Wood, Henry J. (Henry Joseph), 1869-1944

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English composer.

From the description of [Album leaf] autograph manuscript, 1927 Oct. 28. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270919891

English conductor.

From the description of Printed program of the Clifton Chamber Concerts, second season, fourth concertsigned, dated : Clifton, 17 March 1904, 1904 Mar. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270679372

From the description of Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : London, 29 June 1914, and Chorley Wood, 20 March 1929, to [Charles Copeley] Harding, 1914 June 29. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270679366

From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : London, 15 May 1903, to Joseph Bennett, 1903 May 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270679363

From the description of Autograph postal card signed, dated : [London, 17 August 1925], to Cesar Saerchinger, 1925 Aug. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270679369

Epithet: CH, conductor

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referencedIn W. S. (William Schwenck) Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan additional printed ephemera, 1815-2008. Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.
creatorOf MS Mus. 969. William Glock Collection. Vol. xxvii. Album of photographs of Sir Henry Wood, annotated by Lady Jessie Wood; 1869-1944. An inscription on the front cover reads ‘B. J. Nicholls Esqre. 1945 from J. W.’ff. ii + 35. 290 x 235mm. Blue b..., 1869-1944 British Library
creatorOf WOOD PAPERS. WOOD PAPERS: correspondence and papers of Sir Henry Joseph Wood, C.H. (b.1869, d.1944), conductor of the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, and of Lady Jessie Wood; 1865-1971, n.d. Some French and Russian. See also Add. 56464-56466. Presente..., 1865-1971 British Library
creatorOf Ralph Vaughan Williams: Correspondence, 1943-1944 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 1648. Vol. xxiii. Wells-Wood, unidentified correspondents and letters of congratulation on Cohen’s C.B.E. awarded in 1938.ff. 191. 300 x 235mm.includes:ff. 1-3. Harriet Cohen, CBE; pianist: Herbert George Wells, author: Postcards from Herbe..., 1938 British Library
creatorOf ‘Original letters’: Widor – Zucchelli, and anonymous (ff. 292); 1818-1912, 1938, n.d.includes:ff. 1-21, 28-29 Charles Marie Jean Albert Widor, organist, composer and conductor: Francesco Berger, pianist and composer; Secretary, Philharmonic Society..., 1818-1938 British Library
creatorOf FOULDS COLLECTION. Vol. XIV. Correspondence and papers of and relating to Foulds; 1905-1957. Partly typewritten. ff. 111. Contents: 1. ff. 1-95. Correspondence of and relating to Foulds, chiefly letters to him; 1905-1957. 2. ff. 96-111. Classified bi..., 1905-1957 British Library
referencedIn SUPPLEMENTARY WOOD PAPERS: minute-books of the Henry Wood Concert Society; 1945-1970. Chiefly typewritten. Supplementary to Add. 56419-56443. Presented by Lady Jessie Wood, Dec. 1970. Paper. Three volumes., 1945-1970 British Library
creatorOf Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883. [Album leaf in the hand of Sir Henry Joseph Wood], 1900 Feb. 19. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Wood, Henry Joseph, Sir, 1869-1944. [Album leaf] autograph manuscript, 1927 Oct. 28. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Correspondence files: concerts and general; 1949 (ff. 240).includes:ff. 1-2 Alan A. Dobson, poet: Alan J. Kirby, OBE; conductor; Secretary, Royal Philharmonic Society: Letter to Alan J. Kirby from Alan A. Dobson: 1949.f. 3 Ralph Vaughan Williams,..., 1949 British Library
creatorOf Vol. XI (ff. 160). 1934 -1951, n.d.includes:ff. 1-5, 21 Alec Plumpton, conductor and teacher: Letters, etc., to R. Quilter: 1934-1935: Signed. Partly printed.f. 8 W. Dunn Black, accompanist: Letter to R. Quilter,: 1934: Signed.ff. 9-11v Sir Ha..., 1934-1951 British Library
