BIOGRAPHY 
Composer and teacher, Robert Fruehwald, grew up in Louisville, Kentucky where he played flute in the Louisville Youth Orchestra. He attended the University of Louisville receiving a Bach. of Music in Composition (with honors). While in Louisville, he studied composition with Nelson Keyes, Claude Baker, and Dan Welcher, and flute with Francis Fuge. He earned his Master of Fine Arts degree at the California Institute of the Arts studying with Mel Powell, Morton Subotnick, and Leonard Rosenman. He returned to the midwest to work on a Ph.D. at Washington University in St. Louis. There, he studied under Robert Wykes and finished his doctorate in 1985. Before accepting a teaching position in the late 1980s, Dr. Fruehwald developed a series of programs to print musical examples for scholarly journals and books. In 1989 he took a teaching position at Southeast Missouri State University. Dr. Fruehwald has taught numerous subjects at Southeast including applied composition, music theory, applied flute, electronic-computer music, and the history of modernism. He served as chair of the department of music from 1995-2000.
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EDUCATION

Ph.D., Music, May 1985, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. Major: Composition. Full Scholarship. Studied under Robert Wykes (Theory-Composition), John Perkins (Theory), Lucian Krukowski (Philosophy of the Arts), William Gass (Philosophy of Literature), Ira J. Hirsh (Psychophysics of Music). Dissertation: The Earthly Paradise, an oratorio based on texts selected from the works of William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Max Beerbohm. Minor Dissertation: Motivic Transformation in the "Thoreau" Movement of Charles Ives's Concord Sonata. M.F.A., May 1981, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA. Studied under Mel Powell (Theory-Composition), Leonard Rosenman (Composition, Music-in-Film), Morton Subotnick and Barry Schrader (Electronic Music), John Payne (Audio Engineering and Electronic Circuit Design), Earle Brown and Stephen Mosko (Theory and History of Contemporary Music). B.M., (with honors), May 1979, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY. Studied under Claude Baker, Nelson Keyes, and Dan Welcher (Theory-Composition), Francis Fuge (Flute), and Doris Keyes (Piano). Additional Study: NASM Workshop on Planning and Renovating Music Facilities, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 1996, Alverno College Teaching for Outcomes Workshop, Milwaukee, WS, June 1996, IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique Musique), Paris, France (attended Academie d’Ete, June 1995), Aspen Summer Music Festival, studied with Albert Tipton, (Flute), 1977, 1979.
 

PUBLICATIONS 

Kebyar! on the CD Minimal Piano Series, vol. 1, Blue Spiral Records, Naples, Italy (2018).

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Hymntunes I: Chorale Preludes for Christmas; Terpsichore for solo clarinet; Three Fantasies on Irish Folk Melodies for solo bass or alto flute; A Farmington Divertimento for oboe and piano; Sonata Franckoniana for flute, oboe, clarinet, and piano; available online from SheetMusicPlus (2016).

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Oboe Music of Robert Fruehwald, CD recording, Jeanne Belfy, Nicole Molumby, Leslie Moreau, Barton Moreau, Grace Baugh-Bennett, Blake Tyson (2016) iTunes.

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Woodwind Music of Robert Fruehwald, Vol. 2, CD recording, James Thompson, Shelly Monier, Kristi Benedick, Micheal Dean, Scott Pool, Robert Fruehwald (2015), iTunes.

Hymntunes X: On SImple Gifts; A Night in the Tropics (Gottschalk), scores and parts, ScoreVivo, 2014.

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Anthems: a Sonata for Solo Piano; Duo on Bulgarian Folksongs; Hymntunes IV; Versi, scores and parts, ScoreStreet (defunct-2013), available from SheetMusicPlus (2016).

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Zaum—DBS, CD recording of theatrical music (2013), iTunes.

Woodwind Music of Robert Fruehwald, Vol. 1, CD recording, Paul Thompson, flute, Michael Dean, Clarinet (2010), CDbaby.
 

Robert Fruehwald: Music for Flutes and Guitar, CD recording, Leslie Marrs, flute, Robert Trent, Guitar (2009), CDbaby.

Desertscape, CD recording, Michael Dean, clarinet; includes Terpsichore and Andy and Me (2009), CDbaby. 

