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Music for Trees (1985), Transformations (1998), Gargoyles (2000), Three Kyma Pieces (1995), Avalanche (1991), Passages (1992). Dick Robinson received his Master's degree in composition and violin at the American Conservatory in Chicago. Further studies were with Karel Husa, Hugh LeCaine, Charles Dodge, and Robert Moog. He founded the Atlanta Electronic Music Center in 1975. Robinson's music has been performed in colleges and universities throughout the United States and in Europe.
Voices, Winter Wren, Mosaic, Leaving Cumberland, Images, Waltz, The White Pontiac, For Matthew, Elegy for Miss Yang, Soap, Manic/Hysteric, Ambience
Walnut Hill (2005), Constellations (2004), Portals (2006)
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