Victor Landau

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1 ADAGIO FOR STRING ORCHESTRA (1940)
str orch:2-1-1-1

2 CONCERTO IN C FOR VIOLIN, CHAMBER ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS (1989)
vln solo, satb & cham orch:1-1-1-1,1-1-0-0,timp,str

3 ELI,ELI (1947)
satb with a solo sop(A) or ten(B)

4 FOLK SONG SUITE (1986)
band:1-1-2-bcl-1-4sax,2-2-2-bar hn-1, timp,perc

5 QUODLIBET AND GROUND ON A WELL-KNOWN THEME (1983)
band:pic(opt)-2-2-3-bcl-2-4sax,4-3-3-barhn-1,timp,perc

7 THREE SONGS TO POEMS OF JAMES JOYCE (1947)
medium voice, piano

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Victor Landau, a retired 37-year professor of music at the State University College at New Paltz, died Dec. 1, 1990 at Vassar Hospital, Poughkeepsie. He was 74. Mr. Landau, who retired from SUNY New Paltz in 1987, composed vocal, instrumental and chamber music. His major work A Concerto for Violin, Orchestra and Chorus, performed this Oct. 12 at the Bardavon Theater in Poughkeepsie under the baton of conductor Luis Garcia-Renart. The son of Samuel and Elizabeth Grubman Landau, he was born June 18, 1916, in Long Island. He was a World War II veteran and a member of Congregation Ahavath Achim, New Paltz.


Mr. Landau received his doctorate from New York University; was a former president of the American Association of University Professors; and represented SUNY New Paltz faculty members on the All University faculty Senate for two terms. He also was a member of the executive board of United University Professors; a member of the American Composers Alliance; and a member of the American Musicological Society. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn Cahn Landau, at home; two sons, Thomas of Denver, Colo., and John of New Paltz; a sister, Josephine Rose of Long Island; and nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Scholarship Fund of the Music Department of SUNY New Paltz.