Ted Libbey http://wrti.org en An Encyclopedia of Classical Music--The Arts in Criminal Justice--Degas and Japanese Art http://wrti.org/post/encyclopedia-classical-music-arts-criminal-justice-degas-and-japanese-art <p>Ted Libbey: Author of <i>The NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music</i>.</p> <p>Philadelphia hosts the first Arts in Criminal Justice National Conference. Jane Golden, conference organizer and Philly's Mural Arts Program director, discusses role of the arts in criminal justice. </p> <p><i>Degas and the Art of Japan</i>, at the Reading Public Museum, explores the influence of Japanese art on French impressionist Edgar Degas.</p> Thu, 04 Oct 2007 13:22:00 +0000 Jim Cotter & Susan Lewis & Jason Peifer 1882 at http://wrti.org An Encyclopedia of Classical Music--The Arts in Criminal Justice--Degas and Japanese Art Ted Libbey http://wrti.org/post/ted-libbey <p>This week, a conversation with Ted Libbey, author of The NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music. His book has broken new ground in publishing by having a companion website where readers can listen to full length examples of musical works cross-referenced in the book. Tom Dinardo explains how he spent six years trying to organize a performance of a work for organ by legendary Hollywood composer David Raksin. Susan Lewis explores Betsy Ross House. And Jason Peifer previews the world premiere of Some Men, a Terrence McNally play set to open at the Philadelphia Theatre Company.</p> Sat, 13 May 2006 16:09:00 +0000 Jim Cotter & Susan Lewis & Tom Dinardo & Jason Peifer 1703 at http://wrti.org