Bruce W. Tippette, Composer and Pianist (Master's Recital 2013) 5 tracks, 35.27 Bruce W. Tippette on April 01, 2013 11:35
- 1. A Quartet Fo[u]r Bassoons (2012) 7.25 120 plays
- 2. Evening Glimmer (2012) [viola, piano] 7.20 41 plays
- 3. Chai (2012) [flute, cello, harp] 10.08 54 plays
- 4. Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra - I. Intrigue (2013) [a. sax, piano] 6.50 64 plays
- 5. A Sprightly Dance (2012) [flute, piano] 3.41 53 plays
- 1. Tranquil Slumber (2013) [String Quartet] 8.09 342 plays
- 2. Hope (2013) [The Raleigh Boychoir] [SSA and Piano] 5.30 472 plays
- 3. Unconquered (2012) [full orchestra - Winston-Salem Symphony] 5.35 515 plays
- 4. Whirlwind (2012) - [octet] 6.02 109 plays
- 5. Motion - A Fantasy for Piano, Inspired by Dance (2012) 13.44 108 plays
- 6. Ignite (2011) [piano] 4.25 170 plays
- 7. Ablaze (2006) [piano] 4.56 101 plays
- 8. The Struggling Dream (2005) - Wings of the Wind - Flute Ensemble 5.31 86 plays
- 9. Confusion (2006) [2 a. sax, t. sax, b. sax] 4.31 45 plays
- 10. Mercy's Plea (2004) [s. sax, f horn, cello, piano] 7.30 75 plays
- 11. Rapid Rage (2004) [trumpet ensemble] 7.03 79 plays
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Bruce W. Tippette (b. 1985) is a composer, performer, and educator. He holds a Master of Music from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in music composition and a Bachelor of Music in both music composition/theory and also music education from Appalachian State University. His compositions have been performed across the United States. He actively receives commissions for a variety of small and large ensembles. His work Unconquered for orchestra won the “2012 Mary Starling Composition Competition” and received four subsequent performances by the Winston-Salem Symphony. Also in 2012 and 2013, he was chosen to compose four new works as part of an experimental collaboration with Cirque du Soleil and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He is the recipient of many awards, including the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship and the “Lynn Freeman Olson Composition Award” for his piano solo Dance of Fire. Alfred Publishing, TrevCo Music Publishing, BRS Music, and Brass Chamber Music Press currently publish Tippette’s compositions.
As an educator, he gives piano, voice, and composition lessons, and he is the Assistant Musician at Augsburg Lutheran Church, where he directs three youth choirs and two handbell choirs. He resides in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with his wife, Elizabeth, and their son, Liam.