

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The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's. Please help to establish notability by citing that are of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond its mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be,,. Find sources: – (June 2012) () () Brian Balmages Born ( 1975-01-24) January 24, 1975 (age 43) Occupation(s) Composer, musician Website Brian Balmages is an American producer, conductor, performer and composer of music. His music for band and orchestra has been performed in countries throughout the world. His active schedule of commissions and premieres has incorporated groups ranging from elementary schools to professional ensembles including the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Miami Symphony Orchestra, the University of Miami Wind Ensemble, Boston Brass, Off Bass Brass, and the Dominion Brass Ensemble. His music has been performed by members of leading orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, St.

Louis Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, National Symphony, and others. World premieres have included prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. His music was also performed as part of the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service in 2013, which was attended by both President Obama and Vice President Biden. Computernetzwerke Der Top-down-ansatz Pdf there. Balmages received his bachelor's degree in music from () and his master's degree from the (Florida).

He is a recipient of the prestigious A. Austin Harding Award from the American School Band Directors Association and was also featured in James Madison University's 'Be the Change' campaign. As a conductor, Balmages has enjoyed engagements with numerous all-state and regional bands and orchestras as well as university and professional groups. Notable guest conducting appearances have included the Midwest Clinic, Western International Band Clinic, College Band Directors Eastern Regional Conference, American School Band Directors Association National Conference and others. Additional conducting appearances have included the Kennedy Center and Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. He has also served as an adjunct professor of instrumental conducting and Acting Symphonic Band Director at Towson University in Maryland. Balmages has received numerous commissions from concert bands at a variety of levels.

He has also been named the prestigious 2016 'Distinguished Alumni Award' by the James Madison University's School of Visual and Performing Arts. Currently, he is Director of Instrumental Publications for The FJH Music Company Inc. In Fort Lauderdale, Florida. References [ ].

Elements of Arabian Dances composed by Balmages: • 6:30 mins • Begins in Concert B-Flat, changes to Concert F after the percussion feature, and ends in Concert C • Features a Flute Solo and a percussion feature • Time signature begins in 4/4, goes to 2/4, 4/2, and ends in 2/4. • There are multiple areas with a thin texture, where parts stick out and sound as solis/solos (such as the opening phrase) • Range is considered advanced because of F-6 in the B-Flat Clarinets, E-6 in the Alto Saxophones, and C6 in the B-Flat Trumpets • There is a lot of layering in textures and timbres within the different instrument sections, as well as a great build in the middle of the piece where it begins with the upper voices only, and eventually after 8 repeats of the passage, the entire ensemble has joined. • Also includes ostinato passages over the beginning prominent melody near the end, which builds in dynamic to the end.