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May. 7th, 2006 @ 06:21 pm Orchestra Posters
Here are all of the posters I drew for various Carnegie Mellon things this year. Most are for the orchestra, but not all.

Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 24 April 2005: Mahler's Sixth
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 28 September 2005: a bunch of French music
Advertising a class on the Beatles
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 22 November 2005: Rakhmaninov's Second, an overture by Nicolai
Carnegie Mellon Chamber Orchestra, 22 January 2006: Bach, Tchaikovsky, Ginastera, Alonso-Crespo
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 1 March 2006: works by student composers
Department of Modern Languages' International Film Festival
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 29 March 2006: Shostakovich, Prokofyev, and Beethoven
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 5 April 2006: Dvorak's Ninth and Shostakovich's Ninth
Carnegie Mellon Baroque, 9 April 2006: Buwahaha.
Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, 3 May 2006: Mahler's Third
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May. 14th, 2005 @ 12:17 am Hard Rock Stravinsky!
I drew this during the rehearsal cycle for The Rite of Spring. There is no other good explanation, if that even counts as good.
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May. 21st, 2004 @ 07:16 pm Chaikovsky and Mussorgsky
Chaikovsky's voice bubble is a real quote. Mussorgsky's is not, but I wouldn't put it beyond him.

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Apr. 3rd, 2004 @ 06:38 pm Darth Mahler
I keep forgetting to update this.

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Actually, I'm not really a Star Wars fan. It was just too obvious.
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Mar. 6th, 2004 @ 08:27 pm Lord of the Ring Cycle
Because I'd bet Mahler would like epic fantasy, and Wagner would be the type to be a raging "complete" fan of it!

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Feb. 28th, 2004 @ 11:03 am Ottorino Pinecone?
A friend of mine went to Rome. She said there were no pines. Lots of cypresses, but no pines. I think Respighi has explaining to do.

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Feb. 21st, 2004 @ 04:41 pm Drei Hammerschläge
The only thing I'm not sure about are whether or not Mahler liked chocolate, and I know he didn't hear anachronistic Beatles songs.

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