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date: 17 November 2019

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  • Paula Morgan

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(b New York, June 28, 1939). American musicologist . He graduated from Harvard College with the BA in 1961, then began graduate studies at the Juilliard School, where he studied the flute and received the MS in 1963; he was also a flautist in the American Symphony Orchestra under Stokowski, 1962–5. He took further graduate courses at Columbia University, working with Lang and receiving the MA there in 1965 and the PhD in 1970. He then taught at the City College of CUNY from 1968 to 1970. He then joined the faculty at Cornell University, where he was made Herbert Gussman professor of music in 1995, and he was a member of the graduate faculty at Juilliard, 1988–91. In addition to his academic positions he was musicological advisor and scholar-in-residence of the Lincoln Center Festival celebration of the Mozart bicentennial, editor-in-chief of Current Musicology (1967–70) and book review editor of ...

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