Piano trios are a showcase for any composer of ability.”--about Attracting Opposites — Emma Lou Diemer, composer A remarkable concert that exhibited expertise and profound musicality. In 1971 she moved from the East Coast to teach composition and theory at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She taught in several colleges and was organist at several churches in the Kansas City area during the 1950s. Emma Lou played the piano and composed at a very early age and became organist in her church at age 13. Piano: Composer: Emma Lou Diemer: Publisher: Lauren Keiser Music Publishing: Series: LKM Music : This five-minute recital piece juxtaposes to the technical keyboard virtuosity and Baroque melodic filigree of Vivaldi with minimalist composition techniques established in the 20th Century. She was consultant for the MENC Contemporary Music Project before joining the faculty of the University of Maryland where she taught composition and theory from 1965-70. She has written numerous hymns, several of which appear in church hymnals. Diemer's parents were George Willis Diemer (1885-1956),[6] American educator, college president, one of a group of American educators who were sent by the U.S. Dept. She was composer-in-residence with the Santa Barbara Symphony 1990-92. Shop and Buy Spirituals sheet music. 1927) is a native of Kansas City, Missouri. Sextet for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano is on the album Music at the Crossroads. Press, 1997). and her M.M from the Yale School of Music in 1949 and 1950, respectively. Piano Concerto No.3, Op.75 (Tchaikovsky, Pyotr) Piano Concerto No.5, Op.103 (Saint-Saëns, Camille) Piano Concerto (Lalo, Édouard) Piano Concerto (Massenet, Jules) Piano Quintet, Op.25 (Boisdeffre, René de) Piano Quintet (Dubois, Théodore) Poèmes Virgiliens (Dubois, Théodore) Prélude-Caprice, Op.43 (Żeleński, Władysław) R The symphony premiered 4 of her works: Two important collaborations, among many, with fellow musicians were with Joan Devee Dixon, organist, who commissioned over 50 works for organ and various instruments and instrumental ensembles from Diemer during the 1990s and early 2000, and Philip Ficsor, violinist, who commissioned several violin and piano compositions from Diemer and recorded her complete works for violin and piano and including the concerto for violin (2013). Psalms for Piano and Spirituals for Piano are available on Joan Dixon's website: joandeveedixon.com. Emma Lou Diemer : solo and chamber works for piano through 1986. Diemer's siblings were poet/teacher Dorothy Diemer Hendry (1918-2006);[6] George Willis Diemer II (1920-1944),[6] Marine fighter pilot, musician/teacher; John Irving Diemer (1920-1964),[6] school principal/musician in Overland Park, KS. Aria and Scherzo for C Instrument and piano or organ, 1997 (SMP, 1998). From 1959-61 she was composer-in-residence in the Arlington, VA schools under the Ford Foundation Young Composers Project, and composed many choral and instrumental works for the schools. [3] She was professor of theory and composition at the University of Maryland 1965-70, and joined the faculty of the University of California (UCSB) in 1971. Diemer has written many works for orchestra, chamber ensemble, keyboard, voice, chorus, and electronic media. Emma Lou Diemer was born in Kansas City, Missouri. piano sheet music book by Emma Lou Diemer (1927-): Lorenz Publishing Company at Sheet Music Plus. She is an active keyboard performer (piano, organ, harpsichord, synthesizer), and in the last few years has given concerts of her own music at Washington National Cathedral, St. Mary's Cathedral and Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles, and elsewhere. Emma Lou Diemer (born November 24, 1927[1] in Kansas City, Missouri[2]) is an American composer. Premiered in Santa Barbara, CA by Ronald Thompson, trumpet, and Emma Lou Diemer, organ, 1991. Emma Lou Diemer (born November 24, 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American composer. Her great interest in composing music continued through College High School in Warrensburg, MO, and she majored in composition at the Yale Music School (BM, 1949; MM, 1950) and at the Eastman School of Music (Ph.D, 1960). She received both her B.M. Her work in the electronic field during her years on the faculty of the University of California influenced a number of works including her Toccata for piano that has a number of performances on YouTube. Her major chamber works include a piano quartet, string quartet, two piano trios, and sonatas and suites for flute, violin, cello, and piano as well as settings of the psalms for organ with other instruments. Diemer's compositional style over the years has varied from tonal to atonal, from traditional to experimental. She is well-known for her vocal music Three Madrigals (1962) and her Concerto in One Movement for Piano (1991), which won Kennedy Center Friedheim Awards in 1992. and her M.M from the Yale School of Music in 1949 and 1950, respectively. Emma