This Richly Detailed Narrative Tells The Stories Of America S Classical Composers, Set Against Significant Events In American History Acclaimed Music Writer Barry Scherer Follows The Development Of American Classical Music, From Gershwin, Copland, Bernstein, Joplin, And Sousa, To Lesser Known Names Such As William Henry Fry And Alan Hovhaness Scherer Surveys The Period From The Mayflower Through The Europe Tribute Years To The Two World Wars And Onwards To The Growing Academic And Concert Confidence Of The Post War Period Broadway, Opera, Musicals, Bandstands, Marching Bands And Piano Players All Get Their Place The Book Includes A CD Of Carefully Chosen Pieces Readers Also Gain Access To An Exclusive Website That Offers New Essays, The Musical Works In Full, And This Revolutionary Book Utilizes Traditional And New Media To Provide A Uniquely Rounded Portrait Of The American Classical Scene And Music.
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- 247 pages
- The History of American Classical Music (Naxos Books)
- Barrymore Scherer
- 11 September 2018 Barrymore Scherer