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- Alfred Newman was a major American composer of music for films.
- Alfred Newman was the brother of Lionel Newman, the father of David Newman and Thomas Newman, and the uncle of Randy Newman -- composers all.
- The genesis of Serenada Schizophrana was a commission from the American Composers Orchestra (ACO), a new honor for Elfman and a challenge that he welcomed.
- To support professional development for the chapters of American Composers Forum.
- American Composers Forum, $50,000 To support the expansion of the innova- Recordings label.
- Aaron Copland was the pioneer of American music -- he showed the world how to write classical music in an American way.
- Aaron Copland was a wonderful influence on me though I never studied with him formally.
- Aaron Copland: The Essence of America Having heard MTT perform Copland live and with astounding impact I was delighted with this set.
- Alan Hovhaness is a highly prolific composer, with 65 symphonies at the last count and Opus numbers in the 400s, He is well worth investigating.
- Alan Hovhaness is an American composer who produces "spiritual" sorts of works usually with an Oriental or Middle Eastern flavor.
- Alan Hovhaness is one of America’s most prolific composers, having over 400 compositions credited to him.
- Alan Hovhaness was an enigmatic composer with a taste for exotic influences and a mystical orientation.
- Alan Hovhaness was an inspired genius, and not afraid to blaze his own path.
- Alfred Reed, 84, prominent American composer of concert band music.
- In his Armenian Dances, Alfred Reed has captured many of the styles, tempos, and subtleties of the Armenian folk songs and dances.
- The chorale upon which this Alfred Reed arrangement is based is number 727 in the BWV index of Bach's works and was written between 1708 and 1717.
- Alvin Curran is an American composer who writes music for all occasions.
- Alvin Lucier is a major American composer whose pioneering work in sound art has inspired a generation of younger composers.
- Amy Beach is the only woman composer on the granite wall.
- Andrew Imbrie (Born April 6, 1921) is an American composer of classical music.
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- Angelo Badalamenti is one of the most original musical voices in film.
- ANNEA LOCKWOOD was born in 1939 in Christchurch, NewZealand where she received her early training as a composer.
- Annea Lockwood is a New Zealand born American composer and teacheselectronic music at Vassar College.
- Annea Lockwood was born in 1939 in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she received her early training as a composer.
- Anne LeBaron is an internationally noted composer widely recognized for her work in instrumental, electronic, and performance realms.
- Anthony Philip Heinrich was the foremost American composer of his day.
- Anthony Philip Heinrich was theforemost American composer of his day.
- Anthony Braxton is a seminal figure in contemporary music, widely and critically acclaimed as a composer and saxophonist.
- Anthony Braxton is an American composer and woodwind improviser, one of the most prolific artists in free jazz.
- Anthony Davis was born on February 20, 1951, in Paterson, New Jersey, and grew up in a family with a long history of academic achievement.
- Arnold Dreyblatt is one of the most misunderstood contemporary composers on the scene.
- Arnold Schoenberg is one of the most significant figures in 20th century music.
- The composer Arthur Berger served as Irving G. Fine Professor of Music from 1969 to 1980 (and as Emeritus Professor until his death in 2003).
- Fromm's modesty, humanity, and generosity are abundantly evident in a statement he made to composer Arthur Berger in 1959.
- Please submit sites dealing with the life or music of Arthur Berger, including biographies, discographies, analyses of compositions, or bibliographies.
- Benjamin Boretz is a twentieth- and twenty-first-century American composer and music theorist.
- Benjamin Boretz is a twentieth- and twenty-first-century American music theorist and composer.
- Ben Johnston is an American composer internationally known for his work with extended just intonation.
- So a composer says he studied with Bernard Rands.
- In 1987 he attended the Aspen School of Contemporary Music where he participated in masterclasses with American composer Bernard Rands.
- Beth Anderson is a composer of new romantic music, text-sound works, and musical theater.
- Beth Anderson is an American composer of acclaimed avant-garde works that have been performed internationally, as well as a critic, pianist and vocalist.
- Beth Anderson is an American neo-romantic composer.
- Bolcom is a good, good blacksmith.
- Bolcom is a master of using contrast for optimal artistic purposes.
