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Composer-conductor Mark Camphouse received his formal musical training at Northwestern University. His 30 published works for wind band have received widespread critical acclaim and are performed frequently in the U.S. and abroad. He has served as guest conductor, lecturer, and clinician in 43 states, Canada, Europe, and China. Mr. Camphouse is Professor of Music at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where he conducts the wind symphony and teaches courses in composition and conducting. He is a recipient of the prestigious Outstanding Faculty Award by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - the Commonwealth's highest honor for demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and public service.
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Elisabetta Brusa (b.1954): Symphony No. 1, Op. 10; Merlin - Symphonic Poem, Op. 20 / Royal Scottish Nat'l Orch., Rustioni
Andrei Golovin (b.1950): 'Light Unapproachable' - Orchestral & Concerto Works / Mikhail Bereznitsky, viola; Alexander Rudin, cello et al.
Alma Llanera (Soul of the Plains): Venezuelan Music / Saxon Wind Philharmonic; Alma Llanera Quintet; Clamor
Reanimations: Contemporary American Works for Wind Ensemble / West Chester University Wind Ensemble; Andrew Yozviak
Zhou Long/Chen Yi: Symphony 'Humen 1839'; Zhou Long: The Rhyme of Taigu; The Enlightened / New Zealand SO; Darrell Ang
Vladimir M. Jurowski (1915-72): Symphony No. 5; "Russian Painters" / Norrköping SO; Michail Jurowski
Canvases: Works for Wind Band by Alarcón, Lindroth, Spittal, Schwarz et al. / North Texas Wind Symphony; Corporon
Festive Music for Trumpets, Timpani & Organ: Works of Bach, Charpentier, Telemann, Handel & Widor / Dresden Trumpet Consort; Holger Gehring, organ
Music for Brass Septet, Vol. 2 - Instrumental suites from operas by Rameau, Blow, Purcell & Handel / Septura