The Dictionary of Performing Arts in Australia: Opera, Music, Dance

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Allen & Unwin, 1996 - Reference - 343 pages
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"Containing over 1000 entries, this dictionary covers all aspects of the performing arts in Australia from colonial times to the present day. It includes biographies of performers of stage, screen and television, of composers, choreographers, conductors, stage designers, playwrights, script writers, librettists, lyricists, film producers and directors; descriptions of theatres; information on theatre companies; outlines of the plots of important films; and information on festivals, awards, scholarships, schools, conservatoriums and support bodies." - product description.
  

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Page 96 - Goossens was conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and director of the New South Wales Conservatory.
Page 102 - June 1991 when he was fittingly made a Member of the General Division of the Order of Australia for services to planning.
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Page 119 - University and holds a Master of Music Degree from the Eastman School of Music. His numerous compositions include a symphony, three string quartets, and an opera, "The Wife of Martin Guerre," first performed at Juilliard in 1956.
Page 106 - University in 1948. and was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Music in 1931 and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1941.
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