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  • ... disciples, such as Nancarrow); Virgil Thomson styled them the "rhythmic research fellows." In 1925, Cowell organized the New Music Society, one of whose pri ...ition and theory—among his many students were [[George Gershwin]], [[Lou Harrison]], who said he thought of Cowell as "the mentor of mentors,"<ref>Alan Baker
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  • American composer [[Lou Harrison]] set [[Esperanto]] language texts translated from the Heart Sutra to music *[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B4mBD_1LPQ&mode=related&search=uwest A discourse on The Heart Sutra by Master Hsing Yun of UWest.]
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  • ...wski lived in Tucson briefly, where he befriended [[Jon Webb]] and [[Gypsy Lou]], two people who would be influential in getting Bukowski's work widely pu ...bbs, Bukowski, and Douskey spent time together in New Orleans, where Gypsy Lou eventually returned after the passing of Jon Webb.
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