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composer , educator

Edwin Ellsworth Dugger, American composer, educator. Guggenheim fellow; recipient Naumburg award; Academy Institute Award for Music, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1981. Member Broadcast Music.

Background

Dugger, Edwin Ellsworth was born on March 21, 1940 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, United States. Son of Harrison Elsworth and Esther Leona (Scowden) Dugger.

Education

B.M., Oberlin Conservatory Music, 1962. Master of Fine Arts, Princeton University, 1964.

Career

Lecturer, Oberlin College Conservatory Music, 1965-1967;professor, University of California-Berkeley, since 1967.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: Intermezzi, 1969, Divisions of Time, 1961, Music for Synthesizer and Six Instruments, 1965-1966, Adieu, 1972, Abwesenheiten und Wiedersehen, 1971, Matsukaze, 1976, Fantasy for Piano, 1977, Variations and Adagio, 1979, Septet, 1980, In Opera's Shadow, 1983, Piano Quintet 2, 1985, Aria, 1987, Sinfonia, 1988, A Chamber Symphony, 1988.

Membership

Member Broadcast Music.

Connections

Married Kathryn Lou Hake, February 2, 1963. 1 son, Alan Keith.

father:
Harrison Elsworth Dugger

mother:
Esther Leona (Scowden) Dugger

spouse:
Kathryn Lou Hake