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Music

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Title Date Summary
201 U.S. Air Force band to play at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2003:155, p.1
10/29/2002 Will perform in GBPAC Great Hall November 10.
202 Serendipity Safari
Rogness--Jared C. (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 99:14, p.7
10/18/2002 Pop singers Britney Spears, Tiffany, and Debbie Gibson argue about their popularity.
203 The music biz
Public Relations News Release 2001:529, p.1
6/24/2002 John Vallentine talks about the status of the music industry today.
204 Music and mood
Public Relations News Release 2001:501, p.1
5/27/2002 Discussion is held on the effects of music.
205 Lack of support not only at athletic events
Dean--Samantha R. (Student--2000-2002)
Northern Iowan 98:44, p.9
3/15/2002 Comments on the lack of student support for the theatre, and music departments at UNI, as well as intercollegiate athletics other than basketball and football.
206 Celebrating holiday diversity
Public Relations News Release 0:247, p.1
12/24/2001 Music from different cultural holiday celebration discussed.
207 The best albums, tours of 2001
Rogers--Brian (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:27, p.7
12/11/2001 Reviews the music of the bands Radiohead and Tool.
208 Musicians lending voices to relief efforts
Baranowski--Tony
Northern Iowan 98:10, p.5
10/5/2001 Discusses ways in which music helps people deal with tough situations and how certain musicians ruin classic songs.
209 Columnist tries to lighten mood
Koppes--Kevin (Student--2002)
Northern Iowan 98:7, p.7
9/25/2001 Feels the music industry should concentrate more on music than money.
210 Aaliyah's death shakes the music world
Oswald--Nick (Student--2001)
Northern Iowan 98:5, p.18
9/18/2001 Author pays tribute to Aaliyah; photo.
211 MTV de-Generation X?
Northern Iowan 98:3, p.7
9/11/2001 Comments on the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards.
212 Music education
Public Relations News Release 2000:477, p.1
6/25/2001 The importance of music in everyone's life will be discussed by Debra Gordon.
213 From Material Girl to music icon: a tribute to Madonna
Roberts--Dixie
Northern Iowan 97:52, p.13
4/17/2001 Review of the singing career of Madonna.
214 Iowa needs music label industry
Northern Iowan 97:51, p.8
4/13/2001 Rowdy Lind of Donnellson, Iowa, believes that UNI should begin a record label.
215 Madonna finds 'What it feels like' to be banned by MTV. . .again
Droll--Robert J.
Northern Iowan 97:45, p.3
3/23/2001 Comments on the banning of Madonna's most recent music video by MTV; photo.
216 Serendipity Safari
Rogness--Jared C. (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 97:42, p.6
3/2/2001 A chicken performs rap music.
217 Musical instruments are instrumental in child development
Public Relations News Release 2000:206, p.1
1/22/2001 Bob Washut explains the benefits of music on children.
218 Rap and reading
Public Relations News Release 2000:195, p.3
1/8/2001 Rap music is being used to help children learn to read.
219 Playing a musical instrument can help children develop myriad skills
Public Relations News Release 2000:183, p.1
12/1/2000 Bob Washut discusses the skills obtained by children who play an instrument.
220 Rap can have positive effect on children's learning
Public Relations News Release 2000:288, p.1
11/1/2000 Gloria Kirkland Holmes comments on how rap, used in a positive way, creates the rhythmic patterns or beats that help children learn and retain knowledge.
221 Niche Radio finds a home on the Web
Public Relations News Release 2000:135, p.1
10/30/2000 More and more radio stations have followings on the Web, according to Chris Martin.
222 Serendipity Safari
Rogness--Jared C. (Class of 2003)
Northern Iowan 97:18, p.6
10/27/2000 Gives opinion of pop music.
223 "Almost Famous" sparks musical inquiry
Gernes--Michael
Northern Iowan 97:14, p.6
10/13/2000 Gives insight on how music from the 1990s will be noted.
224 Tallcorn Jazz Festival announces winners, students qualify for state competition
Public Relations News Release 1998:361, p.1
5/4/1999 Iowa State Jazz Competition held April 1 at UNI.
225 Iowa is a friendly state and DMB does not "suck"
Spaete--Joshua
Northern Iowan 95:55, p.12
4/30/1999 Student comments on Nathan Chandler's column blasting the "Dave Matthews Band" and was disappointed by M. J. Rana's letter about unfriendly Iowans.
226 One should be exposed to many types of music
Merges--Julie
Northern Iowan 95:55, p.11
4/30/1999 Nathan Chandler's article on the "Dave Matthews Band" was inappropriate and insulted the fans.
