Elodie Lauten, classical music composer
Elodie Lauten is a composer, performer and media artist. She started as a singer/songwriter and became a pioneer of electronic music since the early 70s.
While at NYU, her Master's thesis, an opera for the Fairlight Computer Musical Instrument, The Death of Don Juan, received an award from the National
Endowment for the Arts. She has composed a lot of electronic music, in addition to other projects of electro-acoustic, electronic, vocal, chamber and orchestral music, richly textured with driving rhythms, surprising chord changes and occasional dramatic dissonance, but always ear-friendly and with a unique signature.
As a leading exponent of post-minimalism, she was listed among the most influential composers of the last three decades (Sequenza 21). Her piano,
Tango in f minor ( live rec )
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