Janice Spooner and The Gold 'n Ivory Duo

The Gold 'n Ivory Duo, a flute and piano duo, has performed extensively in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex area since the early '80's.

Janice Spooner -- Gold Flute
Terry Randolph -- Ivory Piano

Recordings by The Gold 'n Ivory Duo

Merry Christmas CD Artwork Merry Christmas to All
-- O Holy Night, Adam, Arr. Holcombe
-- Gesu Bambino, Yon, Arr. Simpson
-- Angels We Have Heard, Traditional French, Arr. Smith
-- Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine, Traditional German Melody, Arr. Smith

Other songs featured on this CD: Silent Night; It Came Upon a Midnight Clear; Coventry Carol; Deck the Halls; The First Noel; Lo, How A Rose Ere Blooming; Sing We Now Of Christma; What Child is This?; Jingle Bells; Bring A Torch, Jeannette Isabella; God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; He Shall Feed His Flock; We Three Kings; O Come, O Come Emmanuel; The Holly and the Ivy; All Through the Night; I Saw Three Ships; Pat-A-Pan; Away in a Manger; We Wish You A Merry Christmas


With Love CD Artwork With Love
-- Annie's Song, John Denver, Arr. James Galway
-- Canon in D, Johann Pachelbel
-- Ave Maria, Charles Gounod
-- Pennywhistle Jig, Henry Mancini

Other songs featured on this CD: Breakfast at Tiffany's; Meggie's Theme; Baby Elephant Walk; Air; Berceuse; Humoresque; La Basque; Be Thou Mine; I Am Bound for the Promised Land; La Milonga; Gymopedie #1; Beautiful Dreamer; A Mancini Medley; The Man I Love; Only You; Smoke Gets in Your Eyes; Lazy Afternoon; Ashokan Farewell




Sentimentally Yours CD Artwork Sentimentally Yours
-- Meditation from Thais, Massenet
-- Amazing Grace, Early American Melody, Arr. Holcome
-- Theme from the Thornbirds, Mancini
-- Someone to Watch Over Me, Gershwin, Arr. Holcombe

Other songs featured on this CD: Entr'acte from Carmen; Rèverie; Vocalise; Tambourin; Londonderry Air; Be Thou My Vision; Morning Is Broken; One Hand, One Heart; Moon River; Theme from the Molly Maguires; Pie in the Face Polka from the Great Race; La Paloma; La Tristeza; Swanee River; Embraceable You; S'Wonderful




Recorded and Mixed by Jim Jackson
All recordings are produced by Silverspoons Studio (817-283-1213)
Music recorded with permission of MUSICIANS PUBLICATIONS,
TootPick Publishing, Pan Publications, and Last Resort Music, Inc.
© 1999, 2000, 2003 Silverspoons Productions
All Rights Reserved

Warning: Unauthorized reproduction of this recording is prohibited.

More about Janice

Janice Spooner

Janice has placed the flute since the age of 11. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from North Texas State University (now University of North Texas) in 1968 where she studied with Dr. George Morey. Since that time she has studied with Jean-Pierre Rampal, Julius Baker, Karl Kraber, Jeanne Larson of the Dallas Symphony, and Jan Crisanti of the Fort Worth Symphony.

Ms. Spooner is active as a private flute teacher in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area. After 27 years as a Spanish teacher, she retired from Richland High School in 2001. During her time there she was the sponsor and choreographer of the Richland High Fiesta Dancers Ballet Folklorico, and she was listed in "Who's Who Among America's Teachers" in 1990, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2005.

Janice was the principal flutist with the Irving Symphony Orchestra from 1970 to 1988 where she preformed as featured soloist. She is the principal flutist with the New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving where she preformed as soloist in 1996 and 2003, and principal flutist with the Fort Worth Civic Orchestra since 1979. She was the featured soloist with this group in the 1998-1999 seasons and again in 2005. In addition to playing principal flute in the Northeast Orchestra, where she performed as the feature soloist in the 1999-2000 seasons, she is a frequent recitalist ad adjucator in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. She is the director of Flutissimo! Flute Choir and a charter member of the Philharmonic Winds Woodwind Quintet. She also performs with the Texas Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. She is a member of the Texas Flute Society, National Flute Association, Harmony Club of Fort Worth, and the E. Clyde Whitlock Music Club.

More about Terry

Terry Randolph

Terry studied piano with Gyorgy Sandor at SMU and holds a Master of Music Education from North Texas State University (now University of North Texas). After serving as a band and choir director in area schools and churches, he is now a self-employed piano technician and has recently opened his own piano studio in the Fort Worth area.

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