BULLARD, Beth. American, b. 1939. Genres: Music. Career: Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, instructor in music, 1968-79, 1983-87, 1993-94, member of artist faculty in music, 1987-92; Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, visiting assistant professor of music, 1994-95. University of Rochester, member of visiting faculty at Eastman School of Music, 1994. Flutist. Publications: EDITOR: (with A. Krantz) Harold Zabrak, Three Pieces for Flute and Guitar, 1984; (and trans.) Musica getutscht: A Treatise on Musical Instruments (1511) by S. Virdung, 1993. Contributor to music journals. Address: 364 W. South St., Carlisle, PA 17013, U.S.A.
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