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‘MODERNISM IN MUSIC’ AND ‘POLITICS AND CULTURE IN POSTWAR FRANCE’ NAME: INSTRUCTOR: COURSE: DATE: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY MODERNISM Source: ‘Modernism’, Grove Music Online, 2011; http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com:80/subscriber/article/grove/music/40625 1.
The feeling behind the music was the point of focus. 2. Author Qualifications: Leon Botstein is a man of many hats. He is currently a Leon Levy professor in the Arts and Humanities. 3. Evaluation of Credibility: Leon Botstein attained his Bachelor’s of Arts degree from the University of Chicago, and went on to attain his M.A and PhD from the Department of History at Harvard University. Botstein has also been the editor of the Musical Quarterly since 1992 to date. In addition to this, he has since the same time been the music director and conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra. He has attained vast knowledge on the history, and development of music. He has also been a part of several orchestras and is a seasoned performer, conductor, and director of music. Some of them include BBC Symphony Orchestra, Hudson Valley Philharmonic, and Royal Scottish National Orchestra. He has in addition to his achievements received several honorary awards such as membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is also author of books, and contributing writer of several journals. His writing revolves around music in the 19th century, and culture. 4. Intended Audience: The information provided here, is helpful to persons intent on understanding the development of music through different time periods. ...
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