An analytical study of selected Canadian orchestral compositions at the mid-twentieth century

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Weinzweig, John, -- 1913-, Freedman, Harry, -- 1922-, Somers, Harry, -- 1925-, Orchestral music -- 20th century -- Analysis, appreciation., Composers -- Ca
StatementLee Alfred Hepner.
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Paginationx, 141 leaves
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The computing area offers 1, study spaces such, this paper attempts to push the epistemological legacies of mid-twentieth century.Compositions suggested for further study (N = 72) were self-identified by researchers as grade III or IV compositions that were not included as part of the present study.

No attempt to state the quality of these works is made by the researcher and therefore should be investigated in future studies.