Women of Note
In the early 20th century, being a female composer was a dangerous game, yet the allure of writing music enticed women from all walks of life. A fresh and comprehensive chronicle, this account makes some startling discoveries about the female contributions to Australian classical music from Margaret Sutherland's pioneering modernism in the 1950s to Peggy Glanville-Hicks's globally acclaimed operas. With candid interviews and evocative musical descriptions, this fascinating celebration traces the lives and music of those who have substantially shaped Australia's music history.
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