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Paul Seitz is a composer of opera and music for instrumental and vocal ensembles large and small. His compositions have been performed across the United States and around the world, including recent performances in Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, Netherlands, Scotland, Spain, and New Zealand. Seitz holds a D.M.A. in Composition (with a minor in String Pedagogy) and M.M. (Music Theory) from the University of Wisconsin and a M.A. from Teachers College, Columbia University. His primary composition teachers were Robert Crane, Fred Lerdahl and Stephen Dembski. As violist and guitarist, Dr. Seitz has performed in many genres of chamber and orchestral music, and has taught musicians at every stage of their education: teaching public school orchestra in New York and Wisconsin, classical guitar and lute at Ripon College and Lawrence University, and music theory and composition on the faculties of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, UNLV, University of Texas at Tyler, and, most recently, at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Music.
Chosen for many Middle School All State Music Orchestras, this piece is currently on MANY state ensemble contest lists. Latham publisher. When highlighted as a J. W. Pepper Editor's Choice, they wrote:
"If Copland had written for easy level strings, it would have been something like this. There's a wide open sound here, thanks to the rich writing that includes open strings, open fifths, simple harmonics and just the right amount of silence. Very nicely done!"
A lyrical piece, built from a pentatonic scale common to cultures around the globe, that introduces 3rd position for first violins via open string shift. Written for my own students in Oregon, Wisconsin, this piece was performed at the 2003 Midwest Clinic by the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts Chamber Orchestra (Listen HERE) and continues to appear on many state contest lists. Latham publisher.
This piece builds musical and rhythmic independence through divisi parts and driving melodies that pass from one instrument to another. Every section is featured more than once and 2nd position is introduced for violists in several brief passages. Like many pieces by Vivaldi, the technical demands of this piece are more modest than they seem, resulting in an impressive concert piece for a select middle school ensemble (especially if you have basses looking for something more challenging), or a high school orchestra developing musical independence through contrapuntal music. Latham Publisher.
for tenor (or cello) soloist and
An excerpt of this arrangement, performed by the Greenspun Middle School string orchestra with soloist (UNLV voice faculty) Alphonse Anderson, is provided above. Alliance/Fred Bock Music
Bass clarinet artist Henri Bok will perform my composition, IN NOW, for solo bass clarinet, in his recital at the European Clarinet Conventi...
Christine Seitz, soprano, and Paul Seitz, guitarist, will perform the song cycle, Some Things That Fly, by Paul Seitz, as part of the 2023-...
Danielle Simandl, violin, Paul Seitz, guitar, and Adam Hall, cello, will perform the world premiere of Wild Geese, by Paul Seitz, in a reci...
Christine Seitz, soprano, Danielle Simandl, violin, Paul Seitz, guitar, Adam Hall, cello, and Susan Byykkonen, piano, will perform the worl...
Christine Seitz, soprano, and Paul Seitz, guitarist, will perform the world premiere of the "On Being an Artist," for voice, violin, guitar...
The Dutch bass clarinet virtuoso Henri Bok will perform as soloist with the USAF Band of the West, in the American premiere of To Vincent's...
The Dutch bass clarinet virtuoso Henri Bok will perform as soloist with the Wind Ensemble of the University of Missouri, Brian Silvey, cond...
The Dutch bass clarinet virtuoso Henri Bok will perform as soloist with the Wind Ensemble of the University of Missouri Kansas City Conserv...
The Dutch bass clarinet virtuoso Henri Bok will perform as soloist with the Banda Sinfonica of the Centro Superior de Música del País Vasco...
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