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Paul Affelder papers, 1930-1975.

Auteur: Paul B AffelderAdrian BoultEmmerich KálmánBernhard PaumgartnerArturo ToscaniniAlle auteurs
Editie/Formaat:   Archiefmateriaal : Engels
Database:WorldCat
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The Paul Affelder papers consist primarily of press releases, programs and other promotional materials relating to individual musical artists, organizations, or venues. Much of this material probably was sent to Affelder in his role as the director of Program Note Service, and dates from 1964-1975. The collection also includes drafts of Affelder's writings, including reviews and other pieces that appeared in Musical  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Clippings
Correspondence
Manuscripts
Photographs
Postcards
Press releases
Programs
Scrapbooks
Scores
Genoemd persoon: Paul B Affelder; Emmerich Kálmán; Adrian Boult; Arturo Toscanini; Felix Weingartner
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Archiefmateriaal, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Paul B Affelder; Adrian Boult; Emmerich Kálmán; Bernhard Paumgartner; Arturo Toscanini; Bruno Walter; Felix Weingartner; Federal Music Project (U.S.); Music Program (U.S.); Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg.; Program Note Service.
OCLC-nummer: 85211727
Beschrijving: Arranged in series: I. Personal papers, 1930-1975; II. Subject files, 1937-1975; III. Writings, 1941-1966; IV. Marinka orchestrations, circa 1945.
Andere titels: Brooklyn eagle (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
National observer (Silver Spring, Md.)

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The Paul Affelder papers consist primarily of press releases, programs and other promotional materials relating to individual musical artists, organizations, or venues. Much of this material probably was sent to Affelder in his role as the director of Program Note Service, and dates from 1964-1975. The collection also includes drafts of Affelder's writings, including reviews and other pieces that appeared in Musical America, the Brooklyn Eagle, and The National Observer. A small amount of personal papers cover Affelder's student years and his early work as a conductor. His 1935 summer spent studying conducting at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria is especially well documented through a set of letters home to his family and a scrapbook containing postcards, commercial photographs, and snapshots, which show some of the notable musicians he encountered during his stay, including Adrian Boult, Arturo Toscanini, and Felix Weingartner. Also well represented, by clippings and programs, is the period (1939-1942) in which Affelder served as the conductor of a WPA orchestra in Richmond, Virginia. The collection also includes an incomplete set of orchestral parts for the Emmerich Kálmán-George Marion, Jr. operetta, Marinka, which was staged in New York in 1945.

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