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ISBN:
1878822594
Author:
Judith Tick
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
BOYE6 (November 1, 2010)
Pages:
318 pages
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Start by marking American Women Composers Before 1870 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Early American women composers are barely represented in standard reference works, yet their output constitutes a significant proportion of the bound sheet music in the collections in the New York Public Library, Yale University, Boston Public Library, and the New York Historical Society that form the basis of this study.

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Back to Our Shelves . Author Judith Tick Publisher BOYE6 Publication Date 2010-11-01 Section Music. A study of American women composers that attempts to map out a hitherto unknown history by defining the issues involved, and establishing some criteria for dealing with a large repertory of sheet music published in the mid-19th century. It also traces the attitudes found in etiquette books, discusses education in female seminaries, and locates the most important popular composers together with some outstanding works.

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Augusta Browne (1820–1882) was an American composer who became renowned in the 1850s as part of the first wave of female composers in the country . Issue 57 of Studies in musicolog (illustrated e.

Augusta Browne (1820–1882) was an American composer who became renowned in the 1850s as part of the first wave of female composers in the country Contents.

First study of American women composers and attitudes towards women musicians in the nineteenth century.

Judith Tick celebrated Browne as the most prolific woman composer in America before 1870 in her landmark study American Women Composers before 1870. Browne, however, cast an enduring shadow as an author as well, publishing two books, a dozen poems, several Protestant morality tracts, and more than sixty music essays, nonfiction pieces, and short stories. By means of her prose publications, Augusta Browne put herself into the text-as into the world, into history-by her own movement, as feminist writer Hélène Cixous urged of women a century later

Judith Tick is Professor of Music at Northeastern University.

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Early American women composers are barely represented in standard reference works, yet their output constitutes a significant proportion of the bound sheet music in the collections in the New York Public Library, Yale University, Boston Public Library, and the New York Historical Society that form the basis of this study. Beginning with the first sheet music published by a woman in America, in the 1790s, the book goes on to examine music by mid-nineteenth century composers, including brief biographies of five prominent women active in the 1850s and 60s. Judith Tick is Professor of Music at Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts.