Death of noted US experimentalist, 80main
The composer Richard Teitelbaum died of a stroke on April 9. He was 80.
After studied in Itali with Petrassi and Nono, he in Italy, he founded Musica Elettronica Viva with Alvin Curran and Frederic Rzewski. Later he took a keen interest in Japanese music, marrying the pianist Hiroko Sakurazawa.
Winner of a Guggenheim and two Fulbrights, he headed the electronic music studio at Bard College.