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American Music

American culture, American Music, classical music, folk, United States

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>  World War II Through the Late 20th Century

American Music, the folk, popular, and classical music of the United States—created by American-born or American-trained composers, or originating in American culture, or written primarily for American audiences.

Contributors

Root, Deane L., M.M., Ph.D.

Professor of Music and director of the Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh. Editor, "Nineteenth-Century American Musical Theater". Author of "American Popular Stage Music 1860-1880".



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American culture, American Music, classical music, folk, United States

 
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