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Music and Politics in San Francisco: From the 1906 Quake to the Second World War. By Leta E. Miller. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012.

  • Mark Clague

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1 Miller, Leta, “Elmer Keeton and His Bay Area Negro Chorus: Creating an Artistic Identity in Depression-Era San Francisco,” Black Music Research Journal 30/2 (Fall 2010): 303–36; Miller, , “The Multitude Listens with the Heart: Orchestras, Urban Culture, and the Early Years of the San Francisco Symphony,” in Music, American Made: Essays in Honor of John Graziano, ed. Koegel, John, 161–90 (Sterling Heights, MI: Harmonie Park Press, 2011); Miller, , “Racial Segregation and the San Francisco Musicians’ Union, 1923–60,” Journal of the Society for American Music 1/2 (May 2007): 161206; Miller, and Lieberman, Fredric, Composing a World: Lou Harrison, Musical Wayfarer (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004); Miller, and Smith, Catherine Parsons, “Playing with Politics: Crisis in the San Francisco Federal Music Project,” California History 86/2 (2009): 2647, 68–71.

2 Florida, Richard, The Rise of the Creative Class and How It's Transforming Work, Leisure, Community, and Everyday Life (New York: Basic Books, 2003; rev. ed., 2014).

Music and Politics in San Francisco: From the 1906 Quake to the Second World War. By Leta E. Miller. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012.

  • Mark Clague

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