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'''Jeanette THURBER''' (konata ankaŭ kiel '''Jeannette Meyers Thurber''', 29a de januaro, 1850, en Delhi, [[Novjorkio]] – 2a de januaro, 1946 en Bronxville, Novjorkio) wasestis amongstinter thela firstunuaj majorgravaj patronspatronoj ofde classical[[klasika musicmuziko]] inen the United States[[Usono]]. Thurber establishedestablis thela NationalNacian ConservatoryKonservatorion ofde MusicMuziko ofde AmericaAmeriko in(Usono) 1885—theen first1885 of itsla kindunua andsiatipa ankaj endeavor that some say ushered in the first orchestral music with a distinctively American sound. But in a very radical stance for the day, Thurber championed the rights of women, people of color and the handicapped to attend her school, sometimes on full scholarship. This was 1885—not too long after the Civil War—and her school was racially integrated, promoted women, and had an inclusive stance toward the handicapped.
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Thurber founded the school in part because of her belief that a nation should cultivate its own unique music—an unusual stance when the prevailing attitude was that all cultured art, especially orchestral music, came from Germany or Italy. While running the school, she sponsored competitions for American musicians to develop American music.
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