John Corigliano


John Corigliano (b. 1938) is both a Pulitzer Prize winner for his Symphony No. 2 as well as an Academy Award winner for his score to The Red Violin. Another of his most famous works is his Symphony No. 1, a stunningly tragic work influenced by the AIDS crisis. Corigliano also wrote music for the films Altered States and Revolution. As a whole, Corigliano is one of the most influential recent composers and composition teachers in the country.  For brass instruments alone, Corigliano has written the following:

 Antiphon – for 8 or 10 brass

 Fanfares to Music – for on- and off-stage brass

 Two Works for Antiphonal Brass – for brass ensemble

 Utah Fanfare – for brass and percussion

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