Avant-garde composer and conductor born Louis T. Hardin on May 26, 1916. He lost his sight in his teens when a dynamite cap exploded and studied music at the Iowa School for the Blind. In 1943 he moved to New York City where he developed his unique combination of classical and jazz music. He died on September 8, 1999 in Germany.
Includes a biography, discography and related links.
A list of links from "Psyche van het Folk" on Radio Centraal in Antwerp.
Official Website. Includes a biography, discography, list of compositions, articles, poetry, pictures, and related links. [English and German]
An interview by Jason Gross about his music, inspirations, and roots.
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