referencedIn Vol. VI (ff. 235). S-Z.includes:ff. 1-9 Charles Camille Saint Saëns, composer: Letters to P. Pitt: 1909-1913.: Fr.f. 11 Joseph Salmon: Letter to P. Pitt: 1927.: Fr.f. 12 M. Salmon ten Hang: Letter to P. Pitt: 1927.: Fr.ff. 15-35 G. Mario Samm... British Library
creatorOf Wood, Henry Joseph, Sir, 1869-1944. Autograph letter signed, dated : London, 15 May 1903, to Joseph Bennett, 1903 May 15. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf MS Mus. 933. O’Neill Papers. Vol. iv. Letters and other papers relating to the deaths of Norman O’Neill, Adine O’Neill and Frederick Delius; 1934, 1947. Letters arranged alphabetically, with unidentified correspondents at the end of each sequence...., 1934-1947 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 932. O’Neill Papers. Vol. iii. Letters from correspondents with surnames beginning N–Z, and from unidentified correspondents.ff. 144. 275 x 220mm.includes:ff. 2-5 Adine O'Neill, née Rückert; pianist: Guiomar Novaes, Brazilian pianist: Le... British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 1176. Eugene Goossens Collection. Vol. vi. Tinkler–Zeigler; 1931-1962.ff. 225. 295 x 210mm.includes:f. 1 Benjamin Godard, composer: Autograph signature: n.d.: Autogr.f. 3 Sir Aynsley Eugene Goossens, conductor and composer: Marianne Ma..., 1931-1962 British Library
referencedIn BOULT PAPERS: (SERIES II) Vol. xxix. Writings; 1909-1973, n.d.ff. 200. Overall size 331 x 211mm.1. ff. 1-3. Address to the International Music Association; 18 Oct. 1954.2. ff. 4-6. 50th anniversary tribute to the Leith Hill Festival; n.d.3. ff. 7-13...., 1909-1973 British Library
referencedIn Correspondence files: concerts and general; 1958-59 (ff. 256).includes:f. 1 Leslie Regan, Secretary, Royal Philharmonic Society: Frederick Woodhouse, singer: T. Frost, Education Officer, Borough of Barking: Letter to Leslie Regan from T. Frost rel...., 1958-1959 British Library
creatorOf RUTLAND BOUGHTON CORRESPONDENCE. Vol. III (ff. 139). Shaw-Y, including:-(a) Dame Ethel Smyth; 1921-1938. Ff. 15-15b printed, in part, on pp. 83-4. ff. 3-29b;-(b) Edith Helen, wife of Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry; [1923?..., 1921-1938 British Library
referencedIn Hartmann, Thomas de, 1885-1956. The Thomas de Hartmann papers, 1902-1982 (inclusive). Yale University, Music Library
referencedIn FACULTY of John William Charles Wand, Bishop of London, authorizing the burial of the ashes of Sir Henry Wood in the church of St Sepulchre, Holborn Viaduct, and the erection of a memorial window, etc.; 21 March 1946. English. Presented with Add. MSS... British Library
referencedIn Transcripts of broadcasts relating to Ralph Vaughan Williams., 1966-1995 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 939. O’Neill Papers. Vol. x. Adine O’Neill’s autograph album; 1891-1938. Includes musical quotations. All identifiable names are included in the index to this catalogue.ff. 63. 209 x 145mm. Black leather binding with stamped initials and two ..., 1891-1938 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 309. RENSBURG MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. iii. Autograph album of Miss Netta Rensburg, daughter of Henry Rensburg; 1843, 1872-1904. An album containing letters and signatures of musicians, often with musical excerpts.ff. i + 231. 266 x 210mm. Limp red ..., 1843-1904 British Library
referencedIn FOULDS COLLECTION. Vol. VI. 'Music-Pictures (Group 3)', for orchestra, op. 33; 1912. Full score. The movement titles are I, 'The Ancient of days' (after William Blake); II, 'Columbine' (after Brunet); III, 'Old Greek Legend' (after Martin); IV, 'The ..., 1912 British Library
creatorOf Vol. V (ff. 178). H-W.includes:ff. 1-3 Patrick Arthur Sheldon Hadley, composer: Letters to E. Chapman from Patrick Arthur Sheldon Hadley: 1935-1941.f. 4 Grace Barrons Richardson, organist: Patrick Arthur Sheldon Hadley, composer: Letter to Grace ... British Library
