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Ann Marie Callaway (born 1949-10-28 in Washington DC), who uses the name Ann Callaway, is an American composer. She studied with Alvin Etler at Smith College, George Crumb at University of Pennsylvania and with Jack Beeson, Fred Lerdahl and George Edwards at Columbia University, where she earned her D.M.A. in 1991.

Works

Her principal publisher is Laureate Music Press (distributed by MMB Music Inc.)

Recordings

  • Four Elements: works for horn and piano by female composers (Lin Foulk, horn & Martha Fischer, piano) [1] contains Four Elements (1974)
  • Music by Women: a Celebration (CPS-8714) (Rosemary Platt, piano; et al.) contains Theme and Seven Variations (1972)

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