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"L'heure du Mystere" : Cecile Chaminade in America

By Andrew Steffen and Jordyn Beranek

Abstract

Color poster with text, images, and photographs.Next to Clara Schumann, Cecile Chaminade was one of the most prolific female voices in the post-Romantic era. The purpose of this study, based largely on primary sources such as concert programs, reviews, newspaper ads, and records from several "Chaminade Clubs," thoroughly investigated Chaminade's 1908 American tour in the context of the changing role of women in American life and on the American musical scene.University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Topics: Posters, Vocal music--France--20th century, Chaminade, Cecile, 1857-1944, Women's rights--United States--History, Composers--France--Biography
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:minds.wisconsin.edu:1793/64652
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