On Bunker's Hill: Essays in Honor of J. Bunker Clark

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William A. Everett, Paul R. Laird
Harmonie Park Press, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 329 pages
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Contents

Music in Philadelphia during the Birth of the Constitution 1787
3
Rural Musical Life in the French Villages in Upper Louisiana
13
The Brass Band in the Nineteenth Century
27
German Singing Societies in New York City in the Nineteenth Century
45
The Great Coney Island CornetTrombone
53
John Philip Sousa and the American Art Song
71
Anne Geddes Gilchrist George Pullen Jackson and American Sacred Folksong
89
A Clubwomans Search for Womens Music
99
Mozarts Untimely Visit to the
181
A Contribution to the
193
Education and the Concepts oiMusica Prattica
207
Policy and Curriculum
217
Der Graf von Gleichen
227
The National Opera Company in Western Missouri 1887
245
South Pacific and Nostalgia
255
Stephen Schwartz and Bernsteins Mass
263

Spains Poet of the Piano
115
The Piano Music of the Portuguese Composer Antonio de Lima Fragoso
123
A Score Apart
129
196876
139
The Chorale Motets of Balduin Hoyoul
151
Some Parameters
159
On Music Culture of Dalmatia between the Sixteenth and the
169
The Historical Styles of Music A New Interpretation
273
Applying Aesthetic Principles to Talk About Music
283
Toward a Definition of Exoticism in Western Music
293
Beyond Orientalism?
299
Professional Activities of J Bunker Clark
309
Index
317
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About the author (2007)

J. BUNKER CLARK is Professor of Music History at the University of Kansas.

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