ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 17, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: David Brinkley
(NYC) Pulitzer Prize for music winner Ellen Taaffe Zwilich featured; portions of her composition heard. [ZWILICH - discusses being 1st woman to win Pulitzer for music.] [Composer Jacob DRUCKMAN - acknowledges unspoken prejudice against female composers.] [Composer/conductor Gunther SCHULLER - acknowledges women composers haven't received due credit.] Zwilich noted 1st woman in Juilliard's history to earn doctorate in music composition; her personal and professional life reviewed. [ZWILICH - comments on relationship between husband's death and her music.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips
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