Sapp, Allen (1922-1999)
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is American composer Allen Sapp.
· Curtin, David. "The Piano Music of Allen Dwight Sapp: A Performer's Guide to the Complete Miscellaneous Works." Doctor of Musical Arts Dissertation, University of Cincinnati, 1997.
· Green, Alan. Allen Sapp. Eiji Hashimoto, harpsichord soloist, with the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart. Composers Recordings, CRI CD 765. Biography and program notes for a CD of three orchestral works by Sapp: Overture to "The Women of Trachis" (W115); Imaginary Creatures (W118); and A Concerto for Chamber Orchestra: "The Four Reasons" (W122).
· Green, Alan. Allen Sapp: A Bio-Bibliography. Greenwood Press, 1996.
· Pollack, Howard. Harvard Composers: Walter Piston and His Students from Elliott Carter to Frederic Rzewski. Scarecrow Press, 1992.
· Steele, Daniel L. "An Investigation into the Background and Implications of the Yale Seminar on Music Education." Doctor of Music Education Dissertation, University of Cincinnati, 1988.
· Almquist, Sharon G. "A History of the State University of New York at Buffalo Music Department to 1968." Masters Thesis, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1986.
· Almquist, Sharon G. "Music at the University of Buffalo: The Baird Years." American Music 10, no.1 (Spring 1992): 53-79.
· Green, Alan. Allen Sapp. http://muslib.lib.ohio-state.edu/sapp/index.htm
· Green, Alan. "Allen Sapp: Composer, Teacher and Administrator." Masters Thesis, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1994.
· Green, Alan. "Sapp, Allen (Dwight)." The New Grove Dictionary of Music. Ed. by Stanley Sadie; executive ed., John Tyrrell. Grove, 2001.
· Pignataro, P.J. "Allen Sapp, Jr., Noted Composer, Dies: Former Head of UB Music Department." Buffalo News, 9 January 1999.
· "Sapp, Allen" (obituary). The American Organist 33 (April 1999): 68.
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