The Many Views of Betty Freeman

The Many Views of Betty Freeman

The Many Views of Betty Freeman
The Many Views of Betty Freeman
Photo montage by David Hockney; courtesy Betty Freeman

Betty Freeman in conversation with Frank J. Oteri

July 10, 2000

Transcribed by Lisa Kang

  1. The Last 40 Years
  2. Promoting a National Contemporary Music Culture
  3. Music & Visual Art
  4. American Music vs. European Music Today
  5. “Great American Composers”
  6. Audiences & Exposure, Here & Abroad
  7. Salzburg
  8. Newport Classics
  9. The Internet
  10. A More Intimate Future for Music
  11. Beyond Contemporary Music
  12. Photography
  13. Personal Music Background
  14. Encouraging Music Philanthropy

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