Copyright 2021 - Alex Danson, Palm Springs, California

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Alex Danson
PO Box 3666
Cathedral City, CA 92235
skype: 760-459-4941
email: alex-at-alexdanson-dot-com




 

Classical Music

Classical = Modern = Experimental...??
Click the titles of the works to open the score in PDF format (if there is one available)
Click the green Play buttons, or the iPod icons, to play the music.


Random Music

electronic music, 2009

recorded at home in the livingroom

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Title Score Audio Performers - Max/MSP screenshots
   

recorded at home in the livingroom

  

The Weird Wired Sax (2008)
for saxophone, MIDI gloves and live electronics
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recorded live at the University of Redlands, California, by Brent Levine (saxophone)

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Scattered Solos (2008)
for soprano sax, french horn (in F), organ and cello

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recorded live at the University of Redlands, California, by Brian Hollett (horn,) Brent Levine (soprano sax), Claire Caruso (organ), Danel Mulikin (cello)

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Study for the Lower Register (2007)
for piano solo

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recorded live at the University of Redlands, California, by Kentaro Kameyama

   

The Jonah Project (2007)
for laptop performer with pre-recorded tracks

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simultaneous performance by Alex Danson (using piano samples) and Mario Godoy (using sax samples)

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Dishwasher Installation in Three Easy Steps (2007)
for 5 performers and conductor

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recorded at the University of Redlands, California, by members of the Redlands Composer's Ensemble

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String Quartet no. 3 (2007)

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recorded on 7/22/2010 at Rowan University, Glassboro NJ, by Micah Walter (v1), Gabriel Bala (v2), Dana Ciolanescu (v-la) and Samuel Walter (vcl)

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Piece for Piano (1985)

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String Quartet no. 2 (1984)        

Bio

Alex is a classically trained pianist and composer, with a Bachelor’s degree in Piano and Composition from the “C. Porumberscu” music conservatory in Bucharest, Romania (in 1982), and a Masters degree in Music Composition from University of Redlands, California (in 2008)

 

Born in Bucharest, Romania, he began playing piano at age 7. While a student at the Conservatory, he started tutoring and giving piano lessons. Besides his formal classical training, Alex also began to be interested in Jazz and popular music.

 

In 1986 he relocated to Sweden and toured Europe with such groups as the Platters. He later taught piano and music at the Falkoping’s Music School.

 

Alex moved to California in 1998 and set up a Music and Video studio, working on projects for Christian Chalifour, The Coyotes, Randy Riggs, Robert Kunkel, Dewey Terry (music), Champion Bearing, Coachella Valley Symphony Orchestra and Desert Adventures (video), to name just a few. He continued working as a piano and music teacher, as well as freelance pianist throughout the Coachella Valley. Since 2006, he is the music director for the Presbyterian Church in Palm Springs


Alex is a member of the Music Teachers of the Desert (MTOD), local chapter for California Association of Professional Music Teachers (CAPMT) and  Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), since 2005

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"Music is love, love is music, music is life, and I love my life. Thank you and good night." —A. J. McLean

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