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America's Gilded Age was a time of great musical evolution. As the country continued to develop a musical style apart from Europe, its church and religious music and opera took on new forms. This volume presents the composers, musicians, songwriters, instruments, and musical forms that uniquely identify the Gilded Age.
John Ogasapian was a Professor of Music History at University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and author of Music of the Colonial and Revolutionary Era (Greenwood, 2004). N. Lee Orr is Coordinator of Music History and Literature at Georgia State University.