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Hill, Edward Burlingame. Download as PDF. Printable version. Modern French Music, Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1924. Tyler, Linda L. Edward Burlingame Hill: A Bio-Bibliography, 1989. Free scores by Edward Burlingame Hill at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP). BNF: cb14032886k (data).
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Home Browse Books Book details, Modern French Music. By Edward Burlingame Hill. This study of French music since the Franco-Prussian War is based upon material presented in a course given since 1910 at Harvard University. It also constitutes an expansion of lectures delivered at the Lowell Institute, Boston, in 1920, and under the auspices of the Universities of Strasbourg and Lyon in the autumn of 1921.
Further, although Hill's music is tonal, he does successfully incorporate Gershwin-like jazz elements, injecting a little fun into the proceedings.
He studied under one of the preeminent American composers of the late 19th century, John Knowles Pain at Harvard, In turn, as a Harvard professor himself, taught the next two generations of American composers, including Leonard Bernstein, Walter Piston, Virgil Thomson, Roger Sessions and Elliott Carter. The Austin Symphony Orchestra's debut recording presents four of Hill's works written between 1926-1941. Further, although Hill's music is tonal, he does successfully incorporate Gershwin-like jazz elements, injecting a little fun into the proceedings.
Edward Burlingame Hill. Biography by Michael Rodman. Burlingame Hill played a not inconsiderable role in the development of American music in the first half of the 20th century.
Edward Burlingame Hill, musician, composer. Awarded Chevalier Legion of Honor, Member National Institute Arts and Letters, American Academy Arts and Science, Massachusetts Society Sons Colonial Wars. Member National Institute Arts and Letters, American Academy Arts and Science, Massachusetts. Instructor music, Harvard, 1908-1918, associate professor, 1918-1928, professor of music, 1928-1936, chairman division of music, 1928-1934, James East. Ditson professor music, 1936-1940. Public operation 18 Nuns of the Perpetual Adoration for women's voices and orchestra.