Music in The United States: A Historical Introduction
Hitchcock, H. Wiley

Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1969. Hardcover. 270 pp. with index. Illustrated with musical notations. Convenient single-volume source on American musical history that touches on every phase and period---from popular music of all eras to ragtime, jazz, symponies and orchestras, 12-tone composition and electronic music. It also includes analysis and interpretation of the major composers from Billings, Foster and Gottschalk through MacDowell, Ives and Sousa and to Gershwin, Copeland, Varese, Thomson, Cage and Babbitt. Fine in fine dust jacket. fine Hardcover (Item ID: E10756)

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