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Alejandro is a composer who has written music for a wide range of musical genres including opera, music-theatre, choral, instrumental and electro-acoustic compositions. He has also created multimedia works, written film music and produced several radio programmes for the BBC. Viñao has worked in various research centres such as at IRCAM in Paris, M.I.T. in the USA and more recently at the Computer Lab and the Centre for Music and Science at Cambridge University. He is particularly interested in sound interpolation and in musical processes with more than one tempo.
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Alejandro is a composer who has written music for a wide range of musical genres including opera, music-theatre, choral, instrumental and electro-acoustic compositions. He has also created multimedia works, written film music and produced several radio programmes for the BBC. Viñao has worked in various research centres such as at IRCAM in Paris, M.I.T. in the USA and more recently at the [[Computer Laboratory]] and the [[Centre for Music and Science]] at Cambridge University. He is particularly interested in sound interpolation and in musical processes with more than one tempo.
  
 
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* [[Composer in residence - Alejandro Viñao]]
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* [[Abraham on Trial]]/[[Baghdad Monologue]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:25, 2 September 2011

Alejandro is a composer who has written music for a wide range of musical genres including opera, music-theatre, choral, instrumental and electro-acoustic compositions. He has also created multimedia works, written film music and produced several radio programmes for the BBC. Viñao has worked in various research centres such as at IRCAM in Paris, M.I.T. in the USA and more recently at the Computer Laboratory and the Centre for Music and Science at Cambridge University. He is particularly interested in sound interpolation and in musical processes with more than one tempo.

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