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Phillip T. Young

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The Look of Music

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The Look of Music

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Employment History

University of North Texas , Denton


Affiliations

American Musical Instrument Society Inc

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Web References(11 Total References)


www.pendragonpress.com

Phillip T. YoungAuthor/Editor Phillip T. Young, member of the Board of Governors of the American Musical Instrument Society and editor of The Look of Music, the Vancouver Centennial Musical Instrument Collection Catalogue, has personally inspected more than three-quarters of these instruments in major museums as well as in private collections so s mall that they do not appear in even the most recent directories.The combination of his two short inventories (The Galpin Society Journal, 1967, 1978), intensified research, reader contributions, and the incorporation of other less-complete listings has enabled Prof. Young to compile a research tool that is unequaled in thoroughness and the majority of which has not been previously available.


amis.org

Phillip T. Young (1991-95)


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Phillip T. Young (1991-1995)


vancouverhistory.ca [cached]

The guiding force behind the mounting of the show was Dr. Phillip T. Young of the School of Music, University of Victoria.
Dr. Young was an active member of the American Musical Instrument Society.


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Phillip T. Young III, University of North Texas, Denton (1996, 1994)


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