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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Haas, Robert Bartlett.
William Grant Still and the fusion of cultures in American music.
Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, 1972
|Named Person:||William Grant Still; William Grant Still|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Bartlett Haas; Paul Harold Slattery; Verna Arvey; Louis Kaufman; Annette Kaufman; William Grant Still
|ISBN:||0876851499 9780876851494 0876851502 9780876851500|
|Notes:||"The catalogue of works (1921-1972)": pages 143-166.|
|Description:||xi, 201 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : facsimile, illustrations, music, portraits ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||An appreciation for now --
The story of William Grant Still --
The symphonic works. A comprehensive study of the Afro-American symphony ; A discussion of the Fourth symphony including comparisons with the First symphony --
The vocal works. A review of the vocal works which paralleled the creation of William Grant Still's symphonies --
The violin works --
The stills on Still. My Arkansas boyhood ; With his roots in the soil ; Memo for musicologists ; Still opera points the way ; Modern composers have lost their audience : why? ; On orchestration ; What a composer is ; An Afro-American composer's viewpoint ; Horizons unlimited ; A composer's viewpoint --
The catalogue of works (1921-1972) --
The discography --
The bibliography --
A festival for the future : programming the works of William Grant Still.
|Responsibility:||Robert Bartlett Haas, editor, and Paul Harold Slattery, Verna Arvey, William Grant Still, Louis and Annette Kaufman ; with introductions by Howard Hanson and Frederick Hall.|