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Neoclassical Music in America: Voices of Clarity and Restraint by R. James Tobin (review)

Neoclassical Music in America: Voices of Clarity and Restraint by R. James Tobin (review) American Music, Spring 2016 NoTeS 1. Walter J. ong, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word, 2nd ed. (london: routledge, 2002), 132­35. 2. See James Clifford and george e. marcus, Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography (berkeley: university of California press, 1986). 3. David Ake, Jazz Cultures (berkeley: university of California press, 2002), 112­45. 4. David Ake, Jazz Matters: Sound, Place, and Time since Bebop (berkeley: university of California press, 2010), 102­20. 5. John p. murphy, "beyond the improvisation Class: learning to improvise in a university Jazz program," in Musical Improvisation: Art, Education, Society, ed. gabriel Solis and bruno Nettl (urbana: university of illinois press, 2009), 185­99. Neoclassical Music in America: Voices of Clarity and Restraint. by r. James Tobin. lanham, mD: rowman & littlefield, 2014. iSbN 978-0-8108-8439-7. Hardcover. pp. xv, 283. $55.00. This book surveys a body of music that major ensembles perform rarely and that broader histories of twentieth-century music cover sparsely, if at all. Cultural gatekeepers have tended to favor a view of the twentieth century that mostly accommodates music perceived as either "innovative" or politically fraught. This means that, beyond the contributions of Stravinsky, ravel, prokofiev, and other imposing figures during http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Neoclassical Music in America: Voices of Clarity and Restraint by R. James Tobin (review)

American Music , Volume 34 (1) – May 27, 2016

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American Music, Spring 2016 NoTeS 1. Walter J. ong, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word, 2nd ed. (london: routledge, 2002), 132­35. 2. See James Clifford and george e. marcus, Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography (berkeley: university of California press, 1986). 3. David Ake, Jazz Cultures (berkeley: university of California press, 2002), 112­45. 4. David Ake, Jazz Matters: Sound, Place, and Time since Bebop (berkeley: university of California press, 2010), 102­20. 5. John p. murphy, "beyond the improvisation Class: learning to improvise in a university Jazz program," in Musical Improvisation: Art, Education, Society, ed. gabriel Solis and bruno Nettl (urbana: university of illinois press, 2009), 185­99. Neoclassical Music in America: Voices of Clarity and Restraint. by r. James Tobin. lanham, mD: rowman & littlefield, 2014. iSbN 978-0-8108-8439-7. Hardcover. pp. xv, 283. $55.00. This book surveys a body of music that major ensembles perform rarely and that broader histories of twentieth-century music cover sparsely, if at all. Cultural gatekeepers have tended to favor a view of the twentieth century that mostly accommodates music perceived as either "innovative" or politically fraught. This means that, beyond the contributions of Stravinsky, ravel, prokofiev, and other imposing figures during

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