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Composers--20th century--American

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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Adolph Weiss and Paula Hughes papers

 Collection 0380-SCPA
Abstract Adolph Weiss (1891 – 1971) was a modernist American composer, and once a pupil of Arnold Schoenberg in Vienna. Weiss also served as a professional bassoonist in a number of orchestras, including the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, the New York Symphony Society, the Rochester Symphony, and the Chicago Symphony. Paula Hughes was a patron of the performing arts who lived in Ojai, California. The papers contain materials that span the period of 1959 to 1971; the bulk of the...

Andrew Thomas papers

 Collection 0299-SCPA
Abstract Andrew Thomas (b. 1939) is an American composer recognized for his works for marimba, his relationship with Chinese musical culture, and his cultivation of embodiment and theatricality in his works. This collection consists of Andrew Thomas’s (b. 1939) scores -- both published and unpublished -- as well as material relating to the scores, including poems used for song lyrics or research accumulated for commissions. The materials date from 1956 through 1990, with the bulk of the materials...

Jacob Avshalomov scores collection

 Collection 0389-SCPA
Abstract Jacob Avshalomov (1919-2013) was an American composer, conductor, and educator. He was the son of Aaron Avshalomov, a notable composer and educator who conducted the Shanghai Municipal Orchestra. Jacob Avshalomov studied composition with Ernst Toch in Los Angeles and, later, with Aaron Copland. In 1943, Avshalomov graduated from the Eastman School of Music with a master’s degree. In addition to being a faculty member at Columbia University for a time, he conducted the Portland Youth...

Raymond Luedeke papers

 Collection 0215-SCPA
Abstract Raymond Luedeke (b. New York, NY, 11 November 1941), a North American composer, clarinetist, and educator, was born a U.S. citizen but also became a naturalized citizen of Canada in 1988. He returned to New York in 2010. Luedeke earned a Bachelor of Music in music history from the Eastman School of Music in 1966, a Master of Music in composition from the Catholic University of America in 1971, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in composition from Northwestern University in 1976. His composition...

Walter Winslow papers

 Collection 0425-SCPA-WINSLOW
Abstract Walter Keith Winslow (b. September 26, 1947; Salem, Oregon - d. February 12, 1998; Princeton, New Jersey) was an American composer, pianist, and teacher. He studied at the Oberlin Conservatory as an undergraduate, receiving degrees in both music composition and Russian. He then received a Ph.D. in music from the University of California, Berkeley in 1975. Winslow’s composition teachers included Richard Hoffmann, Edward Dugger, Andrew Imbrie, and Olly Wilson. His compositions range from solos...