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Aaron Copland School of Music

The Aaron Copland School of Music is one of the oldest and most distinguished departments at Queens College. It was founded when the College opened in 1937. The department's curriculum was originally established by Edwin Stringham, It has ably served generations of Queens College students. An early mentor and stabilizing influence was the composer Karol Rathaus, who was a refugee from Nazi Germany. A later emphasis on the analytical system of Heinrich Schenker was initiated by Saul Novack.



School name:Aaron Copland School of Music
Address:65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Zip & city:NY 11367  Michigan
Phone:718-997-3800
Web:http://qcpages.qc.cuny.edu/music/
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