A conductor's analysis of Edward MacDowell's original choral music for mixed voices and women's voices, and editions for men's voices.MT115
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1. Of or relating to a chorus or choir.
2. Performed or written for performance by a chorus.
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Edwin Mellen Pr., [c]2005
MacDowell (1860-1908) was a well-known American composer during his day, but the choral music he composed or edited is little recognized today. To remedy this situation, Wilson (music, York College York College: see New York, City University of. , Nebraska) surveys MacDowell's life and work; situates his choral music in the context of his compositional output; and reviews Malham and Lehman's research on his choral works. He also summarizes the work of composers, e.g. Borodin and Rimsky-Korsakov, that he edited. The study includes a chronology chronology,
n the arrangement of events in a time sequence, usually from the beginning to the end of an event. of MacDowell's works, updated performing editions of his choral music, and original music for women, men, and mixed voices.