The World of Women in Classical Music

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Abbrevations
AAUWAmerican Association of University Women
ABCAustralian Broadcasting Commission
ACLAsian Composers League
ACLSAmerican Council of Learned Societies
ACSOAssociation of California Symphony Orchestras
ACUMSociety of Authors, Composers and Music Publishers in Israel (similar to ASCAP)
AGOAmerican Guild of Organists
AGO-RCYORegional Competitions for Young Artists (under twenty-three)
AHSAmerican Harp Society
AMSAmerican Musicological Society
AMSAAmerican Music Scholarship Association
ASCAPAmerican Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
ASOLAmerican Symphony Orchestra League
BABachelor of Arts
BAFTABritish Academy of Film and Television Arts
BBCBritish Broadcasting Corporation
BMBachelor of Music
Β Μ EdBachelor of Music Education
Cal StateCalifornia State University System
CBCCanadian Broadcasting Company
CBE*Commander of the British Empire - Award at annual January 1st Queen's Honours List
CCMCincinnati College-Conservatory
CENIDEMCentro Nacional de InvestigaciÓn, DocumentaciÓn e InformaciÓn Musical (Mexico)
CMSCollege Music Society
CUNYCity University of New York
CurtisThe Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia)
DAADGerman Academic Exchange Service
DBE*Or KBE Dame Commander of the British Empire (female knighthood).
DGDeutsche Grammophon (Recording Company)
DMADoctor of Musical Arts
EastmanEastman School of Music (University of Rochester, New York)
ECHOEuropean Concert Halls Organization
GBE*Knight or Dame Grand Cross - High British Honour
GEDOKGerman Visual and Musical Arts Organization.
HarttHartt College of Music (Hartford, Connecticut)
IAWMInternational Alliance of Women in Music
ILWCInternational League of Women Composers (merged with IAWM)
IMSInternational Musicological Society

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The World of Women in Classical Music
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Dedication iii
  • Other Books by Anne K. Gray iv
  • Table of Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter One 3
  • Chapter Two 19
  • Chapter Three 28
  • Chapter Four - Part A 47
  • Chapter Four: Part B 73
  • Chapter Five: Part A 99
  • Chapter Five: Part B 119
  • Chapter Five: Part C 150
  • Chapter Five: Part D 159
  • Chapter Five: Part E 169
  • Chapter Six 179
  • Chapter Seven 185
  • Chapter Eight 205
  • Chapter Nine - Part A 217
  • Chapter Nine - Part B 236
  • Chapter Ten 292
  • Chapter Eleven - Part A 301
  • Chapter Eleven - Part B 315
  • Chapter Eleven - Part C 364
  • Chapter Eleven - Part D 377
  • Chapter Eleven - Part E 386
  • Chapter Eleven - Part F 415
  • Chapter Twelve - Part A 422
  • Chapter Twelve - Part B 474
  • Chapter Twelve - Part C 482
  • Chapter Twelve - Part D 512
  • Chapter Twelve - Part E 528
  • Chapter Twelve - Part F 532
  • Chapter Twelve - Part G 566
  • Chapter Twelve - Part H 583
  • Chapter Twelve - Part I 604
  • Chapter Twelve - Part J 608
  • Chapter Twelve - Part K 614
  • Chapter Twelve - Part L 672
  • Chapter Twelve - Part M 695
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part A 699
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part B 715
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part C 736
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part D 750
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part E 791
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part F 805
  • Chapter Thirteen - Part G 819
  • Chapter Fourteen - Part A 830
  • Chapter Fourteen - Part B 870
  • Chapter Fifteen - Part A 898
  • Chapter Fifteen - Part B 921
  • Chapter Fifteen - Part C 937
  • Chapter Fifteen - Part D 943
  • Chapter Fifteen - Part E 949
  • Chapter Sixteen 957
  • Chapter Seventeen 976
  • Afterword 999
  • Appendix 1002
  • Abbrevations 1007
  • Bibliography 1010
  • Selected Discography 1015
  • Photo Credits 1020
  • Author's Biography 1031
  • Index 1033
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