Paradoxes of the woman music patron in America

Locke, Ralph P.
December 1994
Musical Quarterly;Winter94, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p798
Academic Journal
Characterizes the woman music patron in the United States. Questions of class, ideology and gender on the works of women patrons of music; Scope of activity and the manner in which they work; Recognition as a form of reward; Music patrons' treatment of musicians.


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