35th Annual ASCAP Deems Taylor Award Recipients

AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS

  • Richard Crawford * America's Musical Life, A History * W.W. Norton & Co.
  • Stephanie Stein Crease * Gil Evans-Out of the Cool: His Life and Music * A Cappella Books
  • James Gollin * Pied Piper: The Many Lives of Noah Greenberg * Pendragon Press
  • David Hajdu * Positively Fourth Street * Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc.
  • Carol A. Hess * Manuel de Falla and Modernism in Spain,1898-1936 * University of Chicago Press
  • Chuck Klosterman * Fargo Rock City * Scribner
  • Ellen G. Koskoff * Music in Lubavitcher Life * University of Illinois Press
  • Erik Ryding and Rebecca Pechefsky * Bruno Walter: A World Elsewhere * Yale University Press

WRITERS, EDITORS AND PUBLICATIONS

  • Eric Boehlert * "Pay for Play" * www.salon.com
  • Audra D.S. Burch * "Thug Life" * The Miami Herald
  • Ben Edmonds, Smokey Robinson, Harry Weinger * Marvin Gaye: What's Going On (Deluxe Edition) * Universal Music Enterprises
  • David Fricke * "Shelter from the Storm" * Rolling Stone
  • Kyle Gann * "Minimal Music, Maximal Impact," * NewMusicBox, the Web magazine from the American Music Center
  • Holly George-Warren * Sacred Hearts & Fallen Angels: The Gram Parsons Anthology * Rhino Records
  • Chester Lane * "The Vital Role of Community Orchestras in America" * Symphony, the magazine of the American Symphony Orchestra League
  • Andrew Manze * Handel: Complete Violin Sonatas * Harmonia Mundi USA
  • Howard Reich and William Gaines * "The Great Violin Chase" * The Chicago Tribune
  • Greg Sandow * "View from the East: Kitschometer" * NewMusicBox, the Web magazine from the American Music Center
  • Ken Tucker * "Webb Pierce's ‘There Stands the Glass'" * Tin House

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

  • Francis Davis * Like Young: Jazz, Pop, Youth and Middle Age * Da Capo Press
  • Ned Rorem * A Ned Rorem Reader * Yale University Press
  • William A. Shack * Harlem In Montmartre: A Paris Jazz Story Between The Great Wars * University of California Press
  • Fred Lerdahl * Tonal Pitch Space * Oxford University Press
  • Geoffrey Himes * "Born on the Bayou" * No Depression Magazine
  • "Sweet Inspiration" * Baltimore City Paper
  • Tom Piazza * "Note In A Bottle" * The Oxford American

BROADCAST AWARDS

  • Host/Co-Executive producer Terry Gross and co-Executive Producer Danny Miller * Fresh Air * WHYY Radio, Philadelphia
  • Evening at Pops: "Fiddlers Three" * Bill Cosel, WGBH-TV and the Boston Pops Orchestra

INTERNET

  • Susan A. Elliott, Editor * www.musicalamerica.com

TIMOTHY WHITE AWARD for OUTSTANDING MUSICAL BIOGRAPHY

  • Charles R. Cross * Heavier than Heaven: A Biography of Kurt Cobain * Hyperion