NEW YORK (AP) — Ned Rorem, the prolific Pulitzer and Grammy-winning musician known for his vast output of compositions and his barbed and sometimes outrageous prose, died Friday at age 99.
The news was confirmed by a reporter from his longtime music publisher, Boosey & Hawkes, who said he died of natural causes at his home on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
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