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The New English Keyboard School: A Second "Golden Age"
Sarah E. Walker
Leonardo Music Journal
Vol. 11, Not Necessarily "English Music": Britain's Second Golden Age (2001), pp. 17-23
Published by: The MIT Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1513422
Page Count: 7
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The author discusses the musical trajectories of several avant-garde English composers, in particular their increasing attention to works for piano. She analyzes the historical roots of this new movement and its relation to the experimental tradition from which it developed, finding continuities perhaps not often recognized or understood.
Leonardo Music Journal © 2001 The MIT Press