Phillip Rhodes

Biography

Phillip Rhodes is Composer-in-Residence and Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities Emeritus at Carleton College where he joined the faculty in 1974. Born in western North Carolina in 1940, he received degrees from Duke University and the Yale University School of Music. Rhodes has been the recipient of numerous commissions and composition awards, including grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Fund for Music, a citation and award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a McKnight Fellowship, two Fromm Foundation Commissions, and a Bush Foundation Fellowship for Artists.

Rhodes' compositions are published by C. F. Peters, E.M.I., Presser, J Ballerbach (Syler Music), and Schott, and recorded on labels including CRI, Centaur Records, First Edition (Louisville), New World Records, Vienna Modern Masters, and Innova. Major performances of his works include those by the Atlanta Symphony at Carnegie Hall, the Cleveland Orchestra at the Blossom Festival, and the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center. Rhodes is retired from teaching and now living and composing in Lake Santeetlah, North Carolina.

ACE Publications

13 title(s)
Composer Title SCORING/INSTRUMENTATION Year
Phillip Rhodes Lullaby for the Nativity Women's Chorus (SA),Solo Violin, Organ
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Phillip Rhodes THREE APPALACHIAN SETTINGS - Selections SATB choir, violin
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Phillip Rhodes CHORALE AND ORGAN MEDITATION women's choir (SSAA) and organ
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Phillip Rhodes MARY'S LULLABY S, vln, org
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Phillip Rhodes WEDDING SONG: A BLESSING S, vln, org
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Phillip Rhodes NETS TO CATCH THE WIND (Witticisms and Lamentations No.2) -
SATB Chorus and Percussion
Phillip Rhodes FACE I CARRY WITH ME S, fl, vla, vc, pf
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Phillip Rhodes IN PRAISE OF WISDOM "Laudes Sapientiae" -
SATB chorus, 3 trumpets in Bb, 3 trombones (3rd=bstbn)
Phillip Rhodes CEREMONIAL FANFARE AND CHORALE double brass choir
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Phillip Rhodes PRAYERS FROM THE PSALMS chor, org, S
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Phillip Rhodes THREE 'KENTUCKY' SONGS Treble choir, pf
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Phillip Rhodes ENSEMBLE ETUDES -
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Additional Works