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John Wustman

John Wustman

Visiting Professor

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Biography

John Wustman studied with John Kollen at the University of Michigan and later with Leonard Shure in New York. In 1959 Wustman was the rehearsal pianist for the American Opera Society's presentation of Il Pirata (Bellini) starring Maria Calls. He later served on the jury of the Fourth International Tschaikowsky Competition. With the aid of the Fulbright Commission, Wustman toured much of South America. He has recorded with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Birgit Nilsson, Regine Crespin, and Luciano Pavarotti among many others. From 1991 to 1997 Wustman was on a recital series celebrating the 200th anniversary of Schubert's birth, featuring all 598 songs attributed to Schubert. Wustman retired from the University of Illinois Center for Advanced Study in 2002. Wustman came to Indiana University as visiting professor, working not only as an accompanist, but also as a vocal coach to many students.

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Arranged and Edited Scores

Accompaniments to Baritone Arias, New York: Music Minus One. 199?.

Accompaniments to Basso Arias. New York: Music Minus One, 1998.

Accompaniments to Mezzo Arias, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Accompaniments to Tenor Arias. New York: Music Minus One, 2000.

Accompaniments to Soprano Arias. New York: Music Minus One, 2000.

Alto Oratorio Arias, New York: Music Minus One, 1991.

Brahms Songs for Low Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 1994.

Brahms Songs for High Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 1994.

Everybody's Favorite Songs for Low Voice; Vocal Accompaniments. New York: Music Minus One, 2000.

Everybody's Favorite Songs for High Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 2000.

Famous Baritone Arias, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Famous Soprano Arias, Mew York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Favorite Songs for High Voice, Music Minus One, 1960.

French Operatic Arias for Soprano, Vocal Accompaniments, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

German Lieder for Low Voice, Hugo Wolf, New York: Music Minus One, 1994.

German Lieder for High Voice, Hugo Wolf, New York: Music Minus One, 1994.

Italian Art Songs of the 17th and 18th Centuries for Low Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 1993.

Mezzo-Soprano Arias: with Piano Accompaniment, New York: Music Minus One, 2006.

Mozart Operatic Arias for Soprano, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Opera Arias for Soprano, vol. 1. New York: Lawson-Gould, 1994.

Opera Arias for Tenor. New York: Lawson-Gould, 1994.

Richard Strauss: German Lieder for Low Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Richard Strauss: German Lieder for High Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Robert Schumann Songs; German Lieder for Low Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

Schubert Songs for Low Voice, vol. 1-2. Elmsford: Music Minus One, 1994.

Schubert Songs for High Voice, vol. 1-2. Elmsford: Music Minus One, 1994.

Soprano Oratorio Arias, New York: Music Minus One, 1991.

Tenor Opera Arias, New York: Music Minus One, [1991].

Verdi Arias, New York: Music Minus One, 1994.

Vocal Accompaniments to Hugo Wolf Songs, High Voice, New York: Music Minus One, 196?.

Vocal Accompaniments to Schubert Songs, New York: Music Minus One, 199?.

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Discography

Arkhipova, Konstantinovna, and John Wustman. Seven Songs. Melodiya/Angel SR 40198.

Begonzi, Carlo and John Wustman. Carlo Bergonzi Sings. Columbia M 34558. 1978.

Bergonzi, Carlo and John Wustman. Italian Songs. Sony Classical, SMK 60785, 1998, [1977].

Crespin, Regine, and John Wustman. Regine Crespin Song Recital. OS 26043, 1967.

Miller, Mildred and John Wustman. Liederkreis, Op. 39. Musical Heritage Society, MHS 3556, 1977.

Pavarotti, Luciano, and John Wustman. Pavoratti at Carnegie Hall. London, 421 526-3, 1988.

Pullano, Frank and John Wustman. Vocal Masterworks. Mark Educational Records, 1970.

Shaw, Robert, Tvonne Ciannella, Walter Carringer, Raymond Keast, John Wustman, and James MacInnes. Mass In G, Franz Schubert. RCA VictorLM1784, 1954.

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Created: Oct.-Nov. 1999 / Peter H. Lisius ; Updated 9 Aug. 2007 / Lisa H.
Comments: musiclib@indiana.edu
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last updated: 4/20/2012