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  • Performer:
    William Allaudin Mathieu
  • Title:
    W. A. Mathieu: Three Compositions for Piano
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    Keyboard
  • Date of release:
    2002
  • Duration:
    53:34
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    1830 megabytes
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    1847 megabytes
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    1190 megabytes
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William Allaudin Mathieu (born 1937) is a composer, pianist, choir director, music teacher, and author. He began recording his music and compositions in the 1970s on his record label, Cold Mountain Music. Mathieu has composed and recorded solo piano works, chamber pieces, choral music, and song cycles, and he has written four books on music, music theory, and how to live a musical life. Allaudin was a disciple of North Indian vocalist Pandit Pran Nath for 25 years. He studied with William Russo and Easley Blackwood, and collaborated with Nubian master musician Hamza El Din. In the 1960s (as Bill Mathieu), he spent several years as an arranger and composer for Stan Kenton and Duke Ellington orchestras. Kenton's album Standards in Silhouette consists entirely of Mathieu's arrangements and revealed the young Mathieu (then 22 years of age) to be an adept manipulator of compositional materials.

Piano – Kirk Whipple, Marilyn Morales (2). 5.

Mathieu: Rumi & Strings. William Allaudin Mathieu. 9. A Spreading Music. 10. From the Wet Source. 12. HarmöNika: Movement I.

William Allaudin Mathieu is a composer, pianist, choir director, music teacher, and author  . He began recording his music and compositions in the 1970s on his record label,

Product Information By the Fireside by William Allaudin Mathieu - Digital Sheet Music. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements. By: William Allaudin Mathieu. Number of Pages: 5. Form: Solo.

William Allaudin Mathieu (born 1937) is a composer, pianist, choir director, music teacher, and author. He studied with William Russo and Easley Blackwood, with North Indian vocalist Pandit Pran Nath for 25 years, and collaborated with Nubian master musician Hamza El Din. In the 1960s, he spent several years as an arranger and composer for Stan Kenton and Duke Ellington orchestras.

Personnel: A Parrot,Three Fish,and a Donkey: Devi Mathieu (soprano); Suzanne Elder-Wallace (alto); Thomas Buckner (baritono); Bob Afifi (flauto); Shira Kammen (viola); Daniel Kennedy (frame drums); Joseph Kubera (piano). Gourd Music: Joseph Kubera (piano). The Blind Beekeeper: Thomas Buckner (baritono); Joseph Kubera (piano). Title: The Music of . Mathieu Year Released: 2007 Record Label: Mutable Music. Mathieu by AAJ Italy Staff. Timeless Pulse Quintet.

William Allaudin Mathieu is a composer pianist whose long and varied career ranges from his early work with the Stan Kenton band and The Second City Theater, to his extensive catalogue of song cycles, works for choir, and instrumental concert music. He has recorded extensively, and is the author of The Listening Book, The Musical Life, and Harmonic Experience: Tonal Harmony from Its Natural Origin to Its Modern Expression. The Listening Book by . Mathieu is excellent as a piece of writing and as an introduction to his magnum opus, Harmonic Experience. His writing style is conversational without being annoying. He has a well-developed knack of anticipating where your thoughts will go and of being there waiting for you when you get there.

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William Allaudin Mathieu - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Gourd Music, for piano
1 Movements 1 & 2 William Allaudin Mathieu 10:27
2 Movement 3 William Allaudin Mathieu 3:38
3 Movement 4 William Allaudin Mathieu 7:35
4 Shiva Weather, for piano William Allaudin Mathieu 14:07
A Wedding Sonata, for 2 pianos
5 Movement 1 William Allaudin Mathieu 8:57
6 Movement 2 William Allaudin Mathieu 4:59
7 Movement 3 William Allaudin Mathieu 3:51