JAVS Fall 2023

Journal of the American Viola Society A publication of the American Viola Society Fall 2023: Volume 39, Number 2

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From the Editor From the President

News & Notes

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In Memoriam: Dr. Ronald M. Schmidt 2023 International Viola Congress Review

Feature Articles

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A Community Remembers Dr. David Dalton compiled by JAVS Editor, Christina Ebersohl

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William Primrose ... Off stage: The fascinating human being behind the legend! by Alan de Veritch Departments

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Development Corner: 2023 Giving Circle Members, DDRC

Development Corner: The Established Career Professional, by Tom Tatton

p. 41 In the Studio: Making a Case for the Original Clarinet Notation, Op. 120 No. 2, by Lawrence Wheeler p. 47 With Viola In Hand: Dribble the Bow, by Sheronda Shorter p. 55 Health and Wellness: Awareness & Basic Injury Prevention for the Violist, by Randall Kertz, DC p. 58 Book Review: Have Violin, Will Travel — The Louis Persinger Story , by Lanson Wells p. 59 Score Review: Women’s Compositions for Two Violas – Deborah Greenblatt, by Kevin Nordstrom p. 61 The Eclectic Violist: The Incredible and Fantastic History of the Cursed Viola, by Laurent Zakowsky p. 64 Recording Review: The Slapin Anthology & The Slapin-Solomon Viola Duo, by Christina Ebersohl

On the Cover: Portrait of William Primrose by Randall Davey

Randall Davey (1887-1964) was an American painter and educator in New Mexico. He graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and was primarily a portrait and equine painter, but also painted landscapes and still life. His artwork was acquired by numerous national museums, and the Portrait of William Primrose can be found at the entrance to the Primrose Room located in the Harold B. Lee Library on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

Journal of the American Viola Society / Vol. 39, No. 2, Fall 2023


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