ii Interview by Craig Reardon.
iii Jerome Moross to Christopher Palmer, February 17, 1976, Jerome Moross Papers. Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University.
iiii Interview by Craig Reardon, op. cit.
v Vivian Perlis, Charles Ives Remembered: An Oral History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1974).
vi Jerome Moross, interview by John Caps, August 31, 1979.
vii Aaron Copland, Copland on Music (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1960), 161.
viii Moross’s ballet, An American Pattern, would come directly after Copland’s Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
ix Moross’s grandson, Joshua, interviewed his great-uncle Charlie, who related the story of a time that the composer took him to Coney Island just to hear a carousel.
x Lawrence Morton, “Jerome Moross: Young Man Goes Native,” Modern Music 22, 2 (1945), 111-114.
xi Jerome Moross to Christopher Palmer, March 22, 1973. Private Collection of Susanna Moross Tarjan.
xii Jerome Moross, interview by Paul Snook for WRVR Radio, 1970.
xiii Jerome Moross to William Fitelson, August 13, 1944. Jerome Moross Papers.
xiv Carl Sandburg, The American Songbag (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1940), 75.
xv Interview by Craig Reardon, op cit.
xvi Jerome Moross to Christopher Palmer, July 19, 1972. Jerome Moross Papers.
xvii Mark N. Grant, The Rise and Fall of the Broadway Musical (Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press, 2004), 109-110
xviii Jerome Moross to Hazel, Tuesday, January 23 . Jerome Moross Papers.
xix Interview by John Caps, op. cit.
xx Interview by Paul Snook, op cit.
xxi Windflowers: The Songs of Jerome Moross. PS Classics , CD (rec. April 2000) xxii Jerome Moross, liner notes to “Sonatina for Brass Quintet,” Pro Musica of London; David Katz, director; John Wilbraham, Laurie Evans, trumpets; Nicholas Busch, horn; Roger Brenner, trombone; John Jenkins, tuba. Desto DC-6469 , LP. Quoted in Charles Turner, “Jerome Moross: An Introduction and Annotated Worklist,” Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 61, no. 3 (2005), 692. xxiii Interview by John Caps, op. cit. xxiv Ibid.