First female composer to win Pulitzer Prize for Music. Awarded the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Music for _Three Movements for Orchestra (Symphony No. 1)_.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 Symbolon / Concert Grosso 1985 / Double Quartet / Concerto for Trumpet and Five Players Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta 1
1992 Symphony no. 1 / Prologue and Variation / Celebration Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, John Nelson 1
1992 Zwilich: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra / Piston: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra / Bernstein: Halil Zwilich, Piston, Bernstein; London Symphony Orchestra, James Sedares, Doriot Anthony Dwyer 1
1995 Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra / Symphony no. 3 / Concerto Grosso Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; Louisville Orchestra, James Sedares, John Mack 1
1995 Voices Within Druckman, Harbison, Schwantner, Zwilich; Ensemble 21, Arthur Weisberg 1
1997 Divine Grandeur Robert Beaser, Aaron Jay Kernis, Stephen Paulus, Simon Sargon, John Schlenck, Judith Shatin, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; New York Concert Singers, Judith Clurman 1
2004 Chamber Symphony / Double Concerto for Violin and Cello / Symphony no. 2 "Cello" Ellen Taaffe Zwilich 1
2005 Violin Concerto / Rituals Ellen Taaffe Zwilich; Pamela Frank, NEXUS / IRIS Chamber Orchestra, Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Michael Stern 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1992 Zwilich: Chamber Symphony / String Quartet / Sonata for Violin and Piano / Cory: Profiles / Apertures / Designs Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Eleanor Cory 1

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