Conlon Nancarrow

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Conlon Nancarrow was an iconoclastic American composer who wrote in an utterly new way using new instrumental resources.
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Compositions

Year Title
1955 (untitled) tape piece Electronic/Computer Music
1935 Blues, for piano Keyboard
1989 Canons (3) for Ursula, for piano Keyboard Canon
1993 Contraption No.1, for computer-driven prepared piano Keyboard
1990 Para Yoko (For Yoko), for pianola Keyboard
1945 Piece (Suite) for Large Orchestra Orchestral Suite
1943 Piece No.1 for Small Orchestra Orchestral
1985 Piece No.2 for Small Orchestra Orchestral
1935 Prelude, for piano Keyboard Prelude
1930 Sarabande and Scherzo, for oboe, bassoon & piano Chamber Music Sarabande
1940 Septet Chamber Music Septet
1941 Sonatina for piano Keyboard Sonatina
1945 String Quartet No.1 Chamber Music Quartet
1987 String Quartet No.3 Chamber Music Quartet
Studies for Player Piano Keyboard Etude
1969 Study for 2 player pianos, No.40 "Trancendental", canon e/pi Keyboard Etude
1951 Study for Player Piano No.1, an arch-form study Keyboard
1950 Study for Player Piano No.2a, a blues study Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 2B Keyboard
1950 Study for Player Piano No.2b (arr. of last mvt. of Piece No.1 for Small Orchestra) Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 2c Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 2d Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.3 "Boogie Woogie Suite", in 5 movements Keyboard Piece
Study for Player Piano No. 3a Keyboard Etude
Study for Player Piano No. 3b Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 3B Keyboard
1949 Study for Player Piano No. 3c Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 3C Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 3d Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 3D Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 3e Keyboard
Study for Player Piano No. 4 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.4, canon in pitch, not rhythm, on a 53-note row Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.5 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.6 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.7 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.8, an acceleration study Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.9 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.10 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.11, an isorhythmic blues study Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.12 "Spanish" Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.13 (no score extant, only piano roll) Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.14, canon 4/5 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.15, canon 3/4 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.16, double canon Keyboard Canon
1948 Study for Player Piano No.17, canon 12/15/20 Keyboard Canon
1948 Study for Player Piano No.18, canon 3/4 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.19, canon 12/15/20 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.20 "Cloud" Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.21 "Canon X" Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.22, canon 1%/1.5%/2.25% Keyboard Canon
1948 Study for Player Piano No.23, acceleration study Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.24, canon 14/15/16 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.25 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.26, canon 1/1 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.27, canon 5%/6%/8%/11% Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.28 Keyboard
1948 Study for Player Piano No.29 Keyboard Etude
1948 Study for Player Piano No.30, for prepared player piano Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.31, canon 21/24/25 Keyboard Canon
1965 Study for Player Piano No.32, canon 5/6/7/8 Keyboard Canon
1965 Study for Player Piano No.33, canon 2/square root of 2 Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.34, canon 9/10/11; 4/5/6 (also arranged as a string trio) Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.35 Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.36, canon 17/18/19/20 Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.37, 12-voice canon Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.42 Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.43, canon 24/25 in 2 voices (formerly No.38) Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.44, aleatory canon Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.45 "Second Boogie-Woogie Suite" in 3 movements Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.46 Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.47 Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.48, canon 60/61 (formerly No.39) Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.49, 3 canons in 4/5/6 relation Keyboard
1965 Study for Player Piano No.50 (arr. of the 2nd mvt. of the Piece No.2 for Small Orchestra) Keyboard Etude
1965 Study for Player Piano No.51 (No.3750), pseudo-canon in 12/16/20 Keyboard
1969 Study for two player pianos, No.41, canonic study in irrational tempi Keyboard Etude
1983 Tango?, for piano Keyboard Tango
1993 Three Movements, for chamber orchestra Orchestral Suite
1935 Toccata for violin & player piano Chamber Music Toccata
1987 Trilogy for Player Piano Keyboard Open Form
1942 Trio No.1, for clarinet, bassoon & piano Chamber Music
194? Two-part Studies (3) for piano Keyboard Etude
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)