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  Founder: Len Mullenger
Classical Editor: Rob Barnett

CRUMB, George
b Charleston, West Virginia, 24 October 1929

He was educated at the universities of Illinois (1953) and Michigan (1959) He was awarded the Fulbright Fellowship, the Koussevitzky Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the Pulitzer Prize of 1968. He was on the faculty of the University of Colorado from 1959 to 1964, professor at the University of Pennsylvania from 1965, and visiting professor at Harvard in 1968 and at Tanglewood in 1970.

1954 (25)

String Quartet

1955 (26)

Sonatina for unaccompanied cello

1959 (30)

Variazioni, for orchestra

1962 (33)

Five Pieces for piano

1963 (34)

Night Music 1, for soprano, celeste, piano and percussion

Night Music 11, for violin and piano

1964 (35)

Four Nocturnes for violin and piano

1965 (36)

Madrigals, Book 1, for soprano, vibraphone and double-bass

Madrigals, Book 11, for soprano, alto flute and percussion

1966 l37)

Eleven Echoes of Autumn, for violin, flute, clarinet and piano

1967 (38)

Echoes of Time and the River, for orchestra

1968 (39)

Songs, Drones and Refrains of Death, for baritone and instruments

1969 (40)

Night of the Four Moons, for ensemble

Madrigals, Book VII, for soprano, harp and percussion

Madrigals, Book IV, for soprano and instruments

1970 (41)

Ancient Voices of Children, for soprano, boy soprano and seven instruments

Black Angels, for electric string quartet

1971 (42)

Voice of the Whale, for flute, cello and piano

1973 (44)

Makrokosmos I, for piano

1974 (45)

Makrokosmos II, for amplified piano

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