“The material covered in LSSU's engineering program provided me a solid foundation for graduate studies. The systematic approach and communication skills needed to tackle engineering projects were taught and then practiced over and over again. In particular I appreciate the many hours spent by the faculty to develop oral presentation skills in each student. As a graduate student now, these skills have proven to be highly beneficial and, to my surprise, obviously not taught to the same extent at many other universities.”
Mark Reese, Mechanical Engineering 2005
Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
School of Ocean & Earth Science and Technology
Graduate Student, University of Hawaii at Manoa
This program opens before us the wealth of music produced during the age of
Elizabeth the First of England, and shows how music spread from the Church
and the courts to the middle classes.
This is the time, as well, for new musical forms and new interest
in existing forms. Opera, ballet, motels, madrigals, secular
songs and instrumental pieces are broadly sampled hers.
In this program we hear Morley's Fire, Fire Marenzio's Dolorous Mournful
Cares, Weelkes; As Vesta Was from Larmos Hill Descending, Holburn's The
Honeysuckle, Dowland's Mistress Winter's Jump, I Saw My Lady Weep, Sleep,
Wayward Thoughts and Fine Knacks for Ladies, Byrd's Gaudeamus Omnes, bull's
Galliard, Orlando Gibbons' What Is Our Life and The Swan, Caccini's Amarilla
Mea Bella, Monteverdi's Orfeo, Marini's Sonata for Two Violins, Adson's
Courtly Masquing Airs, Lully's Alceste and Purcell's Ode to St. Cecelia.
oice, O Virgin Mary, "Estampie" from the Manuscript du Roi, Perotin's
Viderunt Omnes, Tempus est iocundum from Carmina Burana, Walther von der
Vogelweide's Palestinalied, Machaut's II m'est avis, Quant je suis mis,
Gloria from the Notre-Dame Mass, Landini's Questa Fanciulla Amor and L'Alma
Mia Piange, Dunstable's Veni Sancte Spiritu, Du fay's Ave Regina Coelorum
ML 160 .M87 1982
"One of my favorite things about LSSU is its size. The classrooms, especially as you get to the upper levels, get smaller, so you not only have a chance to discuss your ideas in an honest, supportive manner, but you also get to know your professors and classmates. The upper level courses really allow you to focus on what you love, and the small class size allows you to have time to share and to discuss your ideas."