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Vincent Persichetti

American composer Vincent Persichetti (1915-1987) was, along with William Schuman and Walter Piston, among the most important associates of what is becoming known, somewhat inappropriately, as the American educational school of composition. Blessed in Philadelphia through the First Globe War, Persichetti began monitoring music at age 5, acquiring lessons in …

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Herman Stein

Herman Stein’s obituary image in THE BRAND NEW York Moments is something monster lovers would themselves end up being willing to pass away for, older people film composer dressed in some type of laboratory layer and cradling the top from the Creature through the Dark Lagoon. Stein grins broadly within …

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