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Article:John Adams (composer)
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'''[[Hallelujah Junction]] (1996):''' This piece for two pianos employs variations of a repeated two note rhythm. The [[interval (music)|interval]]s between the notes remain the same through much of the piece.
 
'''[[Hallelujah Junction]] (1996):''' This piece for two pianos employs variations of a repeated two note rhythm. The [[interval (music)|interval]]s between the notes remain the same through much of the piece.
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'''[[On the Transmigration of Souls]] (2002):''' This piece commemorates those who lost their lives in the [[September 11, 2001 attacks]] on the World Trade Center in New York. It won the 2003 [[Pulitzer Prize for Music]] as well as the 2005 [[Grammy Award]] for [[Best Contemporary Composition]]. Adams was the first composer to have earned the latter award three times, having previously won the award for El Dorado (1998) and [[Nixon in China]] (1989).
 
'''[[On the Transmigration of Souls]] (2002):''' This piece commemorates those who lost their lives in the [[September 11, 2001 attacks]] on the World Trade Center in New York. It won the 2003 [[Pulitzer Prize for Music]] as well as the 2005 [[Grammy Award]] for [[Best Contemporary Composition]]. Adams was the first composer to have earned the latter award three times, having previously won the award for El Dorado (1998) and [[Nixon in China]] (1989).
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