Casablanca-born French composer Maurice Ohana (1914-1992) wrote operatic, choral, vocal, and instrumental works. His style included atonality and microtonalism. He wrote significant harpsichord works and also invested himself in electronic music.
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Article introducing him to those unfamiliar with him and his works from Sequenza21 Contemporary Classical Music Weekly.
Biography from Le Centre de Documentation de la Musique Contemporaine notes major stylistic points and fidelity to Andalusian roots. [French and English.]
Filmography listing motion pictures he scored from the Internet Movie Database.
Maurice Ohana: Three Recordings
Review of selected CDs from the July 2002 MusicWeb(UK) include biographical information and comments on his overall style and notes on his studies and influences.
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