The IHS Friendship Project offers discounted one-year regular and electronic memberships to residents of countries based on the United Nations Inequality-adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI). The countries are divided into four tiers:
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Discounts are applied automatically at checkout when applying for membership; membership rates are determined by the country of residence.
History of the Project
The original impetus came out of the Cold War between the East (mainly Russia and Eastern Europe) and the West (the US, because it is the headquarters of the IHS) when currency transfer was frowned upon or impossible.
As the IHS expanded internationally in the 1970s, the Advisory Council, through the efforts of Frøydis Ree Wekre of Norway, recognized the difficulties people in some countries had in becoming members because of political or currency restrictions. Sponsorship by individual IHS members of individuals in Eastern European countries eventually led to sponsorship by the society of individuals from countries around the world, with contributions by IHS members to the fund.
In 1973, Frøydis sponsored memberships for Peter Damm (East Germany) and Vitaly Bujanovsky (Soviet Union), both of whom lived behind the Iron Curtain and were unable to send membership dues to the US (and have since become IHS Honorary Members). In 1976, the effort became formalized into the West/East (WE) project, with Frøydis Ree Wekre supplying the names of interested horn players from Eastern Europe and Western Asia. Those supported by the project were considered to be non-voting members and were sent The Horn Call and other mailings for one year.
Shortly after becoming Editor of The Horn Call in 1976, Paul Mansur paid the dues for Vladimíra Klánská and continued paying for several years. The following year, Vladimíra wrote a letter of thanks, enclosed this photo of her performing with her then-husband, Ivan Klánsky. Vladimíra was a featured artist at the 1994 IHS Symposium in Kansas City, and she was a full regular IHS member for many years.
In 1983, the Advisory Council expanded the WE project to include other countries where people might need assistance (Latin America, for example). Memberships were paid out of the general IHS budget. In 1986, 12 memberships from Beijing were approved. In 1989, the IHS advertised for donations to support the project in The Horn Call and with a check box on membership renewal forms.
In 1991, the name was changed to NorthEastWestSouth (NEWS) to reflect changes in the world situation and open the project to people around the globe. Many people have been supported by the project; in 1995, for example, NEWS memberships totaled 132. Contributions to the fund have not always covered the expenses, but the Advisory Council deemed the program to be an investment for the future of the IHS and supported the project from the general budget when necessary. The project was renamed the Friendship Project in 2000 and the current process was instituted in 2017.
IHS Awards and Performance Contests
Before completing any application, read this information; it applies to all IHS Awards and Contest Programs.
The preferred language for applications is English; however, applicants whose native language is not English may submit applications in their native language, with an English translation. Outside assistance in completing this translation is acceptable. Versions in both languages must be submitted.
Recorded materials must be in MP3 Audio. Other formats may be converted for transmission to the judges but may lose quality in the process.
First prize winners of IHS awards and performance contests are not eligible to participate in the same award or contest again. All awards must be used in the year they are awarded. If an award includes IHS membership and the winner is already a member, the membership is extended.
The International Horn Society reserves the right to cancel competitions or withhold one or more awards if, in the opinion of the judges, conditions warrant such action.
Barry Tuckwell Award
The Barry Tuckwell Award was established in 1997 to honor the IHS Founding President and is designed to encourage and support worthy horn students as they pursue education and performance opportunities by attending and participating in masterclasses and workshops throughout the world. Application deadline December 1, 2019.
IHS Premier Soloist Competition
The purpose of this competition is to nurture and develop the great horn soloists of the future. All finalists are expected to pay for travel to the Symposium and register as a participant. Application deadline May 15, 2020
Frizelle Orchestral Audition Contests
The Jon Hawkins Memorial Award
Jon Hawkins (biography here) was a Life Member of the IHS, just starting his career as a professional musician when he met his death in a traffic accident. His parents, Neil and Runa Hawkins, established this award as a memorial to their son. A biography of Jon Hawkins appears on page 108 in the October 1992 issue of The Horn Call.
This award encourages the attendance of deserving, highly motivated horn students at the annual IHS symposiums, where they can be intensely exposed to state-of-the-art levels of performance, pedagogy, equipment, and resources. Application deadline May 15, 2020.
