Morton Gould
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Morton Gould

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by Amadeus Press

Written by Peter W. Goodman.

American Salute. AMADEUS. With Hardcover. 6.25x9.25 inches. 394 pages. Published by Amadeus Press. (HL.00331575)

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Morton Gould (1913-1996) was a dominant force in American music throughout most of the 20th century. This phenomenally talented composer, conductor, arranger, and pianist worked in vaudeville and on radio, from Tin Pan Alley to Broadway, all the while churning out jingles, symphonies, and everything in between. His popularity, however, may have been the reason that he never received due recognition for his concert music. Peter Goodman began working on this biography with Gould himself more than a year before his death and was allowed full access by the family to all of Gould's diaries and files.

 
 
 
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