Sargeant, Winthrop
April 1962
New Yorker;4/7/1962, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p172
The article discusses the evolution in the basic character of contemporary music. According to the author, the changes in the basic character of the music seemed to move away from the idea introduced during the first half of the century. The changes include the singers indulging in technical exhibitions instead of the composers.


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