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Papers of Paul Bekker, 1906-1931.

Author: Paul Bekker
Edition/Format:   Archival material : German
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The collection primarily consists of correspondence (letters, postcards and telegrams) to and from Bekker relating to music in Germany. Correspondents include Eugen d'Albert, Waldemar von Baussnern, Ernst Berg, Leo Blech, Walter Braunfels, Marie von Bülow, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Jean Chantavoine, André Cœuroy, Frederick Delius, Edward Joseph Dent, Paul Dermée, Alfred Einstein, Siegfried Fall, Carl Flesch,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Paul Bekker; Paul Bekker; Marie von Bülow; Jean Chantavoine; Alfred Einstein; Oskar Fried; Otto Klemperer; Julius Korngold; Ernst Krenek; Henri Lichtenberger; Alma Mahler; Jean Louis Nicodé; Hans Erich Pfitzner; Otto Taubmann; Felix Weingartner
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Bekker
OCLC Number: 316773828
Language Note: The materials are predominately in German with a few items in French and English.
Notes: Bekker's original manuscript for "The story of the orchestra" was also included as part of the gift and is shelved separately under ML95.B4184. In addition, Bekker's correspondence to Franz Schreker is shelved with other Schreker materials under ML95.S377.
Description: 257 items (1 box)
Other Titles: Paul Bekker papers

Abstract:

The collection primarily consists of correspondence (letters, postcards and telegrams) to and from Bekker relating to music in Germany. Correspondents include Eugen d'Albert, Waldemar von Baussnern, Ernst Berg, Leo Blech, Walter Braunfels, Marie von Bülow, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Jean Chantavoine, André Cœuroy, Frederick Delius, Edward Joseph Dent, Paul Dermée, Alfred Einstein, Siegfried Fall, Carl Flesch, Oskar Fried, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Alois Hába, Carl Hagemann, Siegmund von Hausegger, Hugo Herrmann, Paul Hindemith, Joseph Holbrooke, Franz Hörth, James Hazen Hyde, Leopold Jessner, Hermann Kesser, Leo Kestenberg, Otto Klemperer, Paul von Klenau, Julius Korngold, Ernst Krenek, Henre Lichtenberger, Jörg Mager, Alma Mahler, Ludwig Meidner, Darius Milhaud, Moritz Moszkowski, Jean Louis Nicodé, Walter Niemann, Siegfried Ochs, Hans Pfitzner, Francis Poulenc, Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek, Hugo Riemann, Moriz Rosenthal, Ludwig Rottenberg, Ludwig Philipp Scharwenka, Hermann Scherchen, Max von Schillings, Gerhard Schjelderup, Artur Schnabel, Albert Schweitzer, Bernhard Sekles, Otto Taubmann, Hermann Waltershausen, Karl Weigl, Felix Weingartner, Adolf Weissmann, Egon Wellesz, and Alexander Zemlinsky. The material also includes a few clippings and a program.

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