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Oct. 21, 2014
Dr. Stephen Town, professor of music at Northwest Missouri State University, delivered an invited lecture Oct. 17 at Texas Tech University.
His lecture, “Recurring Compositional Ideas in the Choral-Orchestral Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams,” presented an overview of research he completed during the 2014 spring term as a sabbatical recipient and Visiting Research Fellowship awardee at Clare Hall Cambridge University.
Town recently completed a draft of his second book, “The Selected Choral-Orchestral Works of Ralph Vaughan Williams: Autographs, Context, Discourse” as the result of his research.
Town joined the Northwest faculty in 1986 and conducts the University’s Tower Choir.
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