Z. Randall Stroope is an American composer and conductor. His composition teachers were Normand Lockwood and Cecil Effinger, both students of Nadia Boulanger, the famous French teacher (and student of Gabriel Fauré.) He is the artistic director of two European summer music festivals, as well annually conducting at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Orchestra Hall, and many other U.S. and international venues. He has conducted for mass at the Vatican eight times. Randall has 180 published musical works and received numerous composition awards. Recordings of his music can be heard on his website (www.zrstroope.com), or various other media sites.
Cover Title (Subtitle) Duration Instrumentation Drag Here to Add To List Choral Tarantella
CM9348 3:05 Tenor 1, Optional String Quartet accomp, Bass 2, Piano, Bass 1, Tenor 2