David Randolph papers 1943-2010

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David Randolph papers 1943-2010

Conductor, radio host, and music educator David Randolph (1914-2010) was an active member of the New York classical music community. He served as musical director of the Randolph Singers, the Masterwork Chorus, and The St. Cecilia Chorus and was a longtime WNYC radio host of "Music for the Connoisseur," later called "The David Randolph Concerts." The collection contains letters, diaries, writings, concert programs, photographs, and annotated scores, documenting Randolph's career.

13.35 linear feet; 42 boxes, 1 other item

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