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Frank J. Oteri is a musician, composer and editor of, a web magazine published by the New York-based American Music Center. Oteri’s compositions run a gamut from operas to bluegrass songs and have been performed at venues from Carnegie Hall to the Knitting Factory. He is an advocate for new music and has written articles on the subject for publications such as Time Out New York, BBC Music, and the Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.

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Frank J. Oteri, a composer and editor of New Music Box for the American Music Center, talks about the American Music Center and it's mission. The AMC was started in 1939 as a Service Organization. There are over 50 of these Centers in the World, mostly in Europe, and most of the centers are members of the International Association of Music Information Centers. In 1939, the AMC began as a library for scores. Their collection was eventually donated to a public library and their current collection is now on the Web.

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