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date: 15 November 2019

Green, Stanley locked

  • Paula Morga
  • , revised by Jonas Westover

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(b New York, NY, May 29, 1923; d New York, NY, Dec 16, 1990). American writer on music. He attended Union College (BA 1943) and participated in the Army Special Training Program at the University of Nebraska (1944). His principal interest is the American musical theater. It was the subject of his radio program “The World of Musical Comedy” (WBAI, New York, 1961–5) and of Salute to American Musical Theater (1967), a revue that was presented both at the Waldorf Astoria in New York and at the White House. He was involved in two programs given at Lincoln Center, writing the script for “The Music of Kurt Weill” (1969) and advising on the music for “Review of Reviews” (1973). Green was a contributing editor for HiFi/Stereo Review (1957–63), wrote articles for the Saturday Review, the New York Times...

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