Hornexcerpts.org Joins IHS Online
from Daren Robbins, creator of hornexcerpts.org:
I am thrilled to announce that, starting today, hornexcerpts.org has a new home on the website of the International Horn Society. In the eleven years since its launch hornexcerpts.org has been an important resource in the study of orchestral horn excerpts and one of the most popular horn-related websites on the internet. Although hornexcerpts.org now resides on the IHS website it can be accessed with the same address. Simply type “hornexcerpts.org” into your web browser and you will be taken to the new and improved site. The IHS is the perfect home for this website. It has the mission and the resources, and its staff has the technological know-how to keep hornexcerpts.org a relevant and beneficial learning tool for for many generations of horn students to come.
Call for Nominations
Nominations for election to the Advisory Council three-year term of office (beginning after the 2015 International Symposium and ending after the 2018 Symposium) must be received by Executive Secretary Heidi Vogel before December 1, 2014. Nominees must be members of the IHS and willing to accept the responsibilities of the position. Nominations must include the nominee’s name, address, telephone number, email address, written consent, and a biographical sketch of not more than 150 words. Nominations by fax and email are acceptable; consent must originate from the nominee.
Terms of the following AC members expire in August 2015: Lisa Bontrager, Ken Pope, and Leighton Jones are completing their second terms and are therefore ineligible for re-election this year. Bruno Schneider is completing his first term in office and is eligible for nomination.
Send nominations to:
Heidi Vogel, IHS Executive Secretary
PO Box 630158
Lanai City, HI 96763-0158
telephone/fax: 808-565-7273; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Horn Call Now Online
Beginning with the October 2014 edition, The Horn Call, the journal of the International Horn Society, is now available for download in pdf form from the IHS website. Logged in, current members of the IHS should choose Home—>Downloads from the main menu. to access their copy.
Schubert Adagio Added to OMS
Schubert’s Adagio from the Arpeggione Sonata, D. 821, in a transcription by Steve Lewis, has been added to the IHS Online Music Sales. In the words of the arranger: "After first hearing the Adagio from Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata I knew I must arrange it for horn and piano. The breathtaking lyricism of Schubert's melodies and the Horn are a perfect match. While many of us wish Schubert had left us a Horn sonata maybe this arrangement can help fill the void."
Competition Winners Announced
The winners of the IHS's annual competitions have been announced:
- 1st. place: Ana Beatriz Menezes
- 2nd place: Laszlo Gal
Judges -Ysolt Clark, Leighton Jones, Nancy Joy, Susan McCullough, and Nozomu Segawa
- Hanxuan Liang
- Ryan Little
- Ana Beatriz Menezes
- Markus Osterlund
- Gillian Williams
Preliminary Judges - Andrew Bain, Nicole Cash, Shirley Hopkins, Hector McDonald and Jeffrey Snedeker
- Bethany Beck
Judges - Barry Tuckwell, Michael Hatfield, Frank Lloyd
- Ana Beatriz Menezes
- Allison DeMeulle
Judges - Marilyn Bone Kloss, Peter Luff and William Scharnberg