This bio-bibliography catalogs more than 300 musical compositions of the prolific American composer, Daniel Pinkham. The compositions reflect Pinkham's success at securing commissions from a variety of individuals and organizations, and span his entire career to date as composer, performer, and teacher. The volume commences with a biography, and then supplies a complete catalog of works and a selected listing of performances. A discography of commercially produced recordings follows, with numbers corresponding to those in the previous sections. The final section is a bibliography, which is divided into two parts. The first part lists references to general reviews of Pinkham's work or reviews of more than one composition; the second part consists of reviews of specific pieces. As before, the pieces are cross-referenced to the preceding sections. The volume concludes with four appendixes: a list of works arranged chronologically by date of composition; an alphabetical list of works; the literary texts used in the works, listed by author; and biblical sources of the texts.
About the Author
KEE DEBOER is Social Sciences Group Leader at the California State University, Long Beach.
JOHN B. AHOUSE is University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian at California State University, Long Beach.
Table of Contents
Works and Performances
Appendix I: Chronological Listing of Compositions
Appendix II: Alphabetical Listing of Compositions
Appendix III: Poems Used as Texts
Appendix IV: Biblical References Used as Texts