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thumb|right|Portrait of composer Leslie Bassett.
Leslie Raymond Bassett (22 January 1923 – 4 February 2016) was an American composer of classical music. Bassett received the 1966 Pulitzer Prize in Music. Bassett had a lifelong relationship with the University of Michigan School of Music. He received the MM there, and in 1956 was the recipient of the University's first DMA. Bassett was a member of the University of Michigan faculty from 1952 until 1992. Upon retirement from active teaching in 1992, he held the title of Albert A. Stanley Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Composition until his death in 2016.

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Uniform title: Music, horns (4)
by Bassett, Leslie, 1923-
North Easton, Mass. : R. King Music Co., c1979
 
 
Uniform title: Sounds, shapes and symbols
by Bassett, Leslie, 1923-
New York : C.F. Peters Corp., c1978
 
 
Uniform title: Divine lodi musicali, libro 3. Selections
by Riccio, Giovanni Battista, 17th century
London : Musica Rara ; Nashville, Tenn. : Brass Press [distributor], c1978
 
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