Listening out loud: becoming a composer

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Harper and Row, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages

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Listening out loud: becoming a composer

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The latest entry in Harper & Row's series on the professions explores composition as a career. Best known for her musical theater work (e.g., Doonesbury ), Swados has also written operas, oratorios ... Read full review


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three The Fundamentals
four Basic Training

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About the author (1988)

Elizabeth Swados has published fiction, nonfiction, and children's books and received the Ken Award, as well as a New York Public Library Award for her book My Depression. Other awards include five Tony nominations, three Obie Awards, a Helen Hayes Award, and many others. THE ONE AND ONLY HUMAN GALAXY ((Hanging Loose Press, 2009) is her first collection of poetry. Her newest book is WAITING: SELECTED NONFICTION (Hanging Loose Press, 2011).

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