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Secondary Scholarship | 1993
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The University of Georgia
School of Music
presents
DOCTORAL LECTURE RECITAL

DEBORAH HENSON, musicologist/pianist

assisted by

Leslie Boucher, mezzo-soprano
John Corina, oboe
Lane Donaldson, guitar

Monday 8:00 p.m.
April 20, 1992 University Chapel

MUSICAL SETTINGS OF POETRY BY
WILLIAM GILMORE SIMMS
(1806-1870)

Come Back Soon (1842) Matthew Sully Reeves

Ask Me No More for Song, Maximilian Zuboff
Dear Maid (1843)

I Defy Thee to Forget (1846) Francis Kinloch

Oh! Welcome Ye the Stranger (1848) Julian Cramer

Sung in March (1906) Eleanor Everest Freer
(1864-1942)

Sonnet: I Will Breathe Music (1992) John Corina
(b. 1928)



This recital is under the direction of Dr. Glenda Dawn Goss and is
presented in partial fulfullment of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy in Music.

Special thanks are extended to Dr. James E. Kibler of the Department
of English for his kind assistance with the preparation of the literary
portion of this recital and for providing copies of sheet music for three
of the antebellum works, and to Dr. John Corina for composing
"Sonnet: I Will Breathe Music" for this program.