Martino, Donald

Martino, Donald (James)

(1931–  ) composer; born in Plainfield, N.J. After studies at Princeton and in Italy, he taught at schools including Princeton and Harvard (from 1983). A leading exponent of serial compositional technique, he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1974 for Notturno.
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Martino, Donald. Notturno, for Flute (Piccolo and Alto Flute), B[MUSICAL NOTES NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Clarinet (and Extended Bass Clarinet), Percussion (1 or 2 Players), Piano, Violin (Viola), and Violoncello.
Martino, Donald. Serenata Concertante: Octet for Flute (Alto Flute), Clarinet (Bass Clarinet), Flugel Horn (Cornet), French Horn, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Violoncello.
Martino, Donald. Threeway, for B[MUSICAL NOTES NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Clarinet (Piano ossia), Vibraphone, and String Bass (Cello ossia).
Martino, Donald. Three Sad Songs, for Viola and Piano.
Martino, Donald. Parisonatina al'dodecafonia, for Violoncello Solo.
Martino, Donald. Charles, Happy Birthday to You [for] Clarinet in A.
Martino, Donald. Happy Anniversary: Variazioni sopra un soggetto cavato [for] Bb clarinet.
Martino, Donald. Piccolo studio, for Eb Alto Saxophone.
Martino, Donald. You're Very Special This Year, You're 8!