Jump to navigation Jump to search
Heskel Brisman (b. 12 May 1923, New York) was an American composer. He studied at the Juilliard School of Music, the Yale School of Music, and Columbia University. He then went to Italy to study with Luigi Dallapiccola.
Brisman remained in Italy, where he wrote film music. Later, he went to Israel, where he was director of the Joseph Achron Conservatory. In addition to his film music, Brisman has written operas, ballets, instrumental music, incidental music for plays.
Works for Winds
- Ash Grove, The (as arranger) (1976)
- Buckwheat (as arranger) (1976)
- Carnival in Shushan
- Easy Variations
- Gift to Be Simple, The (as arranger)
- Spinner's Wedding, The
- Uganda Lullaby (1973)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Heskel Brisman." Accessed 26 January 2015.