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Composing Music From Bel Canto -- For a Musical Civil Rights Movement
- Every Child Has The Right To Sing, by Kathy Wolfe, The American Almanac,
That Which Underlies Motivic Thorough-Composition -- Musical
Memory and Thorough-Composition, by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Published in The Executive
Intelligence Review, September 1, 1995.
- The African-American Spiritual And The Resurrection of Classical
Art -- Not Force, But Beauty, Will Change America, by Dennis Speed, October 9,
- Anton Dvorak and the Fight For American Musical Culture, by
Dennis Speed, The American Almanac, 1993.
- The Battle Mozart Won In America's War With Britain, by David
Shavin, The Executive Intelligence Review, September 6, 1991.
- On His 200th Birthday -- Franz Schubert: Striving For The Highest In
Art, by Stephan Marienfeld, translated by Paul Gallagher, The American
Almanac, November 10, 1997.
- Heinrich Heine: Only Genius Has A New Word For A New Thought,
by Elisabeth Hellenbroich, translated by Rick Sanders, The American Almanac,
December 8 and 15, 1997.
- The Power of Great Poetry To Shape Character And Build the Nation:
Dante, Humboldt, and Helen Keller, by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach. Conference Speech, Schiller
Institute Conference, February 18-19, 1996. Printed in Fidelio Magazine, Summer, 1996.
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- Wilhelm von Humboldt's Classical Education Curriculum, by
Marianna Wertz. The American Almanac, March 15, 1993.