Franco Sciannameo, Series Editor
Publications in this series provide for the college music profession and music community at large perspective on and insight into the breadth of cultural inclusion in a wide variety of musical works.
by Oscar Macchioni
Paperbound 6 X 9; xiii + 87 pp.
In this inaugural volume, Dr. Oscar Macchioni elucidates with native fluency and expert pianistic insight the influence of Argentine Tango in the piano works of six American composers: Virgil Thomson, Aaron Copland, Samuel Barber, David Jaggard, Chester Biscardi, and William Bolcom. The Tango in American Piano Music is at once vivid and erudite, and makes an important contribution to the literature for scholars and performers.
by John Robison
Paperbound 6 X 9; xiii + 380 pp.
The College Music Society is pleased to present the second volume of the Cultural Expressions in Music monograph series. In this second volume, Dr. John O. Robison provides the most comprehensive information available on the lives and music of forty-two of the world's most significant Korean women composers born between 1931 and 1971. Through biographies and musical analyses, Korean Women Composers and Their Music makes an important contribution to our understanding of these important composers, one that will be equally beneficial to scholars, composers, and performers.