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Joseph Mussulman: Robert Shaw - Dear People



Dear People...


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The Collegiate Chorale: "A Melting Pot That Sings"


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The White-hot Years


The Robert Shaw Chorale


Back to California


Cleveland's Orchestra and Chorus


The RSC in Russia and South America


Recordings and Arrangements


Phoenix in Atlanta


Atlanta and the Cultural Explosion


The Second Battle of Atlanta


"Our Yard of Space - in Our Inch of Time"

Few American Musicians have touched more people in more ways than Robert Shaw. In Dear People, Joseph Mussulman deftly places Shaw and his career against the backdrop of developments in American musical history since the 1940s. What emerges most powerfully is the character of Shaw himself. Dear People Chronicles the career of a remarkable man and a gifted musician, whose foremost conviction is that "to be an artist is not the privilege of a few but the necessity of us all."

Item code: 6656B | Book | $29.95 |add item to cart
Choral  | 270 Pages | Softcover | 6 x 9
08763168

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