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Paul Ayres
Eric William Barnum
Abbie Betinis
Jenni Brandon
Matthew Culloton
Christine Donkin
Martha Hill Duncan
Edward Eicker
Christopher Gable
Ola Gjeilo
Jocelyn Hagen
Norman Mathews
Luke Mayernik
Scott Robinson
Wayland Rogers
Paul John Rudoi
Joshua Shank
Timothy C. Takach
Dale Warland


Christopher Gable

Christopher Gable was raised a southern Californian, but was secretly born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He has been a dishwasher, sandwich maker, paperboy, library cataloger and freelance trombonist, but what he really aspires to be is a freelance composer and music theory instructor in Minneapolis. He also brews beer and does the laundry. His music has been performed all across the country, and frequently includes references to and variations of all kinds of popular music. He has been commissioned by all sorts of nice people, including the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, Lake Harriet United Methodist Church, St. John’s Lutheran Church (Madison, WI), the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (Twin Cities), and North Carolina soprano Nancy King. He has taught at Macalester College and St. Olaf College, and has studied at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Minnesota; his principal teachers were Dominick Argento, Judith Lang Zaimont, and Emma Lou Diemer. His principal teachers that he never met are Benjamin Britten, Witold Lutoslawski, and Johannes Brahms.

Works published by Graphite Publishing
December Carol Secular voice, piano GP – G001
Solstice Lullaby Secular voice, piano GP – G002
December Carol Secular SATB, harp GP – G003

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