American Music

Table of Contents: Volume 21, No. 4 (Winter 2003)

Who Lost the South?
Kay Norton 391
Dudley Buck and the Secular Cantata
N. Lee Orr 412
Classical Music and the Politics of Gender in America, 1900-1925
Gavin James Campbell 446
The Army, the Airwaves, and the Avant-Garde: American Classical Music in
Postwar West Germany
Amy C. Beal 474

James R. Goff, Jr., Close Harmony: A History of Southern Gospel;
Guthrie T. Meade, Country Music Sources: A Biblio-Discography of
Commercially Recorded Traditional Music
; Alan Young, The Pilgrim Jubilees
Kip Lornell 514
Albert Glinsky, Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage
Kyle Gann 519
George M. Logan, The Indiana University School of Music: A History;
Andrea Olmstead, Juilliard: A History
Bruno Nettl 521
Sherrie Tucker, Swing Shift: "All-Girl"Bands of the 1940s
Jennifer M. Barron 525
William Schuman. Violin Concerto
Bryon Jensen 530
Elie Siegmeister. Piano Music, Vol. 1; Piano Music, Vol. 2
Alan Mandel 532
Gershwin Plays Gershwin; The Best of Gershwin
Larry Starr 537

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