By Robert P. Morgan (eds.)
Examines 10 parts within which there have been certain musical responses to the days from 1918-1945. Post-WWI chapters are fewer & broader in scope, reflecting the convergence of musical languages. bankruptcy on tune of the Nineteen Seventies & `80s.
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