Tsouyopoulos, Georges, Greek composer; b. Athens, Oct. 11, 1930. He received his early training in Athens and Milan, then went to Zürich to study with Hindemith. In 1962 he settled in Munich. His early compositions are neo-Classical in style; later he adopted serial methods, determinedly pursuing the goal of structural indeterminacy.
Sinfonietta da camerafor 8 Instruments (1955); Serenatafor Soprano, Flute, Guitar, and Viola (1957); 2 madrigalifor Soprano and Orch. (1957); 3 frammentifor Chorus and Orch. (1958); 3 toccatas for Piano (1958,1959,1965); Music for Percussion (1959); 2 string quartets; vocal pieces.
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