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Schuller, Gunther

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Personal name headingSchuller, Gunther
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Variant(s)Shuller, G.
Schueller, H.
Schuller, G. (Gunther)
LocatedNewton Center (Newton, Mass.)
Birth date1925-11-22
Death date2015-06-21
Place of birthQueens (New York, N.Y.)
Place of deathBoston (Mass.)
Field of activityThird stream (Music)
Profession or occupationComposers Conductors (Music) Music teachers Authors Music publishers Sound recording executives and producers
Found inSchönberg, A. [Suite, piano, 3 clarinets & strings, op. 29] 1954.
Schuller, G. Horn technique, 1962: t.p. (Gunther Schuller)
New Grove dict. of Amer. mus. (Schuller, Gunther (Alexander); b. Nov. 22, 1925, New York; composer, conductor, and teacher)
Pierné, P. Zhivopisnai︠a︡ si︠u︡ita, 196-?: label (G. Shuller) container (H. Schueller [in rom.])
Wilder, A. Suite no. 1 for unaccompanied trumpet (1977), c1981: caption (G. Schuller)
Info. converted from 678, 2012-10-02 (b. 1925)
Grove music online, July 18, 2013 (Schuller, Gunther (Alexander); b. Nov. 22, 1925, New York; American composer, conductor, educator, writer, publisher and record producer)
New York times (online), viewed June 22, 2015 (in obituary published June 21: Gunther Schuller; b. Gunther Alexander Schuller, Nov. 22, 1925, Queens; d. Sunday [June 21, 2015], Boston, aged 89; lived in Newton Centre, Mass.; composer, conductor, author, and teacher who coined the term Third Stream to describe music that drew on the forms and resources of both classical and jazz, and who was its most important composer)
Associated languageeng