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Little Women (review)
Mark Adamo’s Little Women, based on the Louisa May Alcott novel of the same name, has enjoyed enormous success, both domestically and internationally, since its premiere in 1998. This video helpsExpand
Musical Mimesis in Orphans of the Storm
In this essay I explore the use of musical mimesis in the score for D. W. Griffith’s 1921 film Orphans of the Storm. I demonstrate that the score, created by Louis F. Go schalk and William FrederickExpand
Listening to the Gaoler's Daughter
In this essay, I explore the concept of madness in relation to the Gaoler's Daughter in Two Noble Kinsmen . By examining her supposed madness in the context of music and disordered vocality expressedExpand
Towards a Works List for Louise Talma
Until recently, researchers cataloguing the works of American composer Louise Talma (c.1906-1996) have had to speculate about the existence, dates, and whereabouts of a number of her pieces. With theExpand
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Louise Talma's Christmas Carol
Discovered in 2009 at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library of Yale University, Louise Talma's 1959 Christmas carol, playfully titled Chorus Angelorum, Piccolassima Fughetta, Molto Tonale,Expand
Using Resources for Silent Film Music
English Abstract: While only thirty percent of commercial silent era films survive today, there are still thousands of pieces of music composed and arranged for this medium that remain extant inExpand
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The Wild West meets the wives of Windsor
were carried to and performed in American frontier towns: they were put on in saloons and in beautiful little opera houses, in crowded mining camps and military outposts, in hotels and brothelsExpand