Brubeck-penned piece performed by Temple University Symphony Orchestra nominated for GRAMMY

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The late jazz pianist and composer Dave Brubeck was nominated for a posthumous GRAMMY less than 24 hours after he passed away. Brubeck and his son, Chris, were nominated in the "Best Instrumental Composition" category for an orchestral work called "Music of Ansel Adams: America." The piece was performed by the Temple University Symphony Orchestra. Brubeck, who has won a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award, has never won a GRAMMY in a regular category. (This Associated Press story was published in hundreds of outlets nationwide.)