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by Ira Novoselsky & Max McKee (NOVOS-6)

The audio program is a collection of solo performances by Brian Bowman.

The video program includes a December 2004 interview with Brian and his father plus excerpts of rehearsals and performances at the 2005 Western International Band Clinic in Seattle, Washington.


Brian Bowman

This sixth NOVOS Radio/TV Program includes a video interview plus audio excerpts from rehearsals and performances.

Brian has appeared throughout the world as a guest soloist and is a Regent's Professor of Music at the University of North Texas. He is the only full time Professor of Euphonium in the United States and teaches a large studio of over twenty-five euphonium major students.

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The Music Only Program features:

1. Alec Wilder's CONCERTO FOR EUPHONIUM (Mvts. 3, 4, and 5)
    University of South Florida, Frederick Fennell (late '70s)

2. Ron Nelson's NIGHT SONG
    Liszt Academie, Mary Ann Craig (2004)

3. James Barnes' DUO CONCERTANTE (cornet & euphonium)
     U.S. Air Force Band, Lt. Col. Mike Bankhead (1989)

Total length of audio: 27 minutes

The Video Interview Program features:

1. A December 2004 interview with Brian & his father, Midwest Clinic 2004
2. Rehearsals and commentary at WIBC Honor Band rehearsals 2005
3. A special encore performance in which he plays Carnival of Venice
    with one finger, Western International Band Clinic 2005

Total length of video: 7 minutes

There are 2 programs in NOVOS-6: (1) MUSIC ONLY and (2) VIDEO INTERVIEW. Total length of the video interview is 7 minutes. The video program features footage from am interview conducted at the Midwest Clinic on December 17, 2004 in Chicago.

The idea for this series is based on Ira Novoselsky's ongoing activity creating interesting, complete programs for traditional radio. When Bandworld Magazine went exclusively online in 2004, it became obvious that the Internet provides a way to get to a much broader audience. NOVOS was chosen in honor of Ira, who has contributed in many ways to the development of Bandworld Magazine and the American Band College Center for Research.

Click on the graphic of the green or red box (above right). Once the small inset box launches you can surf the web or handle other computer tasks while the program continues to play. (Click below if you are missing the Quicktime Player.)

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