The world has finally found a woman composer of genius.
One of the first american students of Nadia Boulanger.
Swedish composeress and violinist.
“Ardent, spiky, and refreshingly organic.”
One of the most important female Czech composers.
It has happened more than once that a composition has come to me, ready-made as it were, between the demands of other work.
Her song Bells in the Rain was composed especially for The Art Song Project.
“(Grieg should be…) going down on his knees and begging her to deliver him from his occasional vulgarity.”
The first African-American woman composer to earn national recognition.
“undoubtedly one of the finest accompanist of the day”
And when I had that one little whiff of success that I‘ve had in my life, with the viola Sonata, the rumour went around, I hear, that I hadn‘t written the stuff myself.
If there is one thing of which I am certain, it is that my music is worthless.
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