Mosaics (1987), Robert Mols

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Buffalo News
Buffalo, NY
Apr 25 1995
By: 
Herman Trotter

EVEN FOR an ensemble known for its variety in programming, the program by the Amherst Saxophone Quartet is out of the ordinary, ranging from a baroque transcription to ragtime, with jazz and contemporary works of three different persuasions holding the middle ground. The first of three performances of the program was Monday evening at UB's Slee Hall. It will be repeated Sunday at Buffalo Seminary and Thursday in the Calumet Arts Cafe.

And the tentative judgment is that it's the more conservative end of that outlay which will last longest in my memory. Read more »

Mols, Robert

ROBERT MOLS, a native of Buffalo, NY, attended the Eastman School of Music where he obtained his Ph.D. degree and performance certificate on flute. At Eastman, he studied composition with Howard Hanson and Wayne Barlow. He also did advanced study at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. In 1953 he joined the faculty at the University at Buffalo as head of the theoretical and instrumental divisions. Read more »

Mosaics (1987), Robert Mols

Genre: 
Sax Quartets 1978 - Present
Composer: 
Mols
Composer First Names: 
Robert
Composition Date: 
1987
Composed for the ASQ: 
Composed for the ASQ
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