- Bolcom is a professor of music composition at the University of Michigan.
- Bolcom is an American composer of remarkable range, composing works of chamber, operatic, vocal, choral, cabaret, ragtime and symphonic music.
- Bolcom is an important composer in his prime, who writes confidently in an eclectic style that is musically sophisticated but always accessible.
- Brian Wilson is arguably the greatest American composer of popular music in the rock era.
- In 1995 Parks teamed up again with Brian Wilson, this time to create the album Orange Crate Art.
- In 1966 Brian Wilson commissioned Parks to write lyrics for the Beach Boys' next LP, the ambitious but ill-fated Smile.
- Carey's main influences include Mahler, Rachmaninoff and Ravel.
- Mariah Carey is an 1 in a billion talent.
- Her songs are what Carey had been doing in the 90's.
- Carlisle Floyd is a contemporary American composer.
- Carlisle Floyd is the most important American opera composer and librettist in our nation’s history.
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- Name at birth Walter carlos wendy Carlos studiedmusic and physics and found work in New York as a recording engineer.
- Carl Stalling was also a master at telling a story through music, with gestures so clear, that there is never any doubt as to his intentions.
- Carl Stalling was one of the foremost composers of music for cartoons and wrote virtually all of the scores for Warner Brothers cartoons from 1936 to 1958.
- Carl Stalling was the chief music arranger for Warner Brothers cartoons from 1936 to 1958.
- Carl Stone is a computer music authority and his work is mature and precise.
- Carl Stone is an American composer, primarily working in the field of live electronic music.
- The compact disc will feature the 60 minutes recordings of a lecture that Charlemagne Palestine gave on March 7th, 1975 at ArtNow Centre in Canada.
- Charlemagne Palestine and Alga Marghen have decided to make the two CDs available in a new 2CD set edition.
- Then, in 1969, Tony Conrad asked Charlemagne Palestine to make some carillon music for his film 'Coming Attractions'.
- Charles Martin Loeffler was a distinguished American composer and musician who was really French in his heart and soul.
- -Charles Amirkhanian is a highly imaginative sound poet of the first order- - Stereo Revew.
- Charles Amirkhanian (Woodside, CA) is a composer, percussionist, sound poet, and radio producer.
- Charles Ives is a uniquely individualistic American composer.
- Charles Ives was born in the small manufacturing town of Danbury, Connecticut, on October 20, 1874, two years before Brahms finished his First Symphony.
- Creston is an important business centre with a thriving diverse economy.
- Creston was diagnosed with cancer in 1984, and died on August 24, 1985.
- Creston was largely self-taught in composition.
- Creston was the most performed American composer of the 1940s.
- Creston was the recipient of many awards and honors including a Guggenheim Fellowship and the New York Music Critics' Circle Award for his Symphony No.
- Danielpour is a brilliant craftsman and a fine writer.
- Danielpour is a new American classic.
- Danielpour is one of the best composers and shows it here.
- The Danielpour is the strongest work on this disc.
- Daniel Read 1757-1841 was an early American composer of sacred music.
- Early American composers included William Billings and Daniel Read, who worked as itinerant singing masters.
- Jenks was a prolific exponent of the American music idiom developed by Daniel Read and other Connecticut composers during the late eighteenth century.
- To support a commission to composer and trumpeter Dave Douglas for new works to accompany early silent films of Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle.
- Over the last decade, trumpeter Dave Douglas has become one of the leading voices in modern jazz.
- A student of Roger Sessions and mentor to David Del Tredici, Imbrie focused on the German school.
- David del Tredici, an American composer of Italian descent, writes three pieces in an ancient Greek form that classical Romans would have appreciated.
- The disc finishes with the dreamily haunting Acrostic Song from Final Alice by David del Tredici.
- Jack Kerouac's friend and musical collaborator, the composer David Amram, talks of their life and times in a Jerry Jazz Musician interview.
- Also, David Amram is a composer, pianist and French horn player without boundaries.
- David Amram (born November 17, 1930 in Philadelphia) is an American composer, musician and writer.
- David Diamond is a composer who has "stuck" firmly to his tonal "guns" through decades of turmoil in American music.
- American composer David Newman (1954-) is son of Alfred Newman and member of a singularly talented musical family, especially in film scoring.
