from Oakland, CA
April 1, 1921 - January 1, 1994 (age 72)
Bergsma studied at Stanford University and at the Eastman School, and in 1946 he took a position at the Juilliard School. He participated in the curricular reforms made at the school during the 1940's. He later moved on to the University of Washington, Seattle. A tonal composer, Bergsma's works are lyrical and texturally orthodox, although he is known for his fine technical skills. He later employed avant-garde ideas in his work. ~ Lynn Vought, Rovi
William Bergsma: Symphony No. 1
William BERGSMA - Violin Concerto
William Bergsma: "The Wife of Martin Guerre" (New York, 1956)
William Bergsma: Three Fantasies
William Bergsma: Symphony No. 2 "Voyages"
William Bergsma: Chameleon Variations
William Bergsma (1921-1994) : Documentary One : Portrait of a City (1963)
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