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  Title Year Instrumentation Description Price
  Sonata for Horn in F and Piano, Op. 79C 1984 Horn, Piano 8 minutes, 1 movement. $12.50
new North American Woodwind Quintet, Op. 59 1980 Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon 7.5 minutes, 1 movement. $34.50
Robert C. Ehle (link to photo and personal page)
Robert C. Ehle  is Professor of Music Theory and Composition and Graduate Coordinator in the School of Music at the University of Northern Colorado. Since 1979 Dr. Ehle has been working on a series of compositions which utilize musical ideas from world music cultures including the present sonata which features Spanish style elements. There are also many other sonatas, trios, quartets and quintets for various instruments with piano; Gazals, Earthgarden Symphony; Yucatan Trio; Burmese Excursions; and Petroglyphic Sonatas for solo and duo combinations without piano. Compositions have been recorded on MMC Recordings and Living Reed Recordings. His electronic music compositions have been broadcast across the former Soviet Union, in Australia, Canada, Europe, Brazil and the United States.
Some performances include: Gazals, Earthgarden Symphony, performed and recorded by The UNC Symphony in 1998, conducted by Mark Laycock; Forests of the Night, performed and recorded in 1996 by the Symphony Orchestra of the Czech Radio with Robert Todd Ehle as Violin soloist and conducted by Vladimir Valek; A Trek Through the Himalayas, performed by the Greeley Chamber Orchestra and published by Twin Elm in 1995; A Space Symphony, performed by the Denver Symphony Orchestra in 1971; Soundpiece, Rockefeller Award winner and Dallas Symphony performance, published by Carl Fischer in 1961; and Lunar Landscape, performed by the Eastman Rochester Orchestra in 1961.
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