Dr. Robert Ehle
Professor of Music
Theory and Composition
Dr. Robert Ehle is Professor of Music specializing in Music Theory and Composition. He also serves as the Graduate Coordinator for the School of Music. Dr. Ehle’s compositions include Lunar Landscape, performed by the Eastman Rochester Orchestra in 1961; Algorhythms, published by Carl Fischer in 1965; Soundpiece, Rockefeller Award and Dallas Symphony performance, published by Carl Fischer, 1966; A Space Symphony, performed by the Denver Symphony Orchestra, 1971; A Trek Across the Himalayas, performed by the Greeley Chamber Orchestra and published by Twin Elm; and Forests of the Night, performed and recorded by the Symphony Orchestra of the Czech Radio with Robert Todd Ehle as violin soloist, conducted by Vladimir Valek in 1996. Since 1979 Dr. Ehle has been working on a series of compositions which utilize musical ideas from world music cultures: Gazals, Yucatan Trio, Burmese Excursions, and Petroglyphic Sonatas. Compositions have also been published by Dorn and Heilman and recorded on Living Reed Recordings. His electronic music compositions have been broadcast across the former Soviet Union, in Australia, Canada, Europe, Brazil and the United States.
Dr. Ehle's composition: FANTASIA ON A TROUBADOR MELODY, played by the Greeley Chamber Orchestra while seeing the original 12-century melody in Gregorian Chant notation
Dr. Ehle's composition: FORESTS OF THE NIGHT, played by Todd Ehle and recorded with the Czech Radio Orchestra.