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Gunther Schuller, Pulitzer-Prize Winner and Third Stream Innovator, Dies at 89

Gunther Schuller, Pulitzer Prize Winner and Third Stream Innovator, Dies at 89 >>

Gunther Schuller, a Pulitzer-prize winning composer and leading proponent of the Third Stream movement that synergized jazz and classical, died Sunday in Boston. He was 89 years old.

In Memoriam: Eric Dolphy is Remembered in a Two-Day 'Freedom of Sound' Festival Featuring Eric Dolphy and Others

Two-Day 'Eric Dolphy: Freedom of Sound Festival' Happening at Montclair State University in New Jersey >>

To celebrate the life and accomplishments of jazz visionary Eric Dolphy, Seed Artists presents Eric Dolphy: Freedom of Sound, a major two-day festival at Montclair State University.

Gunther Schuller Talks Charles Mingus' 'Epitaph' at Make Music New York's New Lecture Series >>

The mystifying precision it takes to master a craft is one often sought through various means. Experience warrants success, but it's not easily or swiftly obtained. And every now and then one needs a guide for the journey. Lucky for you, then, Make Music New York and Gunther Schuller have you covered.


International Jazz Day: SLEEVEFACE! >>

Here, then, is Scott Joplin's 'The Red Back Book'--as played by Gunther Schuller and the New England Conservatory of Music.

Jazz Appreciation Month: Gunther Schuller, 'Transformation' >>

April is Jazz Appreciation Month! So, to celebrate America's one true music, Classicalite will be featuring articles on those artists and individuals who have made jazz what she is today. The crescendo will continue on through April 30--International Jazz Day.

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