Weber, Joseph F 31.jul.1937-22.jan.1999 USA California, Antioch - New Mexico, Santa Fe
organist, 1940 resided with his parents at 890 Montezuma Street in Pitsburg Contra Costa California, studied with Wendell Otey and Roger Nixon at San Francisco State College, 1961 received the Paul Masson composition prize, 1976-1982 resided at 1336 38th Avenue San Francisco, 1988 he lived in Santa Fe New Mexico, collaborated with various theater and dance companies throughout New Mexico, taught music theory and composition at the College of Santa Fe ; son of Joseph Weber sr. (San Francisco 1905-) and Martha Minna Schultz (Minnesota, Warren 10.jul.1905-14.jul.1987 San Francisco)

Title Parts

[] String quartet
[] Portfolio I. Violin and piano
[] Portfolio II. Trombone and piano
[] Portfolio III for miscellaneous objects
[] 3 Sonatas. Piano
[] Canzone. 2 Pianos
[] Songs for voice, violin, clarinet and vibraphone
[] Sinfonia for keyboard instruments. For one player, prerecorded tape and optional drummer. 1978
[] Rota II (6th movement of Sinfonia)
pub Soundings Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1981

[] Trio concertante. Violin, cello and piano. 1983
pub Judy Green Music, Hollywood, California 1983

[] Theme and variations. String orchestra. 1988
word premiere Orchestra of Santa Fe / William Kirschke. St Francis Cathedral, Santa Fe, New Mexico 6mar1988

[] Symphony for gamelan. Voice and gamelans. 1991
with text from the biblical Song of Songs of Solomon (Canticum Canticorum Salomonis) sung in Latin by Beth Cohen, a member of Gamelan Encantada
Gamelan Encantada. CD "Oasis in the desert" New Music from New Mexico 2011

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