Guézec, Jean-Pierre

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Guézec, Jean-Pierre

Guézec, Jean-Pierre, French composer; b. Dijon, Aug. 29, 1934; d. Paris, March 9, 1971. He enrolled at the Paris Cons., where he attended classes of Messiaen, Milhaud, and Rivier. He received the premier prix in 1963. In 1969 he joined the faculty of the Paris Cons.


Concerto for Violin and 14 Instruments (1960); Concert en trois parties for 11 Instruments (1961); Suite pour Mondrian for Orch. (1962); Architectures colorées for 15 Instruments (1964); Ensemble multicolore 65 for 18 Instruments (1965); Formes for Orch. (1966); Textures enchainées for 13 Wind Instruments (1967); Assemblages for 28 Instruments (1967); String Trio (1968); Reliefs polychromés for Chorus (1969); Couleurs juxtaposees for 2 Percussion Groups (1969); Onze pour cinq for Percussionists (1970).

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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