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Sheet music for Justin Taylor
By Justin Taylor. By Francois Couperin (1668-1733), Antoine Forqueray, Jean-Baptiste Forqueray, and Jacques Du Phly. Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. Listening CD (1 disc). Published by Alpha (NX.ALPHA247).
Piano/Keyboard - 4
Level 4. Arranged by Jon Ophoff and Randall Faber. Faber Piano Adventures. Pop. Softcover. 40 pages. Faber Piano Adventures #FF3037. Published by Faber Piano Adventures (HL.275424).
Piano - Easy Piano
40 Chart-Topping Pop Songs (Easy Piano). Arranged by Dan Coates. This edition: Easy Piano. Piano - Easy Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Megahits. Pop. Book. 192 pages. Alfred Music #00-47301. Published by Alfred Music (AP.47301).
Piano - Big Note
40 Chart-Topping Pop Songs (Big Note Piano). Arranged by Dan Coates, Carol Matz, and Albert Mendoza. This edition: Big Note Piano. Piano Collection; Piano Supplemental. Megahits. Pop. Book. 184 pages. Alfred Music #00-47300. Published by Alfred Music (AP.47300).
String Quartet - Digital Download
By Justin Hurwitz. Arranged by Michelle Taylor-Cohen. Set of Parts. 10 pages. Published by Michelle Taylor-Cohen (H0.397577-SC001320655).
By Various. Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook. Pop. Softcover. 274 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.283644).
- Exercise in Counterpoint (for strings and harpsichord), op. 12 2009
- Violin Concerto in G major, op. 11 2009
- Symphony in G minor, op. 13 2009
- Two sets of lieder op. 14, and 15 for piano and voice 2009
- Four Pieces for Piano, op. 10 2009
- A King in Vienna (tone poem for orchestra), op. 2 2008/2009
- Suite for 5 Woodwinds and Percussion, op. 5 2009
- Self Portrait in spring, op. 7 2009
- String Quartet in G Major, op. 4 2009
- Various preludes for piano 2007–2009
- Piano Sonata in F minor, op. 9 2009
Born in Brandon, Manitoba, he studied piano and music theory in Mississauga, Ontario with great Canadian jazz pianist, Alf Coward. He also studied trumpet and music theory at St. Ignatius of Loyola secondary school with both Mark Kling and Kevin Harkin. Justin appeared throughout high school with the Loyola Concert Band (on trumpet) and Jazz Band (on guitar). Apart from this he is largely self taught and proficient on trumpet, piano, guitar and various drums and percussion instruments. He resides in the greater Toronto area.
Justin is always writing and often works on several pieces at once. Composition and music has always been a mainstay in his life. Ever since composing his first piano piece at the age of 10, Justin has written in almost every genre imaginable. He explains: “People always think because you’re a classical composer that all you do is sit around and listen to Mozart all day. Nothing could be further from the truth. I do enjoy Mozart, don’t get me wrong, but I do like some variety. I’m very much a fan of the blues, jazz has always been a love, and I do like quite a bit of 60’s and 70’s rock”. Some might even say music is an obsession for him.