Learning from Segal: Walter Segal's Life, Work and Influence

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Birkhäuser, 1989 - Science - 221 pages
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Early Life
Towards a Nonrhetorical Architecture

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About the author (1989)

James McKean has been a violinmaker in New York for more than twenty years. His instruments have won numerous awards and can be heard on concert stages around the world. A recent cello was on view at the American Craft Museum as part of a landmark exhibit on craftwork at the millennium. He is also a contributing editor to "Strings magazine, where his articles appear regularly. He lives in Connecticut with his family.

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