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Hugo Weisgall Papers, 1922-1997

Author: Hugo WeisgallDominick ArgentoHarold BlumenfeldHenry CowellSidney Robertson CowellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The Hugo Weisgall Papers document his professional life from his student days at the Curtis Institute in the 1930s to 1997.
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Genre/Form: Scores
Librettos
Lecture notes
Clippings
Programs
Performing arts posters
Named Person: Hugo Weisgall; Hugo Weisgall
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hugo Weisgall; Dominick Argento; Harold Blumenfeld; Henry Cowell; Sidney Robertson Cowell; Gershon Ephros; Richard Franko Goldman; Hank Kaufman; Charles Kondek; Leo Kraft; Samuel Lipman; Joseph Machlis; John Olon; Hilda Pinson; George Rochberg; Randolph S Rothschild; Bruce Saylor; Raymond P Scheindlin; Karl Shapiro; Bright Sheng; Shirley Verrett; Abba Yosef Weisgal; Meyer Wolfe Weisgal; Yehudi Wyner; American Composers Alliance.; Chizuk Amuno Congregation (Baltimore, Md.); Hawaii Opera Theatre.; Hilltop Opera.; International Society for Contemporary Music.; Jewish Theological Seminary of America.; Lincoln Center Institute.; Lyric Opera Center for American Artists.; National Endowment for the Arts. Opera-Musical Theatre Program.; WNDT (Television station : Newark, N.J.)
OCLC Number: 122531312
Language Note: Family letters in the correspondence series are mostly in German or Hungarian.
Description: 13.75 linear ft. (36 boxes).

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The Hugo Weisgall Papers document his professional life from his student days at the Curtis Institute in the 1930s to 1997.

It contains scores, libretti, correspondence, subject files, biographical material, writings, financial records, concert posters and photographs. Though devoted almost exclusively to Weisgall's professional activities, a self-contained group of personal letters between family members is located within the collection's correspondence series and individual personal letters occasionally appear in the chronological correspondence and subject files. Nearly half of the collection consists of scores and libretti. Correspondence and subject files, in roughly equal amounts, comprise the bulk of the remainder.

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