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Claude Ballif (22 May 1924 in Paris – 24 July 2004 in Poissons) was a French composer. His music is known as a combination of tonality (in the sense of Bartók, for instance) and serialism - a system that he named metatonality. Claude Ballif was a committed pedagogue who taught composition and analysis at the Paris Conservatoire from 1971 to 1990. Following this, he taught the same subjects at the Sevran conservatory. His pupils included Raynald Arseneault, Nicolas Bacri, Gérard Buquet, Alexandre Desplat, Joseph-François Kremer, Philippe Manoury, and Mehmet Okonsar.

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  • Claude Ballif (* 22. Mai 1924 in Paris; † 24. Juli 2004 in Poissons) war ein französischer Komponist. Claude Balliff studierte am Pariser Konservatorium bei Noël Gallon, Tony Aubin und Olivier Messiaen, 1954 in Berlin Komposition bei Boris Blacher und Josef Rufer sowie Musikwissenschaft bei Hans Heinz Stuckenschmidt und Akustik bei Fritz Winckel und war danach bei den Internationalen Ferienkursen für Neue Musik in Darmstadt Schüler von Luigi Nono, Bruno Maderna, Luciano Berio und Karlheinz Stockhausen. 1955 erhielt er den Ersten Preis für Komposition im internationalen Wettbewerb von Genf für sein Orchesterwerk Lovecraft. 1959 wurde er Assistent Pierre Schaeffers in der Groupe de recherches musicales. 1963 erhielt er eine Professur für Musikgeschichte und Analyse an der École Normale de Mu
  • Claude Ballif (22 May 1924 in Paris – 24 July 2004 in Poissons) was a French composer. His music is known as a combination of tonality (in the sense of Bartók, for instance) and serialism - a system that he named metatonality. Claude Ballif was a committed pedagogue who taught composition and analysis at the Paris Conservatoire from 1971 to 1990. Following this, he taught the same subjects at the Sevran conservatory. His pupils included Raynald Arseneault, Nicolas Bacri, Gérard Buquet, Alexandre Desplat, Joseph-François Kremer, Philippe Manoury, and Mehmet Okonsar.
  • Claude Ballif, né le 22 mai 1924 à Paris et mort le 24 juillet 2004 à Poissons, est un compositeur français.
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