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  1. AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek [+] Chicago composer Lois V. Vierk 's first signature album was released in on the XI label (for Experimental Intermedia), and contained compositions written from All of Vierk 's compositions are deeply influenced by, and indebted to, Gagaku, the Imperial Court music of Japan.8/
  2. Simoom by Lois V Vierk, released 15 November 1. Go Guitars 2. Cirrus 3. Simoom On Simoom we hear three of Vierk's works for "big instruments," that is, multiples of the same instrument, treated more like single entities than like groups of voices: Go Guitars for five electric guitars tuned microtonally around "E,"; Cirrus for six trumpets, and Simoom for eight cellos.
  3. Lois V Vierk (born August 4, in Hammond, Indiana) is a post-minimalist or totalist composer who lives in New York City.. She received a B.A. degree in piano and ethnomusicology from UCLA in She then attended Cal Arts, studying composition with Mel Powell, Leonard Stein, and Morton Subotnick, receiving her M.F.A. in She has conducted extensive study of gagaku music, studying for.
  4. Theodore Mook: cellos (3) Review by Thom Jurek Chicago composer Lois V. Vierk's first signature album was released in on the XI label (for Experimental Intermedia), and contained compositions written from All of Vierk's compositions are deeply influenced by, and indebted to, Gagaku, the Imperial Court music of Japan.
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