Ernest Bloch Collection 1888-1981 (bulk 1912-1959)

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Ernest Bloch Collection, 1888-1981, (bulk 1912-1959)

Ernest Bloch Collection 1888-1981 (bulk 1912-1959)

Ernest Bloch was a Swiss-born composer, violinist, conductor and photographer. The collection, which documents his life and work, includes manuscripts (music and lecture material), correspondence, business and financial papers, photographs, programs, promotional material, clippings, writings about Ernest Bloch, personal papers, and printed matter.

around 9,840 items; 64 boxes; 30 linear feet

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