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Copland on music.

Author: Aaron Copland
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1960.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990.
Copland on music.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1960
(OCoLC)593822180
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Copland
OCLC Number: 376663
Description: 280 pages 22 cm
Contents: Section One --
1. Three talks --
The pleasure of music --
Creativity in America --
Music as an aspect of the human spirit --
2. Five personalities --
The conductor: Serge Koussevitzky --
The teacher: Nadia Boulanger --
The composer: Igor Stravinsky --
The critic: Paul Rosenfeld --
The pianist: William Kapell --
3. Four masters --
At the thought of Mozart --
Berlioz today --
Liszt as pioneer --
Fauré Centennial in America: 1945 --
4. From a composer's journal Section Two: The twenties and the thirties: How it seemed then --
1. The younger generation of American composers: 1926-59 --
1926: America's young men of promise --
1936: America's young men --
ten years later --
1949: The new "school" of American composers --
1959: Postscript for the generation of the fifties --
2. European festivals and premières: Zuriich 1926, Baden-Baden 1927, Paris 1928, London 1931, Berlin 1932 --
3. The composers of South America: 1941 Section Three: The Reviewing stand --
1. Music by : Darius Milhaud (1947), Benjamin Britten (1947), Stefan Wolpe (1948), Leon Kirchner (1950), William Schuman (1951) ; Book about : Virgil Thomson's Musical state (1939), Schönberg and his school (1949), The life and music of Bartók (1953) Section Four: Occasional pieces --
"Are my ears on wrong?": a polemic --
Interpreters and new music --
The dilemma of our symphony orchestras --
Shop talk: on the notation of rhythm.

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