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Yehudi Wyner

Born: 1929

Nationality: Canadian

Publisher: G. Schirmer

Photo © Michael Lovett

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Yehudi Wyner has created a diverse body of over 60 works for orchestra, chamber ensemble, solo performers, theater music, and liturgical services. In addition to composing and teaching, his active and eclectic musical career includes work as a performer, director of two opera companies, and conductor of numerous ensembles in a wide range of repertory. "A comprehensive musician, Mr. Wyner is an elegant pianist, a fine conductor, a prolific composer, and a revered teacher. His works show a deep understanding of what sounds good and is technically efficient." (Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, 2009). His wife, Susan Davenny Wyner, has been an enormous source of inspiration; a number of Wyner’s most strikingly beautiful compositions were created specifically for her. Among them are Intermedio (1976), a lyric ballet for soprano and string orchestra; Fragments from Antiquity (1978–81), for soprano and orchestra; and On This Most Voluptuous Night (1982), for soprano and chamber ensemble.
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