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  • 113Unsuk Chin — Hangul 진은숙 Hanja 陳銀淑 Revised Romanization …

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  • 114Porter-Gaud School — Motto: Fides, Honor, Scientia Faith, Honor, Knowledge Head of SchoolDr. Christian Proctor [http://www.portergaud.edu/aboutpg/headmasterwelcome.asp] Principals Upper School: Mrs. Sarah Cuccio Middle School: Mr. Randy Clark Lower School: Mrs. Becky …

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  • 115Michael Jarrell — (born 8 October 1958) is a Swiss composer. Born in Geneva, he studied at the Conservatoire there, and later with Klaus Huber in Freiburg. His works span many genres. In 1982, he won first prizes for composition and went on to win many more,… …

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  • 116Fabio Vacchi — (pronounced Vahkie ) is an Italian composer born in 1949 in Bologna.BiographyTraining and debutFabio Vacchi studied at the G.B. Martini Conservatory of Bologna with Giacomo Manzoni and Tito Gotti. In 1974 he participated in the courses of the… …

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  • 117Sound Patterns — (1961) is a musical piece or composition for a cappella mixed chorus by Pauline Oliveros. Oliveros won the Gaudeamus International Composers Award in 1962 with this work. [Von Gunden 1983, p.26 27] Rather than a traditional text, the work is… …

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  • 118International Rostrum of Composers — The International Rostrum of Composers (IRC) is an annual forum organized by the International Music Council that offers broadcasting representatives the opportunity to exchange and publicize pieces of contemporary classical music. It is funded… …

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  • 119Anthony Pateras — (b.1979) is an Australian musician and composer based in Melbourne. He is a specialist in prepared piano, works extensively with live electronics and writes music for ensembles, orchestras and films.BiographyDescribed as a… …

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  • 120Alexandra Fol — See also FOL .Alexandra Fol (born July 11, 1981 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian composer and organist. Born in Sofia, she studied composition at Boston University and the Eastman School of Music. Fol currently resides in Montreal, Canada, where she is… …

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  • 121Panayiotis Kokoras — (born 1974) is a Greek composer, musician and teacher in music. tudiesKokoras studied composition with I. Ioannidi, K. Varotsi and Anri Kergomard as well as classical guitar with E. Asimakopoulo in Athens. In 1999 he moved to England, for… …

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  • 122List of radio stations in Lithuania — Broadcast= Lithuanian*Pūkas traditional and wedding Lithuanian music *Lietus popBlues*Relax FMCampus*Baltupių radijas *Start FMChristian*Marijos radijasClassical*KlasikaElectronic*Opus 3Dance*Power Hit Radio *ZIP FMJazz*KTU radio Gaudeamus *Jazz… …

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  • 123Gabriel Erkoreka — is a Spanish composer born in Bilbao in 1969. He studied with Carmelo Bernaola, graduating with honours in composition, piano and chamber music. In 1995 he entered the Royal Academy of Music to study composition with Michael Finnissy where he… …

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  • 124Lefteris Papadimitriou — is a Greek composer and performer. BiographyHe was born in Volos, Greece and lives in Athens. He studied composition with Iannis Ioannidis and has written many compositions for live instruments and electronic media. He is a graduate and candidate …

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  • 125Michalis Travlos — (Greek: Μιχάλης Τραυλός) was born in 1950 in Piraeus, Greece. He started his musical studies at Athens National Conservatory in 1970 with Professor Michalis Vourtsis. In 1975, he was accepted to the Hochschule das Künste Berlin, where he studied… …

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  • 126Jan Vriend — Infobox musical artist | Name = Jan Vriend Img size = Landscape = Background = Birth name = Alias = Born = 1938, Benningbroek, Netherlands Died = Origin = Instrument = Genre = Contemporary classical music Occupation = Composer, Conductor, Pianist …

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  • 127List of compositions by William Byrd — This is a list of the musical compositions by William Byrd,one of the most celebrated English composers of the Renaissance. Vocal WorksMasses (c.1592 5)*Mass for 3 voices (c.1593 4) *Mass for 4 voices (c.1592 3) *Mass for 5 voices (c.1594 5)Latin …

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  • 128Michael Oesterle — (born 1968, Ulm, Germany) is a Canadian composer currently living in Deux Montagnes, Quebec, Canada. His pieces are written in the contemporary classical genre. Oesterle s works have been performed by ensembles including the Ives Ensemble,… …

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