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Papers, 1938-1965.

Author: Miklós Rózsa
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence (1939-1965); manuscript scores; printed materials include scores, articles, programs, and clippings; photographs; and financial and business records.
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Genre/Form: Articles
Bank statements
Clippings
Contracts
Correspondence
Musical scores
Photographs
Programs
Sheet music
Archives
Scores
Named Person: Frederic Balazs; Ernő Balogh; Edward B Benjamin; Theodor Berger; Lajors Berkovits; Leonard Bernstein; Walther Bernt; H Arthur Brown; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco; Jeno Donath; Sidney Fischgrund; Muriel Bultman Francis; Leo Genn; Hermann Grabner; Johnny Green; Rundfunk Hessischer; Dennis G Karzag; Leonard Pennario; Günter Raphael; Imre Rozsa; Miklós Rózsa; Andrew Schulhof; Peter Ustinov; Robert Gilbert Vansittart Vansittart, Baron; Harry Robert Wilson; Eugene Zádor
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Miklós Rózsa
OCLC Number: 122452579
Description: 14.0 linear ft.

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Correspondence (1939-1965); manuscript scores; printed materials include scores, articles, programs, and clippings; photographs; and financial and business records.

Correspondents include All Nations Exchange, Associated Music Publishers, Frederic Balazs, Erno Balogh, Edward B. Benjamin, Theodor Berger, Lajors Berkovits, Leonard Bernstein, Walther Bernt, Breitkopf & Hartel, The British Broadcasting Corp., H. Arthur Brown, Broude Brothers, Chappell & Company, Ltd., Columbia Records, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Decca Records Inc., Jeno Donath, Ernst & Kurt Eulenburg, John Feher & Co., Sidney Fischgrund, Muriel Francis, Frankisches Landesorcheste, Leo Genn, Hermann Grabner, Johnny Green, Rundfunk Hessischer, Hollywood Bowl, Dennis G. Karzag, Leeds Music Corp., Margit Mantica, Mayo Clinic, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Midland Bank Ltd., Music Library Recordings, National Association for American Composers and Conductors, Giovanni Pedevilla, Leonard Pennario, the Performing Right Society, Ltd., the Philadelphia Orchestra Association, Philarmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles, Radio Corporation of America, Gunter Raphael, Robbins Music Corporation, Imre Rozsa, Andrew Schulhof, Schweizerische Rundspruchgessellshaft, Screen Composers Association, Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, Peter Ustinov, Vanguard Films, Inc., Robert Vansittart, Vox Productions, Westminster Record Company, William Morris Agency, Harry R. Wilson, and Eugene Zador.

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