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Federal Music Project

Federal Music Project (U.S.)

Federal Music Project

[second preliminary report covering its scope and activities during its first nine months]

by Federal Music Project (U.S.)

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Published by WPA in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title.

StatementDivision of Women"s and Professional Projects.
ContributionsUnited States. Work Projects Administration. Division of Women"s and Professional Projects.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCL 95/01012 (M)
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. :
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL882494M
LC Control Number95170487

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The Federal Music Project book Music Project (FMP), part of the Federal government of the United States New Deal program Federal Project Number One, employed musicians, conductors and composers during the Great Depression.

In addition to performing thousands of concerts, offering music classes, organizing the Composers Forum Laboratory, hosting music festivals and creating 34 new orchestras, employees of. Administrative records of Federal Project No. 1; Records of the Federal Art Project (FAP) Records of the Federal Music Project (FMP) Records of the Federal Theatre Project (FTP) Records of the Federal Writers' Project (FWP).

The prime objective of the Federal Music Project () and the subsequent WPA Music Program () was to employ professional musicians registered on the relief rolls. The project employed these musicians as instrumentalists, singers, concert performers, and music teachers. Sounds of the New Deal The Federal Music Project in the West.

How the music of the people--all people--triumphed and reshaped America. At its peak the Federal Music Project (FMP) employed nea people who reached millions of Americans through performances, composing, teaching, and folksong collection and transcription.

FEDERAL MUSIC the Great Depression, radio and sound movies had forced thousands of musicians into unemployment; music was being delivered electronically rather than by live economic collapse intensified their situation, causing by a 60 percent displacement (an estima to 70, people), compared to a national unemployment rate of 25 percent.

The Federal Theatre Project (FTP; –) was a theatre program established during the Great Depression as part of the New Deal to fund live artistic performances and entertainment programs in the United was one of five Federal Project Number One projects sponsored by the Works Progress Administration, created not as a cultural activity but as a relief measure to employ artists.

In Cornelius Canon's dissertation, "The Federal Music Project of the Works Progress Administration: Music in a Democracy" () we get the most comprehensive overview of the impact of the WPA Federal Music Project. As Kenneth Bindas states in his dissertation, All of this music belongs to the nation (which he published in book form.

At its peak the Federal Music Project (FMP) employed nea people who reached millions of Americans through performances, composing, teaching, and folksong collection and transcription.

In Sounds of the New Deal, Peter Gough explores how the FMP's activities in the West shaped a new national appreciation for the diversity of American. Other articles where WPA Federal Music Project is discussed: Great Depression: Federal arts programs: the Federal Art Project, the Federal Music Project, the Federal Writers’ Project, and the Federal Theatre Project as part of the WPA; thousands of artists, architects, and educators found work in American museums, which flourished during the Great Depression.

Sarah Gudger Audio Reenactment: Slave Narrative from the Federal Writers Project of - Duration: Buncombe County Government Recommended for you Funding My Music was created by artists and for artists, to serve as a viable solution to the question that nearly every artist faces: “How do I fund my music project?” We know how frustrating it is to have a passion burning in your heart and not have the resources to bring that band, song or project to life.

F.M.M. can help you to obtain. The Federal Music Project (FMP) was a branch of the WPA formed with the purpose of providing work for unemployed musicians, vocalists, and music educators, who had been hit particularly hard during the era’s dismal economy, as well as to educate the public about music appreciation through the production of thousands of free concerts.

A propaganda comic book published by the Catechetical Guild Educational Society raising the specter of a Communist takeover. One criticism of the WPA Federal Music Project to keep in mind was the claim that it represented a Communist (and thus very un-American) method of supporting the musical arts.

This was during the Popular Front ( to — the very same date range as the. [1] On May 6,President Roosevelt issued Executive Orderwhich created the Works Progress Administration. On August 2,Harry Hopkins, announced the creation of Federal Project Number One, which offered employment to relief eligible men and women in.

The Federal Music Project (FMP), part of the Federal government of the United States New Deal program Federal One, employed musicians, conductors and composers during the Great Depression. [1] People in the music world had been particularly hard-hit by the era's economic downturn. In addition to performing thousands of concerts, offering music classes, organizing the Composers Forum Laboratory.

Sounds of the New Deal: the Federal Music Project in the West. [Peter Gough] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Gough. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Federal Music Project (U.S.).

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Music in American Life. Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: Uni-versity of Illinois Press, xvi, pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliog-Author: Kenneth J. Bindas. Federal Music Project in New Orleans was an unusually successful program due to the special talents of its administrators, the rich pre-existing musical heritage of the city, and the generally positive interaction between the people of New Orleans and the FMP.

Use the site to login to your FedEx account, get your tracking status, find a FedEx near you, learn more about how to become a better shipper, get online print .The Federal Music Project (FMP) was one of four innovative depression-era programs in the Works Progress Administration's (WPA) Federal Am Projects.

The Art, Theater, and Writing projects have all received book-length examinations memorializing them as representative New Deal experiments.Collection: New Mexico Federal Music Project Link: Click here to view the complete record for this item Read more about Farm Security Administration Photograph.