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Vistas of American music : essays and compositions in honor of William K. Kearns

Print Book, English, 1999
Harmonie Park Press, Warren, Mich., 1999
Criticism, interpretation, etc
xii, 379 pages : illustrations, maps, music ; 26 cm.
9780899900889, 0899900887
William Kearns's contribution to American music / Robert R. Fink
Doctoral programs in music education: a personal reminiscence / Allen P. Britton
Soliloquoy, for horn alone / Charles Eakin
Hezekiah Cantelo, an Eighteenth-century dance collector in British-occupied New York / Kate van Winkle Keller
Early American psalmody and the core repertory: a perspective / Daniel C.L. Jones
Practicality, patriotism and piety: principal motivators for Maine tunebook compilers, 1794-1830 / Linda G. Davenport
"Children in the wood": the odyssey of an Anglo-American ballad / Susan L. Porter
Mountain calls, for French horn and piano / Daniel Kingman
Musical theater as a link between folk and popular traditions / Paul F. Wells and Anne Dhu McLucas
Go tell Aunt Rhody She's Rousseau's dream / Murl J. Sickbert, Jr
Fanfares, for six French horns / Karl Kroeger
The piano work of P. Antony Corri and Arthur Clifton, British-American composer / J. Bunker Clark
Music research in Nineteenth-century theater: or, The case of a burlesquer, a baker and a pantomime maker / Deane L. Root
A childhood recollection: "Lunch at the Putnam Camp" / Normand Lockwood
The Yale song books, 1853-1978 / Walter S. Collins
Hermann Lawrence Schreiner, music merchant and tunesmith in the Nineteenth-century South / Nancy R. Ping-Robbins
"Unknown," no. 13 in They said ..., for voice and piano, from The Art of Belly Canto / Gordon Myers
Chadwick and Parker of New England: composers, allies and friends / Nicholas E. Tawa
Early bands in an Idaho railroad town: Pocatello, 1887-1930 / Mary DuPree
Arthur P. Schmidt: the publisher and his American composers / Wilma Reid Cipolla
Abigail Stone, Act I, scene one / Randall Shinn
Community theater, Caliban by the yellow sands, and Arthur Farwell / John Graziano
The Musical Quarterly and American music / Karl Kroeger
Musical emissary in America: Nadia Boulanger, Normand Lockwood, and American musical pedagogy / Kay Norton
Nocturne / Richard Toensing
Old World origins of the Matachines dance / Brenda M. Romero
New World inspiration and Peggy Glanville-Hicks's opera Nausicaa / Deborah Hayes