Victoria Glaser collection, 1977-1987.

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Glaser, Victoria. Victoria Glaser collection, 1977-1987.

Victoria Glaser collection, 1977-1987.

Includes brochures, correspondence, committee records, concert programs, flyers, lesson plans, manuscript vocal and instrumental works (composed, arranged, or collected by Glaser), newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs, and sketches relating to Glaser's activities as a composer and author, her employment at the Longy School of Music, the Music School at Rivers, the New England Conseervatory of Music, and her involvement in the Unitarian Universalist Church.

2.4 linear ft.

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Longy School of Music

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New England Conservatory of Music

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Rivers School. Conservatory

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Glaser, Victoria

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Victoria Glaser (1918-2008) was born to Otto Charles and Dorothy Merryless Glaser on September 11th in Amherst, MA. She received instruction in counterpoint from Dorothy Fay Little and harmony with Stephen Tuttle before attending college. Glaser attended Radcliffe College in Cambridge, MA and earned her B.A. and M.A. She studied theory with Walter Piston, Tillman Merritt, and Nadia Boulanger; flute with Georges Laurent; piano with Frederick Tillotson. Glaser was an early pioneer in the developme...