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The respect, friendship and conviction of a group of dreamers.

Ivan Lopez

The respect, but above all the admiration that is among the members of a special community of composers, promotes the establishment of a new era of musicians which lay in high America. 836 more words

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The Pan American Association of Composers

The Pan American Association of Composers is a organization dedicated to the promotion of experimental contemporary music and  performance in the USA, Latin America and Europe. 781 more words

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The Pan American Association of Composers

The Pan American Association of Composers was establish the way for “new” and “experimental” types of music. It branched through and reached many composers from the United States of America, Central America, South America, and even as far as Europe(although European positive participation was rarely seen). 452 more words

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The PAAC: Fighting the Beast Today

Have you ever heard of music’s three “B’s”? Bach, Beethoven and Brahms maintain a level of respect within the musical world that cannot be matched. They are often coined as the three greatest musical composers who have ever lived and countless other composers throughout time have modeled their music after them. 679 more words

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The Reception and Performances of "New Music"

The history of the Pan American Association of Composers is interesting and brings insight into the accomplishments and struggles of its members. Founded by Edgard Varese in 1928, the association’s goal was to focus on promoting and supporting the music of its members, exclusively composers who were citizens of North, Central, and South America. 690 more words

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Charles Ives, The New Music Society, and the Pan-American Association of Composers

          Before the Pan-American Association of Composers was formed, there were a few other societies that were created to support new composers’ music as well as music from the Pan-American continents. 725 more words

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Reception of the Pan American Association of Composers

The Pan American Association of Composers is an organization dedicated to the promotion of experimental contemporary music in the USA, Latin America and Europe. Its main motivation was dedication to the interests of American composers rather than European. 434 more words

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