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Ellis B. Kohs: Passacaglia; Chamber Concerto flac mp3
Album:
Ellis B. Kohs: Passacaglia; Chamber Concerto
Style:
Chamber Music
Date of release:
1999
Duration:
01:11:33
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Ellis B. Kohs: A Short Concert for String Quartet, K. 28: VI. Gigue, A Short Concert for String Quartet, K. 28: VII. Dreams - Recollections, Sonatina for Violin and Piano, K. 26: I. quarter-note 126 и другие песни. Chamber Concerto for Viola and String Nonet, K. 28: I. Moderato molto energico. Ellis B. Kohs: Music for Keyboards and Strings.

Album: Ellis B. Album: Ellis B. Kohs, Ferenc Molnar: best 2 tracks. Kohs, Ferenc Molnar - Chamber Concerto for Viola and String Nonet, K. 28: II. Scherzo - vivace Ellis B. Kohs: Music for Keyboards and Strings, 1999 05:46

Ellis B. Kohs (May 12, 1916 – May 17, 2000) was an American composer, theory textbook author, and Professor at the University of Southern California. YouTube Encyclopedic. He also composed solo and chamber music. A recording of Kohs' music, including the Chamber Concerto, Passacaglia for Organ and Strings, Toccata for Harpsichord or Piano, a Short Concert for String Quartet, and a Sonatina for Violin and Piano was released on Composers Recordings, Inc. In addition to composing, Kohs wrote several music theory textbooks, including "Music Theory, a Syllabus for Teacher and Student" (1961), "Musical Form: Studies.

Chamber Concerto for Viola and String Nonet, 1949 Chorale Variations on Hebrew Hymns, 1952 The Comet, 1970 (1st, 2nd, 3rd draft. Men, 1982 (Based upon a Gertrude Stein text. Movement for String Trio, 1980 Much Ado About Little, 1948 Night Watch, 1943 Nine Adventures with Pictures at the Piano, 1948 Overture to Antigone, 1948 Occasional Birthday Alumblutter, 1984 Passacaglia for Organ and Strings, 1946 Piano Variations, 1946 Rhinoceros, 1970 (Parts of draft of libretto.

Ellis Bonoff Kohs (May 12, 1916 – May 17, 2000) was an American composer, theory textbook author, and Professor at the University of Southern California. Born in Chicago to Pauline Bonoff, a school teacher of Russian Jewish extraction, and Samuel C. Kohs, Kohs grew up in San Francisco, where he undertook his early musical studies at the San Francisco Conservatory.

Ellis B. In addition to composing, Kohs wrote several music theory textbooks, including "Music Theory, a Syllabus for Teacher and Student" (1961), "Musical Form: Studies in Analysis.

Ellis Bonoff Kohs, American Composer, educator. Served with United States Air Force, 1941-1946. Musical Form (Musical Form by Ellis B. Kohs. Hardcover classic ) Musical Composition (A volume of projects designed to help student composers . .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Passacaglia for organ & strings, K. 11 6:32
Chamber Concerto for viola & string nonet, K. 28
2 I - Moderato molto energico 7:07
3 II - Scherzo: vivace 5:46
4 III - Andante cantando 7:39
5 Toccata for harpsichord or piano, K. 25 7:10
A Short Concert for string quartet (String Quartet No. 2), k. 28
6 I - Sonata 9:49
7 II - Forlane 1:31
8 III - Waltz 1:43
9 IV - Sarabande 2:06
10 V - Farce 0:44
11 VI - Gigue 2:17
12 VII - Dreams: Recollections 7:38
Sonatina for violin & piano, K. 26
13 I. [Allegro] Quarter=126 2:50
14 II. [Slow] Theme and Variations 5:16
15 III. [Vivo] Quartet=120 3:25

Credits

Adrian Carr - Digital Transfers
F. Chaplin - Violin
Joseph R. Dalton - Mastering
Gwen Deely - Design
Albert Dominguez - Piano
Manfred Gräsbeck - Conductor
Bernard Hallstein - Cover Art Concept, Design
Raphael Hillyer - Viola
Robert Koff - Violin
Ellis Kohs - Liner Notes
Maija Lehtonen - Organ
Robert Mann - Violin
C.C. McCracken - Cello
S. Paeff - Viola
Gabor Rejto - Cello
Nathan Ross - Violin
Lionel Salter - Harpsichord
Stuart Sankey - Bass
Sanford Schonbach - Viola
Ralph Shapey - Violin
Eudice Shapiro - Violin
Allison Wolf - Production Coordination
Robert F. Wolff - Engineer, Mastering
C. Ziegler - Cello