Diamond, David

(b. 1915)
   American composer. His compositions include violin concertos, symphonies, chamber music, ballets, film scores and choral music. His Ahavah for narrator and orchestra is based on Jewish themes.

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  • DIAMOND, DAVID — (Leo; 1915– ), U.S. composer. Diamond taught himself to play the violin at an early age. In 1934he studied at the New Music School in New York, and from 1937 to 1939 he studied with Boulanger in Paris. In 1951 he was appointed to a temporary… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Diamond, David Leo — ▪ 2006       American composer (b. July 9, 1915, Rochester, N.Y. d. June 13, 2005, Rochester), left a large body of works that included 11 symphonies, 10 string quartets, and many songs. His music was characterized by its classic structures and… …   Universalium

  • David Diamond (composer) — David Leo Diamond (July 9, 1915 – June 13, 2005) was an American composer of classical music. Contents 1 Life and career 2 Works 3 References 4 External links …   Wikipedia

  • David Lee Roth — Diamond Dave redirects here. For the album, see Diamond Dave (album). For the song by The Bird and the Bee, see Diamond Dave (song). David Lee Roth David Lee Roth, 2007 Backgrou …   Wikipedia

  • David Diamond (screenwriter) — David Diamond is an American screenwriter. His film credits include The Family Man[1], Old Dogs, When in Rome, Evolution and the television film Minutemen. Frequently collaborates with David Weissman. References ^ Moviemans guide listing for The… …   Wikipedia

  • Diamond Dogs (song) — Diamond Dogs Single by David Bowie from the album Diamond Dogs B side Holy Holy …   Wikipedia

  • David Live — Live album by David Bowie Released 29 October 1974 ( …   Wikipedia

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  • Diamond Dogs Tour — Bowie performing at the Charlotte Park Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on July 5, 1974 Tour by David Bowie Associated album …   Wikipedia

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