- He worked closely with David Newman on the film's score as well.
- Please submit sites dealing with the life or music of David Newman, including biographies, discographies, analyses of compositions, or bibliographies.
- DeRose was born in New York City and as a boy exhibited a gift for things musical.
- Dominick Argento taught music theory and composition for nearly forty years at the University of Minnesota.
- Dominick Argento, perhaps the greatest American composer of lyric opera, created an amazing assortment of legendary works.
- Dominick Argento home page at www.boosey.com.
- Don Gillis was an American composer who lived from 1912 to 1978.
- Don Gillis was born in Missouri in 1912 and he died of a sudden heart attack in South Carolina in 1978.
- Douglas Moore, his mentor at Columbia University, encouraged Laderman---s concern with prosody and the setting of American texts.
- Douglas Moore singing one of his original bawdy songs-- "Destroyer Life"--as performed in the Moore home 'Salt Meadow' in Cutchogue, Long Island, circa 1950.
- She studied composition at Columbia University under Douglas Moore and others.
- Edward MacDowell was a famous American composer.
- Edward MacDowell was born in New York City, the son of a milkman and his musically inclined spouse.
- Edward MacDowell was the first American composer to be acclaimed by both Europeans and Americans as an outstanding figure in western culture.
* Alex North
* Elliott Sharp
* Elliot Goldenthal
* Elmer Bernstein
* Ernest Bloch
* Eve Beglarian
* Ezra Laderman
* Frank London
* Frank Zappa
* Frederic Rzewski
* Gene Tyranny
* George Antheil
* George Crumb
* George Gershwin
* George Rochberg
* George Tsontakis
* George Walker
* Gordon Mumma
* Harold Shapero
* Harry Partch
* Henry Brant
* Henry Cowell
* Henry Fillmore
* Henry Mancini
* Horatio Parker
* Howard Hanson
* Hugo Weisgall
* Ingolf Dahl
* Irving Fine
* Jake Heggie
* Jay Greenberg
* Jeffrey Mumford
* Jennifer Higdon
* Jerry Goldsmith
* Jerry Hunt
* Jim Brickman
* Joan Tower
* Jody Diamond
* John Alden Carpenter
* John Cage
* John Coolidge Adams
* John Corigliano
* John Luther Adams
* John Philip Sousa
* John Williams
* John Zorn
* Jon Appleton
* Jon Brion
* Joseph Schwantner
* Julius Eastman
* Kurt Weill
* Kyle Gann
* Larry Adler
* La Monte Young
* Leonard Bernstein
* Leo Ornstein
* Leo Robin
* Leroy Anderson
* Leslie Bassett
* Louise Talma
* Lou Harrison
* Lowell Liebermann
* Lukas Foss
* Marc Blitzstein
* Marion Bauer
* Mark Isham
* Maryanne Amacher
* Michael Daugherty
* Michael Giacchino
* Michael Gordon
* Milton Babbitt
* Miriam Gideon
* Morten Lauridsen
* Morton Feldman
* Morton Gould
* Morton Subotnick
* Muhal Richard Abrams
* Nathan Larson
* Ned Rorem
* Nicolas Flagello
* Norman Dello Joio
* Oscar Levant
* Otto Luening
* Pauline Oliveros
* Paul Bowles
* Paul Dresher
* Paul Lansky
* Peter Garland
* Philip Glass
* Phill Niblock
* Ralph Rainger
* Randy Newman
* Raymond Scott
* Rhys Chatham
* Richard Teitelbaum
* Richard Wernick
* Robert Ashley
* Robert Moran
* Robert Nathaniel Dett
* Roger Reynolds
* Roy Harris
* Samuel Adler
* Samuel Barber
* Scott Joplin
* Skitch Henderson
* Steven Mackey
* Steve Reich
* Steve Roach
* Sun Ra
* Terry Riley
* Thea Musgrave
* Thomas Hastings
* Thomas Newman
* Tom Johnson
* Undine Smith Moore
* Victor Herbert
* Vincent Persichetti
* Virgil Thomson
* Vittorio Giannini
* Wendy Carlos
* William Billings
* William Grant Still
* William Schuman
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