Botstein, Leon
September 2002
Musical Quarterly;Fall2002, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p367
Academic Journal
Introduces articles featured in the vol. 86, number 3 fall 2002 issue of the periodical "The Musical Quarterly." Study of the WoO4 of Johannes Brahms; Inquiry into Claude Debussy and the framing of a distinct French musical tradition during the early twentieth century; Analysis on the work of Philip Glass.


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