By Kenneth W. Hart
this can be the 1st biography of this significant determine, and it really is informed from the perspective of an established colleague and good friend. Aligned with the biography, Kenneth W. Hart analyzes a few of Pfautsch's hundreds of thousands of compositions. this can be the definitive paintings on the most influential American choral musicians of the 20th century.
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He wisely sought the help of his college choral conductor, Waldimar Hille, in editing the seven-page manuscript. Although it seems a bit puerile when placed next to his later work, it shows, nevertheless, incipient signs of many of his budding writing techniques. 12 Certainly the inclination towards a career in music, if not the intent, was already there. It probably started as early as high school, but now was to the point of festering. In order to earn money before entering graduate school, Pfautsch went to Detroit for the summer following his Elmhurst graduation.
Walter A. Pfautsch, Washington, Missouri, at the altar of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bertha. The Reverend Mr. George B. Eschenbacher, pastor of St. Paul’s Church, officiated, prompting the vows for the double ring ceremony. The lengthy article also lists the rest of the music for the ceremony. Miss Elsie Berge, of Minneapolis, played “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” and Bist Bei Du Mir by Bach as well as other organ selections. John Herseth, brother of the bride, sang Franck’s “O Lord Most Holy” and Beethoven’s Ich Liebe Dich.
He was in great demand for singing the title role in Mendelssohn’s Elijah and the bass solos in Handel’s Messiah. He further built a reputation as perhaps the best narrator in the nation for Honegger’s King David. One Messiah performance at the First Methodist Church of McAllen, Texas, was attended by a standing-room-only crowd of more than 1,000 people. 1 It was conducted by V. Earl Copes, who had been an MSM candidate at Union during Pfautsch’s first years of ministerial studies. Pfautsch managed to provide some “cliff-hanger” excitement before the performance.
A Day for Dancing: The Life and Music of Lloyd Pfautsch by Kenneth W. Hart