Riley, Terry

Riley, Terry

(1935–  ) composer; born in Colfax, Calif. After university musical studies, jazz experience, and studies in Indian music, he became one of the founders of the "minimalist" school, his music involving hypnotic repetition of ideas.
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Artists discussed include Michael Shepherd, Reg Mombassa, Sister Gael OAELeary, Michael Riley, Terry Stringer, and Colin McCahon.
SPECIAL DELIVERY: Volunteers Stephen Thompson, James Bramall, Sharon Riley, Terry Owen (Volunteer Manager at University Hospital Aintree), Leanne Gallagher, Denise Wildgoose, and Gayle McGory
Though inconsequential in the chronology, this change in editorial policy, when combined with literalistic, word-for-word indexing of the text, results in two index entries for Riley (one for "Riley, Terry," another for "Riley, Terry Mitchell"), the former referring to entries reprinted from the fifth edition, the latter referring to entries added for the sixth edition.