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The Gounod Society Papers, 1887-1919 (inclusive).

Author: Gounod Society (New Haven, Conn.)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection documents the activities of the Gounod Society of New Haven from its inception in 1887 to its dissolution in 1903. Founded as a small choral society dedicated to singing glees and part-songs, the Society grew to include more than 300 singers and regularly performed large choral works with the New Haven Symphony. The founding of the New Haven Oratorio Society in 1903 effectively ended the rehearsals  Read more...
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Named Person: Emilio Agramonte; Harry Benjamin Jepson; Henry Edward Krehbiel; Horatio W Parker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gounod Society (New Haven, Conn.)
OCLC Number: 702121449
Notes: The papers of the New Haven Oratorio Society, the group which effectively replaced the Gounod Society in 1903, can be found in the Music Library as MSS 5.
Description: .5 linear ft. (1 box)
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This collection documents the activities of the Gounod Society of New Haven from its inception in 1887 to its dissolution in 1903. Founded as a small choral society dedicated to singing glees and part-songs, the Society grew to include more than 300 singers and regularly performed large choral works with the New Haven Symphony. The founding of the New Haven Oratorio Society in 1903 effectively ended the rehearsals and performances of the Gounod Society.

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