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Kurtz--Edward Frampton (Music Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
101 The Symphony Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.213
6/1/1946 List of student; photo.
102 Music festival ends tonight; Harold Holst directs girls' choral songs
College Eye 37:31, p.1
5/3/1946 Description of the program.
103 College symphony concert
Public Relations News Release 1946:139, p.1
4/30/1946 Carl Anton Wirth's orchestral suite will be played by the orchestra. Edward Kurtz will conduct the overture. Emil Bock will be a soloist.
104 Three day music festival
Public Relations News Release 1946:134, p.1
4/29/1946 Nearly two hundred students will participate in the festival. There is no admission charge. The band, symphony, and choral groups will be in concert.
105 Dr. Kurtz symphony played
Alumnus 30:2, p.2
4/1/1946 Symphony in D Major played on campus.
106 Dr. Kurtz attends two music meets
College Eye 37:22, p.1
107 Department head to attend national meeting
Public Relations News Release 1946:41, p.1
2/14/1946 Edward Kurtz will travel to Detroit, Michigan to attend the annual meetings of the National Assoication of Schools of Music and the Music Teachers National Association.
108 Dr. Kurtz directs own music in symphony concert Sunday
College Eye 37:20, p.1
2/8/1946 Will direct Symphony No. 4 in D Major.
109 Present symphony concert Sunday
College Eye 37:19, p.3
110 Symphony orchestra to present winter concert
Public Relations News Release 1946:29, p.1
1/31/1946 Edward Kurtz will conduct the Iowa State Teachers College Symphony Orchestra in their winter concert. The final number was written by Dr. Kurtz.
111 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfornia initiates new members
Public Relations News Release 1946:10, p.1
1/14/1946 National music honorary adds seven male students and two music department members.
112 Orchestra gives fall concert
Alumnus 30:1, p.1
1/1/1946 Symphony program.
113 Present Messiah Sunday; Oratorio by chorus and orchestra
College Eye 37:14, p.1
12/14/1945 History and description of the upcoming performance; photo.
114 Edward Kurtz to direct "The Messiah"
Public Relations News Release 1945:311, p.1
12/13/1945 "The Messiah" will be performed in the college auditorium. The first American performance was in 1770.
115 "The Messiah"
Public Relations News Release 1945:307, p.1
12/10/1945 The traditional performance will be held in the college auditorium. Edward Kurtz is directing.
116 Faculty members present new KXEL radio program
College Eye 37:13, p.3
12/7/1945 A look at the programming; photo.
117 Symphony to give concert; Dr. Kurtz will direct performance
College Eye 37:10, p.1
11/9/1945 Performance program; list of orchestra members.
118 Symphony Orchestra fall concert announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:290, p.1
11/8/1945 Edward Kurtz will conduct the orchestra in concert in the college auditorium. Harald Holst will be the vocal soloist.
119 Symphony orchestra to hold winter concert
Public Relations News Release 1945:282, p.1
11/6/1945 I. S. T. C. orchestra has seventy members and will hold their winter concert in the college auditorium.
120 Campus high school student to perform in recital
Public Relations News Release 1945:270, p.1
10/30/1945 Virginia Wellborn will present a violin solo during campus recitals. She will be joined by voice and piano students.
121 Recital performers announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:269, p.1
10/30/1945 Music students will share the stage in Gilchrist Hall during recitals.
122 Music students present recital
Public Relations News Release 1945:265, p.1
10/24/1945 Piano, voice, violin, and trumpet selections presented in Gilchrist chapel.
123 Students to perform during recitals
Public Relations News Release 1945:266, p.1
10/24/1945 Voice, piano, violin, and trumpet students will showcase their skills in Gilchrist chapel.
124 Special to the Courier; recital date, time, and location announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:258, p.1
10/18/1945 Music recital will feature students of voice, piano, and violin. Gilchrist Hall is the sight of the recital.
125 Students of Edward Kurtz, Jane Birkhead, and George W. Sampson to perform
Public Relations News Release 1945:257, p.1
10/18/1945 A recital will be held, featuring violin, voice, and piano selections. The event will be held in Gilchrist Hall.
