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1. p20-ARC One of the subunits of ARP2/3. 2. p20-CGGBP (CGG-binding protein1) A protein that binds to the unmethylated form of the trinucleotide repeat ...

Johnny P.

Johnny P.  

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B. John Morgan, 20 June 1965, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Johnny P. first came to prominence as the number one DJ with Winston Riley’s Techniques sound system. Through his sound ...
V.I.P.s

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Formed in Carlisle, England, this blues/soul quintet comprised Mike Harrison (b. 3 September 1945, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; vocals), Jimmy Henshaw (b. 20 October 1943, Bothwell, Lanarkshire, ...
William Albright

William Albright  

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(b Gary, IN, 20 Oct. 1944; d Ann Arbor, MI, 17 Sept. 1998).American composer, organist, and pianist. He studied with Ross Lee Finney and George Rochberg at the University ...
Nikos Skalkottas

Nikos Skalkottas  

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(b Halkis, Eubea, 21 March 1904; d Athens, 20 Sept. 1949).Greek composer. He studied the violin at the Athens Conservatory (1914–20) and with Willy Hess at the Berlin Musikhochschule ...
Michael Gordon

Michael Gordon  

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(b Miami, 20 July 1956).American composer. He grew up in Nicaragua and studied with Martin Bresnick at Yale. He then settled in New York, where in 1983 he formed ...
John Harbison

John Harbison  

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(b Orange, NJ, 20 Dec. 1938).American composer. He studied at Harvard (1956–60), in Berlin (1960–1) and at Princeton with Earl Kim and Roger Sessions (1961–3). In 1969 he began ...
Vagn Holmboe

Vagn Holmboe  

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(b Horsens, Jutland, 20 Dec. 1909; d Ramløse, 1 Sept. 1996).Danish composer and teacher. He studied music theory with Knud Jeppesen and composition with Høffding at the Royal Conservatory ...
Ivan Ivanovich Sollertinsky

Ivan Ivanovich Sollertinsky  

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(b Vitebsk, 20 Nov./3 Dec. 1902; d Novosibirsk, 11 Feb. 1944).Russian musicologist and critic. He was a member of Mikhail Bakhtin's philosophical circle in Vitebsk and Nevel before moving ...
Johann Peter Salomon

Johann Peter Salomon  

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(b Bonn, bapt. 20 Feb. 1745; d London, 28 Nov. 1815).German violinist, impresario, and composer. In 1758 he became a court musician in Bonn, and several years later he ...
Das Christelflein

Das Christelflein  

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Opera in 2 acts, Op.20, by Pfitzner to his own lib. based on a play by Ilse von Stach. Comp. 1917 (re‐casting of incid. mus. for play Das Christelflein, Munich 1906). F.p. Dresden 1917.
Paul Ben-Haim

Paul Ben-Haim  

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(b Munich, 1 Oct. 1897; d Tel Aviv, 14 Jan. 1984).Israeli composer. He studied at the music academy and at the university in Munich (1915–20), then worked as assistant ...
Eventyr

Eventyr  

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Ballad for orch. by Delius after Asbjörnsen's fairy tales. Comp. 1917, f.p. 1919 cond. Wood.
First Post

First Post  

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Brit. Army bugle‐call sounded at 9.30 p.m. which calls all men back to barracks. See also Last Post.
Oration

Oration  

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‘Concerto elegiaco’ for vc. and orch. by Frank Bridge, comp. 1930. F.p. BBC 1936, Florence Hooton (vc.), cond. Bridge.
Regards sur l'enfant Jésus, Vingt

Regards sur l'enfant Jésus, Vingt  

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20 pieces for solo pf. by Messiaen, comp. 1944. F.p. Paris 1945 (Loriod).
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density  

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An informal measure of polyphonic complexity, chord content, or general sound, chiefly used of 20th-century music where a more precise vocabulary does not exist. One may thus speak of ‘dense ...
Kay, Ulysses

Kay, Ulysses  

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(b Tucson, AZ, 7 Jan. 1917; d Englewood, NJ, 20 May 1995).American composer. A nephew of the jazz musician King Oliver, he studied at the Eastman School (1938–40), with ...
André Jolivet

André Jolivet  

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(b Paris, 8 Aug. 1905; d Paris, 20 Dec. 1974).French composer. He studied literature at the Sorbonne, also taking composition lessons with Paul Le Flem (1927–32) and Varèse (1928–30). ...
Tristan

Tristan  

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Preludes for pf., orch., and tape by Henze. Comp. 1973. F.p. London, 1974 (Homero Francesch, pf., cond. C. Davis).
Cantiones sacrae

Cantiones sacrae  

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Term used by many composers, incl. (1) Motets by William Byrd. Book I (1589) contains 29 for 5 vv., Book II (1591) 20 for 5 vv. and 12 for 6 vv. In 1575 Byrd and Tallis jointly pubd. vol. of ...

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