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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Blessinger, Martin 

 
 

 

Biography

Martin Blessinger is an Associate Professor of Music at Texas Christian University. He holds a D.M. in music composition from the Florida State University, where he was a University Research Fellow, studying with Ladislav Kubik and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. He received undergraduate and master's degrees from SUNY at Stony Brook, studying with Sheila Silver and Perry Goldstein. Prior to arriving TCU, he worked as a Lecturer in Music Theory at Ithaca College.

His works have been performed around the country and abroad by numerous professional and collegiate ensembles. Further, he has won awards from the Diana Barnhart American Song Competition (for Cradle Song), the Eppes String Quartet Competition (for Postcard from the Americas), the Illinois Wesleyan University Young Composers Competition (for Fanfare for Brass Quintet), the NACUSA Young Composers Competition (for Duo for Saxophone and Piano), and ASCAP. His music is published by Reed Music and C. Alan Publications.

 
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