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Full name: Mr. Mawuyram Quessie Adjahoe (MA)
Email: adjayram@yahoo.com
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Department of Music
University of Cape Coast
Ghana
Phone: 0244171314
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Biography:
2003 to date
Lecturer, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
2000 - 2003
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
2000 - 2002
Part-time Lecturer, Theory of Music & Composition, Centre for Intercultural Studies, Cape Coast
1998 - 2002
Music Master, Adisadel College, Cape Coast
1997 - 1998
Detached Headteacher, Anglican Primary A and B Schools, Saltpond, Ghana
1997
Master of Philosophy (Music), Area of interest: Theory of Music & Composition, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
1991 - 1996
Part-time Cultural Studies Instructor, Montessori Junior Secondary School, Pedu, Cape Coast
1993 - 1996
Part-time Teaching Assistant (Theory of Music & Composition.), Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
1991 - 1993
Teaching Assistant (Theory of Music & Composition.), Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
1991
Diploma in Education and Bachelor of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast
1982 - 1985
Class Teacher, Peki Avetile Evangelical Presbyterian Middle School, Peki Avetile, Ghana
1982
Teacher's Certificate 'A', Peki Training College, Peki, Ghana
1979
General Certificate of Education, 'Ordinary Level', Peki Secondary School, Peki, Ghana
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SOLO WORKS

  • Go Le Mimlim Tolitoli. Arranged (April 22, 2003). Dedicated to Prof. Oral Moses. Art-song for Baritone with piano accompaniment. Accepted by Prof. Oral Moses, a Visiting Professor from Kennesaw University, (March-June, 2003) as one of the African art-songs he will perform in the United States of America and Germany.
  • Mitso Aseye. (May 31, 2002) Art-song for Alto / Baritone with piano accompaniment. Has been a Second / Third Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2002/2003 academic year.
  • Nye Nuto Fe Dedevie, Toboli. arranged (August, 2001) Art-song for Soprano / Tenor with piano accompaniment. Has been a Final Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2002/2003 academic year. Accepted by Prof. Oral Moses, a Visiting Professor from Kennesaw University, (March-June, 2003) as one of the African art-songs he will perform in the United States of America and Germany.
  • Nye Deka Metsi To Dome. (December 29, 1993) Art-song for Soprano / Tenor with piano accompaniment. Has been a Third Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2000/2001 academic year.
  • Tso Wo Dzodzoenyenye La Dem. (June 23, 1994) Art-song for Soprano / Tenor with piano accompaniment. Has been a First Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 1998/1999 academic year.
  • Nofe Nyui Na Wodea Do. (October, 1989). Art-song for Soprano / Tenor with piano accompaniment. Has been a Final Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast since 1989/1990 academic year. Has been a Final Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Education, Winneba since 1990/1991 academic year. Has been approved as Ghanaian art-song for the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination Performance Test in Music by the West African Examinations Council since 1997/1998 academic year.
  • Vowowo Megali o. (March 18, 1989). Art-song for Soprano / Tenor with piano accompaniment. Has been a Third Year Ghanaian art-song in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast since 2001/2002 academic year.

CHORAL WORKS

  • Yesu, Xexeame Fe Kekeli. (September, 2003) A Ghanaian contemporary Christmas carol for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.
  • Miagakpe Gbedeka. (January, 2003) A Ghanaian contemporary music for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. Could be accompanied by Gbolo percussion instruments.
  • Miva Miyi Soleme. (February, 1996) A Ghanaian contemporary music for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. Could be accompanied by Gabada percussion instruments. Presented to the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast as a requirement for the award of the degree of Master of Philosophy in Music in 1997.
  • Glory To God. (May, 1993) English translated version of 'Nutikokoe Woana Mawu Le Dzifo Boo'
  • Nutikokoe Woana Mawu Le Dzifo Boo. (May, 1993) A Ghanaian contemporary Christmas carol for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.
  • Kyenkyen Bi Adi M'awu o. (January, 1992) An Akan folk-song arranged for Soprano, Mezzo Soprano andAlto. Dedicated to the University Primary School, Cape Coast. Performed as the school's optional song during the Basic School's Music Competition in 1992 in which the school placed first.
  • Nu Nyuito. (September 27, 1987) A Ghanaian contemporary music for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. Could be accompanied by Gabada percussion instruments.
  • Vowowo Megali o. (September 28, 1986) A Ghanaian contemporary music re-arranged for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass from the original solo work. Could be accompanied by Agbadza percussion instruments.
  • Dzidzo Nyae. (September 28, 1986) A Ghanaian contemporary Christmas carol for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.
  • Halleluyah, Christ Was Born. (November 20, 1984) A Ghanaian contemporary Christmas carol for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass.

INSTRUMENTAL WORKS

  • Futoa Susu Be Yewom. (March 20, 2003) An art music for solo atenteben with piano accompaniment in through-composed form. Has been a Ghanaian contemporary atenteben music in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2002/2003 academic year.
  • Atenteben Highlife No.2 (May 27, 2003) The second of a series of tunes for three atenteben in 'Ghanaian Highlife' style.
  • My Tunes For The Saxophone. (November 26, 2002) An art music for solo saxophone with piano accompaniment. Has been a Ghanaian contemporary saxophone music in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2002/2003 academic year.
  • Atenteben Highlife No.1 (November 30, 1999) The first of a series of tunes for three atenteben in 'Ghanaian Highlife' style.
  • My Signature Tune. (November 23, 1999) An art music for solo atenteben with piano accompaniment in theme and variation form. Has been a Ghanaian contemporary atenteben music in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 2002/2003 academic year.
  • Agbadza Series No. 2 (November 10, 1999) The second of a Ten-movement composition for three atenteben in Agbadza style, accompanied by Agbadza percussion instruments.
  • Agbadza Series No. 1 (October 23, 1999) The first of a Ten-movement composition for three atenteben in Agbadza style, accompanied by Agbadza percussion instruments.
  • The Sounds. (August 17, 1996) A Twentieth Century composition for violin 1 and 2, viola and violoncello. Presented to the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, as a requirement for the award of the Master of Philosophy in Music, 1997. Was studied and rehearsed for performance by the National Symphony Orchestra in 1997.
  • Agbadza Trio. (May 15, 1996) An art music for three atenteben in B-flat, in Agbadza style, Accompanied by Agbadza percussion instruments-Axatse, Gankogui, Kidi, Kagan and Sogo, in sonata-form. Presented to the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, as a requirement for the award of the Master of Philosophy in Music, 1997. Was studied and rehearsed for performance by the National Symphony Orchestra in 1997.
  • The Quintet. (March, 1996) A one-movement composition for clarinet in B-flat, violins 1 and 2, viola, and violoncello, in sonata-allegro form. Presented to the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, as a requirement for the award of the Master of Philosophy in Music, 1997. Was studied and rehearsed for performance by the National Symphony Orchestra in 1997.
  • La Lem Lo. (December, 29, 1993) A Sonatina for Piano in Agbadza style . Was accepted and performed by Dr. Fred Karpoff, the 1994 Artistic Ambassador of the United States of America as a Ghanaian contemporary piano music on Thursday, May 26, 1994, at the Auditorium, Faculty of Science, University of Cape Coast. Has been a Ghanaian contemporary piano music in the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast since 1995/1996 academic year.
  • String Quartet in C major. (August, 1991) A four-movement sonata for violins 1 and 2, viola and violoncello. Presented to the Department of Music, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Bachelor of Music (Hons) Degree and Diploma in Education, 1991. Was studied and rehearsed for performance by the National Symphony Orchestra in 1991.
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