John Graziano

John Graziano
CUNY Graduate Center | CUNY · Barry S. Brook Center for Music Research and Documentation

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Publications (18)
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John Knowles Paine - Orchestral Works Ulster Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta cond Naxos 8.559747, 2013 (1 CD: 70 minutes), $12 Orchestral Works , vol. 2 Ulster Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta cond Naxos 8.559748, 2015 (1 CD: 68 minutes), $12 - John Graziano
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The publication of a dictionary in one's discipline is always a welcome event, allowing its users to quickly find essential information on a variety of topics, people, and institutions. The second edition of the Grove Dictionary of American Music (hereafter AmeriGrove II ), an eight-volume set comprising some 5300-plus pages, offers a comprehensive...
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Blackness in Opera. Edited by Naomi André, Karen M. Bryan, and Eric Saylor. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. - Volume 9 Issue 3 - John Graziano
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Verdi in America: Oberto through Rigoletto. By George W.Martin. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2011. - Volume 7 Issue 4 - John Graziano
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Soon after the end of slavery, African Americans formed musical troupes to sing, dance and act in a variety of shows. One of the first black companies was the Georgia Slave Troupe Minstrels, which was organised in April 1865 by a white manager, W. H. Lee. Another Georgia Minstrels company was organised in Indianapolis, under the management of a bla...
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The early career of the African American singer Matilda Sissieretta Jones (1868-1933), known as the "Black Patti," was unique in nineteenth-century America. Reviewers gave high praise to her singing, and she attracted large mixed-race audiences to her concerts across the country. Her fame was such that, during the early 1890s, she appeared as the s...
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Notes 57.1 (2000) 131-133 Strong on Music: The New York Music Scene in the Days of George Templeton Strong. Vol. 3: Repercussions, 1857-1862. By Vera Brodsky Lawrence. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. [xxviii, 630 p. ISBN 0-226-47015-6 (cloth); 0-226-47016-4 (pbk.). $65 (cloth); $25 (pbk.).] It is simultaneously awe-inspiring and humblin...

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