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In Memoriam ACA members
George Edwards (1943-2011), Composer, theorist, member of the faculty of Columbia University from 1976, becoming an Associate Professor of Music in 1986 and Vice Chairman of the Music Department in 1989.
Harley Gaber (1943-2011) Composer, visual artist, published well-known solo flute piece, Koku, with ACA in 1976. Studied with Horace Reisberg (1958-61) and Darius Milhaud (Aspen Music Festival (1961), Kenneth Gaburo; Electronic Music and Acoustics, and Lejaren Hiller. On the Board of Governors of ACA 1975-77.
Frederic Goossen (1927-2011) Jacob Frederic Goossen. a composer on the faculty of of University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where he remained as Professor of Composition and Director of Graduate Studies until retiring as Professor Emeritus.
Harold Seletsky (1927-2010) clarinetist, composer and bandleader of The West End Klezmorim. He composed music for films, commercials, opera, ballet, and has written jazz and Yiddish songs.
James Beale (1924-2010) Pianist, Composer, Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, student of Aaron Copland. Longtime faculty member at the University of Washington in Seattle.
John E. Ferritto (1937-2010) Conductor Laureate of the Springfield Symphony, married to violist Marcia Ferritto.
Arthur Weisberg (1931 – 17 January 2009), American bassoonist, conductor, composer and author.
Elias Tanenbaum (1924-2008) Composer of music for concert, jazz, theater, television, ballet and electronic and comptuer music.
Frank Lewin (1925-2008) Wrote music for film and television; his Requiem for Robert F. Kennedy (Mass for the Dead, in English) was first performed in 1969, a year after Kennedy's death.