Paul Mansur Award
This award, named for the longtime Editor of The Horn Call, Emeritus Dean, and IHS Honorary Member, Paul Mansur. It provides opportunities for full-time students attending the IHS international symposium to receive a lesson from a world renowned artist or teacher. Application deadline May 15, 2020.
IHS Major Commission Initiative
At the 2013 International Symposium the Advisory Council of the International Horn Society created a new fund. The purpose of the fund is to raise money consistently over the years, to assist the Society in periodically funding major works for Horn from world renown composers. Starting the fund now will enable the Society to have access to funds as they go forward with any major commission contracts.
This initiative formalizes a longstanding goal of the society, to encourage the composition of major horn works by international composers of the first rank. In 1999, the first commission of this type was completed, resulting in Beyond Autumn: Poem for Horn and Orchestra, by Joseph Schwantner.
The Meir Rimon Commissioning Assistance Fund
This fund was established by the Advisory Council of the International Horn Society in 1989. Meir Rimon (1946-1991) was Principal Horn of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and served three terms as Vice-President of the International Horn Society. In memory of our esteemed colleague who had a positive effect on many performers, composers, and audiences around the world, the fund was renamed in his honor in 1992. An annually updated list of works that have been supported by the Meir Rimon Commissioning Assistance Fund may be found in The IHS Online.
The purpose of this fund is to encourage new and significant compositions that feature the horn by offering needed financial assistance to qualified IHS members. Compositions of modest difficulty are particularly encouraged. Awards are granted by the Advisory Council of the IHS, which has sole discretion in the administration of this fund. The fund has a total of $8,000 available annually, but the Advisory Council reserves the right to offer less or more than this amount depending on the nature and merit of the proposed and selected projects.
All applications should be submitted electronically to the MEIR RIMON COMMISSIONING ASSISTANCE PORTAL
- The grant request must be from an IHS member in good standing using the official online application form.
- No more than three commissions will be granted to an individual composer within a ten-year period.
- No more than four funding requests will be granted to an individual IHS member within a ten-year period.
- Pieces, which receive funding from the IHS Meir Rimon Commissioning Assistance Fund, may not be entered in the IHS Composition Contest.
- Attach the composer’s current resume, including previous compositions, commissions, awards or recognitions that demonstrate the composer’s creative abilities.
- A brief narrative must be included with this application supporting the significance of this commission, the intended date of completion for the composition, the instrumentation and length of the composition, and the role that the applicant intends to take in the premiere performance and promotion of the commission.
- Electronic Applications: All applications should be submitted electronically to the Meir Rimon Commissioning Assistance application (coming soon).
- All electronic applications should be in either MS-Word or PDF format. All Application files will not be returned and will become the property of the International Horn Society.
- Deadline for Applications is May 15, 2020.
Dr. Randall Faust
Chair, IHS Commissioning Assistance Program
NOTE: Applications for funding will be taken again in January of 2021.
NOTE: Previous Rimon award recipients may not enter that piece in the IHS Composition Contest.
Past Commissions Assisted by the Meir Rimon Fund
Dr. Rose Valby has compiled a "Quick Look" introduction to many of the compositions that were created with support from the Meir Rimon Fund.
