Mark Applebaum

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Mark Applebaum (born 1967 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American composer and associate professor of music composition and theory at Stanford University.[1] He received his PhD in music composition from the University of California at San Diego where he studied with Brian Ferneyhough, Joji Yuasa, Rand Steiger, and Roger Reynolds. Prior to Stanford, Applebaum taught at UCSD, Mississippi State University, and Carleton College. He has received commissions from Betty Freeman, the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, the Fromm Foundation, the Paul Dresher Ensemble, the Vienna Modern Festival, Antwerp’s Champ D’Action, Festival ADEvantgarde in Munich, Zeitgeist, MANUFACTURE (Tokyo), the St. Lawrence String Quartet, the Jerome Foundation, and the American Composers Forum

Discography[edit]

External video
Boredom, The Real Secret Behind Innovation, Mark Applebaum, published by Stanford University, TEDx Talk
  • 1996 "Mousetrap Music" [Innova]
  • 1999 The Janus ReMixes [Innova]
  • 1999 "Sonic Circuits VII" [Innova]
  • 2002 "The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree" [Innova]
  • 2003 "Cornucopia" [Capstone]
  • 2003 "Mark Applebaum: Intellectual Property" [Innova]
  • 2003 "Catfish" [Tzadik]
  • 2004 "Oni Buchanan: Solo Piano" [Velvet Ear Records]
  • 2004 "Martian Anthropology" [Innova]
  • 2004 "Disciplines" [Innova]
  • 2005 "56 1/2 ft." [Innova]
  • 2005 "The Bible Without God" [Innova]
  • 2006 "Asylum" [Innova]
  • 2006 "[re]" [Everglade]
  • 2008 "Sock Monkey" [Innova]
  • 2008 "Escapement" [Everglade]
  • 2010 "The Metaphysics of Notation" [Innova]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ http://music.stanford.edu/People/faculty.html#comptheory Stanford University Website: ccrma: center for computer research in music and acoustics - faculty listing

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