Baylor Oboe Professor Performs Oct. 5

Sept. 29, 1998

by Richard Veit

Doris DeLoach, professor of oboe and music theory at Baylor University, will present a faculty recital at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5, in Roxy Grove Hall. She will be assisted by Brian Marks, lecturer in piano; Kenton Moore, assistant professor of bassoon; Margaret Robinson, assistant professor of horn; and Helen Ann Shanley, associate professor of flute.

DeLoach has been a member of the Baylor music faculty since 1972. She holds a doctorate from Florida State University, a master's degree from George Peabody College (now part of Vanderbilt University) and a bachelor's degree from Florida State University.

The recital will open with Dan Welcher's Mill Songs for oboe and bassoon, dating from 1997 and subtitled "Four Metamorphoses after Schubert." The movements are marked "Wandering," "The Inquisitive Man," "The Hunter" and "The Miller and the Brook."

Shanley will present Claude Debussy's 1912 composition for unaccompanied flute, Syrinx, followed by a 1982 piece for oboe and piano, After Syrinx I, by Richard Rodney Bennett.

After intermission, DeLoach, Robinson, and Marks will perform the Trio for Oboe, Horn, and Piano, Op. 88, by 19th-century German composer Carl Reinecke.

The recital is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Baylor University School of Music at 710-3991.

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