Vivian Fine

Vivian Fine (1913-2000)

Nationality: American
Born: September 28, 1913, Chicago Died: March 20, 2000, Bennington, VT (age 86)
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Date Age Duration Work Assets
1993 79-80
Canticles from the Other Side of the River (for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano and percussion)
1966 52-53
Chamber Concerto for Cello and Six Instruments (for oboe, violin, viola, 2 cellos, bass and piano)
1933 19-20
Divertimento (for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano and percussion)
1951 37-38
Divertimento (for cello and percussion)
1988 74-75
L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes (for clarinet, bass, piano and percussion)
1987 73-74
In Memoriam: George Finckel (for 4 cellos)
1987 73-74
Ma’s In Orbit (for violin, bass, piano and percussion)
1965 51-52
My Son, My Enemy (for string quartet, piano and percussion)
1979 65-66
Nightingales-Motet for Six Instruments (for flute, oboe, violin, 2 violas and bass)
1938 24-25
Opus 51 (for piano and percussion)
1937 23-24
Prelude for String Quartet
1937 23-24
The Race of Life (for piano and percussion)
1942 28-29
Sonatina (for oboe and piano)
1930 16-17
Trio in Three Movements for String Trio

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Nationality: American
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