Irwin Bazelon: A Bio-bibliography

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Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 158 pages

Irwin Bazelon, one of the most original figures in American music in the second half of the 20th century, devoted his life to the art of composition. He was also well known for his musical compositions for films, television, commercials, and documentaries. His music was inspired by his experiences in the fast-paced environments of Chicago and New York. This major bibliography presents a biographical sketch, which details the influence of city life on the composer's artistic creativity, a catalogue of his compositions and performances, and a discography. A bibliography includes excerpts from the composer's lectures and other unpublished writings.

This thorough research tool will appeal to scholars of 20th-century music and to Bazelon fans. An archive of the composer's collections is included, and the separate book sections are cross-referenced throughout.

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DAVID HAROLD COX is Professor of Music at University College in Cork, Ireland./e He is a composer, musicologist, and performer.

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