Kraehenbuehl, David Composers Composition Music
(1923- 1997), Urbana, Illinois. A student of Paul Hindemith at Yale, he spent his life composing and teaching. He taught at Colorado College and then at Yale where he assumed Hindemith's teaching duties. He was a founding editor of the "Journal of Music Theory" and he was a founder the New School for Music Study in Princeton, where he trained piano teachers and composed music for beginning and intermediate piano students.
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- WAC Newsletter, February 1997: In Memoriam - Wisconsin Alliance for Composers On-line Newsletter, February 1997.
- MSS 79, The David Kraehenbuehl Papers in the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library of Yale University. - Overview, organization, administrative information, scope and content, and composers biographical information.
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