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    Sound and Story: A recital on piano and harpsichord, with an original composition entitled "fluxing, quivering, transforming"
    (2023) Zheng, Margin Tianya; Jacob, Heidi
    On April 19, 2023, I performed a solo recital on piano and harpsichord, including works from a wide range of periods of classical music. One of the works was a composition I wrote in the fall semester, fluxing, quivering, transforming, for solo piano with extended techniques. In addition, I created a digital companion to the recital ( that contains program notes that provide historical background for the repertoire and explain the meaning of the works in relation to my musical and personal development.
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    "Franny: A Musical" for Two Voices and Piano
    (2023) Hsiang, Emily; Arauco, Ingrid
    “Franny: A Musical” is a one-act, twenty-minute musical written for two voices and piano, originally performed by Aviana Rivera ("Franny"), Joseph Correale ("Lane"), and Ting Ting Wong (piano). Based on J.D. Sallinger’s short story, “Franny” from his novella Franny and Zooey (1961), this new musical theater composition follows the changing romantic relationship of Franny and Lane over one tumultuous weekend visit.
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    Dreamlike For Viola, Piano, and Vibraphone
    (2022) Yea Seong, Maria; Arauco, Ingrid
    Like the title "Dreamlike" implies, this composition is meant to evoke one's state of mind throughout a dream. The first movement plays like process music, evoking one's recollection of a vague memory of what one has dreamt, often associated with the feeling of time stretching while accented by moments of clarity and disorientation. I analogize this feeling with the title "In the Opaque Clouds." The first movement does not simply end, but rather transitions into the second movement titled "Into the Clear Ether," similar to how dreams may change scenes without our awareness. As this movement explores the unique timbres of the instruments and establishes an altered soundscape, the dream morphs and dilates time further until the end where one fades into the world of waking.
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    Observing Others
    (2020) Biddle, Molly; Zullinger, Nathan
    Senior Thesis Recital, "Observing Others." Molly Biddle, mezzo-soprano, with Ting Ting Wong, piano.