The Conservatoire Americain: A History

@inproceedings{Leonard2007TheCA,
  title={The Conservatoire Americain: A History},
  author={Kendra Preston Leonard},
  year={2007}
}
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Solid Basic Training: Aaron Copland’s Studies with Rubin Goldmark

Aaron Copland studied privately with the American composer and pedagogue rubin goldmark (1872–1936) for four academic years through the spring of 1921, all while living at home in brooklyn, New York.

“Everything Had to Change”: Nadia Boulanger's Translation of Modernism in the Rice Lecture Series, 1925

Abstract From December 1924 to January 1925 the influential French pedagogue Nadia Boulanger undertook her first concert and speaking tour of the United States of America. The end of January found

"Excellence in Execution" and "Fitness for Teaching": Assessments of Women at the Conservatoire Américain

IN 1921 GERMAN-BORN AMERICAN CONDUCtor Walter Damrosch and French conductor and composer Francis Casadesus opened a new school for American musicians in the Palais de Fontainebleau, just outside of

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