New Music for Solo Alto or Solo Bass Flute, editor: includes CD by Linda Wetherill, Southeast Missouri State University, Spring 2006.
 

Imenetuki (Hymntunes IV), for Bass Flute from the CD Sound and Repercussion: New Music for Solo Flute, Linda Wetherill, flute; Furious Artisans Records, P.O. Box 582, Port Chester, NY (Furious Artisans Records.), October 2000.
 

Flutespeak: Flutist Linda Wetherill speaks with Robert Fruehwald; The Flutist Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1, Fall 1999.
 

Review of recordings of electro-acoustic music, Karl Korte, Stephen Rush, Herbert Brün, Women in Electronic Music, Bulletin of the Sonneck Society for American Music, Summer 1999.
 

Will Technology make Human Musicians Obsolete?, In Concert Magazine, Fall 1997.

What’s the Score: The Interchangeability of Musical Information, in the online journal (Mikrophonie), LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 1996. Reprinted in Harmonica Educator Magazine, Summer 1997.
 

Hymntunes I: Chorale Preludes and Atacameno Eluwun. Spectrum Music Publishers (defunct), Columbus, OH, 1993. ExampleKrafter, PrintKrafter, LuteKrafter, and Shape Notes. MusiKrafters, Louisville, KY. Developed music typesetting programs for the Macintosh computer, 1986-1989.
    

REVIEWS AND CITATIONS: Directory of Computer Assisted Research in Musicology—1988, p. 95-97; 1989, p. 61, p. 102-103; MacUser Magazine, Oct. 1988—p. 172.
 

EMPLOYMENT 

Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO (1989-present). Professor of Music, Chairman of the Department of Music (1996-2000), Honors Faculty (1992-present), Coordinator of Music Theory, head of Electronic-Computer Music Studio, director of Experimental Music Ensemble (1989-1993), instructor of flute (1989-1993), instructor of composition, member of faculty Baroque Ensemble (1989-1991) and Southeast Chamber Players. Designed music theory sequence and course in Electronics and Computers in Music. Coordinated visits and obtained grants for visiting artists Claude Baker (1992), Morton Subotnick (1993), and Joan La Barbara (1993) and visiting performers Manuel Ramos (1997), Linda Wetherill (1998), Paul Fejko (1998), and Barton and Priscilla Mclean (1999), Robert Wykes (2002), Leslie Marrs (2009). Supervised the computerization of the Department of Music (1989-1996). Chair of Music Department Publicity-Calendar Committee (1991-93), created multimedia computer program for publicity and recruiting (1993, revised 1994). Served on college computer committee (1992-1996), University Computer Task Force (1992), College Council (1996-2000), University Studies Assessment Committee (1996-2000), Visual/Performing Arts College Task Force (1998-present). Served as replacement faculty senator, 1993 and 1999 (alternate 1991-2000). MusiKrafters Music Services, Louisville, KY. Software developer (Apple certified developer) and head of music typesetting. July 1986-1989. Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Taught Interdisciplinary Humanities (sabbatical replacement). Jan. 1985-Dec. 1985. Musigraph Inc., Louisville, KY. Computerized Music Typesetting. Fall 1984-Spring 1985. Washington University, St. Louis, MO. Taught Theory II (teaching assistant), Sept. 1982-May 1983. Aural Skills Tutor, Spring 1983. 

PERFORMANCE HISTORY 

Arupadhatu: The Formless World, Iwona Glinka, Athens Greece, December, 2017.

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Dangerously Slick: Fanfare for Orchestra, Columbia Civic Orchestra, March, 2017; Southeast Missouri Symphony, April, 2016.

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Sonata Franckoniana for flute, oboe, clarinet, and piano (2015), Nicole Molumby, Jeanne Belfy, Leslie Moreau, Barton Moreau, International Double Reed Society, Columbus, GA, June, 2016; Boise State University, Boise, ID, Nov. 6, 2015. 

Homage on a Theme of Leonard Rosenman (2015), National Flute Association Convention, Washington D.C., August, 2015.

The Monster, for Clarinet or Oboe and CD with optional Cell phones (2014), Gabrielle Baffoni, Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Cape Girardeau, fall 2017; Faculty Showcase Presentation, Southeast River Campus, May 2015; Crisp Museum, November, 2014.

