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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 33. Chapters: Daron Hagen, Peter McLaren, Henry Giroux, Hans-Werner Hunziker, Edwin M. Yamauchi, Percy MacKaye, Madison Jones, Rudolf Fränkel, Edgar Stillman Kelley, Kim Vicente, William Holmes McGuffey, William H. Shideler, Deborah Akers, Kyongwon Ahn, Michael Hogan, Theophilus Adam Wylie, James Reiss, Raymond H. Burke, Michael O'Brien, Mike Stahr, Walter Havighurst, James Hynes, Iris Marion Young, Catherine Wagner, Mark Winegardner, Jack T. Kirby, Cris Cheek, David M. Fahey, Samuel Galloway, Andrew Dousa Hepburn, James Lentini, Benjamin Piatt Runkle, Edward C. Hayes, Joseph W. Clokey, David Swing, Charles G. Callard, Edgar Ewing Brandon, Julie K. Underwood, Joseph M. Bachelor, Aaron Louis Treadwell, Ronald Crutcher, George Herbert Baker, Bekka Eaton, Orange Nash Stoddard, Robert White McFarland, John Witherspoon Scott, Ronald E. Shaw, Jeffrey Herbst, Gary Barrett, Jerome Conley, Lyle Kanouse. Excerpt: Daron Aric Hagen (pronounced -g n born November 4, 1961 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin), is an American composer, conductor, pianist, educator, librettist, and stage director of contemporary classical music and opera. Daron Hagen grew up in New Berlin, a suburb west of Milwaukee. His social circle consisted primarily of children his own age from the village of Elm Grove and Brookfield. Hagen was the youngest of the three sons of Gwen Hagen, a visual artist, writer and advertising executive who studied creative writing with Mari Sandoz and enjoyed a successful advertising career as Creative Director of Exclusively Yours Magazine and Earl Hagen (an attorney). Hagen began composing prolifically in 1974, when his older brother gave him a recording and score of Benjamin Britten's Billy Budd. Two years later, at the age of fifteen, he conducted the premiere of his first orchestral work, a recording and score of which came to the attention of Leonard Bernstein, who enthusiastically urged Hagen to attend Juilliard to study with David Diamond. He took composition, piano, and conducting lessons at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music while attending Brookfield Central High School. After two years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where his teachers included Catherine Comet (conducting), Les Thimmig and Homer Lambrecht (composition), followed by three years of study with Ned Rorem at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, Hagen moved to New York City in 1984 to complete his formal education as a student at Juilliard, studying first for two years with Diamond, then for a semester each with Joseph Schwantner and Bernard Rands. After graduating, Hagen summered as a Tanglewood composition fellow before briefly living abroad, first at the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France, and then at the Rockefeller Foundation's Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, Italy, where he has twice been a guest. Between 1984 and 1998 Hagen was also a frequent guest at the MacDowell Colony. When he retur

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Titre: Miami University faculty
Sous-titre: Daron Hagen, Peter McLaren, Henry Giroux, Hans-Werner Hunziker, Edwin M. Yamauchi, Percy MacKaye, Madison Jones, Rudolf Fränkel, Edgar Stillman Kelley, Kim Vicente, William Holmes McGuffey, William H. Shideler, Deborah Akers, Kyongwon Ahn
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Code EAN: 9781155711553
ISBN: 1155711556
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 36
Poids: 254g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Année: 2011