Alexander Brott: My Lives in Music

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Mosaic Press, 2005 - Music - 228 pages
Alexander Brott is one of Canada's most distinguished and accomplished musical pioneers. During a carrer that spans some 80 years, he has accomplished much on the Quebec, Canadian, and international stage to advance the cause of music. As a conductor, composer, violinist, teacher and entrepreneur, Brott positively impacted the Canadian musical landscape and the perception of Canada abroad.- Marc GarneauPresident, Canadian Space AgencyPresident, McGill Chamber OrchestraAlexander Brott has had a remarkable and varied career and his prodigious talent, energy, and dedication has affected almost every musical institution in Canada. My Lives in Music documents the unique journey not just of a celebrated musician, conductor, composer, and musical pioneer - it is also the story of the transformation of the cultural life of a city, Montreal, and a country, Canada.

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Contents

Part
105
Appendix A A History of Montreal Orchestras
199
Index
221
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Alexander Brott is one of Canada's most distinguished and accomplished musical pioneers. During a carrer that spans some 80 years, he has accomplished much on the Quebec, Canadian, and international stage to advance the cause of music. As a conductor, composer, violinist, teacher and entrepreneur, Brott positively impacted the Canadian musical landscape and the perception of Canada abroad.

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