Completed works that were supported by grants from the Rimon fund include the following (year reflects the year the grant was awarded, not the year of completion of the work):
Andrew Phillips, Harrowing Sky (trumpet, horn, piano)
Barbara York, Personalities (horn, Euphonium, tuba)
Thomas Bough, Alloy 7645 (horn quartet)
Ken Davies, Crystal Kaleidoscope (horn and vibraphone)
Michelle McQuade Dewhirst, Diffusion (horn quartet)
James Naigus, Empyrean Skies (violin, horn, and piano)
Andrew Sigler, To See the Starlings (horn octet)
Jeremy Thurlow, Crooked Consort, (concerto for natural horn and string quartet)
Glen Cortese, Serenata Notturna (horn, trombone, piano, and percussion)
Fernando Morais, Mosaico No. 3 (horn and piano)
Corrado Saglietti, Trio di Velluto (horn, Euphonium, and tuba)
Octavio Vazquez, What a Circus! (horn, tuba, and piano)
Eric Guinivan, Shenandoah Fanfares (solo horn with horn quartet)
Douglas Hill, Returning Home (solo Alphorn and two horns)
Douglas Hill, Three Solo Pieces (Alphorn or natural horn)
James Naigus, Spectra (horn, trombone, piano)
Nick Norton, Gone to the Other Shore (Wagner tuba or horn and tape)
Tyler Ogilvie, Realm’s End (trumpet, horn, bass trombone)
Michael Thurber, Jam Session (horn and piano)
Paul Basler, Passages (horn, flute, piano)
Chase Dobson, Horn Concertino (horn and chamber orchestra, with piano reduction)
Chris Fischer-Lochhead, Sunsetting (19 horns)
Josh Oxford, Trio (flute, electronic horn, percussion)
Tomi Räisänen, Smash!t (Solo horn + ensemble [flute, oboe, clarinet, 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, electronics])
Philip Spaeth, Quintet for Winds (woodwind quintet)
Gary Schocker, In Arkadia (horn and harp)
Andrew Wolfe, Triptych (horn, trombone, and piano)
Kerry Turner, Couperin Variations "La Bandoline" (horn and piano)
Mark Goodenberger, Brave Wind (horn and field drum)
Dan Welcher, Spring Music (woodwind quintet)
Jason Thorpe Buchanan, Double Concerto (two horns and chamber orchestra)
Michael Daugherty, Prayer (two horns and piano or four horns)
Tomi Raisanen, Väki (horn and tape+live electronics)
Rory Merritt Stitt, Folk Songs from a Fantasia (horn and piano)
Paul Ferguson, Table for Three at Chez Janou (horn, bass trombone, and piano)
Bruce H. Frazier, Collage (horn and piano)
Glenn James, Pastoralia (horn and piano)
Elizabeth Knudson, Alchemy (horn, cello, and piano)
Andre Mehmari, Music for Horn and Piano (horn and piano)
James Naigus, Beale Suite (horn quartet)
Lydia Busler-Blais, Lanterns (horn, flute, piano)
David Cronin, Thrashing the Siren (horn, harpsichord, string bass, percussion)
Timothy Davis, Sonata for Horn and Percussion (horn and percussion)
Johanna Eranko, Finite (solo horn)
Frank Newton, Savannah Vistas (horn, marimba, vibraphone)
Charles Ruggiero, Early Berlin (horn, clarinet, piano)
Jeremy Schreifels, Morningside (horn, piano, drumset)
Andrew Wolfe, The Cave of Souls (horn and piano)
Adam Berndt, Quintet No. 1 (horn and string quartet)
Anthony DiLorenzo, Phoenix (horn and piano)
Mark Olivero, Thunor's Gate (horns and live electronics)
Johanna Murphy, Sonata for Horn and Piano (horn and piano)
Jess Turner, Last Dances of Prospero (horn quartet)
Jeff Myers, L'Histoire de Rimbaud (horn, tenor voice, and piano)
Matthew Saunders, South Africa (horn and marimba)
Isadora Zebeljan, Dance of Wooden Sticks (horn and strings)
Kai Nieminen, Ancient Songs... (Dreaming of Queen of Sheba) (horn and harp/piano)
Daniel Barta, As the Sparks Fly Upward (horn and piano)
John Clark, Fakes and Snakes (clarinet, horn, violin, viola, cello)
Karen Griebling, Suite (horn and piano)
Stanley Glasser, Two for Erik (horn octet with African Instruments)
Justinian Tamusuza, Okukoowoola Kw'Ekkondeere (solo horn)
Carson Cooman, Moon Shards, op 700 (horn, trumpet, alto sax, percussion, piano)
Scott Watson, Concert Piece (horn and concert band)
Charles Rochester Young, Callings (horn quartet)
Raymond Chase, Contradictions (two horns and piano)
Alla Sirenko, Sea Mosaics (double concerto)
Hugh Chandler, Suite (horn quartet)
Robert Rumbelow, Hive (horn choir)
Kerry Turner, Scorpion in the Sand (horn, cello, piano)
Brad Bodine, Rhapsody (horn and percussion)
Andrea Clearfield, Into the Falcon's Eye (two horns and piano)
Paul Basler, Canciones (horn and piano)
Perttu Haapanen, Prism (solo horn)
Eric Ewazen, Woodland Quartet (horn quartet)
Jennifer Margaret Baker, Red Sky at Night (horn, oboe, and piano)
Steven Winteregg, Blue Soliloquy (solo horn)
Michael Kallstrom, Around the Clock (horn and orchestra)
David Maslanka, Sea Dreams (two horns and wind orchestra)
Stanley Friedman, Jerusalem Fugue (horn and string quartet or string orchestra)
Yehudi Wyner, Horn trio (horn, violin, piano)
James Woodman, Chamber Sonata II (horn and organ)
David Maslanka, Sonata (horn and piano)
Kerry Turner, Six Lives of Jack McBride (horn, violin, tenor voice, and piano)
Todd Barton, Apogee (woodwind quintet)
Thomas Benjamin, Horn! (horn and piano)
Verne Reynolds, Trio (horn, oboe, and piano)
Jean-Michel Damase, Trio (horn, oboe, and piano)
David Sampson, Sonata Forty (horn and piano)
Since 1970, The International Horn Society (IHS) has been an organization of people from around the world drawn together with a mutual interest in the horn. We are dedicated to the performance, teaching, composition, research, preservation, and promotion of the horn as a musical instrument.
