In this Issue
American Music publishes articles on American composers, performers, publishers, institutions, events, and the music industry, as well as book and recording reviews, bibliographies, and discographies. Article topics have included the lyricism of Charles Ives, Henry Cowell's "sliding tones," Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti, Henry Brant's "Spatial Music," the reception and transformation of pop icons such as Presley and Sinatra, and the history and analysis of blues, jazz, folk music, and mixed and emerging musical styles.
published byUniversity of Illinois Press
viewing issueVolume 32, Number 2, Summer 2014
Book Review Editor
Editorial Advisory Board:
Peter Burkholder, Indiana University; Daniel Cavicchi, Rhode Island School of Design; Drew Edward Davies, Northwestern University; James Deaville, Carleton University; Todd Decker, Washing University in St. Louis; Sabine Feisst, Arizona State University; Robert Fink, UCLA; Andrew Flory, Carleton College; John Graziano, CUNY; Niel Lerner, Davidson College; Tae Hong Park, New York University; Howard Pollack, University of Houston; Nancy Rao, Rutgers University; Denise A. Seachrist, Kent State University; Stephanie Vander Wel, University at Buffalo; Patrick Warfield, University of Maryland