Kenneth D. Froelich | Nerd Songs

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Nerd Songs

by Kenneth D. Froelich

Come listen to Kenneth D. Froelich's first album - a collection of quirky, evocative, engaging, and - most importantly - nerdy chamber works by the composer.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Through Cloudy and Cracked Lenses: I. Distant, Blurry Points of Light
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2. Through Cloudy and Cracked Lenses: II. Blind, in Pieces, and At Peace
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3. Sonata for Clarinet and Piano: I. Intangible
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4. Sonata for Clarinet and Piano: II. Longing
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5. Sonata for Clarinet and Piano: III. With Rage
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6. Rewind
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7. Nerd Songs: I. Guk's Lament
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8. Nerd Songs: II. Wrong Castle
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9. Nerd Songs: III. Hello World
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10. Nerd Songs: IV. Red Shirt
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11. Nerd Songs: V. Child of the '80s
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Album Notes
Performers:

Through Cloudy and Cracked Lenses (2014)
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music New Music Ensemble
David Dzubay, conductor

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano (2013)
Jennifer Ostwalt, clarinet and Joungmin Sur, piano

Rewind (2006)
Renee Jolles, violin and Susan Jolles, harp

Nerd Songs (2012)
Ann Moss, soprano and Steven Bailey, piano

Composers Bio:
Described as "energetic, exciting, and rhythmically dynamic" and "set with imagination and imagery," composer KENNETH D. FROELICH’s (b. 1977) music has been performed internationally in England, Germany, Italy, France, Slovenia, Finland, Canada, Peru, Argentina, Chile, and China, as well as numerous major cities across the United States. He has been honored with awards from ASCAP, NACUSA, Meet the Composer, the Percussive Arts Society, and the American Composers Forum, and his music has been presented the American Composers Orchestra, Duo46, Earplay, the Empyrean Ensemble, the California E.A.R Unit, the Jolles Duo, the Indianapolis Symphonic Orchestra, Conundrum, the University of New Mexico Percussion Ensemble, the University of Southern California Symphony Orchestra, the Indiana University New Music Ensemble, and the Orpheus Ensemble of Fresno, among others. Kenneth received both his Doctorate of Music and Masters of Music degrees from Indiana University, and received his Bachelors of Music degree summa cum laude from the University of Southern California in 1999. His principal composition teachers include Claude Baker, Don Freund, Sven-David Sandstrőm, Eugene O’Brien, Donald Crocket, Frederick Lesemann, Morten Lauridsen, and Erica Muhl. Kenneth currently resides in Fresno, CA with his wife Jennifer and daughter Katerina, where he is Associate Professor in Music Composition at California State University, Fresno. Kenneth's Symphony No. 1: Dream Dialogs may be heard on Orchestral Masters Vol. 2 by Ablaze Records. More music may be found on his website at www.kennethfroelich.com.

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