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Thesis Lending Library
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There are currently 206 theses on horn and related brass topics available to IHS members through our lending library. Lin Foulk is the coordinator of the Thesis Lending Library and houses the theses at Western Michigan University. A deposit of $45.00 US is required for each thesis borrowed. Request can be made online, with the deposit made by credit card or PayPal.
Printed gifts (sent directly to Dr. Foulk; see address below) are appreciated!
Online Thesis Loan Request Form (only accessible by logged in IHS members)
Donations* and new acquisitions for 2016 include
*Coreil, Kristine Mia. “A Study of the Pedagogical Practices, Styles, and Philosophies of American University Horn Professors.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin, 1999.
*Morley, Stephen. “Articulation, Sound and the Improvising Horn Player.” Post Graduate Certificate of Research Preparation thesis, Macquarie University (Australia), 2012.
*Stonestreet, Robert James. “Historical Developments in Writing for Low Horn.” Ph.D. thesis, University of Tasmania (Australia), 2014.
International Horn Society Thesis Lending Library
Full Thesis Lending Library List (206 entries):
Abulnaga, Amr S. “Appropriate Choices of Horn Mouthpieces for Players of Varying Levels Based on the Technical Specifications and Design of the Three Principal Components: Rim, Bore, and Cup.” D.M.A. document, University of Alabama, 2007. ProQuest #ATT 3313698.
Anderson, John Drummond. “Brass Scoring Techniques in the Symphonies of Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms.” Ph.D. diss., George Peabody College for Teachers, 1960. UMI# 60-5858.
Astaiza, Andrey Mijail. “An Analysis and Discussion of Performance Practice Issues in Two Contemporary Compositions for Horn: György Ligeti’s Trio Für Violine, Horn Und Klavier (1982) and Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Concert Ètude for Solo Horn (2000).” D.M.A. diss., University of California-Los Angeles, 2010. UMI# 3462865.
Atwell, Bruce. “History of the Natural Horn Quartet in Selected Works from the Symphonic Literature, Chamber Music, and Opera: from the Baroque to the Romantic Period.” D.M.A. thesis, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, 1999.
Austin, Paul. "Contemporary Natural Horn Compositions: A Survey of Literature Composed between 1982 and 1992." D.M.A. diss., University of Cincinnati, 1994. UMI# 95-02549.
Baer, Douglas. “The Brass Trio: A Comparative Analysis of Works Published from 1924 to 1970.” Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, 1970. UMI# 71-6959.
Baker, Sherry Holbrook. “In Memoriam: Nine Elegiac Works for Horn, 1943-2004.” D.M.A. document, University of Cincinnati, 2010. UMI #3398040.
Barford, David. “The Horn Concertos of Antonio Rosetti.” D.M.A. diss., University of Illinois, 1980. UMI# 80-26450.
Beakes, Jennifer. “The Horn Parts in Handel’s Operas and Oratorios and the Horn Players who Performed in these Works.” D.M.A. dissertation, The City University of New York, 2007. UMI #3283169.
Beecher, Matthew A. "Defining Difficulty: Analysis of State Solo Repertoire Lists for the Horn." D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006. ProQuest #AAT 3245587.
Bennett, Travis Andrew. "A horn player's guide: Using etudes, solos, and orchestral excerpts to address specific technical and musical challenges." D.M.A. thesis, University of Alabama, 2003. UMI# 3115036.
Betts, James. “A Comparison of Concepts of Horn Technique as Expressed in Selected Instructional Materials for Horn Dating from 1798 to 1960.” D.M.A. diss., University of Iowa, 1984. comprehensive UMI# 84-28309.
Billiet, Jeroen. “200 Years of Belgian Horn School? A Study of the Horn in Belgium, 1789-1960.” Laureate Programme diss., Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium, 2008.
Bjurstrom, Neil. “An Exploratory Investigation of Orthodontic Treatment as a Factor in the Selection and Performance of Brass Musical Instruments.” Ph.D. diss., University of Iowa, 1972. UMI# 72-17540.
Bobo, Robert P. “Scoring for the Wagner Tuben by Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner, and Richard Strauss.” D.M.A. Essay, University of Miami, 1971. UMI# 72-12901.
Boldin, James Edwin. “A Fully Annotated Selection of Excerpts, Historical Recordings, and Techniques Required for the Horn in the Standard Brass Quintet Repertoire.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007.
Bonaparte-Extract, Darlene. “Franz Schubert’s Auf Dem Strom: A Farewell in Song.” M.M. project, California State University-Long Beach, 1999. UMI# 1396287.
Bonnell, Bruce M. "The Quintet for Horn, Violin, Two Violas and Cello, K. 407, by W.A. Mozart: Analytical Techniques and the Interpretation of the Work for the Natural Horn." D.M. thesis, Indiana University, 2003.
Bostley, Edward. “The Horn in the Music of Gustav Mahler.” D.M.A. diss., University of Missouri-Kansas City, 1980. UMI# 81-07080.
Bridwell-Briner, Kathryn E. "Chasing the Changes: A Survey of Selected Resources for Classical Horn Players interested in Jazz, including Transcriptions of three songs as performed by Willie Ruff." M.A. thesis, Florida Atlantic University, 2006. ProQuest #AAT 1432660.
Britton, Crystal Swepson, "'Songs of Tennyson' (1982), 'Life Cycles' (1988) and The Serenade Op. 31 (1943). A comparative analysis of compositional style and performance considerations (Benjamin Britten, England, David N. Baker, John Corina)." D.M.A. thesis, University of Southern Mississippi, 2004. UMI#3147903.
Brown, Patricia. “Complete balance: Balancing the horn within brass and wind quintets.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1998. UMI# AAT 9825721.
Brown, Thomas. “Clarino Horn, Hunting Horn, and Hand Horn: Their Comparative Roles in the Classic Music of the 18th Century.” D.A. diss., Ball State University, 1978. UMI# 79-18786.
Burroughs, Mary. "An Annotated Bibliography of the Works for Horn, Voice and Piano from 1830-1850 with an Analysis of Selected Works from 1830-1986." D.M.A. diss., University of Illinois, 1990. UMI# 90-26150
Calhoon, David. “The Horn Music of Alec Wilder: A Survey, with Analysis of his Sonata No. 1 for Horn and Piano.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992. UMI#9304142.
Chambers, Rebecca. “The Kenyan Influence in the [Horn] Music of Paul Basler.” DM treatise: Florida State University, 2013.
Chenoweth, Richard. "The Horn in Opera: A Study in Orchestration with a Focus on Selected Operas by Britten and Strauss." D.M.A. diss., University of Cincinnati, 1988. UMI# 88-22787.
Cheung, Anthony. “Ligeti’s Magic Horn: Parallel Universes of Tuning and Tradition in the Hamburg Concerto.” D.M.A. essay, Columbia University, 2010. UMI #3420770.
Cord, John. “Francis Poulenc’s Sonata for Horn, Trumpet and Trombone: A Structural Analysis Identifying Historical Significance, Form and Implications for Performance.” D.M.A. diss., University of North Texas, 2009. Proquest# 3399403.
Coreil, Kristine. “A Study of the Pedagogical Practices, Styles, and Philosophies of American University Horn Professors.” D.M.A. document, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 1999. Proquest# 0800941
Corey, Charles. “Pitch and Harmony in György Ligeti’s Hamburg Concerto and Syzygy for String Quartet [by Charles Corey].” Ph.D. diss., University of Pittsburgh, 2011. UMI#3472016.
Craig, Genevieve Leigh. “James Chambers: His Life, Career, and Pedagogy.” D.M.A. document, University of Oklahoma, 2011. UMI # 3488274.
Criswell, James. "The Horn in Mixed-Media Compositions through 1991." D.M.A. diss., University of Maryland, 1995. UMI# 95-39765.
Culbertson, Robert Merrill, Jr. "The Kopprasch Etudes for Horn." D.M.A. diss., University of Texas, 1990. UMI# 90-31762.
Cumming, Ashley. “From Hotels to Concert Halls: The Evolution of the North American Orchestra Horn Auditions.” D.M. doc., Indiana University, 2014.
Dauer, Robin L. “Three Works for Voice and French Horn with Accompaniment.” D.M.A. thesis, Univ. of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, 1994. UMI# 95-38259.
Demers, Peggy Anne. “A Study of Select Concert Works for Solo Alphorn.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1993. UMI# 9407360.
Dodson, Rebecca Margaret. “A Descriptive Discography of Horn Music Based on the Curtiss Blake Collection.” D.M.A. diss., University of Wisconsin, 1997. UMI# 98-03421.
Dressler, John Clay. "The Orchestral Horn Quartet in German Romantic Opera." D.M. diss., Indiana University, 1987. UMI# 95-34645.
Durday, James. “Music for the French Horn from the Late Romantic Period and the 20th Century” M.A. thesis, California State University-Long Beach, 1977. UMI# 13-10151.
Eckstrand, Jacqueline. “Concertino pour le Cor Chromatique (1857) by Johann Christoph Schuncke (1791-1857): A Performance Edition.” D.M.A. diss., University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 1998. UMI #9833396.
Edwards, Melissa Michele. “Mozart and the Horn: Aria No. 13 from ‘Mitridate, Re di Ponto’, K. 87.” D.M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1995. UMI# 9531833.
Ehnes, Fred. “A Guide to the Archive of the IHS 1969–1977 at Alexander M. Bracken Library, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.” D.A. diss., Ball State University, 1982. UMI# 82-19443.
Eliason, Robert. “Brass Instrument Key and Valve Mechanisms made in America before 1875 with Special Reference to the D. S. Pillsbury Collection in Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan.” D.M.A. diss., University of Missouri-Kansas City, 1968. UMI# 68.
Ericson, John Q. "The Development of Valved Horn Technique in Early 19th-Century Germany: A Survey of Performers and Works before 1850 with respect to the use of Crooks, Right-Hand Technique, Transposition, and Valves. D.M. diss., Indiana University, 1995.
Evenson, Pattee Edward. “A History of Brass Instruments, Their Usage, Music, and Performance Practices in Ensembles during the Baroque Era.” D.M.A. diss., University of Southern California, 1960. UMI# 61-6282.
Falvey, Joseph. “An Equipment Guide to Performing Baroque Horn Music.” D.M.A. essay, University of Miami, 2011. UMI #3456330.
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Yeh, Guan-Lin. “Concerto for Two Horns in E-flat Major Attributed to Joseph Haydn: A New Arrangement for Wind Ensemble.” D.M.A. research project, University of Arizona, 2011.
Deposit Requirements: Loan requests must be accompanied by a check made out to the “International Horn Society” in the amount of $45.00 US (or equivalent funds) for each thesis borrowed. The check/deposit will be kept for the duration of the loan period and returned upon receipt of the thesis in good condition.
Loan Period: Three weeks, with possible extensions if there is no waiting list for a particular thesis.
Postage Expenses: IHS will cover the expense of shipping to the borrower. Return costs must be paid by the borrower.
IHS members wishing to borrow any of the theses listed below should send the loan request form provided above, along with the deposit fee, to:
Western Michigan University
School of Music
1903 W. Michigan Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434 USA
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