Earle Brown

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Brown was a key member of the "New York School" and introduced the graphic score into Western composition with December 1952, for piano (1952).
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Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Folio, for piano & electronics 1952 16:55 Keyboard Electronic/Computer Music
Octet No. 1, for 8 tapes 1953 03:29 Electronic/Computer Music
Music for Violin, Cello & Piano 1952 05:17 Chamber Music
Event-Synergy II for 2 ensembles 1967 11:12 Orchestral
Windsor Jambs for voice, flute, bass clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano/celeste & percussion 1980 22:30 Vocal Music
Four Systems 1954 06:09 Keyboard Avant-Garde Music
Event: Synergy II, Version 2 1967 07:57 Orchestral
Music for Cello & Piano 1954 09:02 Chamber Music
Corroboree for 3 or 2 pianos 12:12 Keyboard
Forgotten Piece 1954 06:46 Keyboard
Tracking Pierrot for flute, clarinet/bass clarinet, violin, cello, piano, vibraphone & marimba 1992 17:39 Chamber Music
25 Pages for any number of pianists up to 25 1953 17:07 Keyboard
Nine Rare Bits, for 2 harpsichords 1965 05:06 Keyboard
Hodograph 1, Version 2 1959 02:50 Orchestral
Times Five, for flute, trombone, harp, violin, cello & tape 1963 15:07 Chamber Music
Perspectives 1952 03:28 Keyboard
String Quartet 1965 11:49 Chamber Music
Summer Suite '95 24:21 Keyboard
Hodograph 1, Version 1 1959 03:27 Orchestral
Novara, for piano & ensemble 1962 13:08 Chamber Music
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