Item MS-5-2, Box 7, Folder 7 - The willows are new (after Wang Wei's Yang Kuan) : piano solo

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The willows are new (after Wang Wei's Yang Kuan) : piano solo

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Chou Wen-Chung

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MS-5-2, Box 7, Folder 7

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  • 1960 (Distribution)
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    New York (N.Y.)
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    Sent to Ellen Ballon by the music publishers, C.F. Peters Corporation
  • 1957 (Creation)
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    Chou Wen-Chung
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    New York (N.Y.)

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1 part (5 p.) ; 37 x 29 cm

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(1923-)

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Chou Wen-Chung was born in Yantai, China in 1923 and immigrated to the United States in 1946. In 1949, he was introduced to Edgard Varèse and became his student and assistant during the last years of Varèse's life. Chou completed his graduate work in composition at Columbia University under Otto Luening (1952-1954) and later taught at the university (1964-1991), becoming the head of the composition program in 1969. He established the Fritz Reiner Center for Contemporary Music at Columbia in 1984 and converted Columbia's Electronic Music Center to the Computer Music Center. He also established ties between Columbia University and East and Southeast Asia with the United States-China Arts Exchange, which enabled various programs, including the Pacific Music Festival and the Pacific Composers Conference in Sapporo, Japan.

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Item is a photostat copy of Chou Wen-Chung's composition, based on "Yang Kuan," a composition for ch'in attributed to Wang Wei (689-759). The work for solo piano was sent to Ellen Ballon by the New York publishers, C.F. Peters, with an accompanying letter that indicated that the composition was undergoing publication.

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  • Box: MS-5-2, Box 7