Longmans, Green, 1938 - Composers - 252 pages
Shortly after George Gershwin's premature death in 1937, Merle Armitage invited Gershwin's friends and associates to contribute memories and tributes for this volume, which was first published in 1938. In these 38 articles, a range of interests are covered, comprising a portrait of a musician who exerted a huge influence on his era.
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GEORGE GERSHWIN AND HIS TIME Merle Armitage
GEORGE GERSHWIN AS ORCHESTRATOR William Daly
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