B.Mus., Oberlin Conservatory of Music
M.Mus., D.Mus., Indiana University
Trombone performance and pedagogy
Andrew Glendening is the Dean of the School of Music at the University of Redlands. A native of Logansport, Indiana, he eared a Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music before attending Indiana University where he was awarded the school's highest honor: the Performer's Certificate. He also earned a Master of Music degree and was the first ever to receive the Doctor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from the Indiana University School of Music He studied trombone with the M. Dee Stewart, Per Brevig, Thomas Cramer, and Frank Crissafulli. Prior to becoming Dean at Redlands, Dr. Glendening was Chair of the Department of Music at Denison University and served on the faculties of Morehead State University and Northeastern Illinois University.
An active innovator in inter-active music, Dr. Glendening has premiered, performed and recorded many works for computer and instruments and has lectured on inter-active applications at such institutions as the CNMAT Laboratory at UC Berkeley, CEMI at the University of North Texas and the Eastman School of Music. He is also the inventor of the "Magnet-restrictive slide position sensor" for the trombone, which allows for director integration of the trombone and a computer using MAX/MSP software both for performance and pedagogical study.
Compact disc, conductor, Hymns to Forgotten Moons: Music of Arnold Schoenberg and Anthony Suter, Centaur Records, 2009
Compact disc, trombonist, Pathways: New Music for Trombone, Mark Records, 1996
Compact disc, trombonist, Music for Trumpet, Trombone and Piano, Marck Reords, 1994
Compact disc, trombonist, Kabala: Call of the Shofar by Mathew Fields for trombone quartet, MMC Records 1999
Compact disc, trombonist, The Music of Frederick Fox, Time Messages by Frederick Fox for brass quintet, Indiana University Press, 1994
Research Presentation, 2002 International Trombone Festival (one research presentation is selected each year by an international jury.)
“Studying Slide Motion: Using a Magneto-Restrictive Sensor to Study Slide Accuracy,” Denton, TX 2002.
Article, Journal of the Dutch Schubert Society “Schuberts D936A” Een symfonisch eerbotoon aan Beethoven” with Daniel Jacobsen, 2001
Article, “Using CSound to create a new Doorway to Creative Music,” The Proceedings of the Technological Directions in Music Learning 2000, San Antonio
Article, “Schubert’s D. 936A: A Symphonic Homage to Beethoven?,” with Dan Jacobson, Ph.D., Journal of the International Franz Schubert Institute, “Schubert Durch die Brille,” June 1995, 15:113–126. Colloquium, “New and Extended Techniques for Trombone,” University of California, Berkeley, CA, 10/21/95
Paper, “Schubert's D. 936a: A Symphonic Homage to Beethoven?” co–authored with Dan Jacobson, College Music Society Meeting, Munich, Germany. 6/27/92
Article, “Using The F-Attachment,” Article, BD Journal, Spring, 1995 (publication)
Research Presentation, “Schubert and the Trombone: The Symphony No. 10 D. 936a as a Symphonic Homage to Beethoven,” International Trombone Workshop, Cleveland, OH, 6/28/93