Night in the Tropics (L.M. Gottschalk) (2014), Calliope Flute Ensemble, Paul Thompson conductor, National Flute Association, Chicago, IL, August, 2014.

Hymntunes X: On Simple Gifts (2014), Calliope Flute Ensemble, Paul Thompson conductor, National Flute Association, Chicago, IL, August, 2014.

Hollywood Counterpoint, (2014) Michael and Scott Pool, NACWPI National Conference, St. Louis, MO, Oct. 31, 2014; Dean and Pool, Midwest Tour, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, Oct. 27, 2014; Iowa State University, Ames, IA, Sept. 28, 2014;  University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, Oct. 29, 2014; University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Sept. 30, 2014; Dean and Pool, ClarinetFest 2014, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, Aug. 1, 2014.

Homage to Merula for flute and clarinet (2014), Paul Thompson and Gabrielle Baffoni, Southeast Missouri State University, July, 2014.

River: Lake Itaska to New Orleans and the Gulf (2013), Seven Flutes, Calliope Ensemble, Sara Edgerton conductor, National Flute Association, New Orleans, LA, August 8, 2013.

Double Blind Sided (2013), Callous Physical Theater, Julie Sorensen, conductor, Idaho State University, May 22-25, 2013. 

The Dawning of Music in Kentucky (2013), violin and piano, Christensen and Judd, Southeast Missouri State University, May 5, 2013. Tour of Sweden, June 2013. 
 

In Memoriam, SATB Choir (2012), Cantus Choralis, Steven Hendricks, conductor, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2012.
 

Sonata O’Carolan for piccolo and piano (2011), Robert Fruehwald, piccolo, Matt Yount, piano, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2011.
 

Distant Voices for clarinet and CD (2011), Michael Dean, International Clarinet Congress, Madrid, Spain, July 25, 2015; Michael Dean, Texas Tour, Arlington Museum of Art, Sept. 19, 2013; Texas Christian University, Sept. 30, 2013; Texas State University—San Marcos, Oct. 2, 2013; Baylor University, Oct. 3, 2013.
 

Hymntunes IX: Foster from Missouri Harmony for alto flute and piano (2011), Paul Thompson, alto flute, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2011.
 

Versi for solo guitar (2011), Robert Trent, guitar, XIII del Festival Internacional de Guitarra de Angostura, Ciudad Bolívar, Venezuela, July 2011.
 

Hymntunes VIII on Elizabethan Christmas Songs for 3 flutes, piano and optional crotales (2010), Kristi Benedick, Shelly Monier, Paul Thomspon, flutes, Robert Fruehwald, piano, Rickard Breyer, Crotales, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2010.
 

Hymntunes V: Seikilos Song from Ancient Greece (version of work below) for 5 flutes and clappers (2010), Kristi Benedick, Shelly Monier, Paul Thomspon, Robert Fruehwald, Jace Walz, flutes, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2010.
 

Hymntunes VII: In Memoriam Marie Moutain Clark for flute and piano (2010), Leone Buyse, flute, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, spring 2010.
 

River for two flutes and chamber orchestra (2009), Southeast Missouri Symphony, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO, Central Conservatoty, Beijing China, Great Wall, China, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China, Zhejiangu University, Hangzhou, China, spring 2009.
 

Sonata Mozartiana for flute and piano (2009), Paul Thompson and Matt Yount, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2009.
 

Musiques Bizarres for piccolo and piano (2009), Tanesha Reeves and Robert Fruehwald, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2009.
 

Summer Sunrise on the Mississippi for clarinet and CD (2009), David Chivers, Brightlingsea, UK, fall 2012, Michael Dean, Rice University, Sam Houston State University, University of Texas (at Tyler, Arlington, San Antonio), ClarinetFest 2010 International Clarinet Association Conference, University of Texas, Austin, 2010.

Young Fugues for solo piano (1977-1979), Robert Fruehwald, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2009.
 

Obscure Chorales for solo piano (1972-1976, revised 2001), Robert Fruehwald, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2009.
 

Fantasy, Jan Sweelinck (transcribed for piano by Robert Fruehwald) (1982, revised 2009), Robert Fruehwald, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2009. 

