Title: Music By Ramon Zupko: Masques / Nocturnes / Fluxus II
Style: Contemporary, Abstract, Avantgarde
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RAMON ZUPKO (b. 1932, Pittsburgh) started learning the piano from his mother, a good pop pianist, at the age of 8, and started to compose at about the same time. His talent for composition was encouraged in high school, in Ohio, and he went on to study with Vincent Persichetti (at the Juilliard School) and later in Vienna on a Fulbright Fellowship and at Columbia University. He lived in Europe from 1962 to 1966, studying at the Darmstadt Summer Courses and taking courses in electronic music at Bilthoven, Holland.
Music of Ramon Zupko Phyllis Rappeport. Listen on Apple Music. Phyllis Rappeport & Western Brass Quintet. 2. Nocturnes: I. Calmato. Abraham Stokman & Arlene Stokman. Nocturnes: III. Freddamente. 5. Nocturnes: IV. Ardente. Fluxus II. Abraham Stokman. Released: Dec 31, 2010.
Ramon Zupko was born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1932. He is currently retired Professor Emeritus of Music of the School of Music, Western Michigan University, where he taught composition, theory, and founded and directed the Studio for Electronic and Computer music from 1971 to 1997. He taught theory and established the first Electronic Music Studio in Chicago at the Chicago Musical College from 1967-1971. He began to compose before his teens, and received his Bachelor and Master of Science in Composition degrees from the Juilliard School of Music.
Listen to Music of Ramon Zupko by Phyllis Rappeport on Deezer. Composers: Ramon Zupko. Total duration:44 min. 01. Masques. Music of Ramon Zupko. 02. 03. Nocturnes: II. Bizzarramente. 04.
Ramon Zupko: listen and download Collage, Gunther Schuller, William Thomas McKinley - Paintings VII, Andrew Thomas, Barbara Bagatin, Harvey Sollberger, Nancy Elan, Ramon Zupko - Fixations, Richard Stoltzman, William Thomas McKinley - For One, Ensemble of the Center for New Music, University of Iowa, James Dixon, William Matthews - Letters From Home & more. Music of Ramon Zupko, 2011. Western Brass Quintet, Ramon Zupko, Phyllis Rappeport - Masques 12:58. Ramon Zupko, Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman - Nocturnes: I. Calmato 03:27. Ramon Zupko, Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman - Nocturnes: II. Bizzarramente 01:51. Ramon Zupko, Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman - Nocturnes: III. Freddamente 02:55. Ramon Zupko, Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman - Nocturnes: IV. Ardente 02:17.
RAMON ZUPKO Professor Emeritus of Music. RAMON ZUPKO is Professor Emeritus of Composition at Western Michigan University, where he also directed the Studio for Electronic and Computer Music during his distinguished career. Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he began his musical studies at an early age, eventually receiving composition degrees from Juilliard. RAMON ZUPKO Publications 1992 Pro and Contra Dances for Brass Quintet, Peters No. 6 Fluxus VIII for Alto Sax and Tape Fluxus V for Clarinet and Tape accepted for publication by Dorn Publications, Woodwind Services, Inc. 1986 Where the Mountain Crosses Song Cycle for Mezzo-soprano and Piano, Peters No. 6 Fluxus II, for Piano, Peters No. 6 Fantasies, for.
Lyrics for top songs by Ramon Zupko. Fluxus I. Ramon Zupko, James Dixon, Harvey Sollberger. Ramon Zupko, Nancy Elan, Barbara Bagatin, Andrew Thomas, Harvey Sollberger. Pro and Contra Dances - Tableau I: Intrada, Courante, Pavane. Ramon Zupko, Western Brass Quintet. Pro and Contra Dances - Tableau III: Intrada, Gigue. Pro and Contra Dances - Tableau II: Intrada, Galliard, Sarabande.
Zupko, RamonZupko, Ramon, American composer and teacher; b. Pittsburgh, Nov. 14, 1932. He was a student of Persichetti at the Juilliard School of Music in . Following further studies with Schiske at the Vienna Academy of Music on a Fulbright fellowship (1958-59), he pursued training in electronic music at Columbia Univ. and with Koenig at the Univ. Source for information on Zupko, Ramon: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians dictionary. Zupko, Ramon, American composer and teacher; b.
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Ensemble – Western Brass QuintetHorn – Neill SandersPiano – Phyllis RappeportTrombone – Russell Brown Trumpet – Donald Bullock, Stephen Jones Tuba – Robert Whaley
|A2||Nocturnes 1, 2 And 3
Piano – Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman*
|B1||Nocturnes 4, 5 And 6
Piano – Abraham Stokman, Arlene Stokman*
Piano – Abraham Stokman
- Cover – Judith Lerner
- Producer – Carter Harman, Ramon Zupko
NotesComposition dates: A1: 1973-78 / A2-B1: 1977 / B2: 1978.
This record was funded in part by a grant from the Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music Inc.