Music Lecture: "The Sound of Broadway's Mean Streets"
Raymond Knapp (UCLA) holds degrees from Harvard, Radford, and Duke. His books include "The American Musical and the Formation of National Identity" and "The American Musical and the Performance of Personal Identity." His published essays address a wide range of additional interests, including Beethoven, Wagner, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, nationalism, musical allusion, music and identity, and film music.
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