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Editors and critics : a history of music criticism in The New Yorker

Author: Hélène Werner
Publisher: [New York?] : Hélène Werner, [2018] ©2018
Dissertation: D.M.A. The Juilliard School 2018.
Edition/Format:   Thesis/dissertation : Thesis/dissertation : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: Harold Wallace Ross; William Shawn; Robert Gottlieb; Tina Brown; David Remnick; Tina Brown; Robert Gottlieb; David Remnick; Harold Wallace Ross; William Shawn
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hélène Werner
OCLC Number: 1039718849
Notes: Printout.
Includes abstract and autobiographical note.
Description: x, 269 leaves ; 28 cm
Contents: Prologue : the beginning of The New Yorker. The departments. 1. "The talk of the town" ; 2. The profile ; 3. Long-form reporting : "A reporter at large," "Onward and upward with the arts," "Our far-flung correspondents," and "A letter from..." --
Chapter 1 : Harold Ross (1925-1951). "Musical events" ; Robert A. Simon (1925-1948) ; Philip Hamburger (1948-1949) ; The critic : Edmund Wilson ; Douglas Watt (1946-1953) ; The influencers : Deems Taylor and Virgil Thomson ; Conclusion : "It is possible to say in words what you mean" --
Chapter 2 : William Shawn (1952-1987). Prelude : the anonymous art ; The first serious critic : Winthrop Sargeant. 1. The later years : anything but music ; "Decorous tones" : Joseph Wechsberg ; The 1970s : a second Golden Age ; The British invasion : Andrew Porter (1972-1992) ; The British invasion (cont.) : Desmond Shawe-Taylor and Nicholas Kenyon ; Conclusion : the invisible art --
Chapter 3 : Robert Gottlieb (1987-1992). The conservator ; Editorial procedures. 1. Goings on about town and the Table of contents ; 2. Length ; 3. The profile ; 4. Fact-checking ; Culture and "artiness," in Substance or style? ; Andrew Porter : the last five years (1987-1992) ; Paul Griffiths (1992-1996) ; Conclusion --
Chapter 4 : Tina Brown (1992-1998). "Hot, hot, hot" ; The redesign ; "Nobrow" and "Musical events" ; Alex Ross (1996-the present) ; Conclusion : "Tina woke things up" --
Epilogue : David Remnick (1998-the present). A writer's editor ; New platforms : online, digital, radio, television, and more ; Contemporary music journalism in The New Yorker ; Conclusion : a new Golden Age? --
Appendix : Some important names.
Other Titles: History of music criticism in The New Yorker
Responsibility: Hélène Werner.

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