Boulanger, Nadia Juliette Composers Composition Music
French composer, music teacher, and conductor Nadia Juliette Boulanger (1887-1979) was a student of Fauré. Nadia stopped composing after the death of younger sister Lili. She taught in France and in the United States and her students included Aaron Copland, Walter Piston, and Roger Sessions. She also established several firsts as a woman conductor.
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- Boulanger, Nadia - Article with pronunciation, major works and accomplishments from the Columbia b Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001.
- Nadia Juliette Boulanger - Highlights of compositional and other musical achievements from Distinguished Women of Past and Present.
- Nadia Boulanger - Biography, articles, photographs, list of students, and writings.
- Boulanger, Nadia Juliette - Biography noting impact of Stravinsky and Fauré, also b her associates, teaching influence, and pioneering conducting. From b the Grove Concise Dictionary of Music entry at b WQXR radio.
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