Larry Austin  

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Larry Austin (born 12 September, 1930 in Duncan, Oklahoma) is a United States composer noted for his electronic and computer music works. He was a co-founder and editor of the avant-garde music periodical Source: Music of the Avant Garde. Austin gained additional international recognition when he realized a completion of Charles Ives's Universe Symphony.




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