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Jennifer Higdon, Composer
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Pulitzer-Prize winner Jennifer Higdon (b. Brooklyn, NY, December 31, 1962) started late in music, teaching herself to play flute at the age of 15 and then beginning formal musical studies at 18, with an even later start in composition at the age of 21. Higdon makes her living from commissions and her music is known for its technical skill and audience appeal. Hailed by the Washington Post as "a savvy, sensitive composer with a keen ear, an innate sense of form and a generous dash of pure espr...
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Higdon: Our Beautiful Country
Composer: Jennifer Higdon
Ensemble: Chanticleer
Our Beautiful Country (4:32) N/A
Higdon: O magnum mysterium
Composer: Jennifer Higdon
Conductor: Robert Bode
O magnum mysterium (7:20) N/A
Higdon: Dash
Composer: Jennifer Higdon
Recording Date: Mon 29 Feb 2016
Dash (4:19) N/A
Higdon: City Scape
Composer: Jennifer Higdon
Conductor: Radu Paponiu
Ensemble: NEC Symphony
Peachtree Street (6:43) N/A
Higdon: Blue Cathedral
Composer: Jennifer Higdon
Recording Date: Sat 30 Jan 2016
Blue Cathedral (2:56) N/A
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