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Marilyn Taft Thomas

Marilyn Taft Thomas is Professor of Theory and Composition in the Carnegie Mellon School of Music. She is an active composer, author, educator, and arts leader. For the past twenty years, she has been unable to avoid leading various arts organizations, including the Headship of the Carnegie Mellon School of Music.

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Compositions

Thomas has composed works for orchestra, choir, piano, voice, brass band, electronic media and chamber ensembles.

Her music has been described in the press as "a strong, exciting musical statement," "very inventive," and "definitely of our century."

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She has won prizes from the National Federation of Music and the National Harvey Gaul Competition, and has received nine awards in composition from ASCAP, with commissions from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the McKeesport Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Mellon University, the American Music Center, the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, and the River City Brass Band.

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Recent Work

Seasons Within

Music of Marilyn Taft Thomas

Seasons Within - Music of Marilyn Taft Thomas

Seasons Within is a two-CD set of compositions by Marilyn Taft Thomas, performed by the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Carnegie Mellon Contemporary Ensemble, and an impressive array of artist/faculty and alumni soloists.

This 2-CD set is available through Amazon.com or directly from the composer: mt3f@andrew.cmu.edu

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Leadership in the Arts: An Inside View

by Marilyn Taft Thomas

Leadership in the Arts An Inside View - by Marilyn Taft Thomas

Leadership in the Arts: An Inside View is written for those who have headed an arts program, those who are presently doing so, those who think they'd like to do it, those who want to know more about the people who do this sort of thing, and for those who just need a good laugh.

Published by AuthorHouse
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Also available on Barnes & Noble, Amazon & Borders, Books A Million

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