Magazine article The Tracker

Mader Fund Grants

Magazine article The Tracker

Mader Fund Grants

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The Ruth and Clarence Mader Memorial Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce that Jane Hettrick, Sabin Levi, Scot Huntington, and Stephen Schnurr have been selected to receive research grants in 2004. Mader Fund grants range from $200 to $1000, and preference is given to projects leading to publications related to organs or organ music.

Dr. Jane Hettrick, Professor of Music at Hofstra University and Professor Emerita of Rider University, was awarded a grant for preparation of a critical edition of selected sacred motets with concerted organ parts by Franz Schneider (1737-1812). Her previous publications include critical editions of works by Antonio Salieri, as well as numerous articles and reviews in music journals.

Sabin Levi is currently completing a DMA degree in organ and composition at the University of Kansas. His Mader Fund grant will be applied toward the publication of a comprehensive study of organs and the organ profession in Israel. He also plans to produce a CD recording of Israeli organ music. Mr. …

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