Kamran Ince
1960 -
United States of America, MT | Turkey
Kamran Ince (06/05/1960), an American/Turkish composer. He was born in Glendive (Montana), in to American and Turkish parents. He holds a doctorate from Eastman School of Music and is Professor of Composition at the University of Memphis and co-director of MIAM (Center for Advanced Research in Music) at the Istanbul Technical University. His numerous prizes include the Prix de Rome, the Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Lili Boulanger Prize. His Waves of Talya (on the Northeastern disc) was named one of the best chamber works of the 20th Century by a living American (Turkish) composer in the June 2000 issue of Chamber Music Magazine. His music is published by Schott Music International.
Requiem without words
Period:21st century
Composed in:2004
Musical form:free
Label(s):Naxos 8.572553
Requiem without words (2004) is for 15 players and singers (including Turkish instruments). Commissioned by Istanbul International Festival. Premiered by Istanbul Modern Music Ensemble, conducted by Kamran Ince Istanbul, Turkey, June 2005. Scored for: fl cl tensax tpt tbn perc lute/tambour kemence fm voice m voice fm ethnic voice, pno/synth vn va vc ebs. Duration: 19'.

♫ Requiem without words
Naxos 8.572553