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Changes to definition of Pulitzer for music spark dissonance

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / June 1, 2004

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The Pulitzer Prize board has changed the language describing the prize for music in an effort to broaden the scope of the award while preserving its reputation for recognizing distinction. (Full Article: 727 Words)

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