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Gibson, Jon

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Personal name headingGibson, Jon
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Variant(s)Gibson, Jon Charles, 1940-2020
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date1940-03-11
Death date2020-10-14
Place of birthLos Angeles (Calif.)
Place of deathSpringfield (Mass.)
Field of activityMusic
Profession or occupationComposers Woodwind instrument players Graphic artists
Found inGlass, P. Music in 12 parts. Parts 1 & 2 [SR] p1974: container (Jon Gibson, soprano saxophone, flute)
Grove music online, Mar. 7, 2005 (Gibson, Jon (Charles); b. Mar. 11, 1940, Los Angeles, CA; American composer, woodwind instrumentalist, and graphic artist)
Washington post WWW site, viewed Oct. 15, 2020 (in obituary dated Oct. 14, 2020: Jon Gibson, a composer, multi-instrumentalist, visual artist and collaborative musician who had a profound effect on the creation and dissemination of what would come to be known as "minimalist" music, died Oct. 12 in Springfield, Mass. He was 80. In a career spanning almost six decades, Mr. Gibson wrote music for solo instruments, electronics, dance, music theater and opera. Jon Charles Gibson was born in Los Angeles on March 11, 1940)