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Marius Constant

Marius Constant

Marius Constant


Marius Constant (February 7, 1925, Bucharest-May 15, 2004 in Paris) was a Romanian-born French composer and conductor. His most famous scores were two little pieces, which together became the famous Twilight Zone theme song. Constant traveled from Romania to Paris in 1945. In Paris he studied composition with Nadia Boulanger, Olivier Messiaen and Arthur Honegger, and conducting with Jean Fournet. His first major composition were his 24 preludes for orchestra from 1958. Read more on Last.fm
Marius Constant (February 7, 1925, Bucharest-May 15, 2004 in Paris) was a Romanian-born French composer and conductor. His most famous scores were two little pieces, which together became the famous Twilight Zone theme song. Constant traveled from Romania to Paris in 1945. In Paris he studied composition with Nadia Boulanger, Olivier Messiaen and Arthur Honegger, and conducting with Jean Fournet. His first major composition were his 24 preludes for orchestra from 1958. Other works include Turner for orchestra (1961), Les Chants de Maldador for reciter and orchestra (1962), Barrel Organ Concerto (1988), Chorus and interludes for horn and orchestra (1988), the ballets Cyrano de Bergerac (1960), Paradise Lost (1967) and Candide (1970) and chamber music. Constant's style is quite eclectic, but firmly rooted in fifties and sixties avant-garde, with touches of jazz. Constant was the founder and music director of Ensemble Ars Nova, a Paris-based ensemble for new music, from 1963 to 1971. Read more on Last.fm.

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