227 DMB soon to be legendary
Rudisill--Elizabeth
Northern Iowan 95:53, p.10
4/23/1999 "Dave Matthews Band" has influenced our culture and music.
228 DMB: one phenomenon that will hopefully pass
Chandler--Nathan
Northern Iowan 95:50, p.6
4/13/1999 Columnist is not a fan of the Dave Matthews Band.
229 Using music to affect your mood
Public Relations News Release 1998:165, p.1
11/25/1998 Wendy Cook and Kim McReady talk about the impact of music on mood in their workshop.
230 Using rap to teach reading
Public Relations News Release 1998:146, p.1
11/12/1998 UNI professor of curriculum and instruction Gloria Kirkland-Holmes discusses using rap music to teach reading to young children.
231 Guest Organist from Britain, Colin Andrews, in concert on Tuesday, Nov. 3
Public Relations News Release 1998:108, p.1
10/29/1998 British organist will perform November 3 as part of the UNI Organ Series and present a workshop on poetry November 2.
232 Used in a positive way, rap can have a very positive effect on children's learning
Public Relations News Release 1998:109, p.1
10/26/1998 Rap music can be used to help students having trouble with other academic subjects.
233 Black history in music
Public Relations News Release 1997:206, p.1
2/5/1998 Darryl Taylor, Assistant Professor of Music, remarks on African American contributions to music.
234 Making beautiful music, on the world wide web
Public Relations News Release 1996:481, p.1
8/5/1997 Professor Rees talks about music resources on the internet.
235 University of Northern Iowa music historian finds unknown Mozart work
Public Relations News Release 1996:443, p.1
6/12/1997 Professor David Buch finds unknown Mozart work at a library in Germany.
236 Untitled
Soukup--John
Northern Iowan 93:45, p.8
3/28/1997 Student brings instrument to Jazzercize class.
237 Enjoy life: become a roadie
Kopecky--Faith
Northern Iowan 93:36, p.5
2/14/1997 Columnist comments on the effect popular musical groups have on individuals.
238 Down Beat magazine all "jazzed" up about UNI band
Public Relations News Release 1996:110, p.1
10/14/1996 Down Beat magazine recently gave the UNI Jazz Band One a five-star rating in a review of its CD.
239 The Blenders to perform during Homecoming festivities at University of Northern Iowa October 11
Public Relations News Release 1996:93, p.1
10/7/1996 The Blenders will be performing October 11 as part of the Homecoming festivities.
240 Jazzing up Russell Hall
Cross--Scott
Northern Iowan 93:10, p.10
10/4/1996 Five jazz combinations performed in Russell Hall Tuesday.
241 Oh, how things change; music from the good ol' days
Arnold--Nicholas
Northern Iowan 93:6, p.6
9/20/1996 People's tastes in music change as they age.
242 Music can teach children to communicate
Public Relations News Release 1996:21, p.1
9/16/1996 Gary Dulabaum has helped kids to read and communicate using music and singing.
243 Music has charms to soothe the savage beast, and is pretty effective at teaching kids, too!
Public Relations News Release 1995:491, p.1
8/19/1996 Gary Dulabaum believes music can help improve kids' reading skills.
244 Parents shouldn't be afraid to participate with children in music
Public Relations News Release 1992:398, p.1
3/15/1993 Chad and Terri Sigafus said that parents should participate in music with their children. This and other ideas were shared during a visit to Price Lab School.
245 Don't Fight It
Wiethorn--Mike
Northern Iowan 88:6, p.2
9/20/1991 Surveys recent popular music.
246 UNI to host band festival next weekend
Northern Iowan 87:34, p.9
2/1/1991 Northern Iowa Festival of Bands will be held February 7-9. Northern Brass Quintet, including many UNI faculty performers, will open with a concert Friday.
247 Upcoming musical performances
Northern Iowan 87:30, p.10
1/18/1991 Robert Lehrbaumer and Rick Sowash will perform January 21 and 22, respectively, as part of "Vienna in Concert".
248 Music to our ears may soon come in the form of an earplug.
Public Relations News Release 1990:265, p.1
12/31/1990 UNI professor notes that earplugs can allow persons to enjoy loud concerts.
249 Creative drama builds thinking, social skills at University of Northern Iowa's Price Laboratory School
Public Relations News Release 1990:234, p.1
12/3/1990 Plays provide fourth graders opportunities to plan, play, work in groups, perform, and evaluate their work.
250 REO Speedwagon rocked the Dome with 'intense energy'
Kline--Rebecca
Northern Iowan 87:19, p.12
11/6/1990 REO Speedwagon concert a success; photo.

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