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Dale Roger Jergenson
1935 -
United States of America, MN
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D.R. Jergenson
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Dale (Roger) Jergenson (28/09/1935), an American composer. He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and after service in the U.S. Navy, attended San Diego State College, where he received both the B.A. and M.A. in music. He holds a California Community College Instructor Credential, has 5 years post-graduate study in composition at UCLA, has won many awards for both music composition and film production, including the National AGEHR composition contest winner A Flight of Angels in 1990. Received a NEA grant for Walking Slow, a work for chorus and orchestra. He currently serves as composer-in-residence for Cantori Domino and at St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church in Encino, California, and is active in writing scores for television, commericials, documentaries and feature films. His publishing company, Laurendale Associates, publishes a wide range of music including Handbells, Chorus, Keyboard and Orchestra. His performance activities include singing and conducting for major choral and orchestral ensembles in live performance and recording.
Author:J. Kearns
Requiem for a City
Period:Modernism
Musical form:free
Label(s):Grenadilla Records GS 1013
Requiem for six choirs & pre-recorded tape.
Author:J. Kearns