Andy and Me for solo clarinet and CD (2006), Mika Rytha, Oulu, Findland, 2010; Michael Dean, Royal Northern School of Music, Manchester, England. University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, England, Colchester Institute, Colchester, England, fall 2008. International Clarinet Association, Kansas City, MO, summer 2008. Southeast Missouri State University, Dec. 2006.
 

Youthful Indiscretions for solo trombone, solo multiple percussion and wind symphony (2006), Southeast Wind Symphony (Bernhardt, con.) spring 2006.
 

Scherzo: Children's Jokes (2005), commissioned by the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Southeast Brass Quintet, fall 2005.

Modern Music, a minicantata for SATB and two spoken voices (2005), Southeast Missouri State University Choir (Hendricks, con.) fall 2005.
 

Earthdance, for children's voices and Orff ensemble (2004), commissioned by the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Missouri Music Educators Convention, Lake of the Ozarks, MO, spring 2005. 

Danny's Jig (2004), commissioned by the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, Southeast Brass Quintet, fall 2004.
 

Anthems: A Sonata for Solo Piano (2004), Kris Carlyle, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, Nov. 9, 2012, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2004. Kris Carlise, Berry College, Berry, Ga, 2008.
 

Anticipatory Illumination (2004), dance work, flutes, percussion, prerecorded CD, Southeast Missourt State University, spring 2004.
 

Three Turkish Preludes for solo flute (2003), Paul Thompson, National Flute Association Convention, Anaheim, CA 2010, Southeast Missouri State University, Fall 2009. Summer flute workshop, Adelphi University, New York, summer 2005.
 

Kebyar! (2003), commissioned by the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri, SE Chamber players and Orff instruments, Gifford, con., Dec. 2003.
 

What's an Orchestra: A Brief History of the Orchestra (2003), SE Orchestra, Edgerton con., Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2003.
 

Terpsichore: Quodlibet on Melodies by Michael Praetorius (2003) for solo clarinet, Michael Dean, Royal Northern School of Music, Manchester, England. University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, England, Colchester Institute, Colchester, England, fall 2008. Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2005, tour of Southern California, fall 2005, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2003.
 

Duo on Bulgarian Folksongs (2000-2002) for flute and guitar, Leslie Marrs and Robert Trent, National Flute Association, Kansas City, MO summer 2008, Radford University, VA, fall 2002. 

Rant (2002) for six violins, Bemidji MN Suzuki Workshop, Hendricks con., summer 2003, Southeast Missouri Music Academy Suzuki Violins, fall 2002. 

Zaum (2002) full length ballet for recorded voices and midi instruments, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2002.
 

Midlothian Madness (2001) for Flute, Oboe, and Percussion, Boise State University, Boise, ID, Sept. 2002. Version with guitar, Long Island, NY, spring 2003.
 

Connery's Butterfly (2001) for Small Orchestra, Southeast Missouri State University, April 2001.

Polkabats and Octopus Slacks (2001) for Children's Choir and Orff Instruments (based on the book by Calef Brown), Southeast Missouri Regional Children's Music Festival, Advance, MO, April 2001.
 

Hymntunes VI on melodies by David Smith (2000) for Flute and Guitar, National Flute Association, Kansas City, MO summer 2008, Linda Wetherill, New York, NY, August 2001.
 

Hymntunes V: Seikilos Song from Ancient Greece (2000) for Guitar Ensemble, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 2005, Milikin University, Decatur, IL, Mar. 2001, Southeast Missouri State University, April 2001.
 

A Farmington Divertimento on themes by Anthony Philip Heinrich (2000) for Oboe and Piano, Boise State University, Boise, ID, Feb. 2001, St. Michael's Cathedral, Boise, ID Spring 2001. Version for Wind Ensemble, Southeast Missouri State University, spring 2003. 

Three Fantasies (on Irish Folk Melodies) for solo bass flute, Leslie Marrs, National Flute Association, Kansas City, MO summer 2008, Radford University, VA, fall 2002.
 

Three Irish Melodies (1998) for Flute Choir, Fairbanks Flutes (AK), National Flute Association Convention, Las Vegas NV, Summer 2003, University of Alaska Summer Flute Camp, Fairbanks, AL, Summer 2000, Southeast Missouri River Campus, Spring 1999, Adelphi University, New York, Dec. 1998.
 