creatorOf Vol. IX (ff. 166). 1915 -1923.includes:ff. 1, 18, 57 Paul Rodocanachi, of Neuilly-sur-Seine: Letters to R. Quilter,: 1915-1916.f. 3 A[lbert?] Clinton Landsberg, poet: Letters to R. Quilter,: 1913-1924.ff. 5-9, 13, 26, 37 Alice Sophia Amelia Gr..., 1915-1923 British Library
creatorOf (ff. 253).1. ff. 1-14. Maxim Chapiro; 1927-1939, n.d. Mostly inscribed photographs and printed material. Includes letter written with Jane Chapiro.2. f. 15. Letter of Hermann Heiss; aft. 1945.3. ff. 16-229. Désirée McEwan; 1923-1964. Partly ..., 1923-1964 British Library
referencedIn Sir William Rothenstein correspondence and other papers, 1887-1957. Houghton Library.
creatorOf Sir Henry Joseph Wood, CH; conductor: Letter to participants in his jubilee concert from Sir Henry Joseph Wood: 1938: Reproduced from handwriting and signed.Paul Hindemith, composer: Letter to members of B.B.C. chorus and orchestra from Paul Hindemit... British Library
creatorOf EDMUND RUBBRA. Vol. i. Symphony no. 4, op. 53; 1942. Ink full score. Dedicated to Sir Henry Wood, with a later dedication 'To Maurice' dated 15 Sept. 1965 (f. 1). For a pencil full score see Add. 62596 and for sketches see Add. 62662. Published Alfre..., 1942 British Library
referencedIn Ussher, Bruno David. Bruno David Ussher collection of photographs, 1892-1957 (bulk 1922-1935). University of Southern California, USC Libraries
referencedIn Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873-1943. Typed letter signed : Dresden, to Ernest Newman, 1922 June 27. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, MAINLY ON MUSICAL MATTERS, consisting for the most part of letters addressed to Edward Speyer, amateur of music and art (d. 1934), arranged in alphabetical order of writers, with a few drafts or copies of Speyer's replies; 1876-193..., 1841-1930 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 1117. Miscellaneous Letters of Musicians; 19th-20th cent. Autograph unless stated otherwise.ff. 227. Overall size 295 x 240mm. British Library arrangement.A. Letters from the composer Federigo Fiorillo to the London music publishers Rober..., 1813-1957 British Library
creatorOf Wood, Henry J. (Sir) (Henry Joseph), 1869-1944. [Promenade Concerts (London) : programs and related material collected by the National Library of Australia]. Libraries Australia
referencedIn NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CXXV. George J. Elvey: 'Gavotte à la mode Ancienne', orchestrated by H. J. Wood; n.d. Full score. In the hand of H. J. Wood. Orchestral parts of this version published London: Novello, 1897. ff. 8. 350 x 270mm.Sir George Job ... British Library
referencedIn Bruno David Ussher collection of photographs, Bulk, 1922-1935, 1892-1957 USC Libraries Special Collections
referencedIn ‘Original letters’: Queen’s Hall – Riseley (ff. 250); 1820-1913, n.d.includes:ff. 1-7, 12 Robert Newman, manager of the New Queen's Hall Orchestra: Francesco Berger, pianist and composer; Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Letters to Francesco Berger..., 1820-1913 British Library
referencedIn ELGAR COLLECTION. Vol. LXVII. Miscellaneous works; 1899-[1904]. ff. i+53. Largest size 377 x 274mm. British Library binding. 1. ff. 1-19v. 'Fly, singing Bird' (words: C. A. Elgar), op. 26 no. 2; signed 'Alassio 16.12.03.' (f. 19v). Arrangement for SS..., 1899-1904 British Library
creatorOf ELISABETH LUTYENS CORRESPONDENCE: letters written to the composer Elisabeth Lutyens; 1922-1973. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent. The writers include Ernest Ansermet, Sir Adrian Boult, Edward J. Dent (partly to Edwin Evans), John Ireland (par..., 1922-1973 British Library
referencedIn Correspondence and other papers of Arthur Sullivan, W. S. (William Schwenck) Gilbert, and related persons, 1834-1979. Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University.
