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The World's Greatest Music
The greatest American composers ever, all assembled in one handy gallery! Get to know Glass, Bernstein, Whitacre, Gershwin and all the rest.
Born in Vienna, Jewish Arnold Schoenberg was forced out of Europe by the rise of the Nazis, taking a teaching position in the United States at the Malkin Conservatory in Boston. He later settled in California where he befriended fellow composer (and tennis partner) George Gershwin and began teaching at UCLA where his students included John Cage.
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