Hans Rosbaud Papers 1899-1973


Hans Rosbaud Papers 1899-1973

Correspondence, documents, programs, scores, clippings, recordings, photographs, and other papers; correspondents include Yehudi Menuhin, Darius Milhaud, Gertrud Schoenberg, Igor Stravinski and his brother, Dr. Paul Rosbaud.

31 containers.; 39 linear feet of shelf space.; 14,000 items.



SNAC Resource ID: 6379457

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Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-1999

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An American violinist, Yehudi Menuhin was engaged in 1947 by Two Continent Pictures to appear and play in a projected moving picture named Delirium and an associated short movie; and later for a series of short films. He suggested changes in the script and performed the Mendelssohn Concerto for Delirium, but the picture apparently was not completed, nor were the short films although 22 reels were recorded and photographed. From the description of Letters and other papers relating to ...

Moldenhauer, Hans, 1906-1987

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Hans Moldenhauer was born in Mainz, Germany, on December 13, 1906 and died in November 1987 in Spokane, Washington. He completed five years of study of music under Hans Rosbaud at the Mainz Municipal College of Music. In 1918 he immigrated to the United States, where he settled in Spokane, Washington. After serving in the United States Army he returned to Spokane and was Whitworth College’s first student under the G. I. Bill and earned a bachelor’s degree in music in 194...

Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971

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Russian born composer and conductor. From the description of Audio materials [sound recording]. 1931-1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 40723194 Igor Stravinsky was a Russian composer. From the description of Sketchbook, [1917?]. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122465769 Stravinsky's opera The Rake's Progress, set to the libretto by W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman, was inspired by William Hogarth's series of paintings. Stravinsky had wan...

Milhaud, Darius, 1892-1974

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Milhaud was born in Aix-en-Provence on September 4, 1892. As a child he improvised melodies at the piano and soon took up the violin. He entered the Paris Conservatoire in 1909, studying the violin with Berthelier, ensemble with Lefèvre, harmony with Leroux, counterpoint with André Gédalge, composition and fugue with Charles-Marie Widor, and conducting with Vincent d'Indy. He received first "accessit" in violin and counterpoint, and second in fugue, winning the Prix Lepaulle for composition. Mil...

Schoenberg, Gertrud Kolisch

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Rosbaud, Hans

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Hans Rosbaud

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Hans Rosbaud, internationally acclaimed conductor, was born in Graz, Austria on July 22, 1895. A superb musician and possessor of an unimpeachable personal integrity, Rosbaud managed to survive the Nazi era and World War II to emerge as one of the most respected musicians of the post-war international music scene. Rosbaud's earliest musical training was with his mother, herself an accomplished pianist. After completion of his academic education, which emphasized the study of classic...

Rosbaud, Paul, -1963

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