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Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Bernard Rands has published more than a hundred works and numerous recordings throughout a career that has established him as one of the most important figures in the field of contemporary music. Rands' work "Canti D'Amor" won a Grammy Award in 2000. Rands was on the [ mailto ]SIU Carbondale campus earlier this year as part of the University Honors program's Charles D. Tenney Distinguished Lecture Series and as a guest composer for the School of Music's Third Annual Festival of New Music. Rands talked with composer Casey Ginther of the School of Music about Rands' career and how his music is often inspired by poetry.
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