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Sheet music for Andrew Rudin
Flute, Piano (Flute)
Flute and Piano. Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Woodwind Solo. Contemporary, Classical. 16 pages. G. Schirmer #AMP7951. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50490001).
Appetizers for unaccompanied violin. Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Classical, 21st Century. 9 pages. Duration c. 10 minutes. Published by Swirly Music (SY.ARN-004).
Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Classical, 21st Century. 18 pages. Duration c. 16 minutes, 30 seconds. Published by Swirly Music (SY.ARN-001).
Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Classical, 21st Century. 20 pages. Duration c. 6 minutes. Published by Swirly Music (SY.ARN-003).
Cello and piano
Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Classical, 21st Century, Chamber Music. Score and part. 22 pages (score); 9 pages (part) pages. Duration c. 14 minutes. Published by Swirly Music (SY.ARN-002).
2 pianos & percussion
Composed by Andrew Rudin (1939-). Classical, 21st Century. 38 pages. Duration c. 18 minutes. Published by Swirly Music (SY.ARN-005).
Andrew Rudin (pronounced roo-DEEN) is a Texas-born composer of Swedish ancestry whose many contributions to the literature of electronic music brought him early recognition. His "Il Giuoco" was the first large-scale work for Moog Synthesizer, a US representative in the 5th Paris Bienale. His synthesized music is heard in the sound-track of the film "Fellini: Satyricon", and his "Tragoedia" was the second of Nonesuch Records’ electronic music commissions. His interest in theatrical music has resulted in ballets for the Pennsylvania Ballet, Murray Louis, Dance Theatre Workshop, Louis Falco, Jeff Duncan, London Contemporary Dance Theatre, and four collaborations with Alwin Nikolais, as well as incidental music for Tennessee Williams’ "Outcry", and numerous scores for PBS Television. In 1972, his opera "The Innocent" was produced in Philadelphia by Tito Capobianco. His orchestral and chamber music has been performed thoughout the United States, and he is the recipient of many grants and awards, among them the Pennsylvania Arts Council and residencies at the Edward MacDowell Colony. His teachers have included George Rochberg, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Ralph Shapey, Kent Kennan and Paul Pisk. He has taught on the faculties of the Juilliard School and the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts, where he is founding director of the Elctronic Music Center. He is currently on the faculty of The University of the Arts (Philadelphia). His music is published by Associated Music Publishers as well as Skåne Hill Music. The composer’s professional affiliation is BMI.
Currently, Andrew Rudin is a radio announcer for a classical music station located in Mercer County College in New Jersey. The station call letters are wwfm. Mr. Rudin is on the air on Friday and Saturday. (contributed by <CHCalabrese@aol.com>)