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Presents a history of the Juilliard School, covering such topics as the evolution of its curriculum, its faculty, the student body, and its relationship to the outside world.Despite lucrative financial offers elsewhere, Bauer remained loyal to Schenck and to the Manhattan School of Music (its second ... during the fall of 1916 Damrosch instituted preparatory centers at YMCAs or YWCAs in four locations around New York. ... These students received two lessons a week in their principal subjects (piano or violin only) and instruction in the rudiments of notation and sight singing.

Author:Andrea Olmstead
Publisher:University of Illinois Press - 1999


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