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Camphouse, Mark

A product of the rich cultural life of Chicago, composer-conductor Mark Camphouse was born in Oak Park, Illinois in 1954. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in music from Northwestern University where he studied conducting privately with John P. Paynter and trumpet with Vincent Cichowicz. A Chicago Civic Orchestra scholarship enabled Camphouse to study trumpet privately for two years with legendary Chicago Symphony Principal, Adolph Herseth. Largely self-taught as a composer, Camphouse began composing at an early age, with the Colorado Philharmonic premiering his FIRST SYMPHONY at age 17. His 16 published works for wind band have received widespread critical acclaim and are performed frequently here and abroad. Many may be heard on the Albany, Citadel and Summit labels. Mr. Camphouse has served as guest conductor, lecturer and clinician in 39 states, Canada and Europe. He is an elected member of the American Bandmasters Association and serves as coordinator of the National Band Association Young Composer Mentor Project. Camphouse conceived and edits the unique multi-volume book series for GIA Publications, Composers on Composing for Band. Mr. Camphouse is Professor of Music and Director of Bands at Radford University in Virginia, a position he has held since 1984. Other principal artistic and administrative positions he has held include serving as Music Director and Conductor of the New Mexico Music Festival at Taos Symphony Orchestra (1977-1982), Music Division Head of the Virginia Governor's School of the Arts (1985- 1989), and Acting Dean of Music of the New World School of the Art's in Miami, Florida during the 1998-99 academic year. Camphouse is the recipient of various awards, including the Dedmon Award for Professorial Excellence (Radford's highest faculty honor) and an Outstanding Faculty Award by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia - the Commonwealth's highest honor for demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and public service. Mark Camphouse and his wife, soprano Elizabeth Curtis, reside in Radford with their twin daughters, Beth and Briton.

  • Declarations
    $100.00 Choose Options Declarations
    Similar in scope and design to Camphouse's well established Tribute, Declarations is an exciting, sonorous and challenging 8 1/2 minute work, conceived primarily as a concert 'opener'. Declarations was commissioned by Dr...
    Declarations
  • Elegy
    $110.00 Choose Options Elegy
    Elegy was commissioned by The United States Marine Band, Col. John R. Bourgeois, Director. The work's intense lyricism and rich harmonic vocabulary serve as a sincere musical memorial to the heroic sacrifices made by men and...
    Elegy
  • Essay
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    Essay was commissioned by the Bowling Green State University Band Alumni to commemorate Mark S. Kelly for 25 years of service as BGSU Director of Bands. An essay may be defined as a short interpretive composition dealing...
    Essay
  • In Memoriam
    $95.00 Choose Options In Memoriam
    Commissioned by The Revelli Foundation in memory of long-time Bands of America friend and colleague, L.J. Hancock, Director of Bands, Norwin High School, North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Premiered June 29, 2002 at Illinois...
    In Memoriam
  • Movement for Rosa, A
    $125.00 Choose Options Movement for Rosa, A
    A Movement for Rosa was commissioned by the Florida Bandmasters Association honoring civil rights heroine Rosa Parks and was composed and orchestrated over a three-month period: August - November, 1992. With a duration of...
    Movement for Rosa, A
  • Pacific Commemoration
    $95.00 Choose Options Pacific Commemoration
    I have found the spirited history of Pacific University to be an especially fascinating one. While it would have been very tempting to compose a large scale, multi-movement work based on the visionary leadership of Pacific’s...
    Pacific Commemoration
  • Three London Miniatures
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    I have had the pleasure of visiting Great Britain on three occasions; twice for professionally related work in 1975 and 1995, and most recently while on a family vacation during the Holiday Season, December-January, 1996-97...
    Three London Miniatures
  • To Build a Fire
    $100.00 Choose Options To Build a Fire
    To Build a Fire was sketched, composed and orchestrated during an eight month period: June 1990 - January 1991. Commissioned by The United States Army Band and dedicated to Conductor Emeritus Colonel Eugene W. Allen, To...
    To Build a Fire
  • Tribute
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    Tribute was commissioned by the Leader and Commander of The United States Army Band, Colonel Eugene W. Allen and his wife, Claire, to honor all American women who have served their country in the armed forces. The work is...
    Tribute



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