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Lee Hoiby

Author of operas and tracks whose best-known function was his environment of ‘Summertime and Smoke cigarettes’ by Tennessee Williams. He espoused the idea of fellow composer Gian Carlo Menotti along with his advocacy of lyricism. He was regarded as a kid prodigy and started playing the piano at age group five, later learning with pianists Gunnar Johansen and Egon Petri on the College or university of Wisconsin. His initial opera was “The Shawl,” which premiered in 1957. His longtime collaborator Tag Shulgasser was also his partner until his loss of life. He had written chorus and orchestra in line with the poems of Walt Whitman.

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