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Neil Burton Rolnick
1947 -
United States of America, TX
N.B. Rolnick
Neil Burton (Neil) Rolnick (22/10/1947), an American composer, performer and educator, born in Dallas, Texas. He studied musical composition with Darius Milhaud at the Aspen Music School, with John Adams and Andrew Imbrie at the San Francisco Conservatory, and with Richard Felciano and Olly Wilson at UC Berkeley, where he earned a PhD in musical composition in 1980. He studied computer music at Stanford with John Chowning and James A. Moorer, and worked as a researcher at IRCAM in Paris, France, from 1977 to 1979. He currently is Professor of Music in the Arts Department and iEAR Studios at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, NY. At Rensselaer he led the development of unique undergraduate and graduate programs in Electronic Arts which focus on a truly integrated approach to time-based art and performance with the electronic media.
Requiem songs - for the victims of nationalism
Composed in:1993
Musical form:songs
Text/libretto:Ed Sanders, Neil B. Rolnick and from traditional folk songs
In memory of:the victims of nationalism
Label(s):Albany Music Dist. 188
Requiem songs - for the victims of nationalism is a set of 10 songs with percussion, violin & sampler:
1. Invocation
2. Bosnia's mountains
3. The wedding party
4. Deep is the sea
5. The bee
6. So still
7. Ethnic cleansing
8. Home is a ghost
9. The cellist
10. Final prayer
Lyrics by Ed Sanders, Neil B. Rolnick and from traditional folk songs.