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  1. Harold Montgomory Budd (May 24, 1936 – December 8, 2020) was an American avant-garde composer and poet.

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  2. Harold Budd - Wikipedia

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    Harold Montgomory Budd (May 24, 1936 – December 8, 2020) was an American avant-garde composer and poet.

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  3. Harold Budd, Composer of Spaciousness and Calm, Dies at 84 ...

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    Dec 17, 2020 · Harold Budd, Composer of Spaciousness and Calm, Dies at 84 Known for his collaborations with art-pop artists like Brian Eno and Cocteau Twins, he created a signature sound suspended in...

  4. Dec 10, 2020 · Harold Budd started out as a drummer — which is funny, since his discography is marked by the absence of backbeat and rarely has any percussive element at all. Born in L.A. in 1936, then raised in...

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  5. Composer Harold Budd Dies of COVID-19 - Variety

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    Harold Budd, an innovative American composer who collaborated with Brian Eno and Cocteau Twins, and whose own work combined elements of jazz, minimalism and more, has died at the age of 84,...

  6. Ambient composer Harold Budd dies of COVID-19 complications ...

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    Dec 09, 2020 · The minimalist composer and musician Harold Budd, whom collaborator Brian Eno once described as being “a great abstract painter trapped in the body of a musician,” died on Tuesday of complications...

  7. COVID-19 Killed the Great American Composer Harold Budd ...

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    Dec 09, 2020 · Added to the rising rubble of the first year of the second decade of the 21st century is the death of the American composer, Harold Budd. Sure, he lived a long life (he was an octogenarian at the...

  8. Harold Budd Dead at 84: Ambient Composer Celebrated for Eno ...

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    Dec 08, 2020 · Harold Budd, the acclaimed composer known for his minimalist works and collaborations with Brian Eno, died Tuesday. He was 84. Steve Takaki, Budd’s manager, confirmed his death, adding that the...

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  9. Harold Budd

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    Harold Budd I Know This Much Is True (Music From The HBO Series), released 13 June 2020 1. Penny Ann Drinkwater 2. The Serpent (In Quicksilver) 3. Give Me Your Hand 4. The Twins 5. The Kiss 6. In America 7. Angela 8. To The Falls 9. Domenico 10. That Place For Lunatics 11. Yellow 12. A Sidelong Glance From My Round Nerfertiti 13. Three Rivers 14.

  10. Harold Budd: His Life & Work - Books Tell You Why, Inc.

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    Emerging in the 1960s from the American minimalist movement led by John Cage and Morton Feldman, Harold Budd has become one of the country’s most prolific, consistent, and influential composers and musicians. Harold was born in 1936 Los Angeles and discovered music during his mid-teens when he heard a Stan Getz track on a car radio.

  11. Based on the ambient theme "A minute, a day, no more" from Harold Budd & Robin Guthrie. This is a 1 hour meditative version. Loop crossfade starts at 5:03:00...

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