James Cohn (Composer)
Born: 12th February 1928, Newark, New Jersey, United States
James Cohn is an American composer born February 12, 1928 in Newark, New Jersey. After taking violin and piano lessons in his native town, he studied composition with Roy Harris, Wayne Barlow and Bernard Wagenaar, and majored in Composition at Juilliard, graduating in 1950.
He has written solo, chamber, choral and orchestral works, among them 3 string quartets, 5 piano sonatas and 8 symphonies. He was awarded a Queen Elisabeth of Belgium Prize for his Symphony No. 2 (premiered at Brussels) and an A.I.D.E.M. prize for his Symphony No. 4 (premiered in Florence at the Maggio Musicale).
His Symphony No.
All Works: Cohn
- A Grecian Festival (1)
- Arkansas Reel (1)
- Baroque Suite for Flute Alone (1)
- Piano Trio No. 2 (1)
- Sonata for Oboe and Piano (1)
- Sonata for Viola and Piano (1)
- Sonata for Violin and Piano (1)
- Sonatina, Op. 56 (1981) (1)
- Symphony No. 2, Op. 13 (1)
- Symphony No. 7, Op. 45 (1)
- Three Pieces for Clarinet Alone (1)
- Variations on The Wayfaring Stranger, Op. 34 (1)
- Waltz in D major, Op. 29a (1)