John G. Hinderer papers, 1908-1962.


John G. Hinderer papers, 1908-1962.

Correspondence (1908-1962), scrapbooks, musical manuscripts and scores, photographs, volumes, music textbooks and questionnaires (1913-1947), newspaper clippings (1926-1959), and printed material relating to John George Hinderer, a musician, teacher, and writer who lived in St. Paul and Minneapolis (Minn.). Hinderer was born in 1885 in St. Paul and studied with Tobias Matthay in London (1913-1914), Rudolph Breithaupt in Berlin (1914), and with Arthur Friedheim, Moriz Rosenthal, and Leopold Godowsky in the United States. He served as Godowsky's secretary (1920-1938) during the summer months and on Godowsky's tours. Hinderer also operated the Hinderer Music Studios in St. Paul and Minneapolis. In 1926 he founded the American Guild of Music Teachers.

8.5 cu. ft. (8 boxes).


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