Arthur Bliss – Music and Literature

'Arthur Bliss - Music and Literature' is the title of a new collection of essays on this important and prominent composer who held the position of Master of the Queen's Music from 1953 until his death in 1975. The publication has been edited by Stewart R Craggs.
Roderick Dunnett, Robert Meikle, Brian Crimp, Alan Cuckston, Paul Jackson, Stephen Lloyd, Lewis Foreman and Lyndon Jenkins have written essays surveying various aspects of Bliss's career, including his collaborations, his film music, his time in the USA, his songs and his career as a conductor. For further information, or to purchase this volume online, visit the Ashgate website.

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