creatorOf LETTERS TO SIR HENRY WOOD; 1942. Six typewritten letters from W. W. Thompson and one from Dorothy Wood, listing the total paying audiences for the 1942 season of Promenade concerts. With a collection of thirty-nine printed programmes for Promenade an..., 1942 British Library
creatorOf Wood, Henry Joseph, Sir, 1869-1944. Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : London, 29 June 1914, and Chorley Wood, 20 March 1929, to [Charles Copeley] Harding, 1914 June 29. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Correspondence of members of the Farjeon family, other than Eleanor and Benjamin Leopold Farjeon, outside the family. Not all correspondents named below are indexedIncludes:Letters to Margaret Farjeon to, among others: Dion Boucicault, Albert Chevali..., 1868-1954 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 218. COLIN CAMPBELL COLLECTION. Vol. x. Papers; 1907-46. ff. 104. 325 x 200mm.1. ff. 1-55. ‘Princess Gioia’, ballet in one act; 1918. Synopsis, in autograph and printed versions (ff. 1-6); – typewritten script (ff. 7-49); – concert programme ..., 1907-1946 British Library
referencedIn Thomas de Hartmann Papers, 1902-1982 (inclusive) Irving S. Gilmore Music Library, Yale University
creatorOf BOULT PAPERS: (SERIES II) Vol. xix. General correspondence; undated.ff. 89. Overall size 296 x 216mm.1. ff. 1-54. Letters sorted by author’s surname (P – Z).2. ff. 55-57. Letters signed with initials and sorted by initial of the surname.3. ff. 58-68.... British Library
creatorOf Vol. VIII (ff. 167). 1899 -1914.includes:ff. 4-9, 166 Lieutenant-Colonel John Arnold Cuthbert Quilter, military Secretary to Gov.-General of Australia: Letters to his brother, Roger: 1900-1914.f. 10 Charlotte Amelia Bellot, teacher of R Quilter:..., 1899-1914 British Library
creatorOf CECIL GRAY PAPERS. Vol. XIII (ff. 142). M-Z, and unidentified writers. Including letters of Peter de Polnay, George Bernard Shaw, Jean Sibelius, Sacheverell Sitwell, Khaikosru Sorabji, Helen Waddell; 1915-1950, n.d. Partly typewritten. Partly French ..., 1915-1950 British Library
referencedIn ‘Original letters’: Salaman – Schulz-Curtius (ff. 266); 1819-1913, n.d.includes:f. 1 William Watts, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Charles Kensington Salaman, pianist, composer and conductor: Letter to William Watts from Charles Kensington Salama..., 1819-1913 British Library
referencedIn CURZON COLLECTION. Vol. CXV. Litolff Weber; 1933-1965. ff. 129. Various sizes. 1. ff. 1-5. Litolff; 1958. 2. ff. 6-22. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy; 1933-1955, n.d. Works include 'Variations sérieuses' (ff. 7-19v). 3. ff. 23v, 24. Medtner; 1942. 4. ff. 25-2..., 1933-1965 British Library
creatorOf A. Letters to the conductor and composer Leslie Heward (b.1897, d.1943) and his widow Leonore; 1935-47, n.d. Arranged alphabetically; the correspondents are listed in the index. Purchased at Sotheby’s, 1 Dec. 1995 (lot 182).ff. 1-74.Leslie Hays Hewar..., 1935-1947 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 1672. Vol. xlvii. Letters and contracts; 1910-1953, n.d.ff. 134. 450 x 290mm. 1. ff. 1-109. Letters to Bax from musicians and others.2. ff. 110-134. Contracts.includes:ff. 1-2. Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, alias 'Sheila McCarthy'; alias 'D..., 1910-1953 British Library
