Miklos Rozsa Papers 1918-1996


Miklos Rozsa Papers 1918-1996

Correspondence (ca. 1939-1995); compositions by Rózsa and others; fan mail (1940-1995); film music; memorabilia includes awards, financial and legal documents, personal documents, personal items, and photographs; printed materials include articles and clippings, concert programs, press notices, and publicity; writings by Rózsa and others. Correspondents include Maurice Abravanel, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Joseph Achron, Adolph Weinmuller, András Adorján, Victor Aitay, William Alwyn, Daniele Amfitheatrof, George Antheil, Associated Music Publishers, Frederic Balazs, Erno Balogh, Edward B. Benjamin, Theodor Berger, Lajos Berkovits, Elmer Bernstein, Leonard Bernstein, Walther Bernt, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boyd Neel Orchestra, Breitkopf & Härtel, The British Broadcasting Corp., Samuel Bronston, Broude Brothers, H. Arthur Brown, Capitol Records Inc., Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Chappell & Company, Ltd., Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Charles-David Colon, Columbia Records, Manuel Compinsky, Aaron Copland, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Leo Damiani, Jeffrey Dane, Decca Records Inc., Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Marchesa Madeda Mina DiSospiro, Jeno Donath, Ernst & Kurt Eulenburg, Edith Farnadi, Sidney Fischgrund, John Fitzpatrick, Frankisches Landesorcheste, Jack Gallagher, Leo Genn, Glendale Symphony Orchestra Association, Hermann Grabner, Johnny Green, Bernard Herrmann, Hessischer Rundfunk, Hollywood Bowl, John Houseman, J. Paul Getty Museum, Marvel Jensen, Dennis G. Karzag, Alexander Korda, Zoltan Korda, Fritz Lang, Leeds Music Corp., Margit Mantica, Mayo Clinic, Mehli Mehta, Zubin Mehta, Yehudi Menuhin, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Midland Bank Ltd., Musicians Union Local 47, National Association for American Composers and Conductors, National Symphony, Eugene Ormandy, Christopher Palmer, Eric Parkin, Leonard Pennario, the Performing Right Society, Ltd., the Philadelphia Orchestra Association, Philharmonia Orchestra of London, Philarmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles, André Previn, Radio Corporation of America, Günter Raphael, Robbins Music Corporation, Imre Rózsa, Juliet Rózsa, Nicholas Rózsa, Margaret Rózsa, Screen Composers Association, Albert Sendrey, Max Steiner, Irving Stone, Syracuse University, Erzsébet Tusa, the University of Southern California, Peter Ustinov, Vanguard Films, Inc., Robert Vansittart, Vox Productions, Franz Waxman, John Waxman, William Morris Agency, Eugene Zador, Sam Zimbalist, and Pinchas Zukerman.

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Composed 1939.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Csardas rhapsody / by Eugene Zador. [1939?] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 57344995 Zádor was born on Nov. 5, 1894 in Bátaszék, Hungary; studied under Richard Heuberger at the Vienna Conservatory (1911) and under Max Reger in Leipzig (1912-14); attended lectures given by Hermann Abert (1913-14) and Arnold Schering (1919-20) at the Univ. of Halle, and studied with Fritz Volbach at Mün...

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British Broadcasting Company

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