sion Breathes…,” which was performed at the
dedication of the music wing in the fall of 1982.
She resigned earlier that same year in order to
give more time to her career as a composer.
david b. levy (B.M., M.A., Ph.D., Eastman),
who came to the Department in 1976, was Wake
Forest’s first Ph.D. musicologist. He taught
music history and music theory and continued
his research, begun at Eastman, on Beethoven’s
Ninth Symphony. He was also an accomplished
violinist, and he regularly wrote program notes
for the Winston-Salem Symphony. He became
Assistant Professor in 1979.
teresa radomski (B.M., Eastman; M.M., Col-
orado), who came in 1977 as Instructor in Music,
taught vocal performance, class voice, and
theatrical singing. She frequently sang at Uni-
versity events, including the 1982 convocation
which heralded the dedication of the music
wing of the Scales Fine Arts Center.
louis r. goldstein (B.M., Oberlin; M.F.A.,
California Institute of the Arts; D.M.A., East-
man) joined the Department in 1979. He was a
teacher of piano and a performer of music for
the piano, noted especially for his interpreta-
tions of the contemporary repertoire.
Three additional appointments in 1982 offered
much promise for the Department’s future in
its new building: Assistant Professor susan
hardenborwick (B.M., B.M.E., Baylor; Ph.D.,
UNC-Chapel Hill), a musicologist with a spe-
cialty in twentieth-century music4; stewart
carter (B.M.E., Kansas; M.S., Illinois; Ph.D.,
Stanford), another musicologist, a specialist in
early music, with a concentration on historical
brass instruments; and dan s. locklair (B.M.,
Mars Hill; S.M.M., Union Theological Seminary;
D.M.A., Eastman), who taught composition and
would become Wake Forest’s first Composer-
Others who made important continuing contribu-
tions to the Department during the Scales years
were: marjorie felmet, Teacher of Piano (1967–
1976); ethellashmitKalter, Artist in Residence,
Voice (1967–1972); charles W. smith, Director
She was appointed chairman in 1982.
(seated) Louis Goldstein, Patricia Dixon, (standing) Stewart Carter, David Levy, Christopher Giles, Susan Borwick, Lucille Harris,
John Mochnick, Dan Locklair