American composer Robert Erickson (1917-1997) was among the first of his compatriots to embrace twelve-tone composition. Following modernist ideas throughout his career, he later evolved into a minimalist. He composed in almost every genre except opera. He co-founded the music department at the University of California, San Diego.
Picture, biography, and lists of archived compositions and audio files from the Smith Archives at the University of Akron, Bierce Library.
Profile with photograph from Sequenza21 contemporary classical weekly.
Wikipedia article with life, annotated works list, source material, internal references to related people and topics, and external links.
CD review by Classics Today.com includes comments on his "ever-shifting aesthetic" with largely positive feedback for the works included on the recording.
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