Gnazzo, Anthony, 1936- Edit

Summary

Agent Type
Person

Dates

  • 1936-04-21 (Existence)

Name Forms

  • Gnazzo, Anthony, 1936-
  • Gnazzo, Anthony J.

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Notes

  • Biography/Historical Note

    Anthony Gnazzo, an American composer, studied music theory and mathematics at the University of Hartford; then worked under Krenek, Berger, and Shapero at Brandeis (MFA, 1969). He directed the Tape Music Center at Mills College and worked in association with other electronic music studios at Stanford, Berkeley, University of York, and University of California at Haywood. He has written "text-sound" pieces to read or look at (Hisnia and Hernia); mathematically constructed works (Prime Source 1-23); and mixed-media performance pieces (Lontano). Other works include dance scores, film and TV music, incidental music, environmental works, instrumental music, electronic and computer-generated music and choral and solo vocal music.