One person, One music: reconsidering the Duke-Dukelsky musical style
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DepartmentTowson University. Department of Music
Citation of Original PublicationZiegel, Aaron. “One Person, One Music: Reconsidering the Duke-Dukelsky Musical Style.” American Music 28, no. 3 (2010): 320–45. doi:10.5406/americanmusic.28.3.0320.
Duke, Vernon, 1903-1969
"[E]xamining Duke’s work, one finds patterns of stylistic consistency that unite his two compositional personalities. Those patterns undercut Duke’s professed dual identity as a composer. His self-construction as a composer with competing or alternating musical personas appears to be an artifice of creative protection, one might say, born out of the struggle to win success in both the popular and classical arenas."
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