Abraham Zalman Walker
Abraham Zalman Walker (b. 1948) began the study of piano at the age of four, studying privately with instructors at the University of Redlands, California. When his family moved to Norman Oklahoma, he continued his studies in piano, organ, harmony, counterpoint, and composition. He further continued his studies wherever he was living and during his summers he would find instruction in Europe. His list of works range from Baroque to the very modern and include symphonies, concertos, chamber and solo works for a variety of instruments.