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John F. Kaefer
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Sheet music for John F. Kaefer
— listening CD —
By Karlsruher Barockorchester and Kares. By Kaefer, Johann Melchior Molter (1696-1765), and Bodinus. Listening CD. Christophorus #CHR 77391. Published by Christophorus (NX.CHR-77391).
John Rutter: Visions & Requiem — The Cambridge Singers; Aurora Orchestra; Kerson Leong; The Temple Church Boys' Choir; Alice Halstead; John Rutter; John Rutter
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By The Cambridge Singers; Aurora Orchestra; Kerson Leong; The Temple Church Boys' Choir; Alice Halstead; John Rutter; John Rutter. By John Rutter (1945-). Country of Origin: United Kingdom. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Collegium Records (NX.COLCD139).
Piano Solo — Score — Romantic Period,Patriotic
Composed by John Pitts, John Pitts. Romantic Period, Patriotic. Score. 4 pages. Published by Intensely Pleasant Music (S0.519409).
Bent Sorensen: Mignon — Katrine Gislinge; John Storgards; John Storgards; Lapland Chamber Orchestra; John Storgards
— listening CD — Classical
By Katrine Gislinge; John Storgards; John Storgards; Lapland Chamber Orchestra; John Storgards. By Bent Sorensen. Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Dacapo (NX.8226134).
SAB choir — choral score — Romantic
Composed by John Hilton, John Mundy, John Ward, Thomas Campian, Thurston Dart, William Holborne, William Byrd (1540-1623), Thomas Morley (1557-1602), Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656), Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623), Thomas Bateson, John Wilbye (1574-1638), Henry Youll, and Thomas Ford. Arranged by Thurston Dart. Madrigals. Romantic. Choral score. Galaxy Music Corporation #1.5106. Published by Galaxy Music Corporation (EC.1.5106).
SATB choir — choral score — Romantic
Composed by John Ward, Thurston Dart, Thomas Morley (1557-1602), John Dowland (1563-1626), Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656), Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623), Giles Farnaby (1563-1640), Thomas Bateson, Richard Dering, Peter Philips (1560-1628), John Wilbye (1574-1638), and John Bennet. Arranged by Thurston Dart. Madrigals. Romantic. Choral score. 60 pages. Galaxy Music Corporation #1.5103. Published by Galaxy Music Corporation (EC.1.5103).
— CD — Classical
By Aaron Cain, David Krueger, David Stutz, John Michael Boyer, John S. Boyer, Lukas Breen, Nicholas Fine, Proto, and Rev. John Rassem El Massih. By Ioannis Arvanitis, Ioannis Vyzantios, John Michael Boyer, Mitri El Murr, Monk Chrysostom Agiographos, Petros Peloponnesios, Rev. John Rassem El Massih, Stephanos Lambadarios, and V. Rev. Romanos Joubran. Classical. CD. Naxos #CR417-2CD. Published by Naxos (NX.CR417-2CD).
Piano — Book Only — Classical
Composed by John Thompson. Arranged by John Thompson. John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course. Classical. Book Only. Willis Music #MUSWMR000638. Published by Willis Music (BT.MUSWMR000638).
Short Ride in a Fast Machine from "Two Fanfares For Orchestra" (John Adams) - Brass Band — John Adams, John C Adams
Trumpet,Trombone,Tuba,Euphonium,Brass Choir or Ensemble,Timpani,Xylophone — Score,Set of Parts —
By John Adams, John C Adams. Arranged by Rob Bushnell. Score, Set of Parts. 122 pages. Published by RBMusic (H0.567035-SC003687075).
— Easy Piano — Classical,Film/TV
Composed by John Powell, John Powell & John Williams, and John Williams. This edition: Interactive Download. Classical, Film/TV. Easy Piano. 4 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.418040).
- Concert Music: orchestra, chamber, vocal, solo piano.
- Film/television music.
American composer John Kaefer (born 1976; Ridgewood, NJ) has written a wide variety of works, ranging from solo instrumental to chorus and orchestra to music for film and television. Seamlessly incorporating a myriad of styles and genres, from the Renaissance masses of Josquin Des Prez to the electronica of Moby and Brian Eno, his music resonates with audiences and critics alike. The San Francisco Classical Voice praised John’s compositions as "continuously fascinating". The New Jersey Star Ledger stated that his music is "filled with craft without becoming academic, and at all times richly emotional." His recent orchestral composition Mosaic has been described by The New York Times as "vividly scored", by the Los Angeles Times as "steely and hard-edged", and by the Orange County Register as a "strong and entertaining" work which uses "the orchestral resources with dazzling vitality".
John’s works have been performed throughout the world, including major premieres at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York and La Schola Cantorum in Paris. He recently received commissions and/or performances by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, the New York Youth Symphony, the Chamber Music Society of New Jersey, Les Amis Musicalles, the Haddonfield Symphony, the Chamber Symphony of New Jersey, the Summit Chorale, the Philharmonia Orchestra of Yale, the Manhattan School of Music Philharmonic Orchestra, the Eastman Percussion Ensemble, Studio Percussion Graz, and the Juilliard Orchestra, among numerous others. Recently he received the Barlow Prize 2003 [Honorable Mention] from the Barlow Endowment for Music and a Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as well as awards and honors from BMI, ASCAP, the American Music Center, the International Horn Society, the Renee B. Fisher Foundation, the Bergen Foundation, and the International Clarinet Association, among many others. He also has received residency fellowships from the artist colony Yaddo and the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival.
John studied at the Eastman School of Music and the Yale School of Music, where he earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees. Currently, he is a C.V. Starr Doctoral Fellow at the Juilliard School. He is also a composer for DreamArtists Studios, a film and television music production house based in New York City.