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Frank Ticheli (born 1958 in Monroe, Louisiana) is an American composer of orchestral, choral, chamber, and concert band works. He lives in Los Angeles, California, where he is a Professor of Composition at the University of Southern California. A number of his works are particularly notable, as they have become standards in concert band repertoire.

Biography Ticheli graduated from L.V. Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas and earned a Bachelor of Music in Composition from Southern Methodist University. He… read more

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  • Avatar for headeynyp
    + tracks here
  • Avatar for tamarr
    BLUE SHADES is without a doubt one of the most difficult and rewarding pieces i've played... so brilliantly composed - i love it!
  • Avatar for lovedonce
    xsurfacing, i also still am in high school, and have been playing in a junior college symphony, and i agree, but i think the funnest piece i have ever played was tch. 4 symphony in f minor, but my favorite ticheli piece is Angels in the Architecture, its an amazing piece, check it out.
  • Avatar for Shaon2992
    My band's doing a Ticheli feature. Sun Dance, An American Elegy, and all of Simple Gifts. Pretty boss. :V
  • Avatar for anezaa
    My band is playing Sun Dance! And I get the solo for oboe.. =) I love/hate this piece haha. It's so independent but it blends well.
  • Avatar for xSurfacing
    I'm a junior in college, been playing in symphonies and orchestras since I was in grade school- An American Elegy is without a doubt the best piece I've ever played. I cried playing it as a senior in high school at my final concert.
  • Avatar for blafls
    Am I the only one who has heard his work "An American Elegy"? I sure hope not, this is the kind of music you share with everybody. :(
  • Avatar for TubaChick23
    Legend and pure genius
  • Avatar for thejackyl
    ticheli is one of my main influences
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