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Author Hart, Kenneth W., 1939-
Title Day for Dancing : the Life and Music of Lloyd Pfautsch.
Imprint Denton : University of North Texas Press, 2014.

Author Hart, Kenneth W., 1939-
Series North Texas Lives of Musician Series.
North Texas Lives of Musician Series.
Subject Pfautsch, Lloyd.
Composers -- Texas -- Dallas -- Biography.
Choral conductors -- Texas -- Dallas -- Biography.
College teachers -- Texas -- Dallas -- Biography.
Description 1 online resource (256 pages).
Contents List of Musical Examples; Acknowledgments; The Call to Dance (A Prologue); Chapter 1. The Dance of Prophecy (Missouri and Illinois); Chapter 2. The Dance of Promise (New York); Chapter 3. The Dance of Announcement (Illinois); Chapter 4. The Dance of Fulfillment (Texas); Chapter 5. The Dance of Adoration (Popularity and Success); The Eternal Dance (An Epilogue).; Appendices; A. Pfautsch Family Tree; B. Chronological List of Musical Events Involving Lloyd Pfautsch; C.A Lloyd Pfautsch Chronology; D. Non-Choral Compositions; E. Choral Compositions; F. Commissions.
G. 36 Years of Service to America's Youth (A Partial List of Festivals Conducted)H. MM Choral Conducting Graduates With Doctorates; I. Other MM Choral Conducting Graduates; J. An Analysis of Careers for MM Choral Conducting Graduates; K. Meditation on Psalm 67: A Tribute to Lloyd Pfautsch; L. Lloyd Pfautsch Remembered: A Eulogy; Notes; Bibliography; Index.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 230-238) and index.
Summary After earning his theology degree from Union Seminary in New York, Lloyd Pfautsch (1921-2003) found his true calling in church music. He was invited to Southern Methodist University in 1958 to start their graduate program in sacred music and remained there for 34 years. Outside the university, he formed the Dallas Civic Chorus and led it for 25 years. He was nationally known for his conducting and the quality of the musicians he produced as well as for his compositions, many of which are illustrated here with his handwritten notations. This is the first biography of this important figure, and.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781574415810 (electronic bk.)
1574415816 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 896797514
Additional Format Print version: Hart, Kenneth W. Day for Dancing : The Life and Music of Lloyd Pfautsch. Denton : University of North Texas Press, ©2014 9781574415674.

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