Martin Boykan

Biography

Born: April 12, 1931; New York, NY  
Boykan studied at Harvard with Piston and at Yale with Hindemith, and accepted a position at Brandeis University in 1957. His compositions are in a serial style influenced by Stravinsky and Webern and are noted for their long melodic lines. Many of his works are long pieces for small ensembles such as quartets. Boykan studied at Harvard with Piston and at Yale with Hindemith, and accepted a position at Brandeis University in 1957. His compositions are in a serial style influenced by Stravinsky and Webern and are noted for their long melodic lines. Many of his works are long pieces for small ensembles such as quartets. Read less


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