Three Generations of Teaching Music Composition



George Perle and Paul Lansky

Part One: George Perle and Paul Lansky
February 19, 2002
Upper West Side, New York, NY

  1. A Lifelong Relationship
  2. Direct vs. Indirect Advice
  3. Collaboration and Independence
  4. 12-Tone Tonality
  5. Self-Criticism

Part Two: Paul Lansky and Virgil Moorefield
April 5, 2002
Princeton University Music Department, Princeton, NJ



Paul Lansky and Virgil Moorefield

  1. Who Teaches Who?
  2. The Studio as the Orchestra
  3. Different Listening Modalities
  4. Confronting Compositional Demons
  5. The Student-Teacher Relationship
  6. From Being in the Class to Being Part of the Syllabus


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Conversations Filmed and Transcribed by Amanda MacBlane and Molly Sheridan

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