Martin Mailman

Martin S. Mailman (* 30. June 1932 in New York, N.Y., The USA; † 18. April 2000 in Denton, Texas) was an US-American composer, conductor and a music paedagogue.

It began all right early with trumpet instruction. It completed its study to the Eastman School OF music in smelling ester, US Federal State New York. There he was composition - pupil of Louis Mennini, Wayne Barlow, Berne pool of broadcasting corporations Rogers and Howard Hanson. The Bachelor OF music it completed 1954, the master OF music 1955 and Ph.D. OF music 1960.

Its successful educational career began with the U.S. Naval School OF music 1955 to 1957. Further stations of its career were the Eastman School OF music in smelling esters 1958 to 1959, the Brevard music center in the summers 1960, 1961 and 1983, the west Virginia University in Morgantown, US Federal State west Virginia in the summer 1963 and the East Carolina University in Greenville, US Federal State North Carolina from 1961 to 1966. Finally it became 1966 professor at the college OF music of the University OF North Texas in Denton and remained there 34 years. At more than 90 universities of the USA and in Europe he held Workshops and seminars. At the same time it worked as a guest conductor.

With some other belonged it to the first contemporary US-American composers, who took part in 1959 in the The Young Composers Project, which was gesponsort and carried by Ford Foundation and that national music Council. At that time and worked he lived in Jacksonville in the US Federal State Florida.

For its compositions it was honoured with numerous national and international honors and prices, so e.g. twice with the price of the American Bandmasters Association/Ostwald prizes for composition that national volume Association/volume Mans company prize for composition and the Edward Benjamin Award. 1982 were lent to it in Geneva of the Queen Marie Jose Prize for composition. Its Œuvre sits down together from chamber music, music for blowing orchestra, choir music, works for orchestras, film music, music for television and broadcast, operas as well as a Requiem for soloists, choir and orchestra.

Table of contents

of works

of works for orchestra

  • 1979 Symphony No. 2
  • 1982 Violin Concerto (variation)
  • 1984 Symphony No. 3
  • 1999 thanks Imageries
  • Autumn Landscape opus 4
  • Christmas music opus 12
  • Commencement March
  • gateway town center Overture opus 18
  • generation 2
  • Partita
  • Prelude and Fugue No. 2 opus 30, No. 1
  • Sinfonietta opus 34
  • Suite in Three Movements opus 23
  • Symphony No. 1
  • Theme music for “Concepts” opus 38
  • Shakespearean serenade opus 44

works for blowing orchestra

  • 1962 Overture
  • 1963 Liturgical music for volume opus 33
    1. Introit
    2. Kyrie
    3. Gloria (“Glory ton of God into the highest”)
    4. Alleluia
  • 1981 Exaltations opus 67
  • 1988 For precious friends hid in death's dateless night opus 80
  • 1993 Secular Litanies opus 90
  • Geometrics 1 for volume, opus 22
  • Alarums opus 27
  • Geometrics in sound opus 29
  • Concertino for Trumpet and volume, opus 31
  • Four variation in search OF A Theme opus 36
  • Geometrics No. 3 for volume, opus 37
  • A simple Ceremony: In Memoriam John Barnes chance opus 53
  • Night Vigil opus 66
  • The Jewel into the Crown opus 78
  • Toward the Second Century opus 82
  • Concertino for Clarinet and volume opus 83
  • Bouquets opus 87
  • Concerto for wind Orchestra (variation) opus 89
  • Pledges opus 98
  • Associations
  • Geometrics No. 2 for volume
  • Geometrics No. 4 for volume
  • The Whaleman's Chapel, from “Moby thick”

choir music and religious music

  • Alleluia opus 15 for unanimous mixed choir with orchestra
  • Concord Hymn opus 20
  • Three Madrigals
  • Requiem, Requiem opus 51 for speakers, Sopran, Mezzo Sopran, Bariton, choir (SATB) and large orchestra

of stage works

  • The Hunted opera in an act
  • music for the Play “Moby thick” opus 35 for choir and orchestras

ensemble and chamber music

  • stringer Quartet in One Movement opus 26
  • Four division for Percussion Emsemble opus 40
  • Partita No. 4 opus 42 - for Nine Instrumentalists (flute [also Piccolo], oboe, clarinet [also bass clarinet], bassoon, trumpet, horn, bass drums [also Percussion], violin and Vionloncello)
  • Clastics II for Euphonium and Percussion


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