Meyer Kupferman

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Meyer Kupferman was a versatile and eclectic composer who incorporated diverse elements in his works, from aleatoric music and jazz to Impressionism, from serial music and atonality to Romanticism. He…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Moonflowers, Baby, for solo clarinet 1986 Chamber Music
Distances, for piano 1988 Keyboard
Jazz Symphony Symphony
A Soul for the Moon, for mezzo-soprano & 2 pianos in echo 1990 Vocal Music
Challenger Miscellaneous (Classical)
Concerto for 2 clarinets & orchestra ("Double Concerto") 1991 Choral
Icon Symphony 2000 Symphony
Tinker Hill, for alto saxophone obbligato & orchestra 1999 Concerto
A Faust Concerto, for horn & orchestra 1997 Concerto
Proscenium (. . . on the Demise of Gertrude), chamber opera Opera
Wings of the Highest Tower for orchestra Orchestral
Twilight Symphony in one movement "For my Father" 1974 Symphony
Among the Windy Places, for violin, viola & bassoon 1994 Chamber Music
Tunnels of Love (Jazz Concerto) for clarinet, bass & drums Concerto
Sonata Guernica, for violin & piano Chamber Music
Chamber Concerto in one movement, for flute & piano quintet 1955 Chamber Music
Concerto for Cello and Jazz Band Concerto
Partita for piano 1948 Keyboard
Violin Concerto: The Voyager 2001 Concerto
Invisible Borders, for orchestra 2003 Orchestral
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