Nemiroff, Isaac, American composer and teacher; b. Cincinnati, Feb. 16, 1912; d. N.Y., March 5, 1977. He studied at the Cincinnati Cons., and with Stefan Wolpe at the N.Y. Coll. of Music, then taught at various music schools in N.Y. and Brooklyn.
DUO for Violin and Cello (1939); Concerto for Oboe and String Orch. (1955); Concertino for Flute, Violin, and String Orch. (1958); Lorca, solo cantata for Voice, Flute, and Strings (1963); Woodwind Quintet (1968); Quintet for Flute, Clarinet, Cello, Voice, and Piano (1969); Atomyriades for Oboe (1972); Duo for Oboe and Bass Clarinet (1973); 2 string quartets; 2 violin sonatas; Saxophone Sonata.
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