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"A Most Enjoyable Evening": Music in Early Prescott and Flagstaff, Arizona Territory, ca. 1865-ca. 1890
Something about Self: Moving the Creative Flow Within
The programming practices of Alarm Will Sound, the International Contemporary Ensemble and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players from 2004-2009
Approaches for improving accuracy on the horn: A survey project
Performance practices of Violetta's first act aria from Verdi's "La Traviata": A survey of recordings
Children's perceptions of and feelings about their musical performance
Songs of Mendelssohn and Schubert transcribed by Friedrich Gumpert: A new edition and recording
The body as nation in solo performances of Puerto Rico
The creation and evolution of James DeMars's "Sabar: Concerto for African Drums and Orchestra"
Creative change: Audience development and cultural engagement in the nonprofit arts
An Analytical Overview of Dominick Argento's "Evensong: Of Love and Angels"
Everyday Arias for Soprano and Orchestra
A Performance Guide to John Carter's "Cantata"
Professional Orchestral Auditions for Trumpet: Criteria for Evaluation of Candidates, Common Mistakes and Concerns, and a Discussion of the Top Fifteen Excerpts Asked at Auditions
The After Generations: Legacies and Life Stories of Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors
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