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Description: American Music publishes articles on American composers, performers, publishers, institutions, events, and the music industry, as well as book and recording reviews, bibliographies, and discographies. Recent article topics have included: Duke Ellington and early radio; John Cage’s HPSCHD; the WPA music copying project; defining the Easy Listening era; Milton Babbitt in academia; the soul roots of Bruce Springsteen; the benefit concerts of Jack Benny and Danny Kaye; and the boyhood of Henry Cowell. The journal also includes interviews with composers and reviews of books, recordings, films, websites, and concerts.
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Music Legacy Collection,
Arts & Sciences III Collection,
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University of Illinois Press Package,
Corporate & For-Profit Access Initiative Collection
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