Allan Evans (record producer)

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Allan Evans (born 1956 in Hollywood, California) is an American musicologist and record producer.

In 1996, Evans founded the Arbiter Recording Company, which was in 2002 reformed as a non-commercial organization Arbiter of Cultural Traditions, Inc. By 2012, he had produced over 200 recordings[1] about forgotten artists. Evans teaches at Mannes College, The New School for Music, New York,[2] and is co-director of the Scuola Italiana del Greenwich Village.[1] He is author of the book Ignaz Friedman. Romantic Master Pianist, and editor of the book Moriz Rosenthal in Word and Music: a Legacy of the Nineteenth Century.[2] Evans also co-authored La Cucina Picena with wife Beatrice Muzi.

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  1. ^ a b Kozinn, Allan (6 March 2005). "In Search of the Thrift Store Sonata". The New York Times. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Ignaz Friedman. Romantic Master Pianist". Indiana University Press. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 

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