“LSSU gave me the educational and organizational tools to be able to succeed at those endeavors after college.”
Scott Shackleton '83
Former State House of Representatives
LSSU Outstanding Alumnus Award '05
In the Renaissance, music moved away from the elaborate formality of the
Gothic and sought new and purer forms. The emerging power of the courts
provided additional sponsorship for composers and performers and this
period has provided us a rich legacy of both secular and religious pieces.
In this program we hear: Dufay's Ce moys de mai, Binchois' Deuill
Angoisseurs, Ockeghem's Kyrie from the Requiem Mass, Josquin's Nymphe des
bois, Je ne me puis and Scaramella, Taverner's O Wilhelme, Pastor Bone,
Andrea Gabrieli's Ricercare, Palestrina's Sanctus from Aeterna Christi
Muneri and Sicut Corvus, Victoria's Domine, Non Sum Dignus, Milan, Two
pieces for Vihuela, Tromboncini's Ite in Pace, Sospir Fieri, Claudin's Las
je m'y plains, Lassus' La Nuit froide et sombre, Giovanni Gabrieli's Omnes
Gentes. Performers include the Schutz Choir, Emma Kirkby and the New London
ML 160 .M87 1982
Political Science ...
"The study of political science/law is basically the path of least resistance for me. It is a subject that has always interested me, and one that I have proved to be naturally insightful in. Studying political science isn’t just the study of how governments function or how it is composed, but the study of why it exists and to what ends. In short, it is the study of what makes everything else possible."