Music scores and papers, 1938-2006.


Music scores and papers, 1938-2006.

The Herman Berlinski Music Collection is comprised of the published and unpublished music scores of composer/organist Herman Berlinski (1910-2001), 1938-2001. In addition, there are Berlinski's published articles on Jewish music, 1976-1983; some unpublished writings, n.d.; correspondence, 1963-2006; four photographs, ca. 1993-1998; a typescript of "Auto-Biographical Sketches" about his youth in Leipzig ([112 p.]), ca. 1991; and an in-depth interview with fellow German-Jewish e ́migré Professor Joseph Maier, 1991.

108 items (6 linear ft.)





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