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Fanfare for the Common Man

The University of Georgia Wind Ensemble is just one of the many active music ensembles present on campus.  In Fall 2011, conductor John Lynch led the group in recording their newest album, "Street Song," featuring the music of Tilson Thomas, Stravinsky, Copland, Vaughan Williams, Mobberly, Oquin, and Lorenz. In this clip, the UGAWE brass and percussion perform Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man, a 1942 work written by renowned American composer Aaron Copland.  Copland was commissioned by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra to compose the work, which marked the entry of the United States into World War II. "Street Song" is available from Naxos, iTunes, or Amazon.  

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Faking it to make it real

Researchers from the GHSU/UGA Medical Partnership and UGA's Theatre Department have joined forces in an innovative effort to make medical students ready for real-life patient encounters. 

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New jewelry and metals studios

In the Fall of 2011, Lamar Dodd School of Art student and faculty in jewelry & metals moved into newly-renovated studio facilities in the Thomas Street complex, on the UGA campus. Area chair Mary Pearse gives a guided tour of the new studios. Video by Alan Flurry for the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. 'The Future Arrives Anyway' theme by Todd Kelly. Photography by Cassandra Wright.

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“Tiny Dancer”



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