Thursday, April 26, 2007

Ball State Saxophone Quartet Performs at Bracken

On Wednesday, April 4, 2007, Ball State University Libraries presented the Ball State Saxophone Quartet in a half-hour performance as part of the Libraries’ Matinee Musicale programming.
Under the guidance of Dr. George Wolfe, the four musicians played selections such as “Prelude and Fugue” by Domenico Scarlati, “Twelve Hours” by Jeremy Spindler, and “Nuages,” a scherzo for four saxophones by Eugene Bozza.
The members of the quartet are soprano saxophonist Nathan Bogert, alto saxophonist Aaron Fredrick, tenor saxophonist Stephen Driscoll, and baritone saxophonist Jeremy Castaneda.

A streamed version of the performance will soon be available from the University Libraries’ Virtual Press,

For more information, contact Dr. Fritz Dolak, University Libraries’ Copyright and Intellectual Property Manager and Special Assistant to the Dean, University Copyright Center,, (765) 285-5330.

This newsletter article first appeared in The Library Insider 5(4): 9; April 2007.

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