James Brody (b.1941) studied composition at Indiana University with Iannis Xenakis and Franz Kamin. He has written many electroacoustic and instrumental works: presented at the annual ICMCs, Baltimore Composers Forum concerts, a SEAMUS meeting, a Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra premiere, etc. DRD4 for flute, clarinet, contrabass and piano, based on the genetic code, was performed by Washington Musica Viva. Techqua Ikachi!, for four channel electroacoustics, four instrumental groups, chorus, singers and actors with a text by Frederick Schreiner based on the Hopi story of creation, was premiered at York College of PA, where he is on the adjunct faculty.
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