Kohlenberg, Randy

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The return to the slide from the valve trombone by late nineteenth and early twentieth-century trombonists including Arthur Pryor (1870-1942) 2005 6934 " The invention of the valve radically changed the design, construction, and function of brass instruments. Following the introduction of the valve trombone during the 1820s, the slide was considered to be unwieldy and cumbersome, and therefore, inad...
The contributions of Tommy Pederson (1920-1998) to trombone performance and literature in the twentieth century : a lecture recital and document 2007 6379 "Tommy Pederson (1920-1998) was a twentieth century trombonist and composer whose legacy continues through his many compositions and recordings. Although Pederson's life affected many in the trombone community, articles and other materials that descr...
Joseph Milford Nicholson (b. 1935) : pioneer trombone historian 2007 5618 Interest in the history and development of the trombone and its literature escalated during the last half of the twentieth century. As curricula for doctoral degrees began to develop during the 1950s, trombonists in advanced degree programs began to ...
Pre-service teaching experiences during the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Summer Music Camp 2009 1506 Founded in 1983, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Summer Music Camp (SMC) is an annual residential summer youth program consisting of two, one-week sessions. Approximately 1,800 students participate in large and small ensembles, ...
Causes, effects, and solutions to performance-related anxiety: suggestions for the teaching of brass players 2009 10059 Music performance anxiety, or MPA, affects musicians of every age and performance level. This condition inhibits musical performance in the areas of accuracy, endurance, expression, and enjoyment. Music performance anxiety exists, in large part, thro...
Musical accompaniments in the preparation of marimba concerti: a survey of selective interactive music software programs 2009 2929 The purpose of this study was to investigate the features of three interactive music software programs and their application in preparing marimba concerti. Specifically, the study evaluated Finale, NOTION, and SmartMusic for their viability in prepar...
Baroque Solo and Homogeneous Ensemble Trombone Repertoire: A Lecture-Recital Supporting and Demonstrating Performance at a Pitch Standard Derived from Primary Sources and Extant Instruments 2010 8050 The dissertation project included four recitals containing representative works for solo trombone with piano and one lecture-recital. The purpose of the lecture-recital was to present works composed before 1750 for solo trombone and homogeneous tromb...
The effectiveness of the SmartMusic assessment tool for evaluating trombone student performance 2011 4814 The purpose of this study was to discuss the SmartMusic® assessment feature and to determine the effectiveness of this software with regard to student trombonists. The study was completed due to the widespread use of this convenient method forevaluat...
The hammered dulcimer in the Southern Appalachian old time string band music of North Carolina, Southwest Virginia, and West Virginia 2012 4294 The hammered dulcimer, although present since early in American history, has within the past few decades encountered a resurgence of popularity with some players performing the traditional Appalachian string band music known as Old Time. Although pre...
James Francis Burke’s Zorita (c. 1968): a transcribed edition for solo cornet and brass quintet 2013 7016 James Francis Burke (1923-1981) was one of the most renowned cornet soloists of the Twentieth Century. Despite having no use of his right arm, the result of suffering an injury at birth, Burke learned to play the cornet at an early age and began to p...
Bridging the virtual gap in internet based music instruction: a feasibility study in trombone performance education 2013 3349 Since being introduced into classrooms in the late 1990s, online instruction has grown substantially both in student enrollment and the number of programs offered at state, district, and multi-district levels. Although having been applied liberally t...
Connections between linguistic and musical sound systems of British and American trombonists 2014 1869 The purpose of this study was twofold: first, to determine whether measurable and perceptible differences between American and British trombonists exist; second, to determine whether any of these measurable differences correlate in any way with estab...
Song sets by Beethoven, Berg, and Lutoslawski: transcriptions for trombone and piano within a lecture recital 2015 2599 I. Solo Recital: Sunday, April 28, 2013, 7:30 p.m., UNCG Recital Hall. Sonata Concertante, (Walter Hartley); Romanza Appassionata, (Carl Maria von Weber); Ballade for Bass Clarinet, (Eugène Bozza); Sonatine, pour Trombone et Piano (Jacques Castérède)...
The perpetuation of the Moravian instrumental music tradition : Bernard Jacob Pfohl and the Salem, North Carolina, bands (1879-1960) 1991 107 Bernard Jacob Pfohl (1866-1960) was a respected bandsman in the Moravian community of Salem. Through his exposure to music at home and at church during his childhood, Pfohl joined the Church Band in 1879 and, ten years later, became the ensemble's di...
Dan Forrest’s sonata for trombone and piano (2005): a performance guide 2019 287 The purpose of this study was to provide a performance guide and brief biographical sketch for Dan Forrest’s Sonata for Trombone and Piano. Daniel Ernest Forrest, Jr. (b. 1978), a 21st century composer, is known primarily for his choral compositions....
Leo Arnaud (1904-1991), trombonist, composer, film musician : a biographical sketch and catalogue of musical works and films 1996 22 The musical contributions of Leo Arnaud (1904-1991), as a performer, conductor, teacher, and composer are unique and significant in the Twentieth Century. His associations with composers such as Maurice Ravel, Camille Saint-Saens, and Cole Porter, hi...
Betty Glover (b. 1923): trombone pioneer 2020 12 Betty Glover (b. 1923) was a truly unique pioneer who significantly impacted women playing in the orchestra especially in the brass section. She was a highly skilled and versatile musician on trombone, euphonium, and piano while also being a successf...
Transitioning from the euphonium to the trombone: a four-year case study 2020 4 Musicians may transition from one instrument to a different primary instrument during the first few years of their study. In this case study, the Subject transitioned from euphonium to tenor trombone as an additional primary performance instrument du...