Vermont Counterpoint

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Vermont Counterpoint for amplified flute and tape is a minimalist composition written by the American composer Steve Reich in 1982. It was commissioned and premiered by the flutist Ransom Wilson. The piece has a duration of roughly 10 minutes and is dedicated to the American philanthropist Betty Freeman.[1]

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  1. ^ Reich, Steve (1982). "Vermont Counterpoint". Boosey & Hawkes. Retrieved August 5, 2016. 

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