Item MS-5-16, Box 9, Folder 10 - Side steppin' 1 : [score]

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Side steppin' 1 : [score]

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Bob Bauer

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MS-5-16, Box 9, Folder 10

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  • [1994] (Creation)
    Bauer, Bob

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1 score (6 p.)

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Robert Paul (Bob) Bauer was born on January 24, 1950 in Welland, Ontario. He studied music at the University of Toronto, studying composition with John Beckwith and John Weinzweig. Following his graduation in 1972, he co-founded ARRAYMUSIC and taught guitar at the Brodie School of Music. He joined the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Toronto in 1976. In 1980, he moved to Ottawa, working with conductor Peter McCoppin, and several works for guitar. In 1988, he moved to Halifax where he was one of the founding members of the Upstream Music Association. He retired from CBC in 2007.

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Item is the score for a composition by Bauer. Bauer divided the instruments into three groups: (1) guitar, oboe, piano, violin; (2) violin, viola, cello, xylophone; and (3) bass clarinet, electric bass, and acoustic bass. The composition alternates between 3/8,4/8, 5/8, 6/8, 7/8, 8/8, 9/8, 10/8, and 12/8 at a tempo of 100 eighth-notes per minute. The score is printed on the back of Bauer's resume.

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This score was originally filed with "Promotional records and correspondence from the concert season" (1994-1995) (MS-5-16, Box 8, Folder 16).

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  • Box: MS-5-16, Box 9