Dusinberre, Edward


Title
Dusinberre, Edward
Creator:
Dusinberre, Edward, 1968, interviewee; Kiefer, Richard, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2012
Date digitized:
2012
Length of interview:
45 minutes, 46 seconds
Description:

Ed Dusinberre, violinist with the Takács String Quartet and a University of Colorado at Boulder music professor, speaks about the importance of music to the human experience for both individuals and communities. He delves into topics of understanding music, the connection between music and emotion, and the experience of being a musician, as well as talking about his own development as a musician and about music education in general.

Subject:
String quartets.
Chamber music.
Music appreciation.
Music, psychological aspects.
Language:
English
Original Format:
digital audio
Notes:
This radio program was recorded for KGNU and aired in 2012. It was later donated to the Maria Rogers Oral History Collection for archiving.
Local call number:
oh1934
Copyright:
Copyright restrictions applying to the use or reproduction of oral history interviews are available from the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History/Boulder Public Library.
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