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M. Scott Johnson
Sheet music for M. Scott Johnson
Piano Solo - Digital Download
Composed by Various Collected Composers. 21st Century, 20th Century, Contemporary Classical. Score. 50 pages. Published by American Composers Alliance Inc. (S0.549681).
Piano - Early Advanced; Intermediate; Late Intermediate
41 Great Ragtime Piano Solos by 20 Famous Composers. Edited by Maurice Hinson. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Alfred Masterwork Edition. Masterwork; Ragtime. Book. 172 pages. Alfred Music #00-22560. Published by Alfred Music (AP.22560).
Piano - Advanced
34 Ragtime Piano Originals by 14 Composers. Edited by Maurice Hinson. Masterworks; Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. World's Greatest. Masterwork; Ragtime; Recital. Book. 144 pages. Alfred Music #00-31477. Published by Alfred Music (AP.31477).
Leadsheets for Performance and Personal Enjoyment. Composed by David Mcdonald. Sacred Vocal. Lillenas Publishing Company #9780834170476. Published by Lillenas Publishing Company (LO.9780834170476).
The Group Singing Songbook. Composed by Various. Edited by Peter Blood & Annie Patterson. Vocal. Spiral Bound. Folk. Songbook. 290 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.740330).
Piano - Easy Piano
30 Years of Popular Hits Arranged for EASY PIANO. Arranged by Dan Coates. Piano - Easy Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental; Sing-Along. Decade by Decade. Nostalgia; Pop. Book. 144 pages. Alfred Music #00-31920. Published by Alfred Music (AP.31920).
- 1 symphony (Symphony No. 1 in C Major)
- 1 large choral work (The Greatest Gift of All: A Christmas Cantata)
- several smaller choral works (Dona Nobis Pacem in C Dorian, etc.)
- several works for small ensembles (Palindromic Rhythms, etc.)
- various arrangements
Born in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1984, Matthew Scott Johnson grew up in a relatively non-musical family. His father is an artist and his mother was born completely deaf. Matt took an early interest in music and creating his own melodies, and he participated in every musical activity he could get his hands on. His first symphonic work was premiered by the Sweet Briar College Orchestra in 2000, Matt was 15. He premiered many piano works in the following years.
In 2003 he attended Lynchburg College, a small liberal arts school with a growing music program. During his residence there he composed a Christmas Cantata that has received multiple performances and his first symphony (Symphony No. 1 in C Major). He graduated with a degree in Instrumental Education. Now he attends the Grad School at UNC-Greensboro, pursuing a Masters of Music in Composition.