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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Noble, Jason 

Jason Noble, Canadian Composer
 
 

 

Biography

Composer Jason Noble has been described as “a master at translating feeling and imparting
emotion through music,” and his compositions have been called “a remarkable
achievement, indeed brilliant, colourful, astounding, challenging.” Jason has composed
for many of Canada’s finest choirs, including full mass settings for Pro Coro Canada
(Edmonton) and Christ Church Cathedral Choir (Montreal, QC), and works for the
Vancouver Chamber Choir (Vancouver, BC), Amabile Choirs (London, ON),
Soundstreams (Toronto, ON), voces boreales (Montreal), Nova Voce (Halifax, NS), and
Newman Sound (St. John’s, NL). Also an accomplished scholar, Jason’s PhD from McGill
University was funded by the prestigious Vanier scholarship. His research is published in
Music Perception and Music Theory Online, and he has presented at numerous
international conferences and invited guest lectures. He is the author of a forthcoming
chapter in the Routledge Companion to Interdisciplinary Research in Singing about choral
pedagogy in the early 21st century.

 

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