Maynard Solomon

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Maynard Solomon (born January 5, 1930) is an American writer and a former music producer. He was a co-founder of Vanguard Records, and later became a writer on music.[1]

Selected discography of records produced by Maynard Solomon[change | edit source]

  • "Best of the Vanguard Years" (2000) (The Clancy Brothers)
  • "Best of the Vanguard Years" (2000) (Tom Paxton)
  • "Best of the Vanguard Years" (1998) (Ian and Sylvia)
  • "Best of the Vanguard Years" (2004) (The Rooftop Singers)
  • "Best of the Vanguard Years" (2003) (Buffy Sainte-Marie)
  • "Best of the John Hammond" (1989) (John Hammond)
  • "Best of the Eric Anderson" (1970) (Eric Anderson)
  • "Vanguard Sessions: Baez Sings Dylan" (1998) (Joan Baez)
  • "Reunion at Carnegia Hall, 1963, Pt 1" (2001) (The Weavers)
  • "Reunion at Carnegia Hall, 1963, Pt 2" (2001) (The Weavers)

Bibliography[change | edit source]

  • The Joan Baez Songbook (1964, by Maynard Solomon and Eric von Schmidt)
  • Noel: The Joan Baez Christmas Songbook (1967, by Joan Baez, Maynard Solomon and Eric von Schmidt)
  • Marxism and Art (1973)
  • "Beethoven and the Enlightenment" in Telos, 19 (Spring 1974). New York: Telos Press.
  • Myth Creativity Psychoanalysis: Essays in Honor of Harry Slochower (1979)
  • Mozart (1994)
  • Beethoven: Vida e Obra (1987)
  • Beethoven (1998)
  • Beethoven Essays (1988)
  • Memories of Beethoven (2003, by Gerhard von Breuning and Maynard Solomon).
  • Late Beethoven: Music, Thought, Imagination (2004)
  • Mozart: A Life (1995)

References[change | edit source]

  1. Nicolas Slonimsky, "Maynard Solomon", in: Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, 8th edition (1991/92).

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