Vibrations (1997) for Voice, Flute and Tape, Central Missouri State University, fall 1997, Southeast Missouri State University, fall 1997.

Hymntunes IV: Imenetuki, Gospel Chant from the Cook Islands (1995, revised 1998) for Bass Flute, Linda Wetherill, Vikram Sarabhai International Arts Festival, Ahmedabad, India, 2007, Leslie Marrs, National Flute Association, Kansas City, MO summer 2008, Radford University, VA. fall 2002; North Westchester Center for the Arts, Mt. Kisco, NY, Nov. 11, 2001, SUNY Purchase, Westchester Co., NY, Oct. 11, 2001, Princeton, NJ, Sept. 22, 2001, Long Beach State University, Long Beach, CA, March, 2001, Linda Wetherill, National Flute Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, August 1999, City University of New York, July 1999, Southeast Missouri State University, April 1997 and 1995, Murray State University, 1995.
 

Hymntunes III (1994) for Flute Ensemble with Antiphonal Flutes (2015), Calliope Flute Ensemble, Paul Thompson, conductor, National Flute Association Convention, Washington, D,C,, August, 2015; version for Two Flutes and Tape (1994), Sheldon Auditorium, St. Louis, MO, Fall 2001, Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York, Feb. 1999, United Nations Interfaith Conference, New York, April 1998, National Flute Association Convention, New York, Aug. 1996, Murray State University, Mar. 5, 1995, Southeast Missouri State University, Mar. 2, 1994.
 

Nova Mater (1994) for Wind Ensemble, Southeast Wind Symhpny (Paul Thompson, flute) spring 2005, performance for inauguration of Southeast President, Spring 1997, multiple performances on statewide tour Jan. 1995, Missouri Music Educators State Convention, 1995, Southeast Missouri State University, Dec. 1994. 

Sonata (1994) for Flute and Piano, Iowa Flute Fest, Leslie Marrs, 2010; Radford University, VA, fall 2002; Paul Thompson, National Flute Association Convention, Dallas, Texas, Summer 2001, Sheldon Auditorium, St. Louis, MO, Fall 2000, Adelphi University, New York, Fall 1997, Webster University, St. Louis, 1996, Murray State University, 1995, Southeast Missouri State University, April 13, 1994. 

K540 (1993) for Flute Quartet, St. Louis Symphony Discovery Series, St. Louis, MO, fall 1993.
 

Metamorphosis of My Cat Fletcher (1993) for Flute and Video Tape, NACWPI National Conference, Gainesville, FL, Feb. 2011; Illinois State University, Spring 2004, City University of New York, Feb. 1998, Murray State University, Nov. 7, 1993, Southeast Missouri State University Oct. 7, 1993, various performances for local public schools.

Hymntunes II (1992) for Orchestra, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Memphis, TN, Mar. 1993, version for solo piano (2001) Southeast Missouri State University, 2002.
 

Atacameno Eluwun (1991) for Flute and Tape, choreographed by the FootNotes Dance Theater, Hartford, CT, Nov. 1996, Fleischer Library, Philadelphia, PA, 1994, SCI regional conference, Springfield, MO, 1994, Milwaukee Cathedral Aids Benefit, 1994, Murray State University 1994, Southeast MO State University 1991.

Chorale Prelude (1991) for Solo Flute (Hymntunes I), Southeast Missouri State University 1992, 1991, Western Illinois University New Music Festival, Macomb, IL. 1991.
 

The Border of Somewhere Else (ballet—1983) in collaboration with Barbara Davidson and the St. Louis Repertory Dancers. Three performances April 1983, St. Louis. Toured Southern Cities, May 1983. 

Variations (1983) for Viola and Piano. Jack Griffin for Kentucky Composers Concerts, Louisville, KY. Premiered Nov. 19, 1983, Louisville, KY.
 

Concept Group Inc., Louisville, KY. Commissioned to compose film score for documentary. Recorded Aug. 1981, Allen-Martin Studios, Jeffersontown, KY.
 

Waxwing Slain (1981) for Chamber Ensemble, Calarts New Music Festival, Los Angeles, CA. Calarts Twentieth Century Players,1981.
 

Incidental music for theatrical performances: A Midsummer Night's Dream, fall 2003; Miss Julie, Southeast Theater, 1998; Henry IV, Southeast Theater, 1997; Shakespeare Scenes, 1996; The Beaux' Stratagem, Southeast Theater 1989; Lysistrata, in collaboration with Jeffrey Noonan and Allan Schilling, Performing Arts Area, Edison Theater, St. Louis, MO, six performances Oct. 1983.

Various performances as flute soloist: Concerto for Flute and Wind Orchestra, Henk Badings with the Southeast Wind Ensemble, Winter 1993; Brandenburg Concerto No. 5, with the Southeast Missouri State University Orchestra, Fall 1992; Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, with the Southeast Missouri State University Orchestra, Spring 1992; Vivaldi Concerto in C Major for Piccolo with the Southeast Missouri State University Wind Ensemble, Spring 1991; Chaminade Concertino with the Cape Girardeau Municipal Band, Summer 1990; Mozart Concerto in D Major with the Louisville Youth Orchestra, Winter 1975.
 

PRESENTATIONS 

Flute Society of St. Louis, Edwardsville, IL. A Flutistic Friendship: The Music of Flutist-Composers Robert Wykes and Herny Mancini, April 2016.

Mid-Atlantic Flute Festival, Reston, VA. Words and Music—The Relationship of Music and Language with Paul Thompson. February, 2015.

Flute Society of St. Louis, Edwardsville, IL. Words and Music—The Relationship of Music and Language with Paul Thompson. May, 2014.

Kentucky Flute Festival, Bowling Green, KY. Words and Music—The Relationship of Music and Language with Paul Thompson. January, 2014.
 

Kentucky Flute Festival, Louisville, KY. Music of Robert Fruehwald with Paul Thompson. January, 2011.

Iowa Flute Fest, Des Moines, IA. Hymntunes IV and Three Fantasies: Music of Robert Fruehwald, with students from the University of Northern Iowa and Drake University. March 27, 2010.

Atheneum, Southeast Missouri State University, Developments in Contemporary Classical Music: A Personal View (with Paul Thompson). Feb. 10, 2010.
 

Flute Society of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. Recent Trends in Music for Flute: A Personal View—a lecture recital with Paul Thompson. Jan. 30, 2010.
 

Missouri Choir Directors Association, Jefferson City, MO. Delivered lecture Technology for use in Advanced Placement Music Theory, with Sterling Cossaboom. July 1998.

Missouri Association of Departments and Schools of Music, Columbia, MO. Delivered lecture Multi-Media in the Music Classroom: Music Theory and Electronic Music. Sept. 1995.
 

College Music Society International Conference, Berlin, Germany. Delivered lecture A Multi-Media Approach to Multi-Cultural Music Instruction. June 1995.

Music Theory Midwest Annual Conference, Iowa City, IA. Delivered lecture Computers and Multi-Media in the Music Theory Classroom. April 1995.
 

College Music Society Great Plains Chapter Annual Conference, Lincoln, NE. Delivered lecture Teaching Principles of Composition, Techniques and Skills to General Education Students as an Alternative to Traditional Music Appreciation Courses with Dr. Sterling Cossaboom. March 1993.
 

Dana New Music Festival 1990, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH. Delivered lecture The Future of Technology in Music Education with Dr. Sterling Cossaboom. April 1990.
 

Centre for Research into the Applications of Computers to Music, Lancaster University, Lancaster, England. Presented lecture, Problems with the Creation of a Musical Database for Scholars. April, 1988.
 

Humanities Forum, Bach Tercentenary Lecture, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY. Lecture-demonstration on symbolism in Bach's works with a performance of C Major flute Sonata (R. Fruehwald, flute C.A. Salisbury, Harpsichord). March 22, 1985.
 

AWARDS AND HONORS 

Blue Spiral Records, Minimalist Piano Series (one of several winners) fall 2017. Phasma Two Minute Pieces (one of several winners) fall 2017. Missouri Composers Project, winner orchestral division, spring 2017. American Prize, Honorable Mention for Double Blind Sided, 2014. Missouri Music Teachers Association, Composer of the Year, 1997. College of Liberal Arts Award for Creative or Scholarly Activity, Southeast Missouri State University, 2006 and 1994. Faculty Merit Award, Southeast Missouri State University, 1993, 1994, 1995. Alumni Scholarship Award, University of Louisville, 1978. 

 
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