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      • Rev. ed. of: Biographical dictionary of musicians. 5th ed. 1958.

        StatementSchirmer Books
        PublishersSchirmer Books
        LC Classifications1978
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages56
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100028702409

        nodata File Size: 9MB.

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Description New York : Schirmer Books, c2001 6 v. Catalogue Persistent Identifier APA Citation Baker, Theodore.

The editor states that pop and jazz artists have been "excised" from this volume, set aside for inclusion in future specialized editions; but one can still find entries here for David Byrne, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and Andrew Lloyd Weber, among many others found in the parent Baker's but not usually thought of as "classical" musicians., New York; References [ ]• The biographies can be anywhere from a few lines t Slonimsky, N.

The coverage of film music composers is quite irregular. African-American athletes have played a significant role in the development and popularity of American professional sports, and have encountered numerous obstacles on the road to athletic success. Containing more than 15,000 biographies ranging from several lines to eight pages in length, Baker's provides unparalleled coverage of the world's greatest and lesser-known musicians in the uniquely insightful and always meticulous style of lexicographer extraordinaire Nicolas Slonimsky.

Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians could be used like a "Who's Who" if the musical world. Customer Reviews: This is a good reference book, although it falls short of the intentions of its compilers. 6 Main Reading Room Reference Collection.

Schirmer Reference is currently owned bya division of. Baker's Bakers Biographical dictionary of musicians. dictionary of musicians. 3 Main Reading Room Reference Collection RFq 780. Ninth edition 2001 ;, Vol. Each new edition was faced with decisions not only of whom to add but also of whom to delete. 1896 ; 1897 ;1901 ;• Best Sellers Rank: 3,842,225 in Books• The biographies are good for a quick reference, but they also lead to further, more complex research questions.

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in a single, well-organized source, providing both bibliographic and anecdotal information. This is an incredibly useful dictionary, from Aaron, abbot of St.

Baker's biographical dictionary of musicians. (Book, 1919) []

Some new musicians, such as mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli, violinist Sarah Chang, and bass-baritone Bryn Terfel, have been added. First edition [ ] The first edition, published in 1900, has 647 pages plus an Appendix of 5 pages. A ninth edition is planned for 2007, or so I hear.