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Sheet music for Hsiao-Lan Wang
— listening CD — Classical
By Lehnert, Hemken, and Hsiao Lan Wang. By Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn (1809-1847). Classical. Listening CD. Querstand #VKJK 0826. Published by Querstand (NX.VKJK-0826).
Baritone Voice — sheet music — Operetta
Composed by Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880). Operetta. Sheet music. 7 pages. Published by Prima Voce Editions (PI.PVE0106).
— listening CD —
By Hsiao-Mei Ku, Ning Lu. By Sicong Ma. Naxos Classics. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8570600).
— listening CD —
By Hsiao-Mei Ku; Ning Lu. By Sicong Ma. Naxos Classics. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8570605).
— — Classical
Clarinet Solo. Composed by Tona Scherchen-Hsiao. Editions Durand. Classical. 13 pages. Editions Durand #DA0039600. Published by Editions Durand (HL.50563966).
Piano,Piano Solo,Keyboard/Synthesizer, — Individual Part — 20th Century,Christian,Contemporary Christian,Spiritual,Sacred
Composed by Jeremy Wang. Arranged by Jeremy Wang. 20th Century, Christian, Contemporary Christian, Spiritual, Sacred. Individual Part. 3 pages. Published by Wang Family Music Company (S0.42391).
Piano,Piano Solo,Keyboard/Synthesizer, — Performance — 20th Century,Christian,Contemporary Christian,Spiritual,Sacred
Composed by Jeremy Wang. Arranged by Jeremy Wang. 20th Century, Christian, Contemporary Christian, Spiritual, Sacred. Performance. Published by Wang Family Music Company (S0.42393).
Ukulele — Lead Sheet,Score,Sheet Music Single,Solo Part,Tablature — Classical Period,Christian,Classroom,Technique Training,World
Arranged by Mona Wang. Classical Period, Christian, Classroom, Technique Training, World. Lead Sheet, Score, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part, Tablature. 3 pages. Published by Mona Wang & Ignatius Heng (S0.556819).
— Score and Parts —
Composed by Traditional / Wang. Ensemble, String Orchestra. Concert String Orchestra. Prairie Tune (Inner Mongolian folk song). Score and Parts. Kendor Music Inc #KM10119. Published by Kendor Music Inc (HU.KM10119).
— Score and Parts —
Composed by Gossec/ Wang. Ensemble, String Orchestra. Cadet String Orchestra. Gossec Gavotte. Score and Parts. Kendor Music Inc #KM09121. Published by Kendor Music Inc (HU.KM09121).
Hsiao-Lan Wang, a native of Taiwan, composes extensively for orchestra, chamber ensembles, solo instruments, and electronic media. Her music investigates the fundamental elements of musical communication through new timbral, formal, and technological relationships. Her music has been played by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra, among others. Notable recognition from various national and international awards includes Pauline Oliveros Prize and Libby Larsen Prize from International Alliance for Women in Music, Athena Festival Chamber Music Composition Competition, American Composers Forum, Pierre Schaeffer Computer Music Competition (Italy), Craig and Janet Swan Composer Prize for Orchestra, Composers Competition by Chamber Orchestra of Denton, Awards from ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers), Logos Foundation (Belgium), Bourges Electro Acoustic Music Festival (France), and Dutch National Radio. She is also a frequent participant at music festivals throughout North America.
In addition to her career as a composer, Dr. Wang extends her musical platform to conducting of orchestral, choral, and contemporary chamber music. Given her special interest in contemporary music, she has continuously conducted works by both developing and established composers of our time, including numerous world premieres. In a performance of her own composition, she conducted the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra as her conducting debut. She has served as the associate conductor of Musica Nova new music ensemble at University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Nova Ensemble at University of North Texas, and the Flower Mound Community Orchestras. She was the founding director of the Electric Monster Laptop Ensemble.
Dr. Wang received her BA in Music Composition and Theory from the Taipei National University of the Arts (Taiwan) in 1999, MM in composition from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2002, and DMA in composition from the University of North Texas in 2010. She taught composition and music technology at University of North Texas and Montana State University. Advocacy for women’s music has been an area where she devotes much of her energy. She served as the president of International Alliance for Women in Music 2008-2012.
She is married to composer Daniel Zajicek and has lived in the United States since 1999.