Author: Justin Merritt
Composer Justin Merritt (bn. 1975) was the youngest-ever winner of the ASCAP Foundation/Rudolph Nissim Award. He is also the winner of a host of other awards including the McKnight Fellowship, the Copland Award, the Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute Prize, and the Polyphonos Prize. He received his Bachelors from Trinity University and his Masters and Doctorate from Indiana University. He studied composition with Samuel Adler, Sven-David Sandstrom, Claude Baker, Timothy Kramer, Don Freund, and electronic and computer music with Jeffrey Hass. He is currently Professor of Composition at St. Olaf College. He resides in Northfield, Minnesota with his wife Faye and their children Cullen Fang Ouxiang and Molly Fang Qinghe.
On the Consolations of The Bourgeois Life
Kittens at PlayYou take me where,The river spills in the Inland Sea,Where ōmi and I ,Saw the fireflies ,That would not let us be. They are not so pleasant to hear ,As the sound of […]
performance by the Madison Choral Project buy now from new music shelf There was an heir of the Buddha,A monk in Bhesakaḷā forest,Who suffused the entire earthWith the perception of “bones”.I think he will quickly […]
for satb choir a cappella