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

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Tarbuk, Mladen - M - Croatia 

 
 

 

Biography

Mladen Tarbuk is one of the most versatile composers and conductors in his generation.
He wrote about 90 compositions, compassing from chamber music to the large symphonic forms. His most successful works are Sinfonia, ballet The Streetcar Named Desire, Concerto for saxophone quartet and wind band, and Sebastian in Dream for 10 string players. Many of his compositions were performed on prestigious festivals, such as Enescu Festival Bucharest, Temps du Soufle and Musicora Paris, Euromusicale München, Trieste Prima, Moscow Autumn, Gaudeamus Festival Amsterdam, Wien Modern and Music Biennale Zagreb.
He was awarded with Austrian Prize Dr. E. Vogel, Basque’s Prize Tolosa 93, Czech’s Prize Janaček, as well as Croatian prizes Šulek, Slavenski (four times), Trnina and Papandopulo (two times).
He was general director of Croatian National Theatre Zagreb and Summer Festival Dubrovnik. Now he is professor of composition and conducting at Zagreb Music Academy and vice-president of Croatian Composers Society.

 

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