Lou Diemer – Trumpet & Organ, Music Of The Baroque Summer Day: The Complete Works For Violin And Piano By Emma Lou Diemer Lou emma - Der absolute TOP-Favorit unserer Produkttester Im Folgenden finden Sie als Käufer die Testsieger von Lou emma, während der erste Platz unseren Testsieger darstellt. Psalms for Flute and Organ or Piano, 1998 (Seesaw, 1998). Her songs number in the dozens, using texts by many contemporary and early poets including Walt Whitman, Amy Lowell, Sara Teasdale, Alice Meynell, Thomas Campion, Shakespeare, John Donne, her sister Dorothy Diemer Hendry, Emily Dickinson, Robert Lowell, and many others. ©2020 Copyright Keiser Southern Music. In 1991 she became Professor Emeritus at UCSB. Emma Lou Diemer : solo and chamber works for piano through 1986. Suite Sunday for piano and organ or synthesizer, 1996 (The Sacred Music. Her great interest in composing music continued through College High School in Warrensburg, MO, and she majored in composition at the Yale Music School (BM, 1949; MM, 1950) and at the Eastman School of Music (Ph.D, 1960). Emma Lou Diemer (born November 24, 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri ) is an American composer. Works include many collections and single pieces for organ as well as many for solo piano, piano 4 hands, and two pianos. Emma Lou played the piano and composed at a very early age and became organist in her church at age 13. Cardinal Scholar. Dedicated to/ premiered by Amanda Setlik. While at UCSB, Diemer helped to establish the computer/electronic music program. Publisher of contemporary classical and educational music. Emma Lou Diemer was born in Kansas City, Missouri, on November 24, 1927. Emma Lou played the piano and composed at a very early age and became organist in her church at age 13. Diemer received both her B.M. This is the New York premiere of a recent work by California composer Emma Lou Diemer entitled TRIO FOR CLARINET, VIOLIN AND PIANO ("A Summer Day") (2003). Back; Cardinal Scholar Home → Ball State Theses and Dissertations → Doctoral Dissertations → View Item; JavaScript is disabled for your browser. ToccataEmma Lou DiemerPianist: David FaltermanRecorded in the Recital Hall, University of North TexasNon-Degree Recital, March 23, 2013 Stream songs including "Aria & Scherzo (1998): Aria", "Aria & Scherzo (1998): Scherzo" and more. 11) 2004 Where Music Touches Spirit 2016 Muses … The totally serial "Declarations" for organ (1973) contrasts to the more tonal 2013 concerto for violin and orchestra "Summer Day". You'll find a wide selection of Emma Lou Diemer sheet music, songbooks, and music books at Sheet Music Plus. Jeongin Kim, pianoSerenade/toccataInterludeTango Fantastique Login . She studied piano from an early age, wrote little piano pieces as a child, and began to play the organ in church at age 13 (First Christian Church in Warrensburg, MO where the family had moved: her father having become president of Central MO State College). Some features of this site may not work without it. (LO.70-2004L). of State to reorganize the educational system of Japan after World War II; and Myrtle Diemer née Casebolt (1889-1961),[6] church worker and homemaker. She is professor emeritus, 1991–present. THREE SONATAS FOR PIANO BY EMMA LOU DIEMER A Written Document Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the Louisiana State University and Agricultural Mechanical College in partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts In The School of Music by Chin-Ming Lin B.F.A., Tunghai University, Taiwan, 2000 M.M., Carnegie Mellon University, 2003 December, 2007 . Emma Lou Diemer (b. Her great interest in composing music continued through College High School in Warrensburg, MO, and she majored in composition at the Yale Music School (BM, 1949; MM, 1950) and at the Eastman School of Music (Ph.D, 1960). A Requiem for Woodwind Quintet and String Quintet - FS, A Requiem for Woodwind Quintet and String Quintet - Sc/Pts, A Summer Day: Trio for Violin, Clarinet and Piano - Sc/Pts, Concerto for Flute and Concert Band - Sc/Pts, Concerto for Flute and Orchestra - Solo/Pno Rdx, Concerto for Flute and Orchestra - Sc/Pts, Concerto in One Movement for Organ and Chamber Orchestra: Alaska - Sc/Pts, Concerto in One Movement for Organ and Chamber Orchestra: Alaska - FS, Concerto in One Movement for Piano and Orchestra - Sc/Pts, Concerto in One Movement for Piano and Orchestra - FS, Concerto in One Movement for Piano and Orchestra (single performance score) - 2 Pno Reduction, Four Songs: Art Songs by American Women Composers v. 14 - VS, Homage to Poulenc, Mozart and MacDowell for Flute, Cello and Piano - Sc/Pts, Lament for Oboe and String Orchestra - Sc/Pts, Lament for Oboe and String Orchestra - FS, Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord or Piano - Solo/Pno, Toccata for Amanda: An Homage to the Minimalists and Antonio Vivaldi - Solo, Trio for Piano, Violin, and Cello - Sc/Pts, Two Songs: Art Songs by American Women Composers v. 4 - VS.