Paul Nelson, Composer
Music Theater & Dance Music
Updated January 27, 2011
Updated the modular mazes page to include one-way doors!
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|Contents of this Web Site|
My roommates in New York have their own, awesome gourmet cookies. Check it out!
|Music - [NEW] String Quartet two violins, viola, and 'cello right hand. Contains PDF versions of all parts and score.
Audio samples of my music: while at Tisch, while at Peabody
|Writings - On Music; Plays; Italian Verbs; Water System
|Modular Maze Panels - Paul, Bob, Ken, and Bob's Modular Maze designs.
An innexpensive, sturdy design for full-size, walk-through mazes that can be reconfigured to build
hundreds of different maze designs. Combine your panels with others to create huge mazes that stretch
over acres of land and take hours to solve.
|Paul's FAQs - Frequently asked questions on selected computer subjects.
This section contains FAQs that I've written about various computer subjects.
Current FAQs include: Mac OS/X Cocoa and XML.
St. Marks Place, NY
Paul Kim's Guide to Wine
|ComposerTools.com - Tools for modern composers (my other website) - 12-tone matrix analysis, Pitch class set analysis
|Travel - The Camino; Hawaii; Italy
||Software - Music; Web-site PHP; Macintosh Programming FAQ; Italian Drill; Other
Maryland and New York City
Aiken, South Carolina; grew up in Newark, Delaware
Installation Art, Mazes
, Computer Programming
MFA - NYU
/ Tisch School for the Arts
Musical Theater Writing
BM - JHU
/ Peabody Conservatory of Music
/ Music Composition
BEE - University of Delaware
(1984), MSCS - Johns Hopkins University
Music Awards: Frederick Loewe/ASCAP Musical Theater Scholarship (2005)
, Virginia Carty deLillo Composition Competition (2004-1st, 2002-2nd),
Prix D'ete Composition Competition for Music and Technology (2004-3rd), Randolph S. Rothschild Award (2004),
P. Bruce Blair Award (2003),
Philip D. Glass Scholarship (2004), Peabody Merit Scholarship (4 years)
Westinghouse Gold Signature Award (1986), IIA Entrepreneur of the Year (1994, with Edwin Addison), Washington Technology Best New Product of the Year (1994)
Click here to contact Paul (please do).