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  Contributor Biography:  Mario Champagne 
 
Mario Champagne, Administrative Director of the Department of Music at Stanford University, holds a Ph.D. in Musicology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been a member of the Gay and Lesbian Studies Group of the American Musicological Society since its inception in 1985.

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arts >> Falla (y Matheu), Manuel de

One of the most illustrious of twentieth-century Spanish composers, Manuel de Falla may have emigrated from Spain in reaction to the homophobia of the Franco regime.

arts >> Music: Classical

Classical music is an important component of Western culture to which glbt people have contributed significantly.

arts >> Poulenc, Francis

One of the first openly gay composers, Francis Poulenc became one of the most thoughtful composers of serious music in the twentieth century.

   

 

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