A treasure island of piano music — Spiegel Online
The Grand Piano label continues to uncover gems of the piano repertoire. — Fanfare

Tom Johnson (b.1939)

Tom Johnson is an American minimalist composer and a former student of Morton Feldman. From 1971 to 1983 he was a music critic for The Village Voice, an anthology of these articles was published in 1989 under the title The Voice of New Music. During this New York period he also composed four of his best-known works: An Hour for Piano (1971), The Four- Note Opera (1972), Failing (1975) and Nine Bells (1979).