Erich Itor Kahn papers 1895-2000


Erich Itor Kahn papers 1895-2000

This bulk of the collection consist of manuscript copies, printed scores, parts, writings and correspondence belonging to the composer Erich Itor Kahn and his late wife Frida Kahn, who was a music teacher and a translator. Erich Itor Kahn was known for his use of difficult techniques of counterpoint and harmony

40 linear feet; 80 boxes


SNAC Resource ID: 6316519

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