Music from the Fleisher Collection, Vol. 3
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A wide-ranging offering of this composer's delightful orchestral works.

Karl Boelter's music ranges from contemplative to visceral, from serious to playful. He was born in Milwaukee and studied composition at Ball State and the University of Michigan. He has studied with William Bolcom, Leslie Bassett and William Albright. For several years, he resided in Atlanta where he served as music curator at the High Museum of Art. This experience provided direct involvement with performances by some of the 20th century's greatest artists as well as a personal exploration into the diversity of artistic expression: classic blues and jazz, Cajun two-steps, the music of Africa, and Cowboy poetry. Dr. Boelter is professor of music composition at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, where he currently serves as Chair of the Department of Music, Theater and Dance.
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Karl Boelter, composer
Images from Goldsmith
Zdenek Tylsar, horn, Czech National Symhony Orchestra, Paul Freeman, conductor

Karl Boelter, composer
Dharma for Orchestra
Czech National Symhony Orchestra, Paul Freeman, conductor

Karl Boelter, composer
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Elizabeth Rowin, violin, Czech National Symhony Orchestra, Paul Freeman, conductor

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