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Selected Books on Women in Music
Tells the stories of eight female composers, from Renaissance Florence to 20th-century London.
Lists the locations of the printed and manuscript sources of Renaissance, baroque, classic, and some early romantic women composers.
Interviews with 25 accomplished female U.S. composers from the mid-20th century into the 21st, opening new perspectives on the prospects and possibilities of making music in a changing world.
Annotated bibliography covering the variety of published writings on women, their work, and the important roles feminist outlooks have played in scholarship and journalism.
Frames social justice within social, historical, cultural, and political contexts; grapples with issues of inclusivity and diversity, racism, and other cycles of injustice in music pedagogy; and offers specific examples of social justice in action.
Listing of works, arranged by type of instrument and size of ensemble. Full text available in print or via
Explores the experiences of women from the late 19th and early 20th centuries who pursued careers as public performers, charting a new course for women in this era.
Opens a vast repertoire of vocal music written by hundreds of historical and contemporary women composers. Includes interviews with high-profile composers.
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