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Daniel Reeves

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Daniel Reeves

Biography

Daniel Floyd Reeves (17 July 1985 – January 2021, Hurst, Tx.) was an American composer.

Daniel began composing at twelve years of age. As a young performer, Daniel participated in a broad array of musical organizations, from wind symphony and orchestra to jazz, percussion and marching band. He devoted his talent to music composition as a student attending Texas Christian University. His musical instructors and associates included Dr. Jeremey Earnhart, John Pollard, Dr. Brian West, Brian Youngblood, Jay Bocook, Daniel Montoya Jr., and Evan Rogers.

He composed music for a broad array of genres, including choral, strings, wind ensemble and percussion. His solos, chamber music and ensemble compositions have been performed by individuals, universities and professional groups.

Daniel was a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia – Delta Mu Chapter, ASCAP and the American Composers Forum.


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