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Bernstein, Lawrence F

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Bernstein, Lawrence F, American musicologist; b. N.Y., March 25, 1939. He studied at Hofstra Univ. (B.S., 1960) and with LaRue and Reese at N.Y. Univ. (Ph.D., 1969, with the diss. Cantus Firmus in the French Chanson for Two and Three Voices, 1500-1550) . He taught at the Univ. of Chicago (1965–70). Bernstein was assoc. prof. (1970–81) and prof. (from 1981) of music at the Univ. of Pa., where he also was chairman of the music dept. (1972-73; 1974-77) and later was the Karen and Gary Rose Term prof. of Music. He also served as a visiting prof. at Columbia Univ. (1979), Princeton Univ. (1980), Rutgers Univ. (1982–83), and N.Y. Univ. (1982–83). He served as supervising ed. of the Masters and Monuments of the Renaissance series (from 1970), to which he contributed, as ed.-in-chief of the Journal of the American Musicological Society (1975–77), as a member of the editorial board of the New Josquin Edition (1982–92), and as general ed. of the American Musicological Soc. Monuments series (from 1990). In 1987-88 he held a Guggenheim fellowship. In addition to contributions to journals and other publications, he wrote articles for The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1980).

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