referencedIn ‘Original letters’: Tabb – Vert (ff. 269); 1821-1913, 1950-53, n.d.includes:f. 1 Richard Prestridge Valentine Tabb, cellist: William Hayman Cummings, Mus.D: Letter to William Hayman Cummings from Richard Prestridge Valentine Tabb: circa 1908.f. 2 ..., 1821-1953 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 86. ARTHUR HUTCHINGS COLLECTION. Vol. ii. Miscellaneous papers of Arthur Hutchings; 1938-89, n.d.ff. 197. Overall size 337 x 226mm.1. ff. 1-158. Correspondence; 1938-89, n.d. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.2. f. 159. John Bacchus Dy..., 1922-1989 British Library
creatorOf 1898-1908.ff. i + 270. 231 x 187mm.includes:f. 2 Stanley Lucas, Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Francesco Berger, pianist and composer; Secretary, Philharmonic Society: Letter to Stanley Lucas from Francesco Berger: 1898: Draft. f. 2 et seq Alfred G..., 1898-1908 British Library
creatorOf BOULT PAPERS. Vol. II (ff. 247). Yehudi Menuhin, Hubert Parry, Lord Reith, Jean Sibelius, Ethel Smyth, Charles Villiers Stanford, Donald Francis Tovey, Bruno Walter, William Walton, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Malcolm Williamson.includes:f. 1 Vally Las... British Library
referencedIn WOOD PAPERS. Vol. XXV, pt.3. Conductor's baton used by Sir Henry Wood at his last concert in Bedford, 26 July 1944. Wood, painted white, with cork handle. 610mm. long. Nineteenth century brown leather case, 695mm long, clasp renewed but thong missing..., 1944 British Library
creatorOf Harding, Charles Alvar, 1915-. Charles Alvar Harding collection, ca. 1850-ca. 1970. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf SOCIETY OF AUTHORS ARCHIVE. Vol. CCLXXVI (ff. 134). 1. ff. 1-27. Clarence Winchester; 1918-1919. 2. ff. 28-57. Fred G. Winter; 1912-1913. 3. ff. 58-86. Harold Wintle; 1915, n.d. 4. ff. 87-134v. Sir Henry Wood; 1921-1939.includes:ff. 1-27 Clarence A..., 1912-1939 British Library
creatorOf LETTERS TO EDWARD CLARK. Vol. II (ff. 193). L-W, including letters of:-(a) Arnold Schoenberg, mainly relating to arrangements for a performance of the 'Gurrelieder', 27 Jan. 1928; 1921-1933. Includes (f. 71) a postcard from Paris, saying that he had..., 1921-1933 British Library
creatorOf Wood, Henry Joseph, Sir, 1869-1944. Autograph postal card signed, dated : [London, 17 August 1925], to Cesar Saerchinger, 1925 Aug. 17. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn WOOD PAPERS. Vol. XXV, pt.1. (ff. 47). Forty-seven photographs; 1872-1949, n.d. Most of the photographs are of Wood, his relatives and associates, including a number of Russian musicians.Art. Photographs: Art. Portraits: Sir Henry Joseph Wood, CH; co..., 1872-1949 British Library
creatorOf Wood, Henry Joseph, Sir, 1869-1944. Printed program of the Clifton Chamber Concerts, second season, fourth concertsigned, dated : Clifton, 17 March 1904, 1904 Mar. 17. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Ralph Vaughan Williams: Correspondence, 1938 British Library
creatorOf Ralph Vaughan Williams: Correspondence, 1926-1930 British Library
referencedIn WOOD PAPERS. Vol. II (ff. 208). Correspondence, etc; 1904-1967, n.d. Contents: 1. ff. 1-10. Joseph Holbrooke; 1904-1944, n.d. 2. ff. 11-78. Thomas, 1st Baron Horder; 1939-1955. 3. ff. 79-88. Frank Howes; 1944-1952. 4. ff. 89-104. John Ireland; 1931-1..., 1904-1967 British Library
referencedIn WOOD PAPERS. Vol. XXIV (ff. 128). Reminiscences, articles, etc., chiefly concerning Wood; 1904-1964, n.d. Included is a family tree (ff. 117-118).includes:ff. 117-118 Genealogies: Sir Henry Joseph Wood, CH; conductor: Family tree of Sir Henry Josep..., 1904-1964 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 308. RENSBURG MANUSCRIPTS. Vol. ii. Programmes of concerts; 1888-1927.ff. 110. 223 x 175mm. Limp green morocco binding.includes:f. 1v Pablo de Sarasate, violinist: Janet F. Russell, musician: Samuel Speelman, viola player: Benno Schoenberge..., 1888-1927 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 200. ALICK MACLEAN COLLECTION. Vol. xxxiii. Correspondence; 1909-19.ff. 172.includes:ff. 1-2, 7-8 August Johannes Jaeger, editor and writer on music: Letters and postcards to Alick Maclean: 1908-9: Autogr.f. 3 Thomas R. Busby, managing di..., 1909-1919 British Library
referencedIn EDWARDS PAPERS. Vol. V. Miscellaneous letters, chiefly from musicians; 1876-1909. A few letters, etc., not addressed to F. G. Edwards, include one from Edward Lear, 1881 (f. 315), and two from John Liptrott Hatton to Mrs Ann Shepherd Bartholomew, 187..., 1835-1909 British Library
referencedIn Mitchell, Edward S. Autograph letter signed, dated : [London], 4 July 1914, to Mr. [Charles Copeley] Harding, 1914 July 4. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: chorus 'Gioie e serto dona al merto', from the opera 'Lotario', arranged for chorus and orchestra by Sir Henry Wood as 'Crown Him Ruler' (English words, Douglas Irvine); n.d. Full score. In the hand of Constant Lambert, with W... British Library
referencedIn BOULT PAPERS: (SERIES II) Vol. xxxv. Obituaries and tributes for names K – W.ff. 194. Overall size 352 x 236mm.includes:f. 1 Alan J. Kirby, OBE; conductor; Secretary, Royal Philharmonic Society: Obituary for 'The Musical Times' by Sir A. C. Boult f... British Library
referencedIn WOOD PAPERS. Vol. XXV, pt.2. Conductor's baton presented to Henry Wood by Queen Victoria at Windsor Castle, after a concert of selections from Parsifal; 1898. Beech. 575mm long. Decorated with copper-gilt band bearing the initials 'V R I' in blue ena..., 1898 British Library
creatorOf MS Mus. 1642. Vol. xvii. Williams-Zweig and concert programmes. Also included in this volume are reminiscences of Arnold Bax in Ireland by Tilly Fleischmann.ff. 204. 340 x 205mmincludes:f. 1. Harriet Cohen, CBE; pianist: Evelyn Williams, Clerk to t... British Library
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associatedWith Alexander, Maurice. person
associatedWith Bartók, Béla, 1881-1945. person
associatedWith Bennett, Joseph, 1831-1911, person
associatedWith Harding, Charles Alvar, 1915- person
associatedWith Harding, Charles Copeley, b. 1873, person
associatedWith Hartmann, Thomas de, 1885-1956. person
associatedWith Hunt, Hubert. person
associatedWith Ibert, Jacques, 1890-1962. person
associatedWith Lewis, Percy. person
associatedWith Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library) corporateBody
associatedWith Mitchell, Edward S. person
associatedWith Parsons, Herbert. person
associatedWith Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873-1943. person
correspondedWith Rothenstein, William, Sir, 1872-1945 person
associatedWith Saerchinger, César, 1889-1971, person
associatedWith Schumann, Robert, 1810-1856. person
associatedWith Ussher, Bruno David. person
associatedWith Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883. person
associatedWith Wood, Olga. person
associatedWith Zech, Mrs. person
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Death 1944-08-19

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