John Nathaniel Vincent, Jr (May 17, 1902 – January 21, 1977) was an American composer, conductor, and music educator. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and studied at the New England Conservatory of Music under Frederick Converse and George Chadwick graduating with a diploma in 1927. He continued his studies at George Peabody College where he earned a bachelors and a master's degree followed by doctoral studies at Harvard University from 1933–1935. While at Harvard studying under Walter Piston he won the John Knowles Paine Traveling Fellowship for two years of study with Nadia Boulanger. He was able to study original manuscripts of all classiclal composers at Paris Bibliotech Fransaise. After transferring to Cornell University he earned his PhD in 1942. Made field recordings for Library

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  • ジョン・ヴィンセント(John Vincent、1902年5月17日 - 1977年1月21日)はアメリカ合衆国の作曲家・指揮者・音楽教育者。 アラバマ州バーミングハム出身。ニューイングランド音楽院でフレデリック・コンヴァースとジョージ・ホワイトフィールド・チャドウィックに師事し、1927年に卒業した。その後、ジョージ・ピーボディ大学で修士号を獲得し、1933年よりハーバード大学の博士課程に進み、ウォルター・ピストンに師事した。さらに1935年から2年間、パリでナディア・ブーランジェのもとで学んだ。帰国後は、コーネル大学に移り、1942年に博士号を取得した。そのかたわら、1937年よりウェスタンケンタッキー大学で教壇に立った。その後、1946年から1969年までカリフォルニア大学ロサンゼルス校で教授を務めた。 作風は叙情的でバイタリティーあふれるリズムが特徴である。複調と無調の要素を取り入れた自由な調性感は彼自身は「パラトナリティ」と称した。作品にはオペラ、管弦楽曲、室内楽曲、歌曲、映画音楽などがある。 (ja)
  • John Nathaniel Vincent, Jr (May 17, 1902 – January 21, 1977) was an American composer, conductor, and music educator. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and studied at the New England Conservatory of Music under Frederick Converse and George Chadwick graduating with a diploma in 1927. He continued his studies at George Peabody College where he earned a bachelors and a master's degree followed by doctoral studies at Harvard University from 1933–1935. While at Harvard studying under Walter Piston he won the John Knowles Paine Traveling Fellowship for two years of study with Nadia Boulanger. He was able to study original manuscripts of all classiclal composers at Paris Bibliotech Fransaise. After transferring to Cornell University he earned his PhD in 1942. Made field recordings for Library of Congress with Alan Lomax, using Fairchild machine to preserve notables of the old South. Vincent was head of the music department at Western Kentucky University from 1937–1945 and Schoenberg's successor as professor of composition at UCLA, a position he held from 1946–1969. He surveyed music schools to create UCLA's state-of-art music building and Schoenberg Hall. As a composer, Vincent's music is known for its rhythmic vitality and lyricism. Although his music is essentially classical in form it is distinctly individual. The free tonality of his work makes use of what he calls 'paratonality': the predominance of a diatonic element in a polytonal or atonal passage. Vincent wrote numerous orchestral works, chamber music pieces, art songs, and choral works. He also wrote one ballet, 3 Jacks (1942), a film score, Red Cross (1948), and an opera, Primeval Void (1969). With wife, Ruth Kimball Vincent, also studied with Boulanger in 1937 Paris, hosted and visited the world's preiminent classical music leaders. In 1951 his book The Diatonic Modes in Modern Music was published. He also conducted orchestras throughout the USA, and all South American countries sponsored by U.S.-State Dept, and he was a director of the Rustic Canyon art-colony Huntington Hartford Foundation from 1952–1965. He died in Santa Monica, California in 1977. Dr. Vincent was founding-director of Walt Disney's California Institute of the Arts. His brother was American professional baseball player, manager, coach and scout Al Vincent. (en)
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  • ジョン・ヴィンセント(John Vincent、1902年5月17日 - 1977年1月21日)はアメリカ合衆国の作曲家・指揮者・音楽教育者。 アラバマ州バーミングハム出身。ニューイングランド音楽院でフレデリック・コンヴァースとジョージ・ホワイトフィールド・チャドウィックに師事し、1927年に卒業した。その後、ジョージ・ピーボディ大学で修士号を獲得し、1933年よりハーバード大学の博士課程に進み、ウォルター・ピストンに師事した。さらに1935年から2年間、パリでナディア・ブーランジェのもとで学んだ。帰国後は、コーネル大学に移り、1942年に博士号を取得した。そのかたわら、1937年よりウェスタンケンタッキー大学で教壇に立った。その後、1946年から1969年までカリフォルニア大学ロサンゼルス校で教授を務めた。 作風は叙情的でバイタリティーあふれるリズムが特徴である。複調と無調の要素を取り入れた自由な調性感は彼自身は「パラトナリティ」と称した。作品にはオペラ、管弦楽曲、室内楽曲、歌曲、映画音楽などがある。 (ja)
  • John Nathaniel Vincent, Jr (May 17, 1902 – January 21, 1977) was an American composer, conductor, and music educator. He was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and studied at the New England Conservatory of Music under Frederick Converse and George Chadwick graduating with a diploma in 1927. He continued his studies at George Peabody College where he earned a bachelors and a master's degree followed by doctoral studies at Harvard University from 1933–1935. While at Harvard studying under Walter Piston he won the John Knowles Paine Traveling Fellowship for two years of study with Nadia Boulanger. He was able to study original manuscripts of all classiclal composers at Paris Bibliotech Fransaise. After transferring to Cornell University he earned his PhD in 1942. Made field recordings for Library (en)
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