Music in the mountains the first fifty years of the aspen music festival bruce berger on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers berger a writer and pianist charts the growth of the aspen music festival from a tent in a meadow and rented teaching space to permanent performing venues and school facilities based on interviews with musicians. The aspen music festival and school is a their music students and the foundation was set for the amfs as it is known today in 1951 the school enrolled its first official class with 183 music students that same year igor stravinsky became the first conductor to present his own works with the festival early founding musicians included baritone mack harrell father of cellist lynn . Music in the mountains the first fifty years of the aspen music festival bruce berger big earth publishing 2001 music 167 pages 0 reviews reads like a whos who of classical music featuring a parade of international greats from arthur rubinstein igor stravinsky and aaron copland to itzhak perlman midori and james levine preview this book what people are saying write a . Get this from a library music in the mountains the first fifty years of the aspen music festival bruce berger. 50 out of 5 stars music in the mountains the first fifty years of the aspen music festival
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