Well, sort of . . . yes, they are singing like cats, but only as part of Denise Lane’s senior recital (she’s the one wearing the blue dress). Nijmeh Rapp (in the red dress) joined her in their rendition of Rossini’s Duetto Buffo Di Due Gatti which probably means something like Duet of the Buff Kitties (okay, I’m not fluent in Italian, but I figured I’m allowed at least one guess . . .)
In any event, check out the attached video. Not just anyone can sing this and pull it off—it has to be performed with maximum ATTITUDE!
Julie Dean presented her Senior Voice Recital on Sunday, October 17th. Julie’s performance selections included Ghost of Corporate Future by Regina Spektor; Mandoline by Gabriel Faure; and Voi Che Sapete from Le Nozze di Figaro by W. A. Mozart. She concluded her performance Under African Skies written by Paul Simon and performed with fellow music therapy students, Jarrod Ivie, Denise Lane, Dalton Wilson and Jared Rodgers.
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The Maryville University Chorale performed on Sunday, April 25, 2010 in the Maryville University Auditorium.
Directed by Derrick Fox, they performed a variety of pieces including Lizela (traditional African), Abendlied (Evening Song) by Felix Mendelssohn, and Cantate Domino (Sing to the Lord) by Hans Leo Hassler among others.
Maryville University Chorale
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Music Therapy student, Renee Poirier, performed her senior recital at the Maryville University Auditorium on Thursday, Aprill 22, 2010.
Renee performed a variety of selections on hammered dulcimer. Renee performed both solo, and will the accompaniment of other music therapy students.
Renee’s song choices included Valse petit dejeuner (Breakfast Waltz) by Jean-Christoph Lequerre, Melody by Robert Schumann and arranged by Renee Poirier, South Winds a traditional Irish song, and La Partida a traditional Venezuelan song among others.
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Music Therapy student, Kevin Bachmann, performed his senior recital at the Maryville University Auditorium on Sunday, April 18th, 2010.
Kevin played guitar on a wide variety of selections including Andantino Grazioso by Matteo Carcassi, and Chinatown My Chinatown by Chet Atkins.
Kevin played guitar and sang on several songs including Across the Universe by Lennon and McCartney, and Talk Tonight by Noel Gallagher among others.
Kevin also performed several songs he wrote including Lifeline and Keep You Warm.
As his last performance, Kevin, with the help of his fellow music therapy students, performed a percussion piece entitled HEAD TALK by Mark Ford.
Music Therapy student, Eliza Pautz, held her senior recital at the Maryville University Auditorium on Friday, April 16th, 2010.
Eliza performed a variety of vocal selections including Va’ godendo from Serse by Handel, Allerseelen by Richard Strauss, Adieu, notre petite table by Jules Massenet and Laurie’s Song by Aaron Copland among others.
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Jonnica Landeis performed her senior recital on Sunday, April 11, 2010 at the Maryville University Auditorium.
Jonnica, a soprano, performed a variety of songs including O Come, O Come My Dearest by Thomas Arne, Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man of Mine (from Showboat) by Jerome Kern, For Good (from Wicked) by Stephen Schwartz, and Star Vicino (To Stay Near) by Salvator Rosa among others.
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Jake performed on a variety of instruments including marimba, piano, snare drum, guitar and piano. On the guitar pieces, he also accompanied himself vocally.
Jake’s selection of pieces included Toccata in D Minor by Bach performed on marimba, Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven on piano, and Mad World by Tears for Fears on guitar. Jake also performed, with the assistance of several fellow music therapy students, an original vocal and instrument percussion piece. On this piece, as well as a percussion piece entitled Head Talk by Mark Ford, Jake incorporated humor with the coooperation of a music therapy student playing the role of the hapless buffoon.
Anne Bahr performed her senior recital on March 20th, 2010 at the Maryville Auditorium. Her performance included a mix of genres including an excerpt from the opera Pirro e Demetrio, an African a cappella piece entitled Khulah Impadada, and a blues song entitled Built for Comfort. Anne also performed an original composition entitled Brand New Girl.
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