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Irving Lowens (19 August 1916 – 14 November 1983) was an American musicologist, critic, and librarian in the Washington, . He served as the chief music critic at the Washington Star newspaper, the Assistant Head of the music division of the Library of Congress, and the dean of the Peabody Institute in Baltimore.
Lowens, Irving, 1916-1983. Publication, Distribution, et. Brooklyn . 8. Series Statement: Rev. version of the author's lectures given at the Institute for Studies in American Music, 1975-1976. Institute for Studies in American Music, Dept. of Music, School of Performing Arts, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, (c)1978. Physical Description: ix, 61 p. ;, 22 cm. Title: . Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 19-61. Personal Name: Lowens, Irving, 1916-1983 Bibliography. Personal Name: Lowens, Irving, 1916-1983.
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The following is a bibliography on American Communism, listing some of the most important works on the topic. Bittelman, Alexander. Published as Hynes Exhibit No. 4 in Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Communist Activities. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1930), pp. 435–448. Retrieved June 11, 2006. American Communist History, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2004. Retrieved April 3, 2006.
You can read an interview about the book with author Christopher J. Smith here.
Detroit studies in music bibliography, no. 14) Heard, Priscilla S. .Now the standard bibliography of Confederate imprints (succeeding Crandall and Harwell), it contains brief citations for all Confederate imprints from. American Music, 1698-1800: an Annotated Bibliography. Waco, Texas: Baylor University Press, 1975. Hoogerwerf, Frank W. Confederate sheet-music imprints. Together with Historical and Biographical Sketches of Important Personalities. New York: AMS Press, 1970. Now the standard bibliography of Confederate imprints (succeeding Crandall and Harwell), it contains brief citations for all Confederate imprints from laws to sheet music. Battles, Campaigns, etc.
A distinctively American classical music came to fruition when such composers as George Gershwin . As Harold C. Schonberg writes in The Lives of the Great Composers, Copland "helped break the stranglehold of the German domination on American music.
A distinctively American classical music came to fruition when such composers as George Gershwin (1898-1937) and Aaron Copland (1900-1990) incorporated homegrown melodies and rhythms into forms borrowed from Europe. Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" and his opera Porgy and Bess were influenced by jazz and African-American folk songs. He studied in Paris, where he was encouraged to depart from tradition and indulge his interest in jazz (for more on jazz, see chapter 11).
American music is an intricate tapestry of many cultures, and the History reveals . Block, Adrienne Fried 1990b Dvořák, Beach, and American Music in Crawford, Richard, Lott, R. Allen, and Oja, Carol J. (ed.
American music is an intricate tapestry of many cultures, and the History reveals this wide array of influences from Native, European, African, Asian, and other sources. The History begins with a survey of the music of Native Americans and then explores the social, historical, and cultural events of musical life in the period until 1900. Babow, Irving 1954 The Singing Societies of European Immigrants in Phylon vol. 15, pp. 289–295. A Celebration of American Music.