Author:Clarkson, Austin (ed) ( Zoltan Roman; Thomas Phleps; Andrew Kohn; Friedhelm Lach; Martin Zenck; Raoul Pleskow; Katherine Malyj; William Benjamin; Robert D Morris; Martin Brody; Edward Levy; Robert Falck; Matthew Greenbaum; et al [ Stefan Wolpe related]

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On the Music of Stefan Wolpe: Essays and Recollections, Dimension & Diversity Series No. 6 (inc. The Weimar Republic as Socio-Cultural Context for Songs of Wolpe and Eisler; Black Mountain College; Concepts of Dada and Postmodernism in "Lecture on Dada";)

By: Clarkson, Austin (ed) ( Zoltan Roman; Thomas Phleps; Andrew Kohn; Friedhelm Lach; Martin Zenck; Raoul Pleskow; Katherine Malyj; William Benjamin; Robert D Morris; Martin Brody; Edward Levy; Robert Falck; Matthew Greenbaum; et al [ Stefan Wolpe related]

Price: $32.93

Publisher: USA, Hillsdale, N.Y.: Pendragon Press, 2003, 1st Edition, First Printing: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Not Signed

Seller ID: 163185

ISBN: 1576470830

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


-----------softcover, about 7w x 10h inches, a Very Good+ example, a bit of light rubbing, 371 pages, some b&w photos, includes samples of music scores, ---Stefan Wolpe was a member of a generation of composers, born around the turn of the twentieth century, who sought to refashion the entente between the artist and society in the belief that modernist art could transform the individual and society. To that end they composed artful functional music for amateurs as well as for the theater and concert hall. --Born in Berlin in 1902, Wolpe was a disciple of Ferruccio Busoni and studied at the Bau... View more info