By Maristella Feustle
|Title:||Paul Bonneau Collection, 1988-2015|
|Primary Creator:||Bonneau, Paul (1962-2013)|
|Date Acquired:||07/00/2018. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe collection consists of six boxes of Dr. Bonneau's music compositions and arrangements, along with material related to the memorial concert held in his honor in April of 2015, as well as personal effects and books.
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|Accruals:||1 box from Kim Bonneau, October 31, 2018.|
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Includes Study No. 1-5, chapter “Materials of Invention,” likely from Learning to Compose: Modes, Materials, and Models of Musical Invention by Larry Austin and Thomas Clark.
Autograph score in pencil with printed copy enclosed.
Item 4: Global Warming, or, I want to drive a Hummer and do my best to ruin the environment: a rant for unaccompanied violin, 2005"Print copy."
Item 5: Global Warming, or, I want to drive a Hummer and do my best to ruin the environment: a rant for unaccompanied violin, 2005 August 1"Composed for Lewis Wong. Premiere performance October 30, 2005 at Carnegie Hall in the Weill Recital Hall, Lewis Wong, violin."
Includes release form for recording.
Score. Choreographer: E. Donnette Martin. For five flutes.
Item 9: In This Very Room; two cover sheets for American Dream: I Want to Rule the World; letter to Dr. James C. Scott, undated; 2005; 2007 January 31American Dream: for Violin Solo and Orchestra. "Commissioned in part by Lewis Wong and the Greater Rochester Concert Outreach. Premiered by the Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra, March 4, 2006, Paul G. Bonneau conductor, Lewis Wong soloist. Composed as a criticism of the presidential administrations of George W. Bush, 2000 and 2004.
John Rutter arrangement, adapted by Paul Bonneau. Score.
"Written and composed by: Paul Bonneau" for Music 113. Red ink: "A+: very complex + fun, nice chords + key + meter changes."
Violin part. Traditional, "lovingly transcribed for Ralph Hartsock and Cindy Ann Sanford on the occasion of their wedding, 19, September 2004."