American oratorios and cantatas: a catalog of works written in the United States from colonial times to 1985, Volume 1

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Scarecrow Press, Dec 1, 1986 - Music - 1306 pages
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This catalog includes the basic 'title page' information, length, description of required performing forces, and location of the score for 3,450 extended choral works--of which 450 are categorized as oratorios--by over 1,000 composers. Title, Composer, Date, and Topical indexes will facilitate access to the entries. With bibliography.

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This prodigious bibliography is aimed primarily at music historians and choral conductors. Over 3450 works by more than 1000 composers are listed. Each entry includes locations of published or ... Read full review

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\Thurston Dox (Ph.D., Eastman School of Music) is Professor of Music at Hartwick College. For the past 25 years choirs under his direction have toured the United States and Europe, appeared on national network radio, and performed at MENC and ACDA conventions. He has recorded Samuel Felsted's oratorio Jonah (1775) on the MHS label.