Ruth Crawford Seeger: A Composer's Search for American Music

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Part I - Early Years 1901-1920 1
  • 1 - A Minister's Daughter 3
  • 2 - An American Woman Pianist"" 15
  • Part II - Chicago 1921-1929 25
  • 3 - The 'Wonder City"" 27
  • 4 - New Ways of Knowing 44
  • 5 - Trees of Sound and Color" Music, 1924-1929" 65
  • 6 - A Career or Life?"" 85
  • Part III - New York 1929-1930 103
  • 7 - One West 68th Street 105
  • 8 - The Curves in Our Friendship"" 129
  • Part IV - E U R O P E 1930-1931 139
  • 9 - In Europe One Can Work!"" 141
  • 10 - Dear Superwoman"" 165
  • Part V - New York 1932-1936 177
  • 11 - Homecoming 179
  • 12 - Music as a Weapon in the Class Struggle"" 188
  • 13 - A Thread Unwinding" Music, 1930-1932" 201
  • 14 - Composing Babies"" 223
  • Part VI - Washington 1936-1953 231
  • 15 - Discovering Unmusical" America" 233
  • 16 - Lomax Country 247
  • 17 - The Breath of the Singer"" 268
  • 18 - American Folk Songs Go to School 280
  • 19 - Dio's Circus 291
  • 20 - A Fork in the Road 310
  • 21 - Keep the Song Going"" 330
  • 22 - Wading in Grace"" 341
  • Epilogue 353
  • Appendix A 357
  • Appendix B 361
  • Notes 372
  • Selected Bibliography 424
  • Selected Discography 433
  • Index 437
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