“Waging Peace: Music in Time of War”

April 14-17, 2005

 

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Photo Credits: Chris Greenberg/The Catholic University of America

 

KOREAN COMPOSER“Songs of the Forgotten War,” a new work by 19 local composers, is part of the third evening of “Waging Peace: Music in Time of War,” a concert in four parts. CUA’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music commissioned “Songs of the Forgotten War” as a collaborative work by 19 local composers, who each composed a minute of music to honor one of the 19 bronze statues at the Korean War Memorial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KOREAN SIMPSON – CUA Associate Professor Andrew Simpson coordinated the collaborative “Songs of the Forgotten War” and served as one of the pieces’ 19 composers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KOREAN SOLDIER PROFILE — “Songs of the Forgotten War,” a new work by 19 local composers, is part of the third evening of “Waging Peace: Music in Time of War,” a concert in four parts. CUA’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music commissioned “Songs of the Forgotten War” as a collaborative work by 19 local composers, who each composed one minute of music to honor one of the 19 bronze statues at the Korean War Memorial.

 

MURRY SIDLIN — Conductor Murry Sidlin, dean of Catholic University’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, developed the concept for “Waging Peace: Music in Time of War” and commissioned the new work “Songs of the Forgotten War.”

 

WAGING PEACE GRAPHIC — graphic courtesy of The Catholic University of

America