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John Zorn

  • Sep 02, 1953 (age 67)
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2015
Nomination2015

Music

Nominated for Pulitzer Prize for Music.
Pulitzer Prize
2013
The Mysteries
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AlbumMar 26, 2013

The Mysteries

The Mysteries is an album composed by John Zorn and …
The Mysteries is an album composed by John Zorn and performed by Bill Frisell, Carol Emanuel and Kenny Wollesen which as recorded in New York City in December 2012 and released on the Tzadik label in March 2013. The album is the second by the trio following 2012's The Gnostic Preludes.
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2012
Rimbaud
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AlbumAug 28, 2012

Rimbaud

Rimbaud is an album by John Zorn. The album was released on …
Rimbaud is an album by John Zorn. The album was released on Zorn's own label Tzadik Records in August 2012. It was dedicated to French poet Arthur Rimbaud.
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The Hermetic Organ
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AlbumJun 19, 2012

The Hermetic Organ

The Hermetic Organ is an album by John Zorn, consisting of a …
The Hermetic Organ is an album by John Zorn, consisting of a single live improvisation on the Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ of St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University, which was released on Tzadik Records in June 2012. The performance was held at 11 PM on the evening of December 9, 2011, which Zorn has noted was a full moon, as an encore to a "Composer Portrait" ensemble performance of his works held earlier that night at the Miller Theatre. It is the first release by Zorn to exclusively document his solo improvisations on the organ, his first instrument. In 2014, Zorn released a second volume of improvisations, The Hermetic Organ Vol. 2.
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The Gnostic Preludes
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AlbumFeb 28, 2012

The Gnostic Preludes

The Gnostic Preludes (subtitled Music of Splendor) is an …
The Gnostic Preludes (subtitled Music of Splendor) is an album composed by John Zorn and released on the Tzadik label in March 2012. It was the first album by Carol Emanuel, Bill Frisell, and Kenny Wollesen who became known as The Gnostic Trio.
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2000
Nomination2000

Music

Nominated for "Contes De Fees".
Pulitzer Prize
1953
John Zorn
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John Zorn

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