Scott A. Lindroth

Professor of Music

Office: 
Duke University Department of Music, Box 90665, Durham, NC 27708-0665
Campus Box: 
90665
Phone: 
(919) 684-0539, (919) 660-3307

I am a composer of instrumental and vocal music as well as interactive computer music.  My most recent works are Cadences (2016), commissioned by the Electric Earth Concert Series as part of a collaboration with novelist Richard Powers; and Piano Roll Prosody (2017), which was premiered by pianist Donald Berman.  Current projects include a piano trio, a solo cello composition for cellist Ashley Bathgate, and a work for soprano saxophone and string quartet.

Education

  • D.M.A. 1991, Yale University
  • M.A. 1989, Yale University
  • MMus 1982, Yale School of Music
  • B.M. 1980, Eastman School of Music

Light. Creator. (1993)

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For mezzo-soprano and five instruments; text by Hildegard von Bingen. 1991, rev. 1993.

Fantasy for Two Pianos. Creator. (1992)

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Premiered by Double Edge -- Nurit Tilles and Edmund Niemann, pianists

Duo for Violins. Creator. Recording Curtis MacComber and Veronica Kadlubkiewicz (1990)

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Commissioned by the Koussevitzky Foundation for the Library of Congress.

Whistle Stop. Creator. (1990)

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For oboe solo

In the Middle of the Road. Creator. (1989)

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For alto voice, alto flute, and piano; text by Carlos Drummond de Andrade.

Clash and Glitter. Creator. (1989)

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For orchestra; commissioned by ASCAP for the Brooklyn Philharmonic conducted by Lukas Foss

Treatise on Tailor's Dummies. Creator. (1989)

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For mezzo-soprano, flute, tenor sax, bassoon, piano, percussion, and accordion; text by Bruno Schulz

Stomp. Composer. Live performance at Tanglewood, Brad Lubman, conductor (1988)

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For ten instruments. Composed for a celebration of the 60th birthday of Jacob Druckman. Premiered by Musical Elements, Robert Beaser, conductor, at the 92nd Street Y in New York.

A Fire's Bright Song. Creator. (1987)

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For orchestra; premiered by the New York Philharmonic. 1981, revised 1987.

Relations to Rigor II. Composer. (1987)

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Ajir Music. For six instruments and tape. Winner of the ISCM National Composers Competition, 1987

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