John Duesenberry

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John Duesenberry is an American electroacoustic and electronic composer from Brookline, Massachusetts. He is one of the founders of Boston School of Electronic Music (BSEM) in the 1970s, which became the first independent school of electronic music in the United States. Duesenberry studied composition at Boston University with Joyce Mekeel, Allan Schindler, and John Goodman. He earned his master's degree in music after studying with Robert Stern of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

After working as a director at BSEM, Duesenberry left to study computer music at MIT. Currently, he works as a software engineer and composes music in his personal studio. Duesenberry's music has been widely performed in USA, Europe and Australia. He has been an Artists Foundation Fellow and a resident at the Millay Colony for the Arts. Duesenberry published many articles in Computer Music Journal and Electronic Musician.
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Number 60 John Duesenberry - 4 Movements For Tape And Prepared Piano; Moduletude; Phrase; 3 Variations, 2 Interludes album art John Duesenberry 4 Movements For Tape And Prepared Piano; Moduletude; Phrase; 3 Variations, 2 Interludes(LP) Opus One Number 60 US 1982 Sell This Version