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Rochberg, George

LC control no.n 81005113
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LC classificationML410.R6255 Biography
Personal name headingRochberg, George
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Variant(s)Rochberg, A. George (Aaron George)
Rochberg, Aaron George
See alsoFor works of this composer written in collaboration with Anthony Candelori and Walter Eckard, search also under: Anthony, George Walter. For works of this composer as a compiler of Theodore Presser, PA, search also under: Castleton, Gregory
Castleton, Gregory
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Anthony, George Walter
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Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1918-07-05
Death date2005-05-29
Place of birthPaterson (N.J.)
Place of deathBryn Mawr (Pa.)
Field of activityArt music
Composition (Music)
AffiliationUniversity of Pennsylvania
Profession or occupationComposers Music teachers University and college faculty members
Composition teachers (Music) College teachers
Found inHis The hexachord and its relation to the 12-tone row, 1955.
His I can't forget, 1933?: caption (A. George Rochberg)
His 261st Infantry song, 1943: caption (Aaron G. Rochberg)
His Song of the dough boy, 1944 Apr. 11: caption (Aaron George Rochberg)
Baker's biographical dictionary of twentieth-century classical musicians, c1997 (Rochberg, George; b. July 5, 1918, Paterson, N.J.; American composer and teacher)
Wikipedia, January 22, 2019 (George Rochberg (July 5, 1918 - May 29, 2005) was an American composer of contemporary classical music; born in Paterson, New Jersey; served as chairman of the music department at the University of Pennsylvania until 1968 and continued to teach there until 1983; died in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania)