Hokus Pokus a Boogie Blues in C Major

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Alternativtitel
Boogie Blues in C Major
Komponist
Ferdinand Sorenson
Verleger
Dana Carlile
Genre
Klassische Musik / Kammermusik
Instrumentierung
Geige, Bratsche, Cello
Partitur für
Quartett
Art der Partitur
Stimmen
Tonart
C-Dur
Sprache
Englisch
Schwierigkeitsgrad
Mittel
Jahr der Komposition
1930

Beschreibung
Ferdinand Sorenson, a professional musician, conductor and music educator, composed as a hobby. Born in Grenaa Denmark in 1882, he studied violin with his father Lars Sorenson, Norwegian violinist Willard Weihe and Mose Christensen. In Boise, Idaho Ferdinand played in the Christensen orchestra, string quartet and taught dancing at the Christensen dance school. Ferdinand attended the New York College of Music and studied cello with William Ebann form 1905 to 1908. In Spokane, Washington he conducted a Vaudeville theater orchestra, played in the Gesner-Sorenson String Quartet, Herbst String Quartet, Spokane Citizen Band, Chuck Whitehead Orchestra and in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. The Spokane Symphony performed his work for string orchestra The American Desert in 1922. Moving to Portland, Oregon in 1924 he played in the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Ferdinand conducted community orchestras and the women’s orchestra at Marylhurst College. As an adjunct professor, Ferdinand taught over the years at Pacific University, the University of Oregon and Portland State University. He died in 1966. In 2008 Dana produced a recording of his grandfather’s string quartet music entitled The Age of Innocence.

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