Music of Meyer Kupferman
Soundspells Productions was established in 1983 by the American composer Meyer Kupferman (1926–2003) to publish his extensive catalogue of music and to produce and release recordings of his works. At the time of his death, more than 600 compositions had been published, and over 30 CDs of his music had been released.
A website on Kupferman's music (with a complete list of works) is maintained at: www.meyerkupferman.com
Soundspells Productions printed music publications are distributed exclusively by Subito Music Corporation.
Online ordering is available from Subito's webstore. Click here to view the listing and to purchase directly online
Since the catalogue is large, publications will be added incrementally or as demand dictates. Every few months, additional works will be added.
However, materials for all pieces are available, so if you need a specific Kupferman work (published or unpublished), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make it available to you. Likewise, please contact us regarding performances and rentals of orchestral works.
Meyer Kupferman (1926–2003) was born in New York City. An active and prolific composer, Kupferman completed over 600 musical works in all forms, including numerous symphonies, operas, as well as chamber and solo music for every instrument. From 1951 to 1993, he served on the faculty of Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. Embracing everything from jazz, romanticism, and 12-tone idioms, his music bursts with life and energy and has been enthusiastically championed by many leading performers.
An detailed biographical sketch by JoyEllen Snellgrove can be viewed here.
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