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     Matlick, Dr. Eldon

    He is a horn player, author and teacher who grew up in Indiana and studied at the Easter Kentucky University and Indiana University and with various renowned teachers from acclaimed orchestras.  He entered many competitions and was a finalist twice at the Heldenleben International Horn Competition and in his professional musical career has appeared as a soloist with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, five times at the International Horn Symposium and at many International Horn Society workshops.  He has been the Principal or Associate Principal horn with orchestra such as the Evansville Philharmonic, the Owensboro Symphony, the Lexington Philharmonic and Paducah Symphony Orchestra and has also appeared with the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, the Louisville Orchestra and the Nashville Symphony.  He is currently a member of the Oklahoma Wind Quintet who have appeared at Carnegie Hall and Principal Horn with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra.  He has been heard on the recordings A Christmas Delight by the Oklahoma Woodwind Quartet which was the first of its kind for this kind of ensemble, A Time of Healing with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and his solo CD Bavarian Horn.  As a writer he has written many articles for The Instrumentalist and as a clinician he can often be heard in workshops or public schools in Oklahoma.  In the field of musical education he is Professor of Horn at the University of Oklahoma School of Music.

     

    Oklahoma Woodwind Quintet recordings

    Angels We Have Heard on High (Traditional French/James Chadwick/Edward Barnes)

    Integra IMCD 801 (CD: A Christmas Delight)

     

    Sources:

    1. http://www.parke.net/references/eldon_matlick.htm
    2. http://music.ou.edu/inline/Faculty/Brass/matlick.html
    3. http://music.ou.edu/applied/horn/matlick.html
    4. http://music.ou.edu/applied/horn/studio.html
    5. http://www.answers.com/topic/bavarian-horn?cat=entertainment

     

    Here he is conducting the University of Oklahoma Hornsemble on Mendelssohn's "Oh Rest in the Lord" from Elijah....

     

     

     

     

     



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