Milton Babbitt

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Known primarily for his pioneering work with synthesized sound and serialism, Babbitt is a major figurehead of 20th century American music.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Philomel for soprano & tape 1964 Vocal Music
Ensembles for Synthesizer 1964 Electronic/Computer Music
It Takes Twelve to Tango for piano 1984 Keyboard
Piano Concerto No. 1 1985 Concerto
Cavalier Settings (4) for voice & guitar 1991 Vocal Music
Partitions, for piano 1957 Keyboard
Beaten Paths, for marimba 1988 Chamber Music
None but the Lonely Flute, for flute 1991 Chamber Music
Correspondences for string orchestra & synthesized tape 1967 Orchestral
Playing for Time, for piano 1983 Keyboard
Homily, for snare drum 1987 Chamber Music
Reflections, for piano & synthesized tape 1975 Keyboard
The Widow's Lament in Springtime, for voice & piano 1950 Vocal Music
All Set, for jazz ensemble 1957 Chamber Music
Phonemena for soprano & tape Vocal Music
Soli e Duettini for flute & guitar 1989 Chamber Music
Melismata, for violin 1982 Chamber Music
Concerto Piccolino, for vibraphone 1999 Concerto
Swan Song No. 1, for flute, oboe, mandolin, guitar, violin & cello 2003 Chamber Music
Composition for guitar 1984 Chamber Music
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