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Hall Clovis papers, ca. 1900-1970.

Author: Hall ClovisEleanor SteeleMario Castelnuovo-TedescoDarius MilhaudKatherine Ruth HeymanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Singer Hall Clovis (b. 1900) studied with Anna Eugenie Schoen-Rene and began his career in Omaha singing operettas. He later moved to New York where he sang the lead in the premier of Ernest Trow Carter's Blonde Donna. He recorded for Gennett records with the vocal quartet the Four Bachelors and performed widely as the vocal duo Clovis-Steele with his wife soprano Eleanor Steele, concertizing throughout the 1930s.
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Genre/Form: Sound recordings
Photographs
Home movies
Named Person: Anna Eugénie Schoen-René; Anna Eugénie Schoen-René
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Hall Clovis; Eleanor Steele; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco; Darius Milhaud; Katherine Ruth Heyman; Jenő Takács; H T Burleigh; Ernest Carter; Samuel Richards Gaines; Fannie Charles Dillon; Four Bachelors (Musical Group)
OCLC Number: 62466296
Description: 5.5 linear ft. (8 boxes) 8 disc recordings 13 film reels ; 16 mm. Accession PA2008-002 .5 linear ft. (1 box)
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Singer Hall Clovis (b. 1900) studied with Anna Eugenie Schoen-Rene and began his career in Omaha singing operettas. He later moved to New York where he sang the lead in the premier of Ernest Trow Carter's Blonde Donna. He recorded for Gennett records with the vocal quartet the Four Bachelors and performed widely as the vocal duo Clovis-Steele with his wife soprano Eleanor Steele, concertizing throughout the 1930s.

Clovis-Steele commissioned and sang pieces by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Darius Milhaud, H.T. Burleigh, Samuel Richards Gaines, Jeno Takacs, Fannie Charles Dillon and Katherine Ruth Heyman. Clovis and Steele moved to Santa Barbara and were later divorced. Clovis lived in Santa Barbara until his death with Charles Lee in the Summerland home of Leopold Stokowski. The collection includes manuscripts of works written for Clovis-Steele, copies of recordings, programs, clippings and photos and color films of their travels in Europe in the 1930s.

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