126 Lynch appointed director of school
Alumnus 29:4, p.14
10/1/1945 John Lynch appointed at Chadron State.
127 Musical concert schedule announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:226, p.1
9/12/1945 A mezzo-soprano star of the Metropolitan Opera will start the concert series. Piano, violin, voice, and the college symphony orchestra are scheduled to perform.
128 Violin recital to be held in Gilchrist Chapel
Public Relations News Release 1945:217, p.1
9/5/1945 Georganne Bairnson, a former student of Edward Kurtz, is currently studying at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.
129 Dr. Kurtz explains why all people can't sing
College Eye 36:44, p.2
130 Former T. C. student director of teacher training at Chadron
College Eye 36:44, p.2
8/17/1945 John Lynch takes position formerly held by Dwight Curtis.
131 New director of the Teacher Training School in Chadron, Nebraska named
Public Relations News Release 1945:205, p.1
8/15/1945 John Lynch, an I. S. T. C. graduate, will replace Dwight Curtis. Curtis is presently the director of Student teaching at I. S. T. C.
132 Edward Kurtz to attend conference in St. Louis
Public Relations News Release 1945:193, p.1
7/25/1945 Head of the music department is member of the Committee of Teachers Colleges of the National Association of Schools of Music.
133 Kurtz to St. Louis
College Eye 36:40, p.2
7/20/1945 Will attend meeting.
134 College Symphony to present summer concert next Tuesday
College Eye 36:38, p.1
7/6/1945 Performance program.
135 Summer concert of the symphony orchestra announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:171, p.1
7/6/1945 Edward Kurtz will direct the Iowa State Teachers Colleg orchestra in their spring concert. Five faculty members will perform with the orchestra.
136 May music festival
Alumnus 29:3, p.2
7/1/1945 Orchestra and chorus present concerts.
137 "Modern Orchestra" Kurtz topic July 3
College Eye 36:37, p.3
6/29/1945 Will speak to assembly; photo.
138 "Development of the Modern Orchestra" is the title of Dr. Kurtz address
Public Relations News Release 1945:165, p.1
6/28/1945 Edward Kurtz will present a brief story on orchestra organization and development of instruments.
139 Series of eight lectures on summer card
College Eye 36:34, p.1
6/8/1945 Schedule of summer lectures.
140 Matriculation convocation activities announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:147, p.1
6/4/1945 Following freshman registration for the summer session, Vernon P. Bodein will address the students on the subject, "The Odyssey of Faith". Lecture schedule announced.
141 Faculty
Old Gold 0:0, p.51
6/1/1945 Faculty; photo.
142 Symphony Orchestra
Old Gold 0:0, p.176
6/1/1945 List of members; photo.
143 Teaching Departments--Art and Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.40
6/1/1945 The Departments of Art and Music are headed by Professors Harold Palmer and Edward Kurtz, respectively; photo.
144 Annual spring concerts to be part of two day May Festival
Public Relations News Release 1945:105, p.1
4/30/1945 Symphony Orchestra and College Chorus to be part of the spring concert.
145 Dial Dope for KXEL
College Eye 36:30, p.3
4/27/1945 Programming changes.
146 Music Department's May Festival to be held in College Auditorium
College Eye 36:29, p.1
4/20/1945 Description of the program.
147 Weekly student music recital program announced
Public Relations News Release 1945:95, p.1
4/12/1945 Violin, piano, and vocal selections will performed by eight students during the recital.
148 Students named for weekly music recital
Public Relations News Release 1945:69, p.1
3/15/1945 Violin, piano, clarinet, and voice presentations will be heard during the recital.
149 Public schools give music prominence in leisure activities, says Dr. Kurtz
College Eye 36:22, p.4
2/23/1945 Professor Kurtz tells why music should be studied in public schools.
150 Westminister Choir to perform
Public Relations News Release 1945:50, p.1
2/6/1945 Members chosen for personality and physical stamina as well as musicianship and vocal attributes.


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