American composer William Copper, one of a small group of composers emerging as leading creators of distinguished 21st century music, writes music for chorus, orchestra, and chamber ensembles. Mr. Copper's output includes a wide variety of music, and his catalog of works in all categories is steadily growing.
Copper attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Eastman School of Music, and the Krakow Poland Higher School of Music. His composition teachers were some of the most well-known contemporary composers in the world, including George Crumb, Krzysztof Penderecki, and Joseph Schwantner. His widely-performed choral music includes Lovelife Dances, a large suite for 4-hand piano and mixed chorus. Mr. Copper lives in Wilmington, Delaware. A full biographical page may be found at www.hartenshield.com.
|Answer to a Child's Question||Score|
|Great, Wide, Beautiful, Wonderful World||Score|
|A Tragic Story||Score|
|My Heart is Like a Singing Bird||Score|
|Good-Bye, Proud World||Score|
|The Dance of the Flowers||Score|