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Doctoral Student Writes About Music Discoveries at Library of Congress

Posted on September 16, 2016

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Kate Doyle (left) and Libby Smigel examine one of Lucia Dlugoszewski’s scores. (Photo by Mary Wedgewood, Music Division, Library of Congress.)

Doctoral musicology candidate Kate Doyle wrote a blog post for the Library of Congress about discoveries of music commissioned by the Eric Hawking dance company.  

From the Library of Congress blog:  “Kate’s expertise in experimental music was an asset in identifying and organizing the vast amount of original music commissioned for Erick Hawkins and his modern dance company. She gave particular attention to Lucia Dlugoszewski’s scores, creative notes and writings, and personal papers. Thanks to her expertise and enthusiasm, this unique collection documenting dance and music collaboration will soon be available to the public.” 

To article by Doyle can be read here: http://blogs.loc.gov/music/2016/09/discovering-the-music-within-our-dance-collections-composer-lucia-dlugoszewski-and-the-erick-hawkins-dance-company/

 

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