- Pollack, Howard
Aaron Copland: The Life and Work of an Uncommon Man.
Faber & Faber, London, 1999, , , , Near Fine /Near Fine
xi, 690 pp. First UK ed. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Contents: A Copland Portrait; Background Matters; Early Education and First Works; Paris; Copland the Music of Europe; From Sonata Movement to Grohg (1921-24); Return and Rediscovery; The Usable Past; From the Organ Symphony to “Vocalise” (1924–28); From Vitebsk to the Piano Variations (1928–30); Copland Among his Peers; Copland and Younger American Composers; South of the Border; Personal Affairs; Copland and the American Theater; An Engaged Citizen; From the Short Symphony to A Prairie Journal (1933-37); From Billy the Kid to John Henry (1938–40); Music for the Movies and for Keyboard (1939–41); From Lincoln Portrait to Danzo?n Cubano (1942). From The North Star to Appalachian Spring (1943–44); From “Jubilee Variation” to Four Piano Blues (1945–48); From The Red Pony to the Piano Quartet (1948–50); The Changing Scene; From Old American Songs to the Piano Fantasy (1950–57); From Dance Panels to Connotations (1959-62); From Emblems to Proclamation (1964–82); Identity Issues; The later years.