The American Stravinsky [electronic resource] : the style and aesthetics of Copland's new American music, the early works, 1921-1938 / Gayle Murchison
- Murchison, Gayle Minetta
- Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c2012.
- Physical Description:
- xviii, 285 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm.
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- Scherzo humoristique (Cat and mouse) : Copland's American Petrushka and his debt to Stravinsky -- Boulanger and compositional maturity -- Popular music and jazz : authentic or Ersatz? -- Paris and jazz : French neoclassicism and the new modern American music -- Back in the United States : popular music, jazz, and the new American music -- European influence beyond Stravinsky and les Six : Hába and Schoenberg -- Toward a new national music during the 1930s : Copland's populism, accessible style, and folk and popular music -- Copland's journey left -- "Folk" music and the popular front : El salón México -- Billy the Kid -- A vision for American music-- .
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-275) and index.
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