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Harrison, Lou - periodical articles

Andrews, P. and A. Rodd. "Pioneers of American Music," Keyboard Classics, 4 1984, 8.

Barrouyer, S. "L'anniversire de Lou Harrison, Mai, 1977," Musique en Jeu, 30 March 1978, 121-4.

Becker, J. "One Perspective of Gamelan in America." Asian Music, 15 1983, 87.

Brin, David M. "Lou Harrison: Sound of East and West," Strings, 3 March 1990, 55.

Brint, Steven. "Hidden Meanings: Cultural Content in Harrison," Sociology Theory, 10 Fall 1992, 194.

Bruner, David L. "Cultural Diversity in the Choral Music of Lou Harrison," The Choral Journal, 32 May 1992, 17.

Commanday, R. "(Peace Pieces) Cabrillo Festival -- New Setting for Frank Martin," Musical America, 18 November 1968, 16.

Commanday, R. "(Symphony on G) The Cabrillo Festival: Making its Own Tules," Musical America, 26 December 1976, 18-19.

Daniel, O. "Lou Harrison," Broadcast Music Inc., January 1967, 10.

Fairchild, F. "Hall of Fame Awards," Percussive Notes, 24 1986, 5.

Francois, J.C. "Percussion Sound Sculptures," Percussionist, 18 1981, 40-70.

Francombe, L. "(Concerto for Piano) 1985-6, Premieres and Season Highlights," Symphony Magazine, 36 1985, 42.

Frankenstein, A. "(Young Caesar) Debuts & Reappearances," Musical America, 21 November 1971, 15.

Galardi, S. "(Concerto for Piano) Premieres, The Composer Speaks," Musical America, 35 October 1985, 15.

Gilbert, S.E. "(Alleluia for Orchestra) The Ultra-Modern Idiom: A Survey of New Music," Perspectives of New Music, 12 1973-1974, 293.

Henahan, D. J. "(Symphony on G) Reviews on Records," Music Quarterly, 55 1969, 285.

Hendre, J. "Rejsebrev fra USA," Dansk Musiktidsskrigt, 64 1989-90, 95-7.

Hertelendy, P. "The Cabrillo Festival," Musical America, 33 January 1983, 31-3.

Kakinuma, T. and M. Fujieda. "I am one of Mr. Ives' Legal Heirs: an Interview With Lou Harrison," Sonus: A Journal Of Investigators Into Global Musical Possibilities, 9 1989, 46-58.

Keezer, T. "(Double Music) A Study of Selected Percussion Ensemble Music of the 20th Century," Percussionist, 8 1970, 15-23.

Keislar, D. "Six American Composers on Nonstandard Tunings," Perspectives of New Music, 29 1991, 176.

Kenyon, N. "(At The Tomb of Charles Ives) Musical Events: Beginnings," New Yorker, 57 November 1981, 167-8.

Kohs, E.B. "Concerto in Slendro, California," Musical America, 83 January 1963, 73.

Kohn, K. "Concerto in Slendro, Los Angeles," Music Quarterly, 49 1963, 88-90.

Kostelantz, Richard. "Lou Harrison, California Eclectic," The World and I, 7 May 1992, 150.

Kostelantz, Richard. "A Conversation in Eleven-Minus-One Parts, With Lou," Music Quarterly, 76 Fall 1992, 383.

Ledesma, O. "(Canticle No. 3) Conjunto de Percusion de West Virgina," American Music Digest, 1 November 1969, 8.

McDermott. "Gamelans and New Music," Music Quarterly, 72 1986, 16-27.

Meyer-Denkman, G. "(Percussion Quartet) In Oldenburg hat die Avantgarde Biele Anahange," Zeitschrigt fur neue musik, 30 February 1963, 56.

Moor, P. "Cabrillo: A Race Constellation," Musical America, 111 1991, 46-7.

Morton, L. "Mass (Recording)," Music Quarterly, 43 October 1957, 566-8.

Norton, L.D. "Louis and Clark College, Lou Harrison's 70th Birthday," Musical America, 107 1987, 29-30.

Oja, C.J. "The Writings of Lou Harrison, A Salute at Seventy," Institute for Studies in American Music, 16 1987, 1-2.

Osborne, C.L. "(Rapunzel) Spring in Town," Opera News, 24 October 1959, 26.

Remolif, C. "(Rapunzel) California," Opera News, 31 October 1966, 24.

Ringo, J. "The Lute of the Orient," American Composers Alliance Bulletin, 7 1958, 12.

Rockwell, J. "(Young Caesar) San Francisco," Opera News, 36 January 1972, 30.

Sabin, R. "Some Younger American Composers," Tempo, 64 1963, 26.

Sandow, G. "A Profound Influence," The Village Voice, 29 February 1984, 86.

Schulz, F.K. "Lou Harrison Works in Seclusion Close to Village of Aptos," Music of the West Magazine, 17 May 1962, 20-21.

Siegel, W. "Interview Med. Lou Harrison," Dansk Musiktidsskrigt, 53 1978, 5-7.

Siure, T. "Lou Harrison at the University of Illinois (Interview)," Percussive Notes, 18 1980, 30-33.

Shaffer, Richard. "A Cross-Cultural Eclectic: Lou Harrison and his Music," Percussive Notes, 29 December 1990.

Smith, S. "Lou Harrison's Fugue for Percussion," Percussionist, 16 1979, 47-56.

Steinberg, J. "(Varied Trio) Artists on Repertoire," Chamber Music Magazine, 5 1988, 10.

Sucharitkul, S. "Contemporary Music in the Far East: A Report," Music News, 6 1976, 9-13.

Thomas, D.W. "Lou Harrison's Double Concerto for Gamelan, Violin and Cello: Juxtaposition of Individual and Cultural Expectations," Asian Music, 15 1983, 90-101.

Tortolano, W. "(Mass to the Glory of God) Melody in 20th Century Masses," Diapason, 60 April 1969, 18-19.

Turrell, E. "Lou Harrison (Thoughts on his Life and Music, With List of Recorded Works)," The American Harp Journal, 3 1971, 25-26.

Vanlandingham, L. "(Canticle No. 3) The Percussion Ensemble, 1930-1945," Percussionist, 10 1992, 11-25.

Verdery, B. "Contemporary Classical, Looking at Lou Harrison," Guitar, 22 November 1988, 110.

Wade, J. "Lou Harrison: Wast Meets West," Musical America, 82 December 1962, 62.

Wade, J. "The Nooble Lyrical Art of Lou Harrison (Recordings)" American Record, 43 November 1979, 10-11.

Wallace, K.D. "(Rapunzel) Cabrillo Report," Musical America, 16 November 1966, 24-5.

Woodard, Josef. "Lou Harrison: His Double Concerto for Violin, Cello and Javanese Gamelan," Option, 41 November 1991, 56.

Yates, P. "Lou Harrison (Includes List of Works)," American Composers Alliance Bulletin, 9 1960, 2-7.

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