Conductors Guild Records 1975-1997

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Conductors Guild Records 1975-1997

The Conductors Guild records document the history and activities of the Guild, a non-profit organization that advocates for the conducting profession. The collection contains board and member correspondence, financial and membership records, publication history, and information about the Guild's annual conferences and workshops.

18.4 linear feet (44 boxes)

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American Symphony Orchestra League

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Conductors' Guild

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Rudolf, Max, 1902-1995

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Max Rudolf (b. June 15, 1902, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; d. Feb. 28, 1995, Philadelphia, Penn.) was a German-born American conductor and music educator. He is best known for his work with the Metropolitan Opera, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and the Curtis Institute of Music. From the description of Max Rudolf papers, 1922-1993 (bulk 1945-1992). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 746316406 Biographical Note Max Rudolf (...

Conductors' Guild (American Symphony Orchestra League)

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The Conductors Guild serves as an advocate for the conducting profession. Its membership of close to 2,000 represents conductors on a global scale. The Guild is concerned with the art and the craft of conducting, with practical problems encountered within the profession, with repertoire, and with the multiple roles that Music Directors must fulfill in orchestras, choruses, opera and ballet companies, wind ensembles, bands, musical theater, and other instrumental and voca...

National Endowment for the Arts.

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Schuller, Gùˆnther

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The son of German immigrants, Gunther Schuller was born in New York on November 22, 1925. His professional music career began as a horn player, performing with the American Ballet Theater, as principal horn in the Cincinnati Symphony (1943-1945) and with the Metropolitan Opera from 1945-1959. Schuller's jazz career also began as a French horn player on Miles Davis's Birth of the Cool recording (1949-1950). As an educator, Schuller first taught at the Manhattan School of Music from 1950-1953. Fro...

Albrecht, Theodore

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Bloch, Henry

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Fennell, Frederick

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