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Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music

Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music

Leonie Rosenstiel

ISBN: 9780393317138

With a life that spanned nearly a century, at her death Nadia Boulanger was still director of the American School of Music at Fontainebleau, which she helped found after World War I. Enormously influential, she taught many distinguished performers and composers and helped American music gain worldwide recognition. This first full biography of Boulanger is a rich portrait of an important woman of our time. Photos.

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Nadia Boulanger's life spanned nearly a century, and at her death she was still director of the American School of Music at Fontainebleau, which she helped found after World War I. Enormously influential, she taught many distinguished performers and composers among them Aaron Copland, Virgil Thomson, and Elliott Carter. She helped American music gain worldwide recognition. For this first full biography, Leonie Rosenstiel has drawn on papers and records to which Boulanger gave her unprecedented access and also on numerous interviews. The result is a rich portrait of an important woman of our time.
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