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University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent Nebraska Music Educators Association fall conference in Lincoln. 

The soloist is undergraduate Adam Fieldson, a vocal performance major and a student of Alisa Belflower.

The work is titled "Fare Thee Well," an arrangement by renowned composer and anrranger James Mulholland of Indianapolis, Indiana.  Mulholland heard this choir perform this piece at the Regional American Choral Directors Association conference in Madision, Wisconsin and had high priase for both the choir and the soloist.

David Von Kampen is at the piano and the choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.
To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This video was used by permission of the composer, the publisher (Colla Voce) and the videorapher.



University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent Nebraska Music Educators Association fall conference in Lincoln. 

The six-voiced choral work is titled "Exultate justi in Domino," by the German early Baroque composer, Andreas Hakenberger (1574-1627).

The choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.

To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This work is in the public domain and the video was used by permission of the videorapher.


University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent statewide Nebraska Music Educators Association event titled "Sing Around Nebraska fall conference in Lincoln in the University's Lied Center for the Performing Arts on the Arts Campus. 

The eight-voiced choral work is titled "I Can Tell the World," by Moses Hogan.  The conductor has a long and rich history with the late composer as Moses Hogan worked with the choir under the conductor's baton on several occations before his untimely early passing.  The conductor has several of Hogan's SATB choral arrangements published for male chorus via the Hal Leonard Corporation.

The choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.

To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This work was recorded with permisison of the copyrite holder (Hal Leonard Corporation) and the video was used by permission of the videorapher.


University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent statewide Nebraska Music Educators Association event titled "Sing Around Nebraska fall conference in Lincoln in the University's Lied Center for the Performing Arts on the Arts Campus.

This choral work is titled "Exultate Deo," by the Italian Baroque composer, Alessandro Scarlatti (1600-1725) and is an edition by the conductor.

The choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.

To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This work is in the public domain and the video was used by permission of the videorapher.


University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent Nebraska Music Educators Association fall conference in Lincoln. 

The work is titled "For Unto Us a Child Is Born," from George Frideric Handel and was earlier written by the composer as a secular duet but was adapted by the composer in 1741 for SATB voices and incorporated into his large oratorio, Messiah.

David Von Kampen is at the piano and the choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.

To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This work is in the public domain and the video was used by permission of the videorapher.


University Singers

This is a performance of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's historic and long-time mixed flagship choral ensemble at a recent Nebraska Music Educators Association fall conference in Lincoln.   

The soloist is undergraduate Cami Philgreen, a vocal performance major and a student of Alisa Belflower.

The work is titled "Come We That Love the Lord," by composer David Von Kampen.

David Von Kampen is at the piano and the choir is directed by Dr. Peter A. Eklund, Professor of Music, Co-Chair of the Voice Choral Area, and Director of Choral Activities.

To contact Dr. Eklund, Email him at pae@unl.edu

This video is used with the permission of the composer and the video was used by permission of the videorapher.