Alexei Haieff papers circa 1900-1985


Alexei Haieff papers circa 1900-1985

This collection contains the papers and scores of Alexei Haieff (1914-1994), Russian-American composer.


SNAC Resource ID: 6316511

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Messiaen, Olivier (person)

First performed Dec. 2, 1949 by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein, conducting; the solo part played by Yvonne Loriod. From the description of Turangalîla-symphonie / Olivier Messiaen. [1946-1948] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 271073216 French composer. From the description of Autograph manuscript signed, dated : Paris, 26 June 1943, 1943 June 26. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270582366 From the description of Autograph manuscript signed...

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Schuman, William (person)

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Composer. From the description of Papers, 1982-1989. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 21072004 Orlando Cole, American, cellist of the Curtis String Quartet, and educator (cello faculty, The Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia, Pa.), was a classmate of Menotti's and Barber's at the Curtis Institute. From the description of [Letter, 1936, summer, St. Wolfgang, Austria, to] Landy [Orlando Cole, Rockport, Me.] / Gian-Carlo ; Sam [Samuel Barb...

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Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990 (person)

Aaron Copland (1900-1990) was an American composer. During the years 1964 and 1965 Copland wrote, conducted, narrated, and hosted a series of twelve television programs entitled Music in the 20s = Music in the Twenties. The transcripts described in this collection were transcribed from filmed interviews recorded live at the WGBH studios in Boston, Mass. between 1964 Nov. 11 and 1965 Jan. 26. These unedited, preliminary tape recordings later formed the basis of the series...

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Haieff, Alexei, 1914-1994 (person)

Composed 1949-50. First performance of revised version Boston, 31 October 1952, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch conductor, Leo Smit soloist. Dedicated to Janice Newman for Leo Smit. Received the New York Music Critics Award for 1952.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Concerto for piano and orchestra / Alexei Haieff. [19--] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 52137728 Alexei Haieff was born in Blagoveshchensk, Siberia, ...

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Founded 1881. From the description of Boston Symphony Orchestra collection, 1769-1965. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971133 The orchestra was founded in 1881 by Henry Lee Higginson. From the description of Programs 1934-1955 (bulk 1934-1941). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 53893223 Born on January 10, 1910 in Lyon, the French conductor and composer, Jean Martinon entered the Lyon and Paris conservatoires to study the violin. At ...

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