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Editorial Reviews

Listen to an intelligent talk about one of the most recognized songwriters in history. Afterwards, pianist Stephen Gosling and soprano Amy Burton perform excerpts from Corigliano's 'Mr. Tambourine Man', and Fishman and his band perform several songs from their 'Basement Tapes Project'. Recorded live in New York, NY September 17, 2009.
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Noted cultural historian and music critic Greil Marcus talks with composers John Corigliano and Howard Fishman about their respective projects based around the works of Bob Dylan. Speaking before a live audience at City University of New York, New York, NY September 17, 2009.
©2009 The Graduate Center, CUNY (P)2009 The Graduate Center, CUNY
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