Juilliard: A History

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University of Illinois Press, 1999 - Music - 368 pages
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For nearly a century, Juilliard has trained the artists who compose the elite corps of the performing arts community in the United States. This title affirms the school's artistic legacy of great performances as the one constant amid decades of upheaval and change. It takes us behind the scenes and into its practice rooms, studios, and offices.
 

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Contents

The Founding Fathers
7
The Institute of Musical Art
30
The Juilliard Graduate School
58
The Juilliard School of Music
96
Opera and Orchestra
123
New Blood
142
Lincoln Center
171
Dancers Training
194
Dramatic Progress
216
The Juilliard School
241
Juilliard in the Postmodern World
267
NOTES
299
BIBLIOGRAPHY
327
INDEX
343
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Olmstead is coordinator of the Department of Music History and Literature at The Boston Conservatory.

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