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A  Brief  Vita  &  Publications
for
Ennis Fruhauf

Education
      
(Born 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.)
         Cranbrook School (1956-62); B.M. 'with distinction' (1962-67), and M.M. (1966-68) from University of Michigan; D.M.A. (1970-73) from University of Southern California.
Employment
      
Music faculty of University of California, Santa Barbara (1968-74); University of California, Riverside (1976-77); Pomona College (1977-79)
         Church music positions (as Organist-Choirmaster, Music Director, and/or Organist) in Tecumseh, Michigan; Santa Barbara, Claremont, Petaluma, and Carpinteria, California; and Seattle, Washington:  Episcopal, Unitarian, Community (Presbyterian), Congregational-UCC, and Catholic denominations
Publications
       
Please consult the website for Fruhauf Music Publications (at www.frumuspub.net) for complete listings of works for organ solo, choir and organ, cast-bell carillon (and other miscellaneous music performance media) that are not included in the publications itemized below.  And please note that Fantasy on "Come Down, O Love Divine" and Choral on Veni Creator Spiritus, are now both out of print but revised and reissued by frumuspub.

Organ

Hymn Tune Settings and Arrangements
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                Augsburg Fortress Publishers  (www.augsburgfortress.org)  
 
      Ralph Vaughan Williams and the English Hymn, Six Settings for Organ
                [1997, ISBN 0-8006-5687-3] 
        Elegy on Thaxted (Pavane, Aria and Chorale) -- Organ Music for the Seasons, Vol. 2
                [1999, ISBN 0-8006-5877-9]
        [Declamation on] King's Lynn -- Augsburg Organ Library, Epiphany
               
[2001, ISBN 0-8006-5934-1]
        Fantasy on King's Weston (Prelude, Air, Fugato and Hymn) -- Organ Music for the Seasons,  Vol. 3  
                [2002, ISBN 0-8006-7564-9]

              Concordia Publishing House  ( www.cph.org )
        Fantasy on "Come Down, O Love Divine" [1991, Catalog No. 97-6112 -- OOP]
        Chorale for Organ on
Veni Creator Spiritus  [1993, Catalog No. 97-6272 -- OOP] 
        Welsh Hymn Tune Preludes  [1997, Catalog No. 97-6671 -- OOP]

Carillon

Original Compositions

                 The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America   (www.gcna.org/catalog-original.html)
       Jubilate:  Sonata, Aria e Fugato, and Rondo  [Catalog No. O3-C1]  [Also available from NKV]
       Triptych  [Catalog No. 11-C6]
       Perspectives for Carillon
       Sonata   [Catalog No. 2000-C6]
       Mirrorrim  [Catalog No. 2000-C6]    
       Legende  (Second Prize, GCNA 2010 Franco Composition Competition)   [Catalog No. 2000-C6]
 
     Nocturne    [Catalog No. 97-C4]
       Abracadabra    [Catalog No. 93-O2]
       Passacaglia    [Catalog No. 2001-C2]

                American Carillon Music Editions  [ ACME ]    (www.carillon-music.com)
       Reflections on 'Let There Be Light'  [Catalog. No. FFR]

Classical Transcriptions and Arrangements

          The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America    
                          
(www.gcna.org/carillon-transcriptions.html)

     Air and Variations, The Harmonious Blacksmith, Clavier Suite in E, George Frideric Handel
                   [Catalog No. 08-A5]
 
     Prelude in G Minor, S. 535 (for Organ), Johann Sebastian Bach  [Catalog No. 06-A11]

                     Fenwick Parva Press                  
     * Quodlibet on Brother James' Air and  Mit Freuden Zart,  in rondo with Aria on St. James
                  
(Carillon 2002:  A Tribute to James R. Lawson

           * An updated version of this setting is available from FMP: An Album for the Carillon, Vol. 1.]

                 Sewanee:  The  University  of  the  South   (http://sewanee.edu/carillon/carillon-music/
       A  Triptych  of  Advent Hymns,
Three Settings  for  Carillon
                    
Available as a .pdf download for reprint and performance

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