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F.A. in composition from Princeton University, where he studied with Paul Lansky, and a Ph.D. from the same institution in 2001. His dissertation, "The
Georg Essl (597 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
chaotic. Essl's sound synthesis methods are employed by composers such as Paul Lansky, Brad Garton, Matt Burtner, Juraj Kojs and Ted Coffey and are available
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2013. "WERGO – Charles Dodge – Douglas Fulton – Stanislaw Krupowicz – Paul Lansky – Alejandro Viñao – Computer Music Currents 11". Wergo.de. "FyRec News
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(1999) Louis Karchin Aaron Jay Kernis Kenneth Lampl David Lang (1983) Paul Lansky (1964) Anne LeBaron (1978) Roland Leich (1933 for Housman Songs, and
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(PhD, 2011), and his primary teachers have included Osvaldo Golijov, Paul Lansky, Steven Mackey, William Bolcom, and Michael Daugherty. He has taught
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20th-Century Wind Band Works. Journal of Band Research, 2007 Cummings, Robert: PAUL LANSKY, CHARLES DODGE, CINDY MCTEE, J. B. FLOYD, ALLEN STRANGE: THE COMPOSER
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12, No. 2 (Spring-Summer, 1974). "Fanfares for the common tone" (with Paul Lansky), Perspectives of New Music, Vol. 14-15, No. 1